Permitted Solid Waste Facilities

The following documents list information on permitted solid waste facilities in Maryland including landfills, incinerators, processing, transfer, and natural wood waste facilities.

Permitted Solid Waste Facilities - Download

This document lists all permitted solid waste acceptance facilities such as municipal landfills, rubble landfills, land clearing debris landfills, industrial landfills, incinerators, medical waste incinerators, special medical waste processing facilities, processing facilities, waste-to-energy facilities and incinerators, and transfer stations.

Permitted Solid Waste Facilities Contact List - Download

This document contains contact information for all the permitted solid waste acceptance facilities in Maryland.

Closed Solid Waste Facilities Contact List - Download

This document contains contact information for all the closed solid waste acceptance facilities in Maryland.

Landfills with Groundwater Discharge Permits - Download

This document lists all landfills that possess an active Groundwater Discharge Permit.

Natural Wood Waste Recycling Facilities - Download

This document lists all permitted Natural Wood Waste Recycling Facilities (NWWRF). A NWWRF is a facility that accepts and processes natural wood waste such as tree stumps and limbs, brush, root mats, logs, leaves, grass clippings, unadulterated wood waste, and other natural vegetative material for recycling rather than disposal.​

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Solid Waste Program, Land and Materials Administration
Maryland Department of the Environment
1800 Washington Blvd., Ste. 605
Baltimore MD 21230-1719
Phone: 410-537-3315
Fax: 410-537-3842

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