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Visit the Recycling Information Center for more information about recycling a variety of items.
Find information on New Jersey’s Appliance Recycling Program.
See information on upgrading to a new fridge.
Mattresses can be disposed of with your regular trash. They must be wrapped in plastic before placed at the curb. See more information on disposing of mattresses.
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Read the Mercer County Curbside Recycling Information Single Stream Recycling (PDF) to see what materials are accepted or not accepted.
Yellow recycling buckets are available at the Department of Public Works located at 27 N Harrison Street (behind the firehouse). Buckets are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 2:30 pm. Buckets are free and residents can take up to 4.
To dispose of broken buckets, use them for your weekly trash collection but mark the top "TRASH, TAKE ALL" Please do not bring broken buckets to Public Works.