Maryland Environmental Service is heavily involved in Maryland's recycling efforts. We operate two of the State's largest recycling facilities for glass, plastics and metals and operate a residential recycling program for the Midshore Counties Located on the upper Eastern Shore of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, the Midshore Regional Solid Waste System consists of four planned facilities that will serve the municipal solid waste needs of Talbot, Caroline, Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties for 80 years. This unique partnership is the only regional solid waste management agreement in Maryland. Please contact 1-800-I-Recycle (1-800-473-2925) with recycling questions, concerns or compliments.
2016 Fall Countywide Roadside Cleanup
Help us celebrate America Recycles Day!
November 19, 20, 21
Individuals, groups and businesses are welcome to participate-
Queen Anne's County is partnering with Infinity Recycling in Millington to help cleanup the county! Signup for a road to cleanup, bag the trash (see instructions for bagging) and leave it on the road; QAC Public Works will pick the bags up on Monday, November 21st at 1:00.
Free gloves, trash bags and reflective vests will be available throughout the County beginning November 7th. Supply pickup locations are QAC Public Works, Finance Office, Planning & Zoning, Kent Island Library, Centreville Library and the Chesapeake Heritage & Visitor Center.
Sign up for a road at the link below...
QAC Adopt a Road
Fall 2016 Roadside Cleanup Flyer
Instruction Sheet for participants
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the QAC Roads Department at (410)758-0920. Follow us on Facebook at Queen Anne's County Public Works
Household Hazardous Waste, Latex Paint & Electronics Recycling Drop-Off Day!
Saturday, November 5, 2016
Midshore I Transfer Station (Talbot County)
7341 Barkers Landing Road, Easton
8:00 am to 2:00 pm
The service is limited to Midshore residents of Caroline, Kent Queen Anne's & Talbot Counties (no businesses)
Fall Recycle Flyer
2016 Spring Countywide Roadside Clean Up Totals!
The event was a success! A total of 3.45 tons of trash and recycling was picked up!
Thank you to everyone that participated!
Video on how to help Cleanup Up county roads, featuring Kennard Elementary Environmental Club!
Spring Roadside Clean Up!
Recycling computers- no ticket is needed if recycling, can be taken to the following Transfer Stations-
Batts Neck Transfer Station- 422 Batts Neck Road, Stevensville, 21666
Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday- 8 am to 4 pm
Centreville- 401 Harper Road, Centreville, 21617
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday- 8 am to 4 pm
Grasonville- 401 Gravel Run Road, Grasonville, 21638
Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday- 8 am to 4 pm
If computer is being trashed it can go to any Transfer Station
Other locations that recycle computers
Best Buy Stores
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake
The Green Guide to Recycling Appliances and Electronics
If the igloos are full, do not leave anything on the ground. Please use another site or return to the site after we have emptied the receptacles. For more information contact Maryland Environmental Service, (410)634-9304 or QAC Solid Waste, (410)758-2697
Oil & Antifreeze Recycling
Used motor oil and antifreeze are accepted at any of the QAC Transfer Stations, no tickets are needed. The Centreville Transfer Station also will take gasoline.