How do I get a new recycling bin in NJ?
Containers can be obtained Monday – Friday at the Department of Public Works at 400 Jersey Avenue from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, excluding holidays. Each new homeowner is entitled to two free 20-gallon recycling containers for each residential unit at the time they purchase their new home.
What can go in recycle bin in NJ?
In addition to plastic bags and Styrofoam, recycling bins should be free of food waste, no takeout food containers, no dishware, glass, or mirrors, no tubs (yogurt or margarine), no paper towels, hangers, cups or plates, flower pots, video tapes, pots & pans, bulbs, batteries, hoses, shredded paper and no syringes.
How do I get the Recycle Bin off my desktop?
Right-click the desktop. Select Personalize in the pop-up menu. In the Personalize appearance and sounds window, click the Change desktop icons link on the left side. Uncheck the Recycle Bin box and click OK.
What plastic can you put in recycling bin?
The most commonly recycled plastics are: 1 – Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) – water bottles and plastic trays. 2 – High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) – milk cartoons and shampoo bottles. 5 – Polypropylene (PP) – margarine tubs and ready-meal trays.
How do I dispose of shredded paper in NJ?
Recycle Shredded Paper Responsibly:
- All shredded paper that will be set at curbside for collection or that will be deposited at a local recycling center should be put into clear or light-colored plastic bags, such as grocery bags.
- Dark colored trash bags should not be used.
Can I recycle shredded paper?
This should be placed in the household recycling bin if you have small amounts. If you are running a business and have large amounts of paper waste you may want to consider procuring the services of a specialised company to process it.
How do you recycle Styrofoam in NJ?
Residents can drop off Styrofoam at the Union DPW yard, located at 1 Swanstrom Place, Monday – Friday from 8:30 to 4 pm. Residents can bring Styrofoam to the Westfield Conservation Center, 1300 Lamberts Mill Road, anytime the Center is open.
Where can I recycle in Burlington NJ?
City Recycling Drop-off Center, 850 Jacksonville Rd., accepts recyclables (see: Recycling: What Gets Collected above). They also accept paint, brush, and scrap metal, but not appliances. Take these rejected materials to the Burlington County landfill, or rent a dumpster at your own expense.
What are the drop off hours at the Burlington County Landfill?
Drop-off hours are M–F 7am–4pm and Sat 7 am–Noon. No appointment is necessary, but you must stop at the scalehouse upon your arrival to be weighed in. Call the Burlington County Landfill & Recycling Depot at 609-499-5300.
How do I dispose of metal and white goods in Burlington?
Call Johanne to schedule pick-up at: The City no longer makes curbside pick-ups of metal and white goods, such as TVs, computer monitors, washers, dryers, and refrigerators. You may take your metals and white goods to the Burlington County Landfill & Recycling Depot located on Columbus Road.
Who is responsible for recycling in Tabernacle Township?
The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders is responsible for the paper, plastic, aluminum, glass and computer recycling program in Tabernacle Township. As of January 1, 2011 televisions and computers, including laptops and monitors will be banned from all landfills and incinerators in New Jersey.