Washington Township

211 Route 31 North

Washington, NJ  07882

(908) 689-7200

 

 

 

Township of Washington
County of Warren - Office of Recycling
211 Route 31 North
Washington, NJ

Peter deBoer Phone (908) 689-7204     
Suzanne Heerwagen Phone (908) 689-7203     
Recycling Coordinator Fax (908) 689-9234

 

Click here  for Vegetative Waste Disposal Info and Schedule

Click here  for a Guide to Recycling at the Convenience and Recycling Center

Click here for a Guide to Recycling Electronics and Metal

Special Update on Non-Acceptable Items - We can no longer accept CRT Monitors & TV's.  Click here for more information.

Click here regarding SustainAbilities Electronics Recycling, including CRT Monitors & TV's

Recycling Guide from the Warren County Landfill and Convenience Center located at 500 Mt. Pisgah Avenue in Oxford.

Resident Information from the Warren County Landfill and Convenience Center located at 500 Mt. Pisgah Avenue in Oxford.


A Guide To  Recycling In Washington Township at the Drop Off Center

Where:  The Washington Township Municipal Garage, Port Colden, 
              (located behind the Port Colden School).

When:    The Second Saturday of each month; from 9:00 am  - 3:00 pm 

How:       Materials brought to the center do not have to be separated:

Clear, Brown, Green and Blue Glass - 
    Clear, brown, green, and blue glass do not have to be separated. Please remove all metal caps and rings.
Only glass bottles and jars are accepted.


Aluminum Cans - 
    Clean and flatten; a magnet doesn't stick to them; foil and pie pans are not accepted.

Tin And Bi-medal Cans -  
    Clean, remove labels, remove lids and bottoms and flatten; a magnet will stick to these cans; seamless bottom cans can be flattened by stepping on the side, then the bottom.

Empty Aerosol Cans - 
    No pesticide cans. (Please put in a separate clear plastic bag).

Newspaper 
    Must be bundled and tied, no plastic or paper bags.

Pet Plastic Bottles - 
    (Soda Bottles: #1  Plastic) - Clean, remove caps and rings, flatten.

Clear HDPE Plastic  Bottles 
    (Milk and water jugs:  #2 Plastic) - Clean, remove caps and rings, flatten. 

Colored HDPE Plastic Bottles - 
    (Detergent & other bottles:  #2 Plastic ) Clean, remove caps and rings, 
    flatten. These have a dull finish.

Clear or Colored PVC Plastic Bottles - 
    
(Bottles only, various  products: #3 Plastic) - 
    Clean, remove caps and rings, flatten. These all have a very shiny finish.  
    Clear PVC makes a white line when creased.

Clear or Colored Polypropylene Plastic - 
    (Bottles only, various products: #5 Plastic) - Clean, remove caps and rings, flatten.

Household Batteries - 
    (All kinds) - Place in plastic baggies;  keep dry and away from children. 
    Rechargeable appliances should be brought to the hazardous waste cleanup day (they have a battery inside).

Corrugated Cardboard - 
Corrugated Cardboard (top & bottom outside layer and an inside waffle layer – flatten, bundle & tie with twine.

                 NO containers that contain motor oil, pesticides or hazardous chemicals will be accepted. 

                                             These  are the only materials  handled at the recycling center