Labor Day Holiday Trash & Recycling Pickup Schedule

Week of Sept. 2 – Sept. 8, 2018

No trash pickup on Monday, Sept. 3

Trash Pickup Schedule for All Buildings
Tuesday, Sept. 4
Friday, Sept. 7

Recycling Pickup Schedule by Building
Weds., Sept. 5: Herbert’s Run, St. Charles, Caton Ridge & Harborview
Thurs., Sept. 6: Brookside, Edgewood, Chapel Court, Parkview, Courtyard Crossing, Greentree Court, Arborside, Fountain Hill, Maple Terrace, and New Carroll


Recycle Days

  • Tuesdays – Caton Ridge, Harborview, St. Charles, Herbert’s Run
  • Fridays – Brookside, Edgewood, Parkview, Chapel Court, Courtyard Crossing, Greentree Court, Arborside, Maple Terrace, Fountain Hill, & New Carroll
  • Place all recyclable items in blue recycling bins and/or brown paper bags , not any type of plastic bag.
  • Leave outside your door the night before scheduled pickup or before 7:30 AM on pick-up morning.
  • If you need a recycling bin, call Charlestown Housekeeping at 410-737-8838, x8595.
  • You may request up to 2 bins.

What to Recycle

Here is an updated list of items that can be recycled. Please print out for your refrigerator.

What to recycle notice revised 2018

Trash Pickup

  • Monday and Thursday
  • Trash containers by the elevators and the lobby entrances are not designed for household trash. Please wait until a regular trash day for door side pickup.
  • Adjusted pick-up schedules will be posted if a holiday falls on a pick-up day.

Special Recycling

  • Electronics (computers/monitors/printers/cell phones, etc.): Call Housekeeping by Monday. Pickup is on Tuesday.
  • Batteries: Drop in battery collection box in each laundry room.
  • Small Appliances (Toaster Ovens, etc.): Dispose with regular trash.
  • Syringe Needles: Place in a Sharps Container, which can be obtained by calling Housekeeping at: 410-737-8838, x8595; do not place syringe needles in the trash. Call Housekeeping to pick up a full container.
  • Unwanted Medications: Consult the BLOG ARTICLE on proper disposal of unwanted medications. Empty medicine containers without lids, are recyclable; medicine container lids are not recyclable and should be put in the trash.

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