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There will be no trash collection Saturday 7-4-20 in observation of the July 4th Holliday. Make up schedule as follows:
Charles County, St Marys County whose normal pick up day is Saturday will be collected on Wednesday July 1st and Wednesday July 8th.
Customers in Calvert County whose normal pick up day is Saturday will be collected Monday July 6th.
There will be no other changes to schedule.
COLLECTION AFTER THE HOLLIDAY WILL BE HEAVIER THAN NORMAL PLEASE PLACE ALL TRASH TO THE CURB THE NIGHT BEFORE.
There will be no trash collection Monday 5-25-20 in observation of the Memorial Day Holiday.
If you are normally collected on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday there will be not changes to you collection day.
If Monday is your normal collection day Make up schedule as follows:
Charles County, St Mary's County customers normally collected on Monday will be collected on Thursday 5-28-20
Customers in Calvert County whose normal pick up day is Monday will be collected Tuesday 5-26-20
COLLECTION AFTER THE HOLIDAY WILL BE HEAVIER THAN NORMAL PLEASE PLACE ALL TRASH TO THE CURB THE NIGHT BEFORE.
***There will be no collection Thursday 11/28/19 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.***
Our Office will also be closed Thursday and Friday and we will reopen Monday Morning at 8:30 am. Please have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.
The makeup schedule is only for customers that have Thursday Collection. All other customers will be picked up on schedule.
Make up schedule as follows:
Calvert County Trash Customers who are normally collected on Thursday will be collected on Friday 11/29/19. Please make sure all items are placed at the curb Thursday night.
Charles County and St Mary’s County Trash customers will be collected on Monday 11/25/19 and Monday 12/2/19. If you have once a week service in Charles or St Mary’s Counties your trash will be collected on Monday 11/25/19 and Monday 12/2/19 and will have regular service on Thursday 1/5/19. Please make sure all items are placed at the curb the night before your service day.
It is expected that trash volume will be heavier than normal so pick up times will vary. Please make sure all items are placed at the curb the night before your service day.
There will be no changes If you are normally collected on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday
There will be no trash collection Wednesday 12-25-19 and Wednesday 1-1-20 in observation of the Christmas and New Years Holidays.
If Wednesday is your normal collection day Trash will be collected Saturday 12/28 and Saturday 1/4:
Calvert County residents can take their live Christmas trees, wreaths and garland to county convenience centers for recycling at no charge from December 26, 2018 through January 31, 2019. See for locations and hours. After January 31, 2019 all live trees, wreaths and garlands must be brought to the Appeal Landfill, and standard yard waste fees will apply.
Live Christmas trees, wreaths and garland must have all decorations, support frames, lights and metal stands removed. Live trees, wreaths and garlands may not be in plastic bags. Live trees are accepted whole. All live materials will be taken to the Appeal Landfill to be mulched. Mulch is available to county residents for free.
Wrapping paper, cardboard boxes, holiday cards and other paper are accepted at the convenience centers for recycling at no cost, any time of the year. Cardboard boxes should be flattened and recycled. All packing materials, ribbons and Styrofoam must be removed from boxes for trash disposal. Artificial trees, wreaths, and garlands are not recyclable. Consider donating them to those in need if they are in usable condition.
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Christmas Tree Drop-Off
Beginning in December 1993, Christmas trees were accepted at the St. Andrews Landfill and Point Lookout State Park free of charge. In December 1994 the seasonal program was expanded to include drop-off locations at all six (6) County operated convenience centers and the St. Mary's River Watershed Park. Typical collection dates are between December 26 and the end of January. Each year, trees left at the convenience centers are collected and ground into mulch at the St. Andrews Landfill and approximately 20 tons of mulch is generated from the processing the Christmas Trees. Donations of mulch have also been made to the Horticulture Program. Trees can also bed roped off at the signed areas near the park entrances and will be used to provide animal habitats. For specific times and dates contact the Point Lookout Park Service at (301) 872-5688 or the County Solid Waste Manager at (301) 863-8400. Please remove all tinsel, garland and ornaments. Help us qualify for the SWANA Christmas Tree Recycling Excellence Award next year.