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IT IS UNLAWFUL TO REMOVE, HARASS OR MUTILATE ANY
MARINE MAMMAL OR SEA TURTLE, WHETHER ALIVE OR DEAD

(Marine Mammal Protection act of 1972 and Endangered Species Act of 1973)


Marconi Complex Recycling Facility - located off Monmouth Blvd. is now open on the regular schedule. The Belmar Blvd. facility is now permanently closed.

• Before going to the Recycling Center, please be sure you have a valid Township Recycling Sticker on your rearview mirror!



REPORT A POTHOLE

SINGLE-STREAM RECYCLING

WATER


BRUSH & LEAVES

BULK PICK UP



• Monmouth County Electronics Recycling Program offers FREE drop off, open to all Monmouth County residents, small businesses and institutions.

ITEMS ACCEPTED: Computer cases, CPUs, Mice, Monitors, Scanners, Printers, Cables, Laptops, Peripherals, Televisions, Radios, Cameras, Telephones, Copiers, Faxes, DVD Players, VCRs, Stereo Components

AS OF JANUARY 1, 2011, UNDER STATE DEP LAW, NO ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT IS PERMITTED TO BE LEFT AT THE CURB. ALL ELECTRONICS MUST BE DELIVERED TO EITHER OF OUR RECYCLING CENTERS ON TILTONS CORNER ROAD OR MONMOUTH BOULEVARD.

• The Department of Environmental Protection can help you learn more about Granite and potential link to Radon. Recent news stories about granite and its potential affect on radon levels have raised concern among some New Jersey residents who have granite countertops, floors, and fireplaces in their homes.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection offers a wealth of helpful information for residents who want to know more about radon and how to test for it. Visit: http://www.nj.gov/dep/rpp/radon/index.htm
DEP Guidelines for proper disposal of prescription medication.