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Municipal, Waste & Recycling Equipment

With over 35 years of experience, industry knowledge and commitment to customer service, Mid-Atlantic is your equipment solution specialist. From refuse, recycling and sewer equipment to knuckleboom trucks and sweepers, we provide the equipment as well as the parts and service to keep you up and running. We will work with you to better understand your business and specific needs so that we can recommend the best equipment for your application.

Our world-class products include:

  • Refuse Equipment
  • Recycling Equipment
  • Sewer and Environmental Equipment
  • Sweepers
  • Specialized Equipment
  • And more!

If you need heavy-duty recycling or waste management equipment that can operate in the toughest conditions, choose Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems. We’ve been supplying material handling equipment to Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia for more than 30 years, and we stand by our equipment.

Contact us online or call us TOLL FREE at 800-338-7274 today!

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Founded in 1985 by Rich Hood, Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems began in a modest office in Centreville, Maryland. Together with his wife, who was his first office manager and bookkeeper, Rich moved their office to Easton, Maryland in 1988, which subsequently became the Corporate headquarters location. In 1993, the Company opened an additional facility in Clinton, MD and continued a pattern of growth from that point on.

Today, Mid-Atlantic Waste serves customers with (8) eight fully staffed service locations in the mid-Atlantic region. These facilities include:

Easton, MD | Clinton, MD | Chesapeake, VA | New Castle, DE | Salem, VA | Pittsburgh (Cheswick), PA | Hampton, VA | Manassas, VA 

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  • Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, mental or physical disability.
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