Recycling Information

Recycling Mon - Fri 7:30am-3:00pm   First Saturday Jan - Dec 8:00am-12:00 noon

Bulky Waste/Household Cleanup: 
First Saturday - April/June/October 8:00am-12:00noon
One load per month per resident ID with proof of residency required.



Aluminum cans- Aluminum cans will be placed in dumpster marked commingled containers. NO PLASTIC BAGS

Batteries- Automotive and household batteries will be accepted

Cardboard/Brown Paper bags - Cardboard, brown paper bags MUST BE FLATTENED and will go in dumpster with Junkmail/Magazines and Newspaper.Cereal boxes-Six Sackholders-Pizza boxes Toilet Tissue/ Paper Towel Tubes are accepted.
                                             
Glass Bottles/Containers- All glass(brown, clear, green) will be placed in dumpster marked commingled containers. Absolutely NO window or plate glass, Auto or Safety glass, or Pyrex containers will be accepted.  Bottles, Jars, or Jugs only! NO PLASTIC BAGS

Junkmail/Magazines- Junkmail/magazines will go in container with Corrugated Cardboard and Newspaper. Magazines should be cross tied in bundles. Junk mail may be dumped in brown paper bags or loose but MUST NOT BE IN PLASTIC BAGS.Books both hard and soft covered and phonewill be accepted. NO photos or photography paper, plastic coated files or binders or carbon paper will be accepted.

Newspaper- Newspaper will go in container with Cardboard and Junk mail/Magazines and must be cross tied in bundles. NO PLASTIC BAGS 

Plastic Containers- Plastic containers #1 through #7 only will go in container marked commingled containers. (motor oil and plastic detergent leave lids on)
NO Plastic Buckets-Pails or Flower Pots-Plastic Toys- NO Plexiglass- NO Dinner Ware/Utensils or Tupperware. NO PLASTIC BAGS

Tin Food and Beverage Cans- Tin food and beverage cans will go in container marked commingled containers.  No paint or aerosol cans, old pots and or frying pans. No junk or metal scrap of any kind just cans. NO PLASTIC BAGS

 Residents must place all items in containers as marked NO PLASTIC BAGS. No dumping of items other than those listed above will be permitted. Items permitted during household cleanup days held on the second Saturday each month may not be dumped. There will be no exceptions to this rule.

The transfer station in Annandale N.J. is open Monday thru Friday 7:00am-4:30pm and  Saturdays 7:00am-1:00pm.

The transfer station will accept the following recyclables:
Aluminu/tin cans, Cardboard, Glass bottles and containers, Mixed Office paper, Magazines/Junkmail Newspaper, Plastic containers marked #1and #2 only.

Hazardous Waste Collection Dates - Transfer Station Info: Contact  Hunterdon County 908-788-1110 

Any further questions, please call Alan Dilley at 908-735-8384

 

 

 

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