Tours & Presentations

    WMRA Elkridge Recycling Processor

      Schedule a tour of Waste Management Recycle America located at 7175 Kit Kat Road in Elkridge. Please note this tour is only available for people 18 and older. This tour lasts about an hour. Tours are scheduled as requested and must be groups of at least 6, with a maximum of 12. If you are not able to form a group, you can be added to an existing tour. Call 410-313-6444 for a tour schedule.

    Prince George's Recycling Processor

      ​This facility is located at 1000 Ritchie Road in Prince George County  and is open to the public, including schools, civic and church groups, scout troops and families. Tours may ​include a recycling presentation. To schedule a tour, please call the facility at 301-324-4760 or visit their website.

    Alpha Ridge Landfill Tour

      Schedule a tour of Alpha Ridge Landfill. A Recycling Coordinator will guide your group around Alpha Ridge Landfill Residents' Convenience Area to discuss what is collected and what happens to all those items. Many things are reused or recycled, but trash is collected too. The group may also tour the Compost Demo Area and Transfer Building. This tour is great for scout groups trying to earn badges/patches. Did you know most of Howard County's trash is exported to a landfill in VA? Call 410-313-6444 to schedule.

    Pilot Compost Facility at Alpha Ridge Landfill

      Howard County has constructed a pilot project to produce quality compost. Please check our News and Upcoming Events page for dates or watch the electronic marquee at Alpha Ridge Landfill. More information about this new facility can be found on the Pilot Compost facility webpage.

    Recycling Presentation

      Schedule a recycling presentation. A Recycling Coordinator will discuss the ins and outs of recycling, as well as provide an inside look at what happens to all those things we recycle. Here's the video if you'd like to check it out! Call 410-313-6444 to schedule or fill out this form.

      For schools, we offer assembly style presentations, grade-by-grade presentations and short 5-minute cafeteria presentations to get the students thinking about what they have in their lunches that can be recycled everyday. The most efficient setup for schools is 2 assembly-style presentations with follow-up lunchroom presentations to jump start the recycling program and get everyone on board.

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