County Solid Waste Passes State Inspection Noting ZERO Violations


Pictured L to R: Pete Reeves, Haley Skelton, Tim Moore, Michael Phillips, Josh Stutts, Andy Seiber, Damien Seiber, Michael Carroll, and Andrew Dudley.

After Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Officials visited the County Landfill and Transfer Station during a surprise inspection, Solid Waste Director Josh Stutts recently received the inspection reports, revealing Lewis County had NO VIOLATIONS during the state landfill inspection.

Since 1994, the State of Tennessee requires each of the 95 counties in Tennessee to operate and manage landfills. This state mandated task also is accompanied by annual reporting processes and annual inspections to ensure the pit area is properly covered and maintained, proper erosion control, mai...

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