THE COLLECTION OF RECYCLING/ PLASTIC FILM
Recycling will now be easier! You will throw all your recyclables into one authorized container (12-38 gallon in size) with a secure lid for curb-side collection. Recycled items are cleaned, processed and re-purposed as new products and by participating you will help save the planet as well as save thousands in landfill fees. Ordinance 286-21 (Separation of Recyclable Materials) will be strictly enforced, failure to comply will result in a summons. All recyclables must be placed loose in the appropriate container with a lid. NO plastic bags. Items that are not recyclable must be placed with regular trash.
NEWSPAPER: # 1 Newspapers sold at newsstands may be placed in the Recycling Containers (single stream) or tied in bundles and are not to exceed 30 lbs. (No paper or plastic bags will be accepted.)
MIXED PAPER: High Grade (computer paper, printouts, tab cards and white paper) may be placed in the Recycling containers (single stream) or tied in bundles and are not to exceed 30 lbs.
SINGLE STREAM: Aluminum cans, tin cans, plastic, newspapers, mixed paper and glass bottles (all colors) are to be placed into an open study re-useable container, not to exceed 38 gallons with holes in the bottom and put to the curb by 5:00 am the day of collection. ALL cans, bottles and plastics should be washed to control bugs and odors. Motor oil containers, mirrors, bulbs, dish ceramics or window glass, plastic bags and broken bottles or any other type of broken glass will NOT be accepted.
CARDBOARD: Corrugated boxes (un-waxed) must be collapsed, folded and tied securely. Bundles must be 2' X 2' maximum size and not exceed 30 lbs.
COMPUTER, ELECTRONIC AND METAL: require an appointment for pick-up. Contact borough hall at 732-776-2999 ext. 1029 to schedule a curbside pick-up, Bulk Stickers are required. Items Accepted: computer cases, CPU's, keyboards, mice, monitors, scanners, printers, cables, laptops, peripherals, television, radios, telephones, cameras, stereo components, VCR’s and DVD players.
HAZARDOUS WASTE: Paints, pesticides, fertilizers, motor oil, antifreeze, pool chemicals, propane tanks, batteries, gasoline and herbicides can be brought to the Monmouth County Hazardous Waste Facility at 3211 Shafto Road, Tinton Falls, New Jersey. For an appointment please call 732-683-8686 ext. # 5210. :
BULK ITEMS: Bulk stickers are required for items that are not considered regular household garbage.These stickers can be obtained at Borough Hall. Bulk trash shall only be placed at the curb 12 hours before regulated pickup days and no later than 5:00 am the day of collection.
Trash & Recyling will not be picked up on Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Day, please place recyling curbside for collection on the next regularly scheduled day. Trash collection will be suspended during a Severe Storm or a State of Emergency. Trash collection will resume on the next regular day of collection.
Bradley Beach residents may bring trash, recycling, brush and bulk items to the Trash/Recycling Lot, 1011 Main Street, and Bradley Beach, NJ. The Lot will be open to the public (proof of residency required) during the summer season from 8am-3pm every day except Wednesdays & weather permitting through 9/15/20. OFF-SEASON: Beginning on September 16, 2020, DAYS: Saturday through Monday, HOURS 8am - 12 pm.
Questions please call 732-776-2999 ext 3101
COLLECTION OF PLASTIC FILM
Beginning on November 13, 2019, Bradley Beach will launch New Jersey’s first pilot program for residential curbside recycling of plastic film. The goal of this program is to reduce our community’s plastic waste by expanding access to recycling options for these materials.
Until now, the only recycling option for plastic film materials was for residents to drop the material off at retail stores which participate in a store-drop off recycling program. Starting in November, Bradley Beach will expand recycling options for our residents by creating a program to accept plastic film materials as part of our curbside recycling program.
Here’s how Bradley Beach residents can participate: The Borough will provide each household with a “plastic film” recycling bin. Residents can place clean and dry plastic film materials including grocery bags, plastic storage bags such as Ziploc®, dry-cleaning bags, etc. and other plastic film into the container using the following instructions. Starting November 13th, and on the second Wednesday of every following month, the material will be picked up for recycling.
The initial program is slated to run from November 2019 to November 2020. With your participation, you can help safeguard our coast and minimize our plastic waste.
For more information call (732) 776-2999.