Junk and bulky items are only collected during the months of April and October of each year. There are no collection districts designated for this service and it is not necessary to call for this service.
Once a month, Springfield residents may dispose of one bulky waste item, one junk item or one bag of junk at the Public Works Department facility. You must register inside the office before you are allowed to dispose of your item.
You may also take your waste to the Robertson County Solid Waste & Recycling. The landfill and recycling centers are operated by the county, not the city. The Robertson County Solid Waste & Recycling Center may be contacted by calling 615-384-0683.
Anyone placing junk at the curbside other than during the months of April and October may be subject to a possible fine and subject to a summons to court.
Junk and Bulky Waste Collection Policies
Junk and appliances must be in separate piles to be collected.
Loose or small items must be bagged in order for the boom claw to pick up.
Grass & hedge clippings, leaves, small twigs & yard waste must be bagged in order for the crew to pick up.
Only three bulky items will be collected per load.
Waste items must be placed at the edge of your property. Do not block traffic, sidewalks, drainage ditches or inlets. Items are not be placed on vacant lots or at vacant properties.
Waste must not be at the edge of your property for a period in excess of 21 days. You could face a fine and possible court summons.
Collection is limited to waste generated by the occupant of the residence.