21217 Recycling

Find 21217 recycling centers. Recycling centers provide services to both individuals and business, including services such as appliance, aluminum, bottle, copper, electronic, and scrap metal recycling.


Baltimore County Recycling 111 West Chesapeake Avenue Towson MD 21204 6.5 miles from 21217 410-887-3191


Howard County Recycling 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive Columbia MD 21046 12.2 miles from 21217 410-313-6500

Carroll County Recycling 225 North Center Street Westminster MD 21157 26.1 miles from 21217 410-386-2633

Takoma Park Recycling 31 Oswego Avenue Silver Spring MD 20910 29.9 miles from 21217 301-891-7100

Montgomery County Recycling 16105 Frederick Road Rockville MD 20855 31.2 miles from 21217 301-417-1433

Frederick County Recycling 9031 Reichs Ford Road Frederick MD 21704 38.2 miles from 21217 301-600-2960

Fairfax City Recycling 3410 Pickett Road Fairfax VA 22031 46.0 miles from 21217 703-385-7995

Charles County Recycling 12305 Billingsley Road Waldorf MD 20602 52.7 miles from 21217 301-932-5656

Charles County Recycling 1001 Radio Station Road La Plata MD 20646 54.9 miles from 21217 301-932-3599

Washington Township Recycling 12725 Buchanan Trail East Waynesboro PA 17268 55.3 miles from 21217 717-765-6577

What happens to the Recyclable materials after they have been collected?

For most Recyclables, the materials are sorted, cleaned, and broken down into raw materials that can be used to manufacture new goods. These raw materials are sold to manufacturers based on market conditions, and after processing, they are ultimately sold to consumers as new goods.

How can households dispose of hazardous materials?

Many communities offer household hazardous waste disposal events, often on a regional basis, where residents may drop off items such as paint, cleaners, pesticides, and other products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients. In some instances, the businesses that sell these products may accept them for Recycling.

What is e-waste?

E-waste refers to discarded electronic or electrical devices. Formal Recycling programs for e-waste are becoming increasingly common, partly because many components of these devices are re-usable, but also because certain harmful components in e-waste require special handling.