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Recycling

Centers

Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to power a TV for three hours

 

Aluminum can be recycled over and over forever.

 

Paper can be recycled over and over until the fibers break down.

 

Plastic #1 are made out of new raw materials. 

 

If we do not complete the recycling chain by purchasing recycled materials, recycling will not work.

 

Even though you cannot recycle plastic bags at the local recycling  centers, you can recycling them at local grocery stores along with plastic packing material, including the wrappers around toilet paper, paper towels, juice boxes, water bottles and the like.  

 

 

 

Hours Open: 7am-4:45pm Monday-Friday

Blount County Highway Department

1227 McArthur Rd. 

Maryville, TN 37804

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

Mixed Paper (junk mail, cereal boxes, office paper, telephone books, magazines)

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Hunter's Crossing Shopping Center

In front of Lowe's

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

 

Mixed Paper (junk mail, cereal boxes, office paper, telephone books, magazines)

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Big Lots

116 Hall Rd.

Alcoa  37701

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

Mixed Paper (junk mail, cereal boxes, office paper, telephone books, magazines)
Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Alcoa Area

Items Accepted

City of Maryville

 

Lamar Alexander Parkway; Hwy 321

Across from Blount Memorial Hospital

Center Contact: City of Maryville

                         865-273-3302

No need to sort items - all collected in one bin.

Mixed Paper

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Food Cans - Tin/Metal/Aluminum

Glass (no glasses, mirrors, vases, windows)

Plastic 1-7 (No grocery bags)

Best Street at Sandy Springs Park

Center Contact: City of Maryville

                         865-273-3302

No need to sort items - all collected in one bin.

Mixed Paper

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Food Cans - Tin/Metal/Aluminum

Glass (no glasses, mirrors, vases, windows)

Plastic 1-7 (No grocery bags)

Items Accepted

Blount County

Items Accepted

Spectra Recycling Center

1627 Robert C. Jackson Dr.

Maryville  37801

Center Contact:  865-523-6397

Mixed Paper

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans (cash for cans)

Steel Food Cans

Plastic 1-7 (no bags)

Appliances

Lead Acid Batteries (Car Batteries)

Ink Cartridges

Electronics (fee for certain items)

Metals: Copper, Cast Iron, Ferrous/Non

Alcoa/Maryville/Blount County Landfill

240 Long Powers Rd.

Friendsville  37737

Center Contact:  865-995-2892

Newspaper

Corrugated Cardboard

Plastic 1-2 only (no bags)

Used Oil

Appliances (scrap metal)

Computer/Electronics

(Small fee for TV's larger than 19")

Tires (12 free passenger/vehicle accepted per household/year)

Lead acid batteries/Car Batteries

Friendsville

Items Accepted

Friendsville Market

108 Endsley Quarry Ln.

Friendsville  37737

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

Mixed Paper

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Townsend

Items Accepted

IGA

7945 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy.

Townsend   37882

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

Mixed Paper

Newspaper

Cardboard

Aluminum Cans

Walland

Items Accepted

Walland Center

5317 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy.

Walland   37886

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

Newspaper

Mixed Paper

 

Recycling Facts

Victor's Lakeview Market Deli

Corner of Topside Rd/Alcoa Hwy

Louisville  37777

Center Contact: Spectra Recycling

                         865-970-0005

Mixed Paper/Newspaper (combined)

Aluminum Cans/Plastic 1-7 (combined)

Cardboard

Louisville

Items Accepted

Center Hours

Monday-Saturday 7am-7pm 

 

All items are collected in one bin. No trash bags or plastic bags allowed of any kind. Recyclables must be thrown in loosely - not bagged.

Recycling in Blount County is run by Spectra Recycling, City of Maryville & the City of Alcoa. 

Keep Blount Beautiful is a 501(c)3 non-profit and does not run the recycling centers.  We provide this information as a public service in order to promote recycling and to help prolong the life of our landfill. 

No trash bags, plastic bags, baggies or plastic wrap allowed of any kind.

Recyclables must be thrown in loosely, not bagged, for all centers.

City Residents Only

ID or Proof of Residency Required

Click here for electronic recycling locations.