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1 Municipal Yard & Bulky Waste Policies Bedminster Wood and Brush- Fourth Monday in April Please go to for complete policy Leaves- Last week in October through November 30th on regular pickup days Please go to for complete policy Christmas Trees- Can be dropped off at public works facility Monday through Friday 7:30 to 3:00. Bulky Waste Policy- Must be taken to the Miller Lane facility. SEE SIDE NOTE Side note-with proof of residency and registration, residents may bring all the above materials to the Miller Lane facility on regular trash disposal days. Registration forms may be picked up at the Miller Lane facility or online. Contact Kevin Murray if any questions arise x501 Bernards Wood and Brush-Should be taken to the Recycling Center at Pill Hill. It is free but having a permit card will make your trip fast and easy. Grass is not allowed. Leaves-Should be brought in a container to the Recycling Center at Pill Hill. The resident must take the container back with them when they leave. Having a permit card will make your trip fast and easy. Bulky Waste Policy-Should be taken to the Recycling Center. Your permit card will be punched as per the current schedule. Side Note-All residents will receive a permit card free of charge for the following year. When dropping off the above materials it is important to have this card with you when you go to the Recycling Center. Contact Pat Monaco if any questions arise

2 Bernardsville Leaves and Brush May be taken to the Bernardsville Compost Facility located on Pill Hill Road. Please refer to the Borough website for additional details, Side Note- Residents must purchase an annual permit at the Borough Clerk s Office located in the Municipal Building. Permits are valid from April 1 of current year through March 31 of following year. Residents will be required to present proof of residency and must apply in person. This permit will allow twelve visits to the facility for leaf and brush disposal. Leaves- Curbside leaf collection will only be for residents in the downtown area. Any plots greater than three (3) acres are required to bring leaves to the landfill on Pill Hill road which is open on Saturdays. Please refer to the Borough website for additional details, Christmas Trees- May be taken to the landfill on Pill Hill Road. The landfill will be available to residents the first three (3) Saturdays after Christmas. Please contact Rob Haynes should you have any questions. Rob can be reached on Ext. 127, M-F 7:30 AM 3:00 PM Bound Brook Yard Debris-Branch Pickup-Begins in April - twice a month and ends in October for the North Side of Union Avenue and the South Side of Union Avenue- Call Borough Hall for 2015 dates Ext. 635 Leaves- Collection begins in October and ends in December North Side (North of Union Avenue)-Wednesday Finish North Side- Thursday Friday- South Side (South of Union Avenue) Christmas Trees- Place curbside during the first two weeks of January. Trees must not be in bags, decorated or containing metal. No stickers. There is no set schedule. Bulky Waste Pickup is on regular garbage day and items require one (1) sticker for every 25 pounds. No construction material will be picked up.

3 Metal Objects Pick up is the third Friday of each month. Items must have stickers (1 (one) sticker for every 25 pounds). No materials containing Freon gas will be collected without a certificate stating that the gas has been removed by a certified contractor. Call Borough Hall at x610 to schedule pickup. Contact Cindy Tierney if any questions arise at x610. Branchburg Bulk Trash, Brush, Metals are accepted at the Municipal Dumpsters, located at 34 Kenbury Road. The dumpster hours are every Friday 12-3pm and the first Saturday of the month, 9am to 3pm. Residents must obtain dumpster permits at the Municipal Clerk s office at Town Hall, hours 8:30am 4pm, price $ Christmas Trees may be brought to the dumpster area, also accepted at North Branch Park, Parking Lot A in Bridgewater or Colonial Park, Parking Lot F in Somerset. If further information is needed, contact Doreen Danner in the Public Works Office, x177. Bridgewater Wood, Leaves, and Brush- Residents may take their waste to the designated site. Christmas Trees-Must be dumped in designated sites during January. Sites will be listed in the local paper. Bulky Waste Policy - Designated drops will be announced at the Public Works Building. Contact Thomas Forsythe, Public Works Supervisor, at (908) extension 6000 Far Hills Wood and Brush- NO PICKUP Leaves- Annual pickup for the residents of the Village section of Far Hills only. Pickup is usually scheduled for the third week of November. Christmas Trees- NO PICKUP

4 Bulky Waste Policy NO PICKUP Contact Sheila Tweedie if any questions arise at Franklin Leaves curbside pick-up - Must be in Biodegradable bags purchased from Franklin Township. If not in Township purchased bags stickers must be purchased from Franklin Township and attached to other Biodegradable bags. Please check the township website Select the drop down on top for Departments then select the Department of Public Works for dates of pick up. Large Metal Appliances Every Other Monday from April to October on the Mondays the Convenience Center is scheduled to be opened only. Check the Township website for updated information regarding the Appliance pick up Select the drop down on top for Departments then select the Department of Public Works. To arrange for pickup of appliances, residents must purchase stickers. Stickers can be purchased at the following locations Public Works 40 Churchill Ave. M-F 7:00am to 2:30pm Municipal Building 475 DeMott Lane M-F 8:30am-4:30pm Other Materials- All other materials must be taken to the Convenience Center. The Convenience Center is located at 12 Berry Street. Please check the Township Website Select the drop down on top for Departments then select the Department of Public Works for dates, restrictions, costs and times of operation. Christmas tree pick-up - Trees must be free of all ornaments, lights, etc. Check the Township website Select the drop down on top for Departments then select the Department of Public Works for information regarding Christmas tree pick up. For updates and further information please call ext or log on the Township of Franklins Website

5 Green Brook Wood and Brush- There is a Spring branch collection throughout the Township that is divided into zones for pickup. Leaves- There is a Fall leaf pickup throughout the Township that is divided into zones for pickup. Leaves can either be placed curbside in piles or bagged in recyclable paper bags for pickup. Christmas Trees- There is a curbside pickup in January but there is no set schedule. Place your tree curbside and it will be picked up. Bulk Waste Policy- There is a Spring bulky waste & electronics drop-off in the municipal building parking lot on the first and third Saturdays in May. The fee is $5 per car and $10 per truck or trailer. If residents miss this drop off, they are advised to make arrangements with their private garbage hauler. Please see your Fall and Spring Township newsletters for schedules and times for any of the above events. Newsletters are mailed to each household and posted on the Township website Residents with any further questions may call ext Hillsborough Wood and Brush- To dispose of this material the residents will need a ticket to the Dump Day, which is held on the first and last Saturday in the months between and including April and September. Side Note- Senior citizens will have brush pickups Monday through Friday during April. Leaves- Leaves will be vacuumed curbside from Halloween to early December. Bulky Waste Policy- This pickup is the first and last Saturday of the month between April and September. Contact Glen Belnay if any questions arise at

6 Manville Visit the Borough of Manville s Website for Specific Guidelines and Pick Up Dates on the following Public Works Services Bulk Waste March thru November, Every other Tuesday. Bulk Waste Requires Stickers Yard Waste Every other Tuesday, Late Spring to Fall No Grass No Plastic Bags Leaves Loose Curbside Picked Up Once Per Week mid-october thru mid-december Leaves Bagged Picked Up on Yard Waste Day Biodegradable Bags or Containers No Plastic Bags Grass Clipping Drop Off Saturday s Late April to mid-october DPW Yard 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon Proof of Residency Closed for Holidays - Memorial Day / Fourth of July / Labor Day No Plastic Bags Millstone Wood and Brush - Once a year pickup in June at curbside. Leaves - Early December. Rake leaves to curb. Do not bag. Leaves will be vacuumed at curbside. Christmas Trees - NO pickup. Take to Colonial Park in Franklin Twp. Bulky Waste Policy - Once a year pickup in June curbside. Once the exact dates of each event are determined, residents will be mailed a postcard or check Millstone Borough s website at for details and application restrictions. Contact Denene Smerdon at (908) if any questions. Montgomery Wood and Brush-These materials can be taken to the Container Facility and are not counted toward the four trips allotted in the Bulky Waste (Container Facility) permit.

7 Side Note-The Container Facility is open one Saturday per month from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. For the current-year schedule, as well as additional information, go to Leaves- There is no pickup or drop off for leaves. Christmas Trees-Will be picked up curbside typically beginning the Monday following New Year s Day. Residents are asked to place their trees at the curb no later than the first Monday in January. Trees may also be dropped off at the Public Works site at 12 Harlingen Road any time or day through January 31. Visit the website or call (908) for additional information. Bulky Waste Policy-These materials can be brought to the Container Facility to be disposed of. The Facility is located at 12 Harlingen Rd. The resident will need to purchase a permit for the facility from the receptionist at the Montgomery Townships Municipal Building. The permits are $40 and will yield 4 trips to the Facility. No permits are sold at the facility. Contact Art Villano if any questions arise at North Plainfield Wood, Leaves and Brush-This material will be picked up curbside. Residents should receive a zone pickup calendar that will outline the days that the borough will pickup these materials. If the resident misses the mail out they must come to Borough Hall to pick up a calendar. Borough Hall is located at 263 Somerset Street. Christmas Trees-Trees will be picked up curbside in January. Remove ALL ornaments and place at curbside. Any Christmas trees with plastic will not be picked up. Bulky Waste Policy-Bulk waste is only picked up once a year; in April. Appointments are made the previous month and picked up according to zones. $10 per item, 5 items Maximum. Contact Sandy at

8 Peapack & Gladstone Wood and Brush- Can no longer be picked up by hauler. Homeowners can start a compost pile or arrange for pick up privately. Leaves-To be announced in the Bernardsville News and on the website Christmas Trees- Drop off with the County Program. Call for more information Also, one Saturday in January will be designated for tree pick-up at curbside. This information will be on the Borough website at Bulky Waste Policy- 1st Wednesday February, May, August and November. New contract will be settled in July Side Note- No construction materials will be picked up. No materials containing freon gas will be collected without a certificate stating that the gas has been removed by a certified contractor. Contact Donna Bassman if any questions arise at Ext Raritan Wood and Brush- Thursday and Friday curbside Leaves- Monday through Friday from October to mid-december Christmas Trees- Monday through Friday during January Bulky Waste Policy- Second Thursday of the Month EXCEPT DECEMBER, JANUARY, AND FEBRUARY Contact THE RARITAN BOROUGH PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT if you have any questions at

9 Rocky Hill Wood and Brush - Once per year curbside in the fall. Date is announced on the website, advertisement in the Montgomery News and local postings. Leaves- are vacuumed curbside from November through December. Four pickups minimum, six maximum Christmas Trees- Curbside on announced days in January. Date announced on the website, advertisement in the Montgomery News and local postings. Bulky Waste Policy - Two days per year; one in spring on the 3 rd Tuesday of May and one in the fall on the 3 rd Tuesday in October. Schedule announced on the website, advertisement in the Montgomery News and local postings. Questions? Call Somerville Wood and Brush-These items will be collected between the curb and sidewalk on a regular scheduled basis once a week. For scheduling please call Leaves- Leaves will be collected in bags or raked to the curb from October 19 to December 19 after which all leaves must be bagged in clear plastic bags and scheduled for pickup. Call Christmas Trees- All Christmas trees will be collected starting December at curbside according to brush routes and continuing until finished. Bulky Waste Items- All non-metal items will be collected along with regular trash pickup providing items have the proper amount of stickers required. All metal items will be collected every Tuesday this requires the proper amount of stickers and scheduling. For scheduling and sticker information please call

10 South Bound Brook Wood and Brush- Bundled and picked up curbside on the 1 st and 3 rd Friday of each month Leaves- Picked up in biodegradable bags the 1 st Monday in October to the 1 st Monday in January Christmas Trees- 1 st and 3 rd Friday of the month Bulky Waste Policy- Second Friday of the month Any questions contact Ken Pine Warren Wood, Leaves and Brush These materials must be taken to JH Reid on Hamilton Boulevard, Middlesex, New Jersey. Christmas Trees Trees are allowed to be dropped off at Warren Township, Department of Public Works, 1 Bardy Road during the month of January. Bulky Waste Policy Residents may contract with their trash haulers and pay a fee for pick-up of Bulky Waste. Items may also be taken to the Mini Dump on 1 Bardy Road with proof of residency. It is open from the first Saturday in May to the last Saturday in September excluding Holiday Weekends. Hours are Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. There is a charge for use of this service. Contact Doug Buro at with any questions or for additional information. Watchung Wood and Brush-There is no routine pickup for these materials. After a large storm the resident may put these materials curbside on certain days for chipping and pickup. These days will be specified in the local paper.

11 Leaves-In the month of October there will be a two-week period for leaf pickup. The leaves will need to be placed in biodegradable bags and placed curbside. There will be a notice in the local paper about pickup dates. Christmas Trees-There will be curbside pickup in the month of January. Residents will need to check the local paper for the pickup dates. Bulky Waste Policy-There is a once a year permit-based pickup. The pickup is curbside and will be the first and second week in June but can vary year to year. Permits will be available at Borough Hall, which is located at 15 Mt. Blvd. Check the local paper for a confirmation on the pickup dates. Contact Lauren Fellin if any questions arise at

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