Carpeting, sheet flooring and similar materials must be in lengths not to exceed 4 feet and securely tied in bundles not more than 2 feet thick and/or 40 pounds in weight.
Furniture small enough to be dismantled and put in your automated cart may be disposed of with household garbage. Larger furniture,
such as couches, mattresses, etc. may be placed curbside. Metal bed
frames should be disassembled and will be picked up by appointment
with the metal pick up each Wednesday.
Wooden fencing should be cut into lengths not to exceed 4 feet in
length by 2 feet thick and/or 40 pounds.
Lumber, shingles, wallboard or other building materials that does not
require a Township permit should be stacked and securely tied in
bundles not to exceed 4 feet in length by 2 feet thick and/or 40 pounds per bundle. Protruding nails or other sharp objects must be removed from all materials prior to collection. Glass should be removed from window casings and packaged for disposal, free of sharp edges.
Sheeted glass must be broken up and placed in a sealed box clearly
marked "glass". This is picked up as a bulk item. Call DPW for an
Rolloff Container/Dumpster Rental
The fee for municipal property maintenance dumpsters is increased to $400 per rental. This fee increase is strictly to cover the actual cost to the Township of such a container rental. Residents may rent a 30 cubic yard Property Maintenance Dumpster for seven days. Use is limited to disposal of personal property household items generated by a major cleanup or in preparation for transfer of ownership. Container is intended to eliminate need for curbside pick up of large piles of refuse.
These dumpsters are not to be used to dispose of concrete, asphalt, brick, masonry, stone, soil, garden timbers, and construction materials or from debris produced by work which requires a permit. Call DPW at (732) 297-1134 for further details or to schedule the rental of a dumpster.
Bulk materials or debris generated as a result of work requiring a Township permit
may not be picked up curbside and must be disposed of privately.
Concrete, asphalt and brick are not collected by the Township DPW. Please contact a private vendor for disposal