Dumpsters are coming November 22nd: they will arrive between 7am and 8am and when they are full they will be gone (usually before noon). There will be two dumpsters — previously they have been located on Hillside Avenue and near Maryland & Marburth Avenues.

We need volunteers to watch the dumpsters, our Association will be billed if there is any non-allowed material in the dumpsters (see list below). Please email Mary Carol Bruff with a time slot you would like. c_bruff08@comcast.net

Disallowed Items for the Dumpster
For Community and Non-profit Organization Clean-ups

Prohibited Items

  • Explosive or flammable materials
  • Acids, caustics, pesticides, chemicals
  • Medical/radioactive waste
  • Liquids or liquid waste
  • Drums or tanks (unless clean and cut in half)
  • Animal carcasses
  • Large stumps
  • Wood/logs greater than 8″ in diameter and 6′ in length
  • Most large items that cannot be lifted manually
  • Metal items
  • Refrigerators/air conditioners/freezers/appliances with freon
  • Tires (Passenger car, motorcycle, and light truck tires, clean, and off the rims)
  • Household electronics
  • Antifreeze
  • Asbestos shingles (or other asbestos materials)
  • Batteries (vehicle and marine)
  • Oil
  • Paint
  • Household hazardous chemicals

Recyclable or Compostable Items

To assist the County with recycling, we request that the following items be brought to the landfill separately, using your own vehicle:

  • Brush/yard waste
  • Asphalt/black top
  • Containers (glass, plastic, tin cans, aluminum)
  • Concrete, rock
  • Paper/cardboard

Unless listed above as being prohibited, most other trash and household items would be acceptable for disposal. For further information, see the County’s regulations or contact Eastern Landfill at 410-887-5956. Thank you for helping to keep our County clean!

Baltimore County Bureau of Solid Waste Management
111 West Chesapeake Avenue
Towson, Maryland 21204
Phone: 410-887-3188
Fax: 410-887-2931


See a Complete List of Dumpster Day rules.
Also Landfill Regulations.