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This directory contains an extensive list of recyclers operating in Maryland. The companies listed have provided their information to mdrecycles.org in order to make it easier for your business to recycle. We make no representation as to the quality or nature of services provided. Please contact the company directly to confirm their information before delivering materials to them. Your participation will go a long way towards making Maryland a leader in recycling efforts.

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Gypsum

NAME & ADDRESS PRODUCT MATERIALS ACCEPTED OTHER INFO MAP
EnviroSolutions, Inc.
www.esiwaste.com
7130 Kit Kat Rd, Suite A
Elkridge, MD 21075
Phone: (887) 559-2783 or 410-799-7669
Email: salesma@esiwaste.com
Single- Stream Recycling (glass, paper, cardboard, metals, plastics); C&D Materials (carpeting, drywall, wood, metal, concrete, dirt, aggregate products, cardboard); Electronics (old computers, monitors, copiers, scanners, TVs, telephones); Food Waste Operate two transfer stations. Locations are as follows: Ameriwaste, LLC Transfer Station & Hauling 7130 Kit Kat Road Elkridge, MD 21075 Tel. 443-733-1301 Curtis Creek Recovery 23 Stahls Point Rd. Baltimore, MD Tel. 410-636-2220
L & J Waste Recycling LLC
222 N. Calverton Road
Baltimore, MD 21223
Phone: (410) 566-2323
Fax: (410) 566-2344
Email: lenzie@ljwasterecycling.com
Contact: Lenzie Johnson III
Waste Hauler. All products used for recycling. Aggregate products, dirt, wood, drywall, carpeting, metal, concree, scrap tires, cardboard. Pick-up service only. Waste arrives by roll-off dumpster or dump truck. Hazardous materials, asbestos, chemicals and MSW are not accepted. L&J is MDOT - Hubzone - SBA - MBE Certified.
United States Gypsum Company
5500 Quarantine Road
Baltimore, MD 21226-1621
Phone: (410) 355-6600
Fax: (410) 354-3481
Email: rsims@usg.com
Contact: Robert Sims, Plant Manager
Plaster and gypsum wallboard Gypsum wallboard. Have tested small amounts of crushed gypsum from residential construction scrap. They recycle only their own products. They recycle only their own products returned by contractor customers. Gypsum wallboard scraps must be free of contaminants. No demolition wallboard.