Solid Waste Permit
Baltimore City Health Code Section 7-221: Hours of Solid Waste Collection
No hauler or any other person may collect solid waste in the city between 11 P.M. and 7 A.M. In addition, no solid waste may be collected within 300 feet of a residential structure during this time, including weekends and legal holidays.
Do I Need a Waste Hauler License?
If you are a Baltimore City resident who occupies residential property and collect, transports, or disposes solid waste generated by the residential use of that property, you do not require a waste hauler license.
You will require a waste hauler license if you contract with others for the collection, transportation, or disposal of solid waste; or engage in the collection transportation, or disposal of solid waste.
How Do I Apply for a Waste Hauler License?
- Bring the registration form for each truck to Environmental Inspection Services at 1001 East Fayette Street, Baltimore MD 21202. Registration must include the weight of the vehicle.
- Pay the required fee at our customer service counter: $100 for each truck over 7000 lbs., $35 for each truck 7000 lbs. and under. 90 day permits are also available for a pro-rated fee. Solid waste collection company with more than one vehicle must pay $100 for each vehicle, regardless of weight. Dumpsters 2 cubic yards or more are $25 each.
Note: Licenses must be renewed every year.
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1001 E. Fayette Street
Bureau of Environmental Health, Baltimore City Health Department
Baltimore, MD 21202