|Brandywine Enterprises |
5800 Sheriff Road
Fairmont Heights, MD 20743-6302
Phone: (301) 925-8100
Fax: (301) 925-7826
Contact: Brenda McAlwee
|Processor - Construction & Demolition Debris. Aggregates, sand, gravel, recycled concrete, crushed stone
||Construction Debris Only, Concrete, Ferrous Metals, Wood Pallets, Wood Scrap.
||Roll-off service. Operate construction demolition transfer station.
1 Churchview Road
Millersville, MD 21108
Phone: (410) 987-0313
|Asphalt Products Construction Aggregates, Recycled Road Base
||Asphalt, Brick, Concrete, Dirt, Stone, Unused Asphalt Shingles
||Unused asphalt shingles, factory seconds only.
|Roll-Off Express |
2900 Dede Road
Finksburg, MD 21048
Phone: (410) 526-3535
Fax: (410) 526-6998
Contact: Bob Leatherman or Jack Haden
|Scrap Metal, OCC, Mulch
||Asphalt Shingles, Ferrous Metals, Non-Ferrous Metals, Old Corrugated Cardboard, Mixed Paper Wood Pallets, Crates, Dimensional Wood
||Roll-offs, Dumpsters, Flatbeds
|Roofs to Roads|
Asphalt Roof Recycling Center
1005 Rising Ridge Road
Mt. Airy, MD 21771
Phone: (301) 831-0888
||Roofing materials - asphalt shingles as well as roofing nails, wood and plastic are all accepted and recycled.
||Millings from Recycled Roofs can be used in roads, parking lots and pavers. Recycing reduces non-renewable fossil fuel content in roadways. Also reduces cost of new pavig by using portions from recycled materials. Your old roof's nails, wood and plastic are recycled too!
Homeowners & Property Managers - to recycle your shingles, call for a "rolloff" at 301-831-0888.
Roofing Contractors - call to join our "Preferred Provider Network."
11700 Old Baltimore Pike
Beltsville, MD 20705
Phone: (301) 931-6993
Fax: (301) 931-2294
|Bulk Trash Removal and Recycling. Items are recycled, re-used or properly disposed of.
||Appliances, furniture, bulk trash, construction debris, brush/branches, automotive, aggregate/shingles,tires, office furniture, junk mattresses, metal.
||Pick-ups available. Roll-off dumpsters can also be provided for the collection of items. No drop-offs are accepted. They serve the Baltimore/Washington Metro area, as well as Northern Virginia. The following materials are not accepted: Liquids, paints, solvents, asbestos, lead based paint, any other material classified as hazardous.