Disposal Guide

Please review the information below or see the 2021 Garbage & Recycling Guide.

ItemScheduleCollection
Aerosol Cans

Special Scheduled Events

BCUA
Appliances (stoves, washers/dryers, refrigerators, water heaters, etc.)4th Wednesday of each monthCurbside
Basketball Poles (cement removed)4th Wednesday of each monthCurbside
Batteries: Car and Truck

Special Scheduled Events

BCUA
BBQ Grills4th Wednesday of each monthCurbside
Box-springs/MattressesBulk Trash CollectionCurbside
Cardboard: Corrugated (mandatory) & All Types (voluntary)On your recycling Thursday or  drop off at Recycling CenterCurbside
Computer Equipment (keyboard, mouse, power cords, CD’s, printers, fax)Special Scheduled EventsBCUA
Computers & Electronics (monitors, screens, towers, laptops, modems, tablets, see BCUA link for complete listing)Special Scheduled EventsBCUA
Exercise Equipment4th Wednesday of each monthCurbside
Furniture: Wooden and UpholsteredBulk Trash CollectionCurbside
Metal Items (hangers, cookie trays, bicycles, anything 75% or more metal)4th Wednesday of each monthCurbside
Paint (varnishes, solvents, thinners)

Special Scheduled Events

BCUA
NewspaperRecycling DayCurbside/East Side of NJ Transit
Speakers and Stereos (E-Waste collection)Special Scheduled EventsBCUA
StyrofoamHousehold GarbageCurbside
Telephone Books, textbooks, and paperbacksDrop off at Recycling Center in
“paper” container
Recycling Center
TiresSpecial Scheduled EventsBCUA
TVs (E-waste collection: DVD & CD players)Special Scheduled EventsBCUA
Wood Waste (except pressure treated or wolmanized lumber)If using a contractor, the contractor is responsible to dispose of any construction material for work being done. If no contractor being used, regular wood waste - not treated - can be put out for bulk trash. The pieces should be no longer than 4 feet and bunched together for easy collection by one person.