General Recycling questions: 609-499-1001
Curbside Recycling Hotline:
609-267-6889 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RECYCLING BUCKETS AND LID
Recycling buckets and replacement lids can be obtained by contacting the Township Manager.
609-723-2464 ext. 22
RECYCLING AT THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING IS NOW SINGLE SOURCE. ALL BOTTLES, CANS, PAPER AND CARDBOARD SHOULD NOW BE DEPOSITED INTO THE THREE DUMBSTERS IN THE REAR OF THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING. THERE IS NO LONGER A SEPARATE RECYCLING AREA FOR BOTTLES AND CAN. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE RECYCLING OF ANY KIND IN ANY AREA OTHER THAN IN THE DUMSTERS
Important! Empty, Flatten Fold! Remove packing contents, like foam and plastic wrap and flatten boxes before recycling. Use your local municipal recycling dropoff for overflow.
In the event of windy days, snow or ice storms consider holding on to your recyclables until next collection or take to your municipal recycling dropoff.
Questions? Call the Recycling Hotline at 609-267-6889 or email email@example.com
Residents can get their recycling schedules, winter weather service delays, find where to recycle old TVs and more with the Free Recycle Coach smartphone app! Available on iTunes and GooglePlay app stores for Burlington County residents
Please be advised that brush and leaves can not be picked up by the trash contractor as part of normal trash collection and it is the resident's responsibility to dispose of such items. Brush with all leaves removed can be brought to the Resource Recovery Complex (609-499-1001) for a cost of $25 per ton for Springfield Township residents. Leaves are not accepted at this facility.
Herman's Trucking (609-758-3808) in North Hanover is an approved compost facility and will take leaves for a charge of $15 per ton.
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFTS
Please be advised that there have been a large number of vehicle break-ins and thefts in Burlington County recently. Take extra precautions to make sure your vehicle is locked and that no valuables are left inside, especially in site. If you observe any suspicious behavior in your neighborhood please contact the police department