6120 Mill Road Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey 08234
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Summer Hours: 6:00 am - 2:30 pm (last Monday in May until the last Friday in August)
Trash Collection (EHT)
New residents should contact Public Works for their designated collection day. Only receptacles provided by the Township will be collected.
Trash containing recyclable materials will be tagged and left curbside.
Your trash container is for regular household trash only. The container has a weight limit of 300 lbs and is assigned to your specific address (remains with the property even if you move). Have your container at the curb and available for collection by or before 6:00 a.m. on your regular collection day.
PLEASE PLACE THE CONTAINER AT THE CURB OR ON THE EDGE OF THE STREET WITH THE LID OPENING FACING THE STREET. DO NOT PLACE THE CONTAINER BEHIND OR NEAR VEHICLES, MAILBOXES OR OTHER CONTAINER (such as recycling) and leave approximately 10 feet between the container and any other objects (recycling, telephone pole, parked cars, mailboxes, hydrants, etc.).Only regular household trash placed in the container will be collected. Any loose or bagged trash placed next to the container will not be collected. Bulk trash will be collected according to the schedule below. The monthly collection of bulky trash is not for regular or excess sanitary waste.
Bulky waste includes bamboo, wood, lumber, brush,
upholstered furniture, bedding, mattresses, etc.
During your scheduled week, items are collected by different trucks
Place items curbside on your bulky waste week (as indicated below)
Bulky waste must be at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on Monday of your scheduled week
Thursday Trash Day - Bulky pick up is the third (3rd) full (7 days) calendar week of each month
Friday Trash Day - Bulky pickup is the fourth (4th) week of each month
Wood 4'x8'x3' maximum total, should be stacked neatly at the curb. Nails should be removed (preferably) or bent over for worker safety.
Residents are responsible for the entire load when they have more than a pickup truckload.
Disposal of demolition and construction materials is the resident's responsibility.
Demolition and construction materials WILL NOT be collected.
Bamboo must be cut to 4' lengths
Grass and Leaves are collected as close to the regular trash day as possible by a separate truck.
Bagged grass and leaves will only be collected in biodegradable paper bags (designed for vegetative waste) weighing less than 50 lbs. Do not mix bags of trash and bags of leaves in the same pile or they will not be collected.
Place the following items curbside and call Public Works at 926-3838
Electronics - Portable Electronics, VCR's, DVD Players, Computers and Televisions
Metal/Appliances/White Goods, Freon Appliances - Metal/Appliances should be placed at the curb with all wood and foreign materials removed from the metal. Doors MUST be removed from refrigerators and freezers. Disposal of sliding glass doors is the resident's responsibility.
Tires - Limited to 4 passenger car or pickup truck tires per residence per month. Rims MUST be removed
Household carpet and padding should be disposed of by the Carpet Contractor or the Resident
The ACUA does accept carpet and padding for a fee.
POLICIES AND SAFE PRACTICES FOR PLACING ITEMS AT THE CURB FOR REMOVAL
There is a maximum weekly limit of one 96 gallon receptacle per household. The weight of your receptacle must not exceed 300 lbs.
Bulky waste and receptacles placed at the curb for collection should not be placed in the vicinity of mailboxes or vehicles.
Trash receptacles must not be allowed to collect rainwater. Trash container lids should be kept closed to avoid allowing the container to collect water. Water weighs 8 pounds per gallon. It substantially increases the costs of disposing of the trash thereby wasting your tax dollars.
Medical waste such as needles should not be placed curbside for collection.
Wood debris must have the nails either bent over or removed to minimize the potential for puncture injuries.
Pool chemicals must not be placed at the curb for pick up as they can present a toxic fume, fire and explosion hazard that can risk the health of not only the sanitation workers but also for the surrounding public. Pool chemicals can be properly disposed of at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority.
For more information please call the ACUA at 609-272-6950