Homes that currently receive a twice-per-week trash collection have been chosen to participate in phase two of the Trash Cart Pilot Program. These carts are a safer, more efficient and more environmentally-friendly way of handling trash. Using them will help to reduce rodent problems and litter in the community.
Carts will automatically be delivered to homes starting this September; residents do not need to be home to accept delivery. Postcards will be sent to affected homes in late September with details about the program. If a cart is delivered to your home, please use it to store your trash, placing it out for collection in your usual pick-up location. By doing so, you will be directly improving the health and safety of your neighborhood.
The County is providing the trash carts at no cost to residents.
Please put only household trash in the cart. Do not place recyclables, yard materials or hazardous waste in the cart.
Your collector will continue to pick up your trash and recycling on the same days as usual. Be sure to set your material out after 6 p.m. the night before scheduled collection. Metal, glass, paper and plastic should continue to go in your recycling container!
If you move, please leave the trash cart on your property; do not take it with you.
Provide Your Feedback
Baltimore County is very excited to improve trash collection for County residents. This is a big step toward creating cleaner communities, and we need your help. Please use your new cart and provide us with feedback on your experience at firstname.lastname@example.org.