Harford County Maryland
Harford County, Maryland
Harford County Maryland  
Harford County Maryland
David R. Craig, Harford County Executive
Harford County Maryland

Department of Public Works - Environmental Services
3135 Scarboro Road, Street, MD 21154 410.638.3018
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Thomas C. Hilton
Deputy Director
Public Works
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Adopt-A-Road
Business Recycling
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Roadside Litter Control
Education
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Grasscycling
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Clothing & Textile Recycling
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Harford Waste Disposal Center (HWDC)
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HWDC Holiday Schedule
Motor Oil & Antifreeze Recycling Sites
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Residential Collection
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Yard Trim Drop-Off Sites
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Contact Information
Deputy Director
410-638-3018
Engineering Staff
410-638-3018
Bureau of Solid Waste Management
410-638-3637
Recycling Office
410-638-3417
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Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 7:00 am-3:00 pm
Except Holidays
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GRASSCYCLING
Grasscycling offers you a totally natural way to help our environment and save time and money in the process

 

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IT’S EASY! Grasscycling offers you a totally natural way to help our environment and save time and money in the process. Here’s how.

A Solution for Grass & Environment THE PROBLEM: A Solution for Grass & Environment
  • Landfill space is being depleted rapidly.
  • Each year, Americans send 150 million tons of solid waste to landfills.
  • Total yard waste makes up 20.1 percent of this solid waste.
  • Grass clippings account for more than 10 percent of solid waste.
TODAY’S SOLUTION: GRASSCYCLING
  • Grasscycling is the process of naturally recycling grass clippings by leaving them on the lawn while mowing.
  • Grasscycling is a responsible environmental practice.
  • Grasscycling is a program designed by The Professional Lawn Care Association of America to help ease the landfill problem.
WHY GRASSCYCLING?
  • It’s a cost effective practice:
    Unlike recycling programs for paper, glass and plastic, Grasscycling can be undertaken by each homeowner on his own turf - with no added costs - any many savings.
  • Everybody wins:
    Homeowners wins with a better looking lawn, maintained in less time, effort and cost. The environment wins because nutrients are returned to the earth in a natural process.
  • Lawn and Garden Trimmings Drop-Off Sites

 

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