North Brunswick Township has contracted with Waste Management to perform the curbside recycling collection. Waste Management processes recycling using a "single stream" program. This means that residents can put all their recycling together in the container. Residents are free to continue to separate their recycling if they chose to do so. For more information about Waste Management's Single Stream Recycling processes, please visit www.wm.com
Each resident is to purchase their own recycling container, the township does not provide them. Any color of recycling container is allowed and the size of container must not be more than 35 gallons in size. Residents must place recycling out the night before (or no later than 6 a.m.) on collection day.
Did you know…
You can use any style container, including old garbage cans, for recyclables.
There are four major components to curbside recycling:
Glass bottles, jars, plastic containers, aluminum cans, steel cans, and tin cans.
Please do not include plastic or paper bags with your recycling materials.
Mixed paper includes mail, envelopes, catalogs, magazines, office paper and used books.
Newspapers must be tied in bundles no more than 12 inches high.
| Corrugated Cardboard
Corrugated cardboard, such as shipping boxes, should be flattened and bundled together no larger than 48”x24”x12”. The bundles should be no heavier than 40 pounds.
Have a question about the specific recycling guidelines?
Call Waste Management at 1-800-633-9096
Have questions about the recycling schedule?
Call North Brunswick DPW 732-297-1134