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Group Description

Welcome to FreecycleBaltimore, where one person's trash is another's treasure! PLEASE READ THIS PAGE BEFORE APPLYING.

No matter what you have or what condition it's in, don't throw it out! Anything that can be reused or repurposed can be recycled here! As long as it's free, legal, age-appropriate, and given away with no strings attached.



This group can NOT be used for:
  • selling
  • trading
  • borrowing
  • requesting donations


Groups are local, so you must live in one of the sections of Baltimore City or County that we cover.


Following are the areas we do NOT cover. Click on the link for where you live to join your local group:
*Northwestern Baltimore County (west of I-83)
*Southeast Baltimore City/County East of I-95 (Essex/Middle River area)
*Southeast Baltimore City/County East of I-95 (Dundalk area)
*Baltimore City south of the Patapsco (Brooklyn/Curtis Bay area)
*Anywhere else outside Baltimore County



After putting in your application, reply within 7 days to the message you'll receive or your application will expire.



This group is run by volunteers, so please be nice. Please be sure to read the complete Rules file BEFORE posting. (You will receive that and several other information files when you join, and members can also get all files on the website.) The volunteers give a lot of personal time to make this group possible -- please give a little of your time to make sure your posts follow the rules.



If you have questions, write to: freecyclebaltimore-owner@yahoogroups.com

Group Information

  • 6900
  • Recycling
  • Mar 18, 2004
  • English

Group Settings

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  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages from new members require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

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