Municipal Utilties Authority
Boonton Township Solid Waste Information
155 Powerville Road
Boonton Township, NJ 07005
Tel: (973) 402-4002 Fax: (973) 402-4013
Contacts From Boonton Township
- Barbara TBA, Clean Communities Coordinator
155 Powerville Rd.
Boonton Twp., NJ 07005
Tel: (973) 402-4012 Fax: (973) 402-4013
Solid Waste Services In Boonton Township
Curbside Garbage Collection
- Program Description: Boonton Township does not provide garbage pickup. Residents contract with a private hauler for collection. The municipality does not pay for the tipping fees.
- Schedule: Haulers servicing Boonton Township include: Blue Diamond, Waste Management and N. Tassielli Disposal which picks up on Mondays and Thursdays.
Service Provider: Private Hauler(s), ,
Curbside Recycling Collection
- Program Description: Boonton Township contracts for single-stream, all-in-one residential curbside recycling. Maximum weight of curbside recycling container is 50 pounds; use multiple containers if needed.
- Schedule: Recycling pickup is every other Thursday.
Service Provider: Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority, 214A Center Grove Road,
Randolph, NJ 07869
Tel: 973-659-3490 Fax: 973-537-6495
Municipal Recycling Depot(s) In Boonton Township
155 Powerville Road (Behind Municipal Building)
Boonton Twp., NJ 07005
Tel: (973) 402-4024 Fax: (973) 402-4025
- Hours: Every Other Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
- Notes: As of August 2011 the Boonton Township recycling depot is accepting traditional recyclable materials mixed together in one can to correspond with the way recyclables are now collected curbside.
- Limitations: Open to Boonton Township residents only. No small businesses.
- Facility Type: Municipal Recycling Depot
Acceptable Material - Recycling - Single-Stream - All-In-One
Acceptable Material - Recycling
A drop-off receptacle for the disposal of home electronics is now available at the Recycling Center. 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. Absolutely no curbside collection.
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- Municipal Recycling Ordinance - Boonton Township Municipal Recycling Ordinance - Document Type - Municipal Recycling Ordinance (URL Internnet Link) - Online source of document