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Recycling Office

Recycling Coordinator

Ronald C. Carroll, CPWM, CRP  email
                                                                                             Weymouth Township Recycles Every Other Thursday
DPW Garage:         609-476-2102                                       Please place the material curbside by 7:00 a.m.
DPW Voice Mail:    609.476.2633x200
Fax:                         609.476.4466

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Weymouth Township uses Single Stream Recycling

Which is serviced by the Atlantic County Utilities Authority. Information pertaining to the material that is accepted for recycling can be viewed by clicking HERE

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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 this HERE

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Electronic Recycling Program
Weymouth Township Department of Public Works will be offering to residents a FREE electronics-recycling program. The electronics-recycling program will be picked up the second Tuesday of each month. Have the electronics curbside by 7:00 am.

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Household disposable batteries can go in the trash; rechargeable batteries are accepted at the Weymouth Township Municipal Building, 45 South Jersey Ave., Dorothy, NJ. Call 609.476.2102 for any information.

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Recycling Bucket Request
– 609.272.6950 or for information to obtain a recycle bucket click HERE

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 Information and Complaints – 609.272.6950 or click HERE

Recycling Information
        ACUA Single Stream-01Recycling
l Why Recycling is Important l How To Start A Compost Pile
l Batteries - Call to Recycle l Safe Syringe Disposal
l Electronic Recycling Program l Single Stream Recycling
l Mandatory Recycling Materials l Reasons To Clean Up Dog Waste
l Recommended Recycling Materials l How To Reduce Household Waste