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Facility Information

Denville Recycling Depot
140 Morris Avenue
Denville,  NJ   07834
Tel: 973-625-8334  
WWW: www.denvillenj.org
Town: Denville Township
  • Hours: Mon.-Fri., 7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
    Sat., 8:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m.
    Sun., 10:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m.
  • Notes: As of 2020 the Denville recycling depot is accepting traditional recyclable materials dual-stream in 2 containers to correspond with the way recyclables are now collected curbside.
  • Limitations: This facility is open to Denville Township residents and small Denville Township businesses only.
  • Facility Type: Municipal Recycling Depot

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Acceptable Material - Recycling - Commingled Bottles and Cans

Aluminum Containers (Recycling - Commingled Bottles and Cans) Rinse and commingle with recyclables.
Glass Containers (Recycling - Commingled Bottles and Cans) Remove lids, rinse and commingle with recyclables. Metal lids may be placed in container separately.
Plastic #1 (PETE) Bottles (Recycling - Commingled Bottles and Cans) Empty, rinse and commingle with recyclable mix. Do not place cap back on bottle.
Plastic #2 (HDPE) Bottles (Recycling - Commingled Bottles and Cans) Empty, rinse and commingle with recyclable mix. Do not place cap back on bottle.
Steel (Tin) Containers (Recycling - Commingled Bottles and Cans) Rinse, commingle with recyclables. Aerosol cans must be empty and plastic caps removed and discarded.

Acceptable Material - Recycling - Commingled Paper

Chipboard/Paperboard (Recycling - Commingled Paper) Commingle with other recyclables. Flatten all boxes. Include beverage carrier, cereal, pasta and tissue boxes, paper towel rolls.
Corrugated Cardboard (Recycling - Commingled Paper) Flatten and mix with other recyclables, no need to tie or bundle.
Newspaper (Recycling - Commingled Paper) Mix with other recyclables and do not tie or bundle.
Telephone Books (Recycling - Commingled Paper) Includes soft-cover books. Commingle with other recyclables, Do not include hard-cover books.

Acceptable Material - Recycling

Batteries (Dry Cell) (Recycling) Rechargeable batteries only as alkalines are safe to place in the regular garbage. Make sure battery are individually wrapped or the terminals are taped to prevent electrical shorting and fires.
E-Waste - Computers, TVs, etc. (Recycling) Accepted electronics include only the following: computers, laptops, televisions, monitors, desktop printers and fax machines. All other electronic waste should be disposed of in the garbage as it is not covered by the E-waste law and program.

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