Residents with TVs and computer equipment to dispose of are encouraged to bring their items to the New Brunswick DPW between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday, Dec. 13 for the last scheduled electronics drop-off for winter 2014-15. DPW staff will be on-site to assist. The New Brunswick DPW is located at 400 Jersey Ave.
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Residents will have one more chance to get rid of their old and broken electronics before the end of the year. The New Brunswick DPW has scheduled a special E-waste holiday recycling drop off for TVs and computers on Wednesday, Dec. 31 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the DPW building, 400 Jersey Ave. […]
Trash collection and recycling schedules for 2015 are now available for download. Paper copies are also available in City Hall, 78 Bayard St. or at the New Brunswick DPW, 400 Jersey Ave. To access the collection schedule for 2015 in English please click here. To access the collection schedule for 2015 in Spanish please click […]
A special recycling collection will take place on Saturday, January 31st for residents in the Tuesday pickup zone following the recent snow storm. Place your recycling out on Friday night after 5 p.m. for collection on Saturday. Put recycling on the street aside of any snow piles you have or clear out a space wide enough […]
Due to the snow, recycling collection for businesses on the weekly commercial Tuesday collection route has been rescheduled for Saturday, February 21st. Recyclables should be placed curbside on Friday night after 5 p.m. for collection on Saturday. This rescheduling date applies only to Tuesday collection for New Brunswick businesses. Residential recycling pickup is not affected […]
When disposing of recyclables, New Brunswick residents must use bins instead of bags. But why? The City of New Brunswick does not allow for pickup of recyclable items in bags. The disposal of recyclables in bins is better for the environment and for the sanitation workers tasked with picking them up. Bins cost less, they […]
As of March 30, the Middlesex County Improvement Authority will be transitioning its recycling program to single-stream collection. For the MCIA’s 14 participating municipalities, this eliminates the need for separating recyclables prior to curbside pick-ups. This change will make recycling that much more convenient for the residents of Middlesex County, according to MCIA Executive Director […]
Recycling in New Brunswick Just got easier with single-stream recycling! Residents and businesses may now place paper/cardboard, plastic, glass and aluminum in the same bins to be picked up for recycling. The collection days and zones will remain the same, but bottles, cans, paper and flattened cardboard can be mixed together and must be placed […]
Residents may drop off paint, paint-related items, TVs and computers for recycling. Household refuse and recycling will not be accepted at this event.
Each household may also pick up 20 free biodegradable leaf bags, as well as free compost and wood chips while supplies last.
This event is part of
The first 200 New Brunswick residents in attendance at Livingston Park Nursery on April 24 will be able to pick up two free four-packs of annual flowers. This giveaway will run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., as supplies last.
This event is part of the City of New Brunswick’s 2015 Urban Cleanup Week.