Press Release - for immediate release
Wallet Found at the Recycling Center
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The MCMUA thanked Eric Gabrielson and his staff at Republic Service for finding a wallet on the sorting line at the Mine Hill material recycling facility and helping to find its owner.
On October 1, as soon as he discovered the wallet, Gabrielson contacted the MCMUA because it contained a driver's license for a resident in Morris Plains. Morris Plains is one of the MCMUA's curbside recycling collection towns. MCMUA staff picked up the wallet from the Republic Services office, found the owner who had been searching for it, and returned it to the delight of the resident who had recently moved to Randolph.
Gabrielson said, "The Republic Services staff members are honest, hardworking, and glad that the wallet was reunited with its owner."
March 11, 2022 -
"Keep Morris County Litter Free" $600 clean-up grants and $200 poster contest avaialble for schoold grades 5-12.
Click here for more information.
February 1, 2022 -
With retirement of Morris County District Recycling Coordinator, Liz Sweedy, the MCMUA announces its new recycling and clean communities team consisting of Anthony Marrone, District Recycling Coordinator; Chris Vidal, Assitant Recycling Coordinator and Christine Scano, Clean Communities Coordinator.
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Get a Few Tips and Recycle Right For the Holidays.
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Rates rise just under 1% to $102.50/ton starting Jan. 1, 2022.
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Plastic Carryout Bag and Polystyrene Foam Ban.
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Dave Cole, the MCMUA's Supervisor of Curbside Recycling.
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October 30, 2021 - Mendham Township is holding a paper shredding fundraiser event on Sat. October 30, Mendham Library 2 West Main Street, Brookside, 8:30AM-12 noon.
Cost is $5 per grocery bag and $10 per banker’s box for paper shredding. Resident with question can call the library 973-543-4018.
Click here for list of other paper shredding options.
October 1, 2021 - Lost wallet picked up by MCMUA and discovered
at the Republic Services recycling center was returned to rightful owner.
October 1, 2021 - MCMUA will be taking part in the Morristown Festival
on the Green on Sunday, October 3. Stop by to get recycling and trash decals, recycling market updates, and more.
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- July 2021 - NJ's Bag Ban is Coming in 2022
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