The Frederick County Office of Recycling is part of the Department of Solid Waste Management. Our offices are located within the landfill facilities located at 9031 Reichs Ford Road, Frederick MD 21704 (Map It! from your location).
Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. By calling 301-600-2960 you can reach any of the staff listed below or email the main office.
Recycling Program Manager
Cindy oversees all recycling staff, operations, contracts and programs and prepares local, state and federal recycling reports, ensuring that the recycling programs comply with Maryland State standards. She is the department's liaison with recycling program officers from other counties and state offices, as well as local communities and municipal leaders.
Commercial Recycling Program Analyst Email
Donna is here to assist local organizations in their endeavors to recycle more and waste less. She can conduct a waste audit, assist with staff training, provide public presentations, help design a user-friendly recycling program, and offer resources, tips and strategies to help reduce waste. She can be reached by calling 301-600-7404.
Residential Recycling Program Analyst Email
Rebecca serves as the liaison between Frederick County's contracted service provider, residents and County government. She can answer recycling questions and help resolve curbside issues. Rebecca assists with contract management, contractor oversight, and preparation of state reports. She can provide background information and data specific to Frederick County's recycling programs.
Recycling Administrative Assistant Email
Cheri can answer your questions about the County's recycling program as well as provide general assistance with residential curbside recycling inquiries and collection issues. She assists residents who wish to obtain a recycling cart or purchase a compost bin and is also the point of contact for organizations wishing to borrow the County's event recycling containers.
Recycling Outreach Program Analyst Email
Annmarie serves as the department’s public information officer and develops promotions, events, social media and general communication campaigns to encourage residents to recycle more and waste less. She leads facility tours for adult groups, can provide on- or off-site educational presentations for any local organization, and offers a wealth of materials for loan to teachers and homeschooling parents.
Listings for all staff within the Division of Utilities and Solid Waste Management may be found online.