The new convenience center, located on Ezell Pike, will have a grand opening Monday.
The Ezell Pike Convenience Center will open with a ribbon cutting at 8:30 a.m. The public is invited to join Mayor Megan Barry at the ribbon cutting.
Though not located in Antioch (it’s just outside 37013), the center will serve Antioch and Southeast Nashville.
The center will not only offer bulk item and recycling services, but it will also accept household hazardous waste items. Its opening will make Davidson County the only county in Tennessee with multiple hazardous waste drop off locations.
Residents in Antioch and Southeast Nashville will be able to conveniently drop off recycling, household trash, bulky items, brush, tires, and household hazardous waste.
As a partnership with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, it is located on DCSO property and a new MTA bus stop is located at the entrance.
Immediately following the ribbon cutting the facility will open, and the first 50 customers will receive a free recycling tote.
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