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Putrescible household trash and garbage Bulky items such as furniture, bookshelves, used carpeting, etc. Mattresses and cushions Recyclable materials including paper and cardboard, rigid plastics labeled #1-#7, aluminum cans, tin cans, and glass bottles Used motor oil Used antifreeze Old gasoline and gas/oil mixtures (limited to no more than 10 gallons) Used tires off the rim (tires exceeding 32-inch diameter shall first be quartered) Wet cell batteries Empty refillable propane cylinders not greater than 20 pound capacity Used clothing Scrap metal, metal objects, and appliances including copper wire and tubing Computer monitors, hard drives, keyboards, and mice Construction and demolition debris (plywood, lumber, doors and door casings, windows and window casings, garage doors, sheds, posts, timber ties, wood associated with swing sets, fencing, drywall, cinder block, brick, asphalt, shingles, tiles, and concrete ) not exceeding 25% of the volume of the vehicle’s load Latex Paint Yard trim including grass clippings, leaves, and brush/tree limbs; and Non-friable asbestos (please call 410-638-3638 for specific instructions).
The Tollgate yard trim drop-off facility only accepts residential yard trim including grass clippings, leaves, and brush/tree limbs on Saturdays from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Liquid Waste Friable Asbestos Chemicals and chemical constituents in containers with volumes which are greater than that typically found in retail stores catering to the homeowner (including solvents and degreasers, oil based paint, thinners, herbicides, pesticides) Poisons Acids or caustic liquids Explosives or ordinance Hot ashes Radioactive substances Vehicles (including automobiles, RV’s, trucks, motorcycles Drums unless emptied and flattened Compressed gas cylinders (other than refillable 20-pound propane cylinders) Septage Logs and stumps Soil or stone Limitations on certain materials including but not limited to construction and demolition debris. Bureau of Solid Waste Management Rules (PDF)
And Days Cove Rubble Landfill6425 Days Cove RoadWhite Marsh, MD 21162Phone: 410-335-3778.
Please call for the most recent pricing and hours of operation. Alternatively the Maryland Recycles Online Directory displays other private companies in Maryland which accept different types of materials including construction and demolition debris.
Harford County does not endorse any particular disposal facility.
The Harford Waste Disposal Center is open 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday - Saturday. It is closed Sundays and County Holidays. The Tollgate Yard Trim drop-off operating hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. April-November: Thursday, Friday and Saturday. December-March: Saturday only.
From South - North on Route 1 to Route 543. Left on 543 five miles, right on Route 440 two miles to Scarboro Road. Right on Scarboro Road and left into HWDC entrance. From East - Route 22 West to Route 136. Right on Route 136 to Route 440. Left on Route 440 to Scarboro Road. Left on Scarboro Road and left into HWDC entrance. From West - Route 165 to Route 543 to Route 440. Route 440 to Scarboro Road. Left into HWDC entrance. From North - Route 1 South to Route 136. Right on Route 136 to Route 440. Left on Route 440 to Scarboro Road. Left on Scarboro Road to HWDC.
Tollgate Yard Trim Drop-off Facility
Located at 701 N. Tollgate Road, across from the entrance to the County Farm Fair/Equestrian Center. From Bel Air, proceed to Tollgate Road from either business Route 1 or Boulton Street , after the Route 1 Bypass overpass, drive past the Equestrian Center. The entrance to the drop-off facility will be on the right which is shared with the entrance for the Ma and Pa trail parking access. Proceed up the hill past the chain link gate.
Bartenfelder Sanitation Services, 410-420-9220 Harford Trash Services, Inc., 443-752-0784 Republic Services, 800-284-7056 Waste Industries (HSS), 410-457-0404
Note: Harford County licenses, but does not endorse, trash collectors. If you encounter a firm not on the list above, please contact Harford County's Solid Waste Management at 410-638-3637.
Harford County does not endorse the use of any particular company
Monday - Saturday 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. Electronics Recycling Brochure (PDF)
For additional information, please call Office of Recycling, 410-638-3417. Used Motor Oil & Anti-freeze Recycling Sites
County residents may self-load the equivalent of 3-30 gallons trash cans of material at no charge per trip. Alternatively, residents may purchase bulk quantities at $10 per cubic yard.