Waves has been a leader in the recycling industry in Williamson County since it rolled out its recycling program, Waves Office Recycling, in 1994. Currently, Waves Office Recycling serves more than 90 businesses in Williamson County.

Our customers enjoy our convenient, in-office pick up as well as flexible pricing based on the quantity of materials and frequency of stops. We collect: paper, aluminum, plastic, and cardboard.

What truly sets us apart is our staff. We employ two hard-working men with disabilities that have been with Waves Office Recycling for over 15 years.

Join us in making Williamson County one of the “greenest” counties in America, all while serving individuals with disabilities.

For more information, contact Sandra Fraser at sfraser@wavesinc.com or (615) 794-7955 ext. 2129.

Waves Office Recycling Program In the News

Waves’ Recycling Program Helps Disabled Reach Potential

For the past 15 years, Michael Deinert and Van Williams have been dedicated to their recycling pick up route. During that time, they have come to memorize their way through the maze of cubicles, form relationships with office employees and carry out their tasks with professionalism.

As a result of their hard work, they are among the longest running employees at Waves, a non-profit dedicated to enabling individuals with intellectual and development disabilities to progress toward their full potential.


Alcott LLC
American Home Patient
Americana Music Association
Arbor Healthcare
Arc of Williamson County
Atema Partners
Atmos Energy–Data
Atmos Energy–Marketing
Austin Bryant Moore
Battle of Franklin Trust
Bob Parks Realty
Boyle Investment Company
Brentwood Family YMCA
Brentwood United Methodist Church
Buerger, Moseley & Carson PLC
Caddis Interactive
Copy Solutions
Casualty Actuarial Consultants
Charlie Irwin Painting
Community Childcare
Community Housing Partnership
Corizon Health
Courtyard by Marriott
Crowell & Crowell, PLLC
CSA – Capacity Southeast
Crye-Leike Realtors
Currie Medical Specialties, Inc.
Cushman Wakefield
Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group
Dia-tech Oncology
Digital Reasoning
Embassy Suites
Essex Group
Federate Insurance
First Bank
Fountains of Franklin
Franklin American Mortgage
Franklin/Cool Springs Marriott
Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church
Franklin Synergy Bank
Genysis Group
The Governors Club

HCA Physicians Services, Bldgs 1 & 2
HMK Architects
Jetstream Capital, LLC
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Joe Trammel, DDS
Journal Communications
Juice Bar
Mail Room Services, Inc.
Marathon Petroleum Company
Mike Ford Custom Homes
Monique Bernstein
Montessori Academy Brentwood
O’More School of Design
The Outreach Foundation
Passport Health Communications
Phillips Healthcare
Playmaker CRM
Professional Accounting Services
Provident Label Group
Puckett’s Boathouse
Residence Inn by Marriott
Romach, Inc.
Saddle Up!
She Reads Truth
Smiley CPAs
Spectrum Pain Clinic
Stanton Group
Susan Weiss
State Volunteer Mutual Insurance
Steltmeier & Westbrook, PLLC
Thompson Station Church
TMA Group
Vibrant Legacy
Waves, Inc.
Welding Unlimited
Westhaven Sales Office
Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau

Thank you, current Waves Office Recycling customers!
We appreciate your support!


“Our recycling pickup has been going great. The guys are wonderful!”
– Laura M., Waves Office Recycling customer


“I speak for all of Franklin American Mortgage when I say we are grateful for the dedicated service that Tom, Michael, and Van provide for our company weekly. They always bring a little sunshine into our offices as they take away our paper recycling. We count ourselves fortunate for their friendship and value our business relationship as well.”
– Marcia Hoover, Franklin American Mortgage Company


“We have been using Waves Recycling for many years. We enjoy Tom, Michael, and Van picking up our paper recycling and asking us each week ‘how we are doing.’ In addition, they will meet us at our outside storage facility if we need recycling to be picked up there. Paper recycling is one less thing we have to worry about thanks to Waves. Thanks so much, guys!”
– Chris Priddy, Publishing Group of America