Welcome to the Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority's (MCMUA) website; MCMUA.com. The MCMUA Solid Waste Division implements recycling, solid and hazardous waste programs throughout Morris County. The MCMUA Water Division sells drinking water to several municipalities and water companies. The MCMUA is Morris County's environmental resource.
- Solid Waste
Coordinating and running recycling programs throughout Morris County.
Two transfer stations handle the disposal needs of Morris County.
Residential, commercial and institutional recycling pickup
Managing household hazardous and eligible business waste.
Compost Providing compost and mulch made from Morris County's vegetative waste
Communities Anti-Litter Programs
Planning Facility Inclusions
Municipalities Town Information
Water System Wholesale drinking water provider.
Water Quality Keeping our watershed clean - Read drinking water quality reports.
Conservation Saving water because it is a valuable resource in so many ways.
Education Resources to help learn about water and how to use it wisely.
Open Space MCMUA working with Morris County to preserve open space
- About the MCMUA
- About the MCMUA
- Battery Recycling
- Bids and Procurement
- Compost and Mulch
- Contact Lists
- Clean Communities
- Decals Recycling
- Decals Waste (NJDEP)
- E-Waste Recycling
- Facility Finder
- Hazardous Waste
- Materials Waste/Recy.
- Muni. Recy. Coord.
- Recycle Coach
- Recycling Collection
- Recycling Exemptions
- Recycling Mandates
- Single-Stream Recy.
- Solid Waste Plan
- Towns of Morris Co.
- Transfer Stations
- Vegetative Facilities
- Waste Flow Control
- Waste Reduction
- Water Division
- Hot Topics
Links of Interest
August 12, 2021 - How to dry latex paint for disposal. It's not hazardous.
August 2021 - Stop fires caused by improper disposal of pressurized containers, metal chemical cylinders, and rechargeable batteries
July 9, 2021 - Cleanup of Waterloo Valley Road & Stephen's State Park in Morris County
- July 2021 - NJ's Bag Ban is Coming in 2022