This year, the Township will collect special pick-up items according to the recycling district and zone in which you reside. The 2011 sanitation calendar which you received in January explains the new trash collection, recycling program and special collection schedule. Trash collection and recycling information is also available via the Woodbridge Township web page at www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us or by calling Public Works at 732-738-1311 x3043.
Special Collection Guidelines:
- Have your garage sale on Saturday and Sunday – what you don’t sell or give away will be picked up for free the following week. Place discarded items at curbside after 4 p.m. the Sunday after your garage sale weekend. The bulk waste items will all be collected the following week.
- Bulk waste items include: furniture, wood, carpeting, appliances and mixed metals concrete (brick and block will be collected by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call 732-738-1311 x3043).
- No hazardous waste, tires, paint, or chemicals will be accepted.
- Free bulk waste pick up is for Woodbridge Township residents only! Anyone caught placing non-residential bulk waste for pick up will be prosecuted
Taking Out the Trash?
The WB News offers a friendly reminder that Township ordinances prohibit trash and/or bulk waste from being placed at the curb prior to 4 p.m. the day before scheduled collection (6 p.m. for commercial businesses participating in the paid Township collection program). Empty trash containers must be removed from the curb by 9 p.m. on collection day and properly stored at the rear or side of the property. Let’s work together to keep our own neat, clean and beautiful.
Drop-Off Bulk Waste for Free at the Township Recycling and Convenience Center
The Recycling and Convenience Center at Keasbey Public Works is open Mon. – Fri. from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, Sat. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on Sunday.
Bulk Waste Accepted: appliances, mixed metal, bulk waste, concrete, asphalt, brick, brush, leaves, old propane tanks and electronics (computers, monitors, scanners, PC’s, modems, printers, cables, keyboards and televisions).
Recycling Drop-Off: Glass bottles and jars, aluminum and tin cans, plastic bottles, newspaper, mixed paper and corrugated cardboard, paint, tires, batteries motor oil, anti-freeze and textiles (old clothing).