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TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION
401 Church Street, L & C Annex, 1st Floor
Nashville, Tennessee 37243-0435
Phone: (888) 891-TDEC (8332)
Laws and Regulations
The state’s solid waste management act mandates a 25% reduction rate of solid waste. Solid waste managment regions are required to submit a plan for management of their solid wastes for 10 years in the future. Each year, the regions are required to submit a progress report on their solid waste plan. The state reviews the plans to determine if progress is being made to meet the state’s 25% diversion goal. The state showed a 20.3% per capita waste reduction in 2002, as compared to the 1995 base year.
Catalytic Converter Companies
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Only gas or diesel-fueled vehicles weighing up to 10,500 pounds, that will be registered in Davidson, Hamilton, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties, as well as those registered in Memphis, will have to undergo emissions testing before they can be registered or have their registrations renewed. Emissions tests will be required every year after that.In Middle Tennessee, vehicles made in 1974 and earlier aren’t required to pass emissions tests, but in Memphis, all model years of vehicles weighing less than 26,000 pounds must pass an emissions test. Your catalytic converter and fuel gas cap will be checked. Estimated testing time is five minutes. http://www.dmv.org/tn-tennessee/smog-check.php