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  • Baltimore County "Don't Dump, Donate" Program
    Baltimore County has partnered with the Loading Dock, Inc. to accept reusable building materials at the Eastern Sanitary Landfill (ESL) in White Marsh and the Baltimore County Resource Recovery Facility (BCRRF) in Cockeysville. Get a tax deduction form on site.

  • Baltimore County Electronics Recycling
    Accepted items include TVs, VCRs, DVD players, computer monitors, CPUs, mice, keyboards, cell phones, laptops, scanners, computer cables and cords, stereos, answering machines, and other home electronics. No appliances! Baltimore County residents can drop off their electronics for recycling at three Baltimore County Trash and Recycling Drop-Off Facilities, Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. (7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Eastern Sanitary Landfill).

  • Baltimore County Recycling and Waste Prevention
    Baltimore County Bureau of Solid Waste Management.  The web page contains detailed information about the recycling rate for areas all around Baltimore County. Check out your neighborhood to see how it stacks up against others in Baltimore County.

  • Baltimore County Reuse Directory
    Directory of reuse organizations for Baltimore County residents and businesses. The directory is a tool for matching people who have materials to give away with organizations that accept those materials. A quarterly newsletter, The ReSource can be subscribed to on-line. It contains information on recycling, waste prevention, special events and more.

  • Baltimore County Single Stream Recycling Program
    Find information on how to set out recyclables for collection, what materials are accepted in the new program, and more.

  • Baltimore County Trash/ Recycling Schedule
    Baltimore County Bureau of Solid Waste Management. View or download your current schedule.

    The FCC recommends this site to help consumers locate electronics recycling centers and purchase green electronics in their area. Search by ZIP code.

  • Lazarus Foundation Computer Recycling
    Accepts tax deductible donations of surplus computer equipment, which they restore and donate to schools and non-profits.

  • Managing Organic Materials at Home
    From Baltimore County Department of Public Works. Information about handling your yard and food materials at home.

    Excellent local computer recycling and reuse directories.

Revised: February 8, 2018