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Transfer Station Construction Alert

Starting Mon., July 15, construction at the Parsippany transfer station will run through mid-August. Expect delays & use Mt. Olive transfer station as an alternate.

Transfer Station Info (Tip Fee $111.25/ton)

  • Mt. Olive Mon-Fri 7:30am-3pm; Sat 7:30am-11am
  • Parsippany Mon-Fri 7am-3pm; Sat 7:30am-11am
  • Closed Sundays and Major Holidays
  • No Rental Trucks
  • Payment by Account, Check, Credit Card. No Cash

Solid Waste Programs

The MCMUA has been designated by the County of Morris to be the implementng agency for the Morris County Solid Waste Management Plan. As such, the MCMUA provides operations such as solid waste disposal at its transfer stations to the hauling community, curbside recycling collection to municipalities, and additional solid waste management services to the residents and businesses of Morris County.

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  • image information regarding rechargeable battery recycling and alkaline battery disposal
  • Banner MCMUA Solid Waste Home
  • Banner of Free Decals Available
  • Banner Business of Recycling
  • Banner HHW Oil Pour
  • image of Plastic Recycling 1,2,5 Clean Empty and Dry sign
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  • Video Tour of Republic Recycling Facility

MCMUA Services

Recycling Symbol IconRecycling
What and How To Recycle - Rules - Statistics

Disposal/Transfer Stations IconDisposal / Garbage
Transfer stations - Costs
Insurance - Waste Flow

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Questions about pickup?
Call us at 973-659-3490

Haz-Waste IconHazardous / Special Wastes
Household hazardous waste
Drop-Off Appts. - Events

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Compost and mulch
Purchase - Delivery - Drop-Off

Anti-LitterLitter Abatement
Clean Communities
Morris County Litter-Free

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Recycling facility inclusions
County mandates

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Reuse and reduction resources

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