MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Middle Point Landfill announces its next open house will take place Tuesday, September 26th at the Almaville Volunteer Fire Station, 911 One Mile Lane, Smyrna, from 5-7 p.m.
The open house series provides a behind-the-scenes look at Middle Point’s operations and its role in the community’s approach to managing waste. The events also serve as another way for Rutherford County residents to provide feedback and have their questions answered.
Attendees can expect an open floor plan with stations set up around the room that will cover various topics of local interest, including an overview of day-to-day operations at Middle Point, the financial benefit Rutherford County residents receive as the host county of Middle Point, and the long-term vision for the facility.
Residents will have the opportunity to learn more about the life expectancy of Middle Point and what they should expect and be prepared for if the facility were to close once it reaches projected capacity in 5.5 years.
This event is family-friendly and will have food and games onsite for all to enjoy. Community members are encouraged to come and go as they are available.
To learn more about Middle Point Landfill, visit MiddlePointLandfill.com.