We thank the Monmouth Beach Residents for your help
Newspapers-tied in bundles, 8-10 inches high
Corrugated cardboard-flattened & tied in bundles or in larger box
Office paper & mixed paper
Aluminum, Tin, Steel and Bimetals cans
Glass bottles & jars
Plastic #1 & 2, but not margarine, butter or baby wipe containers
Vegetative waste pick-up
Must be in cans, bags or tied in bundles
Brush, hedge clippings, twigs, small branches, etc…
Landscapers are responsible for removal of brush & debris
Grass clippings will not be picked up as the landfill does not accept them
Branch or tree limbs for chipping
Branches up to 6 inches in diameter & 4-8 feet in length
Branches must be placed at the curb, all butt ends facing the same direction
Bulk pick-up – Collection of special large items
By appointment only
Please call Borough Hall at 732-229-2204 ext. 1001
Four (4) pick-ups per household per year
Metals & Appliances WILL be picked up
Only a “reasonable” amount of bulk will be picked up. We do not haul away a garage, basement or contents of an entire home. You will have to call a private dumpster company for a disposal that large.
No construction or demolition debris will be picked up
LEAF PICK-UP BEGINS IN OCTOBER UNTIL JANUARY
Rake leaves to the curbside as they are picked up with a vacuum
No branches or twigs can be mixes in or placed on top of leaf piles; nothing but leaves can be pulled in by the vacuum
Behind Borough Hall
Cardboard, newspaper, mixed paper and cans/bottles/plastic
Household Hazardous waste Facility, 3211 Shafto Road, Tinton Falls 732-683-8686
Hours: Tues & Wed 12-4 pm; Thurs & Fri 12-8 pm and Sat 8-4 pm
Pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, paints, solvents, thinners, varnishes,
Pool chemicals, propane BBQ tanks. Materials must be in marked containers with
Original labels. Maximum 200 lbs. dry/20 gals liquid material per visit.
Why Recycle ?
It has economic and environmental benefits. All this “stuff” no longer goes into landfills. As much as possible, it’s re-manufactured into new products-glass reshaped, newspaper remade as paper; plastic drinking containers become lumber. Recycling saves resources and raw materials.
It costs you nothing. It sells the “stuff”. Not at a profit, but it saves the borough dumping fees at the County landfill, and makes our recycling self-financing.
It’s the law. Violators are subject to penalties, including fine, jail and/or community service. It’s a violation if you put recyclables in with regular garbage. At the County Reclamation Center all garbage is dumped on the floor and if they find recycling the Borough gets fined.
To clarify what to do: Call Borough Hall At 732-229-2204
Superintendent of Public Works: Joe Chirichello Lester Jones Anthony Giurlando Andy Anderson Mark Godsil John Schulz Brian Bartsche