The Chesapeake Bay Trust and Prince George’s County Department of the Environment (DoE) are excited to announce a pilot program to gain a deeper understanding of illegal dumping activities and solutions to combat illegal dumping in Prince George’s County to support the “Growing Green with Pride” program designed to make communities cleaner and greener and reduce the amount of litter in neighborhoods and waterways.

Illegal dumping, like other forms of littering, causes a reduction of quality of natural resources, decreases the value of community spaces, and is costly to address. Prince George’s County combats illegal dumping using both reactive and passive methods such as using “no dumping” signs, cleaning sites following illegal dumps, and penalties against those caught illegally dumping. Prince George’s County is increasing their involvement to combat litter and has a goal to reduce the amount of litter in communities and waterways through the “Growing Green with Pride” program.

As such, Prince George’s County DoE is launching an illegal dumping pilot project and requests proposals from qualified consultants to be considered for execution of the scope of work found in the following Request for Proposals Document found here: Prince Georges County DoE_Illegal Dumping Pilot Program_RFP_FINAL_7-2021.


Maximum bid: $100,000
Proposal Deadline: 4pm EDT on September 22, 2021
Timeline: Work must be completed by January 1, 2023
Online Application:

More information found on the Chesapeake Bay Trust’s website here.

Please direct any questions to the Contract Officer:
Bre’Anna Brooks
410-974-2941 x112