Managing your company’s waste and recycling services means providing an economical, efficient, cleaner, healthier environment for clients and employees. Southern Waste & Recycling proudly offers waste management and recycling serving Atlanta, the Southeast and beyond; our commercial and industrial waste disposal solutions can help you minimize costs while reducing overall landfill impact. Please call (770) 751-7797 to discuss waste management services, recycling programs, dumpster rental, equipment sales or repairs. Sorry, but Southern Waste & Recycling does not offer drop off services for trash or recyclable materials at our Corporate office.
Driving Directions to our Corporate Office:
From central Atlanta, take I-85 N to exit 87 for GA-400 N toward Buckhead/Cumming. Continue onto GA-400 N, then take exit 4A for Glenridge Connector toward Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. At the end of the exit, turn right onto Glenridge Connector, then turn left onto Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. in 0.3 miles and continue ahead to find us on the right in one mile.
From Marietta, take I-75 S to exit 259 for I-285 E toward Greenville/Augusta and merge onto I-285. Take exit 24 for Riverside Dr. and turn left onto Riverside Dr. NW. Turn right onto River Valley Rd. NW in approximately one mile, then turn right onto Johnson Ferry Rd. NW, continuing onto Abernathy Rd. NW. Take the ramp for US-19 S/GA-400 and continue 0.3 miles to exit 4C for Hammond Dr. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Hammond Dr. NE, then turn right onto Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. NE to find Southern Waste & Recycling ahead on your left.
Atlanta is both the capital of Georgia and its most populous city. The city was created in 1837 at the convergence of two railroad lines and originally called Terminus. Atlanta was later incorporated in 1847 under its current name.
Today, Atlanta is considered a “world city” and is also a major transportation hub for the United States, as well as for global travel. Some of its most prominent landmarks and sights include Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Fox Theatre.