After a busy morning mutual aid call to Mechanicstown Fire District for a structure, Maybrook was toned out once again for a fire but this time it was in our First Due at Taylor Recycling Facility on Neelytown Rd. Upon arrival of Maybrook Car 3 there was a heavy black smoke conditions that could actually be seen for miles. Car 3 quickly had Orange 911 sound for a 2nd alarm fire. Engine 210 was the first due engine on scene and quickly established a water supply by the hydrant located right outside of Taylor Recycling, 2nd Due was Maybrook Tanker who came in to supply Engine 210 with water as well and also hook up to supply Montgomery FD Ladder truck. A 3rd alarm was sounded and then once again for a tanker task force that came to a 4th alarm. Coldenham set up a drafting site right in at Taylor at a pond and Campbell Hall had water supply also setup with water ponds for tankers to drop and go. Fire was knocked down really quick by Maybrook and mutual aid companies. Fire was accidentally started by material being lit from sparks coming from welding.