Moore County residents are invited to participate in Household Hazardous Waste Mobile Collection day in Bedford County on Saturday.
On Thursday, the state removed a “Do Not Consume” advisory from catfish caught at Wood’s Reservoir located in parts of Coffee and Franklin counties.
LOCAL NEWS | The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) mobile household hazardous waste collection service will be in Franklin County on Saturday, March 25.
Tennessee produces approximately six million waste tires every year. The Tire Environmental Act Program has helped divert more than 3.6 million of them. Applications for the program open on Monday, January 17.
Moore County landowners who live near the Duck or Elk River could quality for state cost share dollars
If you live near the Duck or Elk River the state may help fund tree planting, forest improvement, invasive plant management, prescribed burning and other improvements.
Got household hazardous waste lying around your home? The state will host a free collection date on Saturday in Lincoln County.