Howell Township Implementing New Bulk Trash Program In April

Howell Township will be implementing a new bulk trash program that will take effect on Tuesday, April 2. The new bulk trash program allows Township residents to drop off their bulky waste at the Township Recycling Center Tuesday through Sunday 7:30am-3:00pm.

The Recycling Center will be closed on Mondays to facilitate a widespread cleanup of the center and to haul waste for disposal. The Recycling Center will accept ALL debris that is normally allowed in the curbside bulk pickup program with the same limit of one pickup truck load per visit. All residents will be required to show proof of residency to gain access to the Recycling Center.

Proof of residency can be any of the following records:

• Active Driver’s license/non drivers identification card
• Property tax bill
• Original unexpired lease agreement with resident named as lessee or renter

At NO time will professional contractors or vehicles/trailers with commercial plates be allowed to access the center. All recycling, metal, and leaf/brush drop off will still be accepted with proper ID.

The center WILL NOT accept the following:
NO Demolition material/construction debris (flooring, sheds, doors, decks, sheetrock, lumber, shingles, trim/molding, cabinets, concrete, brick, etc.)
NO Tires
NO Hazardous materials
NO Paint or motor oil
NO Trailers will be accepted on Saturdays and Sundays for bulk trash.
*Trailers will only be accepted at the recycling yard for bulk drop-off Tuesday-Friday *Leaves and brush will still be able to be dropped off by trailer (6) days a week

Howell Township will be offering curbside service on a limited schedule. Howell’s curbside Bulk program will be available to those residents that cannot make it to the center by offering (150) pick-ups, per zone, in the spring and (150) pick-ups, per zone, in the fall.

Appointments can be made starting on Monday, April 8, by calling DPW office at (732) 938-4500 ex. 2450. The township will evaluate the new procedures throughout the rest of 2024 and may make changes to the program with the help of the resident’s feedback.

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