Recycling

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Non-Residential Recycling Initiative       Non-Residential Inspection/Checklist  

Denville Recycling Regulations

2014 Recycling Pickup Schedule

2014 Hazardous Waste Pickup Schedule (TBA)

Leaf, Brush and other schedules and info
please refer to the most recent copy of the Hub Times 

Morris County Hazardous Waste Facility for household hazardous materials

 

Street, Garbage, Recycling & Voting Ward List (Detail View) Includes Scheduled Pick-up Days
Street, Garbage, Recycling & Voting Ward List (Lookup View) Includes Scheduled Pick-up Days
Recycling Brochures 
Township of Denville – Department of Public Works Depot  
What you can Recycle in NewJersey 
Recycling index 
Household Hazardous Waste Management   -- disposal of hazardous and non hazardous chemicals

recycling green      
Reduce, reuse, recycle! It's the law!     

Please Contact Dept. of Public Works with Recycling Questions
973-625-8334

Recycling is MANDATORY in Denville

Important Notice: On April 28, 2008, the Denville Township Council adopted and the Mayor signed an ordinance, as required by the State and County, making recycling mandatory in Denville Township.

It is against the law to mix recyclables with trash. Violators of this law will not have their trash picked up and may be subject to a fine.

Denville Township Recycling Ordinance #6-08:

A warning for not properly recycling will be issued for any first offence. For any subsequent offence, a fine of at least $250 and not more than $1000 will be issued to the offender for each time they do not follow the law.

According to Denville Township's Municipal Ordinance and State Law, all residents, businesses, and institutions are required to recycle.

Owner, operator or manager of a business, institution, office complex, hotel, school and multi-family dwellings must ensure that a recycling program is in place.

Commercial establishments are required to submit annual recycling plans and or vendor contracts by January 15 of each year. See our forms Center for example of recycling plan. Report must be sent to:

Denville Department of Public Works, 140 Morris Ave, Denville, NJ 07834.

Each business, institution, office complex, hotel, school and multi-family dwellings is required to complete a recycling tonnage report on or before March 1st of each year. See our Forms Center for example of recycling plan. Report must be sent to:

Denville Department of Public Works, 140 Morris Ave, Denville, NJ 07834.

See our Forms Center to download the form and instructions 

 "where to donate alternative material  in Morris County"

 


 

Township of Denville

Flyers and Posters for all recycling items are available in our Form/Document Center

"Township of Denville Recycle Schedule and General Township Recycle Information

Single Stream Residential Recyling has arrived. See resident  section for information."  

Public Works Depot now accepts large rigid plastic    

 

Guidelines for Proper Preparation/Recycle of Shredded Paper 



Morris County Information 

MUA 
 


 State Information 


Federal Information
 

 

Trash Poster Grey Bin Recycling Poster Blue Bin Sustainable Pledge Form