The Talbot County Repurposing Center accepts unwanted asphalt, fill dirt, concrete, brick/block, wood chips and logs from over 200 Mid-Shore contractors, landscapers, and municipalities. The Center then repurposes this unwanted material into 25 usable products for sale back to the contractors and governments.

Repurposing Center

Repurposing Center

The Talbot County Repurposing Center accepts unwanted asphalt, fill dirt, concrete, brick/block, wood chips and logs from over 200 Mid-Shore contractors, landscapers, and municipalities. The Center then repurposes this unwanted material into 25 usable products for sale back to the contractors and governments.

The Repurposing Center is a Totally Eco-Friendly Facility.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday

6:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Materials Accepted / Sold

  • Materials for Resale

    List is subject to change based on supply:

    • Organic Soil Amendment
    • Double Ground Premium Mulch
    • Unprocessed Wood Chips
    • Hardwood Logs
    • Top Soil
    • Brick/Block Dust
    • Bio-Retention Material
    • Millings
    • Asphalt Dust
    • #3/4 Stone (Concrete or Asphalt)
    • #7/#8 Stone (Concrete or Asphalt)
    • #2 Stone (Concrete or Asphalt)
    • RC-6
    • Concrete Dust
    • Fill Dirt
  • Materials Accepted for Drop-Off

    List is subject to change:

    • Wood Chips
    • Logs – 18” diameter and smaller, 6' length or longer
    • Clean Top Soil/Fill Dirt
    • Concrete
    • Brick/Block
    • Asphalt/Millings

    During Weather related clean up, the Repurposing Center may accept tree limbs and other debris. This is determined on a storm by storm basis, and residents will be notified. 

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Talbot County Government’s Repurposing Center Mitigates Environmental Impact on the Mid-Shore

Talbot County Government’s Repurposing Center Mitigates Environmental Impact on the Mid-Shore

05/05/2022
Category: Repurposing Center Roads and County Facilities

Talbot County’s Repurposing Center outside of Easton creates 25 re-sellable materials for the County to sell to over 113 Mid-Shore haulers, contractors, and municipalities with valid Maryland business licenses.

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