Freehold Township Announces 2013 Recycling Schedule

Recyclables will be collected every other week by the recycling sector and should be placed at the curb by 6 a.m. on the specified collection day.

Freehold Township has released the 2013 Recycling collection schedule for all six of the township's sectors.

Collection will take place every other week in each sector beginning on Monday and continuing through Saturday. The complete schedule can be seen here.

Not sure which sector your home falls into? View the sector break down in Freehold Township here.

Acceptable materials for curbside recycling:

The following materials will be collected by the recycling sector and should be placed at the curb by 6 a.m. on the specified collection day.

• Glass bottles and jars

• Aluminum, tin, and bi-metal cans

• #1 and #2 plastic pourable bottles

• Cardboard (folded and tied no larger than 30x30x6)

• Bundled newspaper

Material should be placed in hard-sided open containers no larger than 30-gallons and not in paper or plastic bags.

Recycling Center

If the curbside recycling schedule does not fit into your schedule, residents also have the option of bringing the recyclables listed above as well as many other items to the Township's Recycling Drop-Off Center on Jackson Mill Road at the Department of Public Works facility. The center is currently accepting Christmas trees and brush from Hurricane Sandy.

Scrap metal, electronic equipment, and other items such as air conditioning units, tires, used motor oil, household and automotive batteries, and clothing, are also accepted at the center. Before bringing items to the center, visit the recycling center's website for more information about what is accepted at the center.

Concerned citizen! January 04, 2013 at 01:44 AM
Great! How about cleaning the brush from the storm months ago!! Our roads are disgraceful!


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