Covid-19 Recycling Updates
Thank you for your patience with the County’s recycling program during the pandemic. The table below is the most up-to-date sites where recycling has been re-opened. We are also sending out text & email alerts for those signed up here.
|Allegany County Recycling Center
Kelly Rd, Cumberland
|7 Days a week
|#1 Plastics, #2 Plastics, Cardboard, Glass, Cans, Newspaper, Office Paper, Magazines, Used Motor Oil, Antifreeze|
|Recycling Area Mountainview Landfill
13300 New Georges Creek Rd, Frostburg
|Mon- Fri 7am-3:30pm
Sat 7am - 2pm
|#1 Plastics, #2 Plastics, Cardboard, Glass, Cans, Newspaper, Office Paper, Magazines, Used Motor Oil, Antifreeze
|Oldtown Refuse Site
18622 Lower Town Creek Rd, Oldtown
|Cans, Newspaper,Used Motor Oil, Residential Trash|
|Flintstone Refuse Site
26706 National Pike; Flintstone
I-68 Exit 62
|#1 Plastics, #2 Plastics, Glass, Cans, Newspaper, Used Motor Oil,|
|Little Orleans Refuse Site||Fri 10am-6pm||Cans, Newspaper, Residential Trash|
|Mulch & Yard Trimming Recycling Site
11700 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Rd, Cumberland
|Wed-Sun 10am-6pm||Yard Trimmings|
|Bel-Air Plaza||Dawn-Dusk||Cans, Newspaper|
|Martin's Market - Cumberland||Dawn-Dusk||Cans, Newspaper, Magazines|
|Staples- LaVale||Dawn-Dusk||#1 Plastics, #2 Plastics, Cardboard, Cans, Newspaper, Office Paper, Magazines|
|Lonaconing - Little League Field||Dawn-Dusk||Mixed Paper (combined Flattened Cardboard, Office Paper, Newspaper & Magazines)|
|Mount Savage Community Park||Dawn-Dusk||Cans, Newspaper|
|Westernport Town Hall Parking Lot||Dawn-Dusk||Cans, Newspaper, Office Paper, Magazines|
Reduce the amount of materials you use, which reduces the amount of waste you create. Reuse material when possible. Rethink the aterial you use and those you throw away.
How, what and where to recycle in Allegany County, Maryland.
Allegany County Residential Trash Program. Mountainview Landfill Information. Haulers and Dumpster Information.
Allegany County Government operates a supervised compost site for Allegany County residents and businesses. Learn more about utilizing this service.
The Maryland Recycling Act requires Allegany County to divert at least 20% of its solid waste to recycling programs.
View Solid Waste Plan documents online.
Find information on the Solid Waste Management Board's meeting times, members, and minutes.
Allegany County Government’s Recycling Coordinator is pleased to speak with and make presentations to schools and community organizations.
Allegany County holds biennial Too Toxic To Trash Event for residents to dispose of their household hazards waste (HHW) properly.