Single Stream Recycling

Single Stream Recycling Started Curbside September 1, 2014.

Thank you for visiting our single stream recycling webpage.

The County’s conversion to single stream recycling started September 1st 2014.

Residents with curbside recycling collection are now able to recycle all their cans, bottles, newspapers and cardboard, in one container.

Recycling will still be collected every other week. The time of day the truck comes through your neighborhood on recycling day may change so be sure to have your recyclables curbside by 6 a.m.

Bordentown City and the historic village of Roebling, historic section of Burlington City and uncarted townhome communities will continue to use their existing recycling buckets for single-stream collection

Bass River and Woodland - do not have curbside recycling and will continue to take their recyclables to their town drop-off.

Multifamily Complexes are in the process of being converted to single stream. If you reside in an apartment or condominium complex your management will be notified in advance of any changes, so continue to recycle as you are now.

Final Note

The carts are costly and are municipal property. If you move remember to leave your carts behind. Your cart has a serial number assigned to your address.

Empty, flatten and fold cardboard to fit inside your cart or visit your local recycling drop-off.