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County Offers Dumpsters for Storm Waste Removal

Community and homeowners associations can call the county to order a dumpster.

County Offers Dumpsters for Storm Waste Removal

The that swept through the county on June 29 has left many Glen Burnie residents yards and driveways full of storm debris. If you or other residents are in need of a safe way to dispose of the tree limbs, community and homeowners associations can request a dumpster from the county.

Storm debris removal assistance may be requested through the Office of Community and Constituent Services, according to a press release. To make the dumpster request, a representative of the association should call 410-222-1795 or email ccservices@aacounty.org.

Yard waste, including storm debris, placed at the curb for recycling must be bagged or put in a container and marked with an "X." If not in a container, branches must be tied into bundles (not to exceed 4 feet by 4 inches in diameter). Logs and large limbs that cannot be collected at curbside can be taken to any of the three county convenience centers.

If you have a community or homeowners association, please allow the representative of that organization to make the dumpster request.

Visit aacounty.org/DPW/Highways/StormDebris.cfm for complete information regarding these services.

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