County officials said this week that as residents put out for collection large amounts of storm-related debris and spoiled foods from recent severe weather and power outages, the holiday week and hot weather combined to create delays in collections in some areas of the county.
Officials said that if materials are not picked up on a scheduled collection day, residents should leave the material out until it is collected. Continued delays during this week are expected.
County residents can also take trash, recycling and yard materials, as well as storm-related debris, to any of the county's three permanent drop-off facilities:
• The Baltimore County Resource Recovery Facility, located off Warren Road, Cockeysville, open Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• The Eastern Sanitary Landfill Solid Waste Management Facility, 6259 Days Cover Road, White Marsh, open Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
• The Western Acceptance Facility, 3310 Transway Road, Halethorpe, open Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The county has also set out large trash receptacles at eight fire stations to take only storm-related tree debris. These are:
• Arbutus Volunteer Fire Station, 5200 Southwestern Blvd.
• Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Station, 900 Bowleys Quarters Road.
• Eastview Fire Station, 1056 Old Northpoint Road, Dundalk.
• Lutherville Volunteer Fire Station, 1609 Bellona Ave.
• Parkville Fire Station, 8530 Old Harford Road, receptacle is on the parking lot of American Legion next door.
• Pikesville Volunteer Fire Station, 40 E. Sudbrook Road.
• Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Station, 10010 Liberty Road.
• Westview Fire Station, 6300 Johnnycake Road.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun