Recycling Facility & Convenience Centers

Wicomico County currently owns and operates the Newland Park Landfill (NPLF) located on Brick Kiln Road, northwest of the city of Salisbury. The site covers approximately 125 acres. The facility on a daily average processes 290 tons of solid waste along with a regional recycling facility that processes recyclable materials for end users.

In addition, it also operates 11 convenience centers, (that accept recyclables) and nine recycling convenience drop-off centers. Convenience centers are for the use of homeowners to dispose of their household garbage and recyclables. A permit is required for the disposal of household garbage, whereas no permit is required to deposit recyclable materials in our recycling containers located in our convenience center drop-off stations. Permits are issued yearly and due for renewal on the anniversary date.  
Interactive Map:
View more information about the recycling drop-off centers please check the link near the bottom of the page..

Things Which Cannot Be Recycled


  • Ceramics
  • Clay Pots
  • Crystal
  • Drinking Glasses
  • Foam Products
  • Heat Resistant Ovenware
  • Light Bulbs
  • Mirrors
  • Plastic Bags
  • Plastic Glasses
  • Plastic Knives, Forks, Spoons
  • Toys
  • Window Glass
  • Tvs

Plastics For Recycling

  • Caps 
  • Cleaner containers (window, toilet, etc.)  
  • Detergent and bleach containers 
  • Flower pots 
  • Food containers (rinse before disposing)                 
  • Milk/water jugs  
  • Plastic cups
  • Salad dressing and condiment bottles 
  • Shampoo bottles 
  • Soda/juice bottles   
  • Sunscreen/medicine bottles 
  • Syrup bottles 
  • Yogurt and margarine containers
  • CD/DVD cases  
  • No automotive fluid bottles – oil, antifreeze,
    brake fluid
  • No pesticide containers (*Containers
    that are empty can be recycled. Filled containers, see Household Hazardous Waste Day for disposal)
  • No Styrofoam No PVC pipe, rubber tubing
  • No vinyl siding
  • No flexible water hose
  • No clear, clear top/brown bottom, clear top/Styrofoam bottom, or clamshell food containers usually used for take-out food and fruits/vegetables.
  • No plastic bags. This includes plastic bags grouped into one bag as well as plastic bags used to bundle other materials for recycling. Look for grocery and retail stores with plastic bag recycle bins.