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The Interlocal Solid Waste Authority was established in 1991 after the Solid Waste Authority Act of 1991 and is comprised of Franklin, Bedford, Lincoln and Moore Counties and the City of Tullahoma as members, as well as cities within these counties who have adopted resolutions to participate in the transportation and disposal of solid waste and in its education program.
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ISWA Board of Directors Meeting and Work Session Dates 2022

Interlocal Solid Waste Authority
Board of Directors & Work Session Meeting Dates
2022 Schedule
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Residents in those areas served by the Interlocal Solid Waste Authority (“ISWA”), and all County Commissions, Town or City Councils, Mayors, City Administrators, City Managers in those areas located in or served by the ISWA, and to all other persons who may be interested, that the following dates being the second Wednesday of each month have been set for the open, public Regular Meetings of the ISWA Board of Directors in 2022:

January 12, 2022
February 09, 2022
March 09, 2022 3rd Wednesday this year only
April 13, 2022
May 18, 2022 3rd Wednesday this year only
June 08, 2022
July 13, 2022
August 10, 2022
September 14, 2022
October 12, 2022
November 09, 2022
December 14, 2022

The ISWA Board of Directors Regular Meetings will start at 6:00 p.m. (Central) and such meeting Agenda generally includes the Call to Order, Approval of Minutes, Treasurer’s Report, Monthly Report Finance Director, Regional Planning Board, Monthly Report Administrator, Tonnage Report, Transfer Stations Update, Other/New Business.
Notice also is hereby given that, prior to the ISWA’s Regular Meetings, the ISWA Board of Directors will conduct at 5:00 p.m. (Central) at the same location a Work Session to review upcoming ISWA Board meeting agendas and receive information. There will be considered at such meetings/work sessions all matters which may properly be considered at the regular meetings/work sessions of the ISWA Board.

The ISWA Board invites the public to attend the scheduled meetings/work sessions, both of which are to be held in person at the Fayetteville Municipal Auditorium 110 Elk Ave. South Fayetteville, TN.

NOTICE IS GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of the Tennessee Open Meetings Act (Sunshine Law) found in T.C.A. §8-44-101, et seq.

Title VI- It is the policy of the Interlocal Solid Waste Authority to ensure compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. No person shall be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal or state financial assistance on the grounds of race, color, sex, age, disability or national origin. (42 U.S.C. 2000d) For further information, contact Carol Fulmer, Title VI Coordinator at 931-703-2435.

Making Compost

Many organic materials including leaves, grass straw and non-woody plant trimmings can be composted. And kitchen wastes, such as vegetable scraps, coffee grounds and eggshells can be turned into a nutrient rich soil known as compost.

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Reducing Waste Can Help Your Lawn

Grass clippings and fallen leaves can create extra work for homeowners. They also add to the amount of waste going to the landfill

However there is no need for you to go to all this extra work.

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Where does this go in Franklin County?

Many items you no longer want or need can't or shouldn't go into your regular trash. Where should these items go? What are the hours for the Recycling and Convenience Centers? Is there someone that will speak to a group, classroom or organization or provide a program or activity on recyling and waste reduction?

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    MISSION STATEMENT
    To provide efficient and cost effective disposal of solid waste and to educate the citizens within the region on waste reduction and recycling practices.

    ISWA holds the contract for waste disposal within the region. We also have a contract for the mulching of yard waste that members can utilize. The region also provides an education program for the schools and the general public on waste reduction and recycling.
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Carol Fulmer

Carol Fulmer
Carol is the Regional Administrator of Education, Recycling & Waste Reduction and is available for presentations to organizations and groups, as well as for workshops, education booths, classroom programs, and for help organizing and setting up school and business recycling programs, drives and teacher in-service training.
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