Trash Collection and Recycling Information

Trash Schedule

2018-2019 Recycle Schedule

What can be recycled?

Single Stream Recycling Update

General - Please note that the items listed below may not be set out for pick-up prior to 6 p.m. on evening before the scheduled collection day.

Trash Collection Tuesdays,Wednesdays and Thursdays. For Holiday changes please see the Trash Schedule above.  Please note that carpet must be cut into 4' section, rolled and tied.

White Goods (ALL APPLIANCES). These items are picked-up on the first Friday of each month and must be called into the Township . Residents must contact the township receptionist at 267-5723x200 to inform her of the address where the item will be located. Residents must remove doors from appliances and dismantle swing sets.

Cans, glass, paper and plastic are collected every other Monday through an interlocal government services agreement with Burlington County. Recyclables are to placed at the curb prior to 6:00 AM on collection day. The Township distributes a recycling schedule annually and For further information on recycling, please call the "Burlington County Recycling Hotline" - (609) 267-6889.

Township Drop Off . Residents may drop off small quantities ( a trunk load) of cardboard, tires, glass, and aluminum at the recycling shed behind the Police Building located at 725 Smithville Road at any time.

Brush Recycling - The Public Works Department collects brush placed curbside as part of our Brush Recycling Program.  Brush is collected the first full week of each month.  Smaller sticks and twigs can be bundled for collection through regular trash collection.  Bundles should be no longer than four feet and weigh less than 50 pounds.

Leaves may not be placed in trash. The Township will pick-up leaves on an ongoing basis starting November 1st until they are all picked-up (usually complete by end of February.) Leaves may be raked to curb or bagged.


Stumps, Large Shrubs and Trees. The Township will not collect these items. Residents should arrange for disposal through their landscape service or deliver them directly to the Burlington County Resource Recovery Facility in Mansfield. Take Route 295 to exit 52A and bear right off of exit ramp. The facility is just about 100 yards down the road. The phone number is 499-5300. There is a charge for disposal please call the facility for current rates.    

Hazardous Materials such as paint, motor oil, lead acid batteries, anti-freeze, pool chemicals. These items must be delivered to the Burlington County Resource Recovery Facility in Mansfield and are accepted by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call 499-5200. Take Route 295 to exit 52A and bear right off of exit ramp. The facility is just about 100 yards down the road.