SWANA Sails into Baltimore 1658

October 2, 2001

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SWANA Sails into Baltimore

Michael Fickes

When you talk about the solid waste business in Baltimore, you’re talking about two separate and entirely different operations.

Do you mean Baltimore city or county? You need to be specific.

Home of the Inner Harbor, Super Bowl Champions the Baltimore Ravens and site of WASTECON 2001, Baltimore city is just a boat ride away from the Chesapeake Bay.

Baltimore county, on the other hand, with its sprawling horse farms, agricultural heritage, nature preserves and growing business presence, encircles Baltimore city to the north, east and west. The Chesapeake Bay and Ann Arundel county lie to the south.

Each Baltimore is a distinct political entity. Consequently, each is responsible for its own set of public services, including solid waste removal, recycling and disposal.

Read more about Balitimore City and Baltimore County's solid waste operations in Waste Age's October 2001 issue.

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