Clean Harbors of Baltimore, Inc.

Clean Harbors

1910 Russell St, Baltimore, MD 21230 • 410-244-8200

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Clean Harbors of Baltimore, Inc. is located at 1910 Russell St, Baltimore, MD 21230.

The Baltimore plant services Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic United States as a treatment facility for a variety of industrial wastewaters and as a transfer station for other industrial waste including flammables, oxidizers, poisons, and reactive materials.
This facility also provides a unique liquid/liquid extraction system for treating organic contaminated wastewaters. Waste not treated on-site is shipped to other company-owned plants or approved ultimate disposal sites.

Typical Customers
Electronic equipment; chemical, plastics, and machinery manufacturers; medical facilities; laboratories; utilities; petroleum distribution; and government agencies.

To contact Clean Harbors of Baltimore, Inc. , call 410-244-8200, or view more information below. Looking for more locations in Baltimore, MD? Scroll down to see a listing of waste locations and handlers towards the bottom of this page.

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Contact Details

Street Address

1910 Russell St
Baltimore, MD 21230
United States


P: 410-244-8200

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Frequently Asked Questions

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