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Bulk Trash Pickup

Bulk trash is contracted by Weymouth Township to be picked up by Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) each Thursday along with regular Trash Pick-up; four items are allowed each week. Large items generated by your household such as furniture, toys, mattresses… make up “Bulk Waste”. Please use common sense when placing items out for collection.

The trash men cannot and will not deal with items that weigh hundreds of pounds or an entire basement, attic or garage contents dumped in a large pile.

Carpet is accepted but must be cut into 4' lengths, rolled and tied with twine. (1 roll = 1 bulk item)

Electronics will be picked up curbside the second Tuesday of each month by the Weymouth Township Department of Public Works, for info call for details 609.476.2102.

Latex Paint is not hazardous waste. Dried paint can be disposed of in the trash. Click HERE for info.
Oil base paint is considered Household Hazardous Waste and can be dropped off at ACUA Drop-off Days. Click HERE for info.

Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
Call Atlantic County Utilities Authority at 609.272.6950 or for information pertaining to the material that is accepted for recycling can be viewed by clicking HERE

Batteries -Household Alkaline batteries can go in the trash; rechargeable lithium-ion, nickel-cadmium, silver-oxide and lead-acid batteries are accepted at the Weymouth Township Municipal Building, 45 South Jersey Ave., Dorothy, NJ. Call 609.476.2102 for information.


  • Tires
  • Propane tanks
  • Electronics – computers, monitors, TV’s, etc. (picked up second Tuesday of each month)
  • Toxic substances - paint, oil, antifreeze, fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, etc.
  • Building materials of any kind- lumber, sheetrock, kitchen/bathroom cabinets, fencing, etc.. or items containing Freon.

The above items will not be picked up by any haulers contracted with Weymouth Township. You must arrange privately to dispose of these items or call the Atlantic County Utilities Authority for information at 609-272-6950 or 1-800-613-ACUA.