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Baltimore County Residential Drop-Off Centers to be closed to public

TOWSON, MD—Officials have announced that, beginning Thursday April 2, 2020, Baltimore County’s Residential Drop-Off Centers will be closed to the public until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.‬

The following sites will remain open only for commercial haulers with accounts.‬

  • Eastern Sanitary Landfill, 6259 Days Cove Road, 21162‬
  • Central Acceptance Facility, 201 West Warren Road, 21030‬
  • Western Acceptance Facility, 3310 Transway Road, 21227‬

‪Yard waste collection, which normally begins on April 1, has been suspended until further notice.

The suspension will allow collectors to focus on residential trash collection, which has spiked in recent weeks.‬

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