Our Recycling Program

A comprehensive recycling program is in effect at Carver Center that mirrors the single-stream recycling program in Baltimore County. This allows us to provide recycling opportunities for almost all materials used at Carver Center:

  • Aluminum and steel food and beverage cans, EMPTY aerosol cans, aluminum foil and pie pans
  • All colors of glass bottles and jars
  • Narrow-neck plastic bottles and jugs (with a 1 to 7 recycling symbol, or without a number or recycling symbol), wide-mouth plastic containers (such as butter, cottage cheese, peanut butter, yogurt, mayonnaise, sour cream, and whipped topping containers), rigid plastics (such as buckets [with or without metal handles], drinking cups, flower pots, coolers, drums, 5-gallon water bottles, lawn furniture, pallets, plastic window well covers, and toys
  • Newspapers (including all inserts), magazines, phone books, catalogs, books (including paperbacks, textbooks and hardbacks), writing and computer paper, mail, paperboard (e.g., cereal, frozen food, and shoe boxes), cardboard (flattened), milk and juice cartons/boxes, cardstock, copy paper (including NCR - No Carbon Required - copy paper), envelopes (plastic windows ok), fax paper, ice cream containers, letterhead paper, non-metallic wrapping paper, paper bags


(Pictures and information from: Baltimore County Government)