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Long Hill
Curbside Recycling

Starting on 2021 - The MCMUA provides curbside recycling collection service for Long Hill residents. Pickups will take place every other Monday in the entire town, starting Monday, January 4, 2021. Collection days are provided when pickup are missed for major holidays or weater issues.

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Material Accepted For Curbside Recycling Collection by the MCMUA and Preparation Instructions

January 4, 2021: For Long Hill, the MCMUA collects single-stream mixed recyclables. This means that aluminum, glass bottles and jars, steel cans and plastic containers (#1, #2, #5 only) can be mixed with recyclable paper including newspaper, corrugated cardboard, junk mail, office paper, magazines, cartons, etc., for curbside collection. Additionally, none of the newspaper or cardboard needs to be bundled or tied. There is a 50-pound weight limit on the recycling container put out at curbside for collection by the MCMUA.

Long Hill also operates a municipal recycling depot where a limit number of specialized recyclables can be dropped off for recycling. Click here to read about Long Hill's municipal recycling depot.

Aluminum Containers
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Rinse cans, place in a homeowner supplied container no larger than (64) gallon in size.
Brown Paper Bags
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Place in a homeowner supplied container with bottles and cans -or- empty, bundle and secure with string not exceeding (50) pounds
Chipboard/Paperboard
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Place in a homeowner supplied container with bottles and cans -or- empty, bundle and secure with string not exceeding (50) pounds
Corrugated Cardboard
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Place in a homeowner supplied container with bottles and cans -or- empty, bundle and secure with string not exceeding (50) pounds
Glass Containers
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Rinse bottles. Remove caps and rings, place in a homeowner supplied container no larger than (64) gallon in size.
Mixed Office Paper
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Place in a homeowner supplied container with bottles and cans -or- Bundle and secure with string not exceeding (50) pounds
Newspaper
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Place in a homeowner supplied container with bottles and cans -or- Bundle and secure with string not exceeding (50) pounds
Other Paper/Mag./JunkMail
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Place in a homeowner supplied container with bottles and cans -or- Bundle and secure with string not exceeding (50) pounds
Plastic #1 (PETE) Bottles
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Rinse bottles and remove caps, place in a homeowner supplied container no larger than (64) gallon in size. Bottles that have necks or openings that are narrower than their bases,
Plastic #2 (HDPE) Bottles
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) nse bottles and remove caps, place in a homeowner supplied container no larger than (64) gallon in size. Bottles that have necks or openings that are narrower than their bases,
Steel (Tin) Containers
(Recycling - Single Stream - Generic) Cleaned, labels and ends removed, place in a homeowner supplied container no larger than (64) gallon in size.
Plastic #5 (PP) Food/Bev. Containers
(Recycling) nse bottles and remove caps, place in a homeowner supplied container no larger than (64) gallon in size. Bottles that have necks or openings that are narrower than their bases,

 
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