Facilities

Facilities
  1. Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill

    The Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill is owned and operated by the Prince George’s County Government. This site accepts material from county citizens, residents and local businesses only. Proof of residency is required. Businesses must prove in county generation of waste. The landfill is permitted by the Maryland Department of the Environment and accepts only municipal solid waste.

  2. Public Convenience Centers

    County citizens and residents, who wish to dispose of trash and/or recycle, may use one of the county-owned and operated drop-off facilities.

  3. Electronics Recycling Acceptance Site

    Learn about the items accepted at the county’s Electronics Recycling Acceptance Site.

  4. Household Hazardous Waste Acceptance Site

    Know where to bring your Household Hazardous Waste.

  5. Materials Recycling Facility

    The Prince George’s County Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) opened in October of 1993 and is a 65,000-foot facility. Renovations to convert the MRF into a process facility for single-stream collection was completed September 2007.

  6. Organics Composting Facility

    Prince George’s County manages the Prince George’s County Yard Trim Composting Facility and contracts with the Maryland Environmental Service (MES) to operate the facility.

**NOTICE**

As of June 13, 2023, the Missouri Avenue Convenience Center location cannot accept motor oil due to scheduled maintenance. Please dispose of these items at the Brown Station Road Convenience Center or the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Acceptance Site, located at the Landfill, during location operating hours.

Missouri Ave Motor oil

Electronics Recycling & Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Disposal

Non-commercial items collected at our Acceptance Sites can be dropped off by County residents during this disposal event.

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Acceptable Electronics: Acceptable HHW: Any individual PC CPU component parts Cable CD Players Cell Phones Circuit Boards Computer Monitors Computer Speakers Copiers CPUs Fax Machines Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges (from printers and fax machines) Keyboards Laptop Computers Main Frames Mice Pagers Printers Radios/Stereos Scanners Surge Protectors Telephone System Televisions (flat and console/tube/CRT) VCRs Wire

Acid Car Batteries Automotive Fluids and Fuels Cleaning Agents Cooking Oil Driveway Sealers Fire Extinguishers Fluorescent Light Bulbs Kerosene (up to 5 gallons) Gas, Grill, Propane Tanks Helium Balloon Tanks Household Batteries Insecticides, Herbicides, and Fertilizers Mercury and Other Hazardous Materials Oil-Based Paints* Photographic Chemicals Poisons Smoke Detectors Solvents, Varnishes, and Stains Swimming Pool Chemicals

*Latex paint is NOT hazardous waste. Please allow paint to dry completely before bagging and placing in your trash cart. More tips on our HHW Acceptance Site page.

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