Recycling Information

Recycling Coordinator:  Donna McBreen
Department of Public Works
500 Pemberton-Browns Mills Rd.
Pemberton, NJ 08068

Phone:  609.836.5258
Facsimile:  609.894.2703

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday
7 AM - 3:30 PM

***See Summer Hour Info!!!

**Regularly scheduled recycling collection may be delayed or canceled over the next couple of months due to the effects of COVID-19 upon staffing and volume of recyclable materials being placed at the curb. Please contact 609.499.5300 with any concerns.

**Recycling Schedule 2024/2025 - Check Here for the Most Updated Information!!

**Special Drop-Off for Bulky Rigid Plastic

Effective 1/1/2011, Televisions must be recycled and not collected with solid waste.  You may drop off your electronics at the Public Works yard.  The Township will no longer accept small electronics such as DVD players, CD players, fax machines, stereos, and radios.  These items may be put out with regular solid waste pick up. 

Recycling Items can be dropped off 24 hours a day.  Cardboard, paper, magazines, paperback books, plastics, glass, and aluminum may be placed in appropriate containers at no charge.  Receptacles are located behind the Municipal Building in front of the Public Works gate.

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What Can Be Recycled?

What to do with Syringes

Recycle Coach App

If your recyclables are not picked up, please call the County Recycling Center at 609-267-6889

Burlington County Recycling Information

Paper Shredding

Storm Water Pollution Solutions

Refrigerator & Freezer Recycling

The Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling Program promotes responsible recycling of refrigerators and freezers and offers a $50 incentive.  More information is available here

Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex
22000 Columbus Rd., Mansfield, NJ 08022

This facility will accept the following:

Car batteries, propane tanks, paint, flammables, toxics, pesticides, corrosives, lead-acid batteries, household batteries, oil, antifreeze, building supplies, lawnmowers, and building materials.  This facility can accept all types of hazardous waste.  The only waste they cannot accept are radioactives, (i.e., smoke detectors) cylinders, explosives, and medical waste.   Click here for hours of operation and other additional information.  There is a fee for disposal


The Resource Recovery Complex will accept asbestos waste from residents of Burlington County.  The asbestos must have been generated from a residence.  No asbestos generated at a commercial location can be accepted.  For details call 609.499.5200.

Asbestos Disposal Cost

Non-Friable Asbestos $5.00 (50 lbs)
Friable Asbestos $6.07 (50 lbs)

Information regarding battery disposal and recycling can be found here