Knox County Waste Disposal Sites
There are some materials that are not accepted at the drop-off centers, not accepted at certain locations or accepted with limits.
Each center offers comprehensive recycling options. Knox County residents may drop off as much recycling as they wish.
We limit non-recyclable household waste to one standard 5x8 pickup per household per day. Heaping loads and very large trailers WILL be turned away. If you have a large amount of waste that exceeds the daily limit you will have to dispose of your waste the same as a commercial waste generator.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Click on links below for drop-off locations and directions
8815 Asheville Hwy
(Just east off of Asheville Highway and the Andrew Johnson Highway Split)
10618 Dutchtown Road
(Easy access from Lovell Rd or Pellissippi Parkway)
3608 Neal Drive
(A few hundred yards past Kmart)
- John Sevier
1950 W. Governor John Sevier Highway
(at Twin Creek Rd area between Alcoa Highway and Chapman Highway)
6930 Karns Crossing Lane
(near Rocky Tops a half mile east of Ingles)
7311 Morton View Lane
(Just east of the railroad tracks on Emory Road in Powell)
- Tazewell Pike / Gibbs
7201 Tazewell Pike
(Just south of Emory Road)
The Household Hazardous Waste Facility (HHW) is managed and operated by the City of Knoxville. The City of Knoxville waste facility has different hours and holiday schedules than County drop off centers. For more information on hours of operation please contact HHW directly at 865-215-6700.
Household Hazardous Waste
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