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The North Haledon Recycling Center is ever expanding thanks to the commitment and conscientiousness of the Borough residents. More and more people are realizing how important recycling is: not only is it the right thing to do, but the Borough receives a recycling grant proportionate to the tonnage of its recycling, which ultimately keeps taxes lower. Below is some helpful information about the Recycling Center and how you, too, can be an active recycler. Please also see a visual summaryhere
Recycling and Garbage should be put out the night before! Pickup times could vary by week.
§ 510-16 Enforcement.
This article shall be enforced by any duly designated agent or officer authorized by resolution of the governing body of the Borough of North Haledon.
Missed Stops? If your garbage or recycling was missed call Suburban Disposal 973-675-5451.
The North Haledon Recycling Center is ever expanding thanks to the commitment and conscientiousness of the Borough residents. More and more people are realizing how important recycling is: not only is it the right thing to do, but the Borough receives a recycling grant proportionate to the tonnage of its recycling, which ultimately keeps taxes lower. Here is some helpful information about the Recycling Center and how you, too, can be an active recycler.
Newspapers and Cardboard can either be brought to the Recycling Center or can be bundled, or placed in paper bags, for curbside collection on paper/cardboard recycling day. NO PLASTIC BAGS PLEASE!
Commingled items: Glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles, aluminum and tin cans can either be brought to the Recycling Center or placed in a permanent container no larger than 25 gallons, and put out at the curb the night before the scheduled commingled recycling day.
Scrap Metal may be brought to the Recycling Center and placed in the appropriate container.
Tires may be brought to the Recycling Center. There is a nominal fee for recycling tires.
Used Motor Oil may be brought to the Recycling Center and emptied into the tanks available for disposal.
Used Clothing may be brought to the Recycling Center and placed in the appropriate container.
White Goods: Stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers will be picked up curbside. Please call 973-427-7793 to schedule a pick up. You may also bring these items to the Recycling Center.
Electronic Waste: effective January 1, 2011, N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99 et seq., prohibits the disposal of covered electronic devices, such as computers, televisions, monitors and portable/laptop computers. These items may be brought to the Recycling Center for disposal. Please call 973-427-7793 to schedule a pick up for larger items.
Construction & Demolition Debris must be brought to an authorized dealer. The Borough’s garbage hauler will only pick up household waste.
Batteries-Regular household batteries (alkaline) are considered trash. Rechargeable and NiCad (auto) batteries must be brought to the Recycling Center.
Brush/Branches- Brush and branches no bigger than 6 inches in diameter and 6 feet long can be dropped off at the recycling center. No trees or bases of trees will be picked up curbside, nor will they be accepted at the recycling center. Brush/branch drop off is only permitted on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Grass Clipping ARE NOT accepted at the recycling center. The North Haledon Green Team is urging residents to "Cut it Leave it." Click here for information from NJDEP on the benefits and how to successfully "cut it and leave it."
Prescription Drug Drop Off Box-
The Borough of North Haledon now has a permanent drug drop box in their police department headquarters lobby for citizens to safely dispose of expires, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. The box has been purchased delivered and permanently installed at the North Haledon Police Headquarters and is open to the public. This new special drop off box will provide a safe and secure location in North Haledon Police Headquarters to get rid of unwanted medications on permanent 24-hour a day basis.
In addition, flushing medications down the sink or toilet can cause contamination of our water supply. This drop-off program is open to anyone free of charge and we encourage all New Jersyians to please feel free to bring any unwanted prescription drugs to The North Haledon Police Headquarters so we can legally and safely dispose of them.
Accepted in Drop Box
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE-The Passaic County Office of Natural Resources offers Household Hazardous Waste Collections, 2021 dates:
Saturday, March 27– Passaic County Community College Wanaque Campus, 500 Union Avenue, Wanaque
Sunday, April 25 -Little Falls, Montclair State University, 143 Clove Road, Little Falls
Sunday, June 6 – West Milford Recycling Center, 30 Lycosky Drive, West Milford
Sunday, September 19 –City of Passaic Employee Lot, 333 Passaic Street, Passaic
Saturday, October 23 – Ringwood Park and Ride, 30 Cannici Drive, Ringwood
Saturday, November 20 – Passaic County Community College Wanaque Campus, 500 Union Avenue, Wanaque
For further information, call 973-881-4506 or visit their website at http://passaiccountynj.org/government/departments/health/recycling.php
Wheels For Wishes is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish® New Jersey. We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, RVs, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child. For more information, please visit our website at http://newjersey.wheelsforwishes.org/.
Vehicles for Veterans is a nonprofit car donation program that benefits disabled veterans with the proceeds from donated vehicles. Click here for details www.vehiclesforveterans.org.
Hawthorne Lions Club Medical Closet - The Lions Club has a medical loan closet, available to residents in Hawthorne and North Haledon. The Club accepts donations and in turn loans medical equipment including, wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, commodes and shower seats. Residents who wish to make donations or borrow equipment can contact the Lions through any of the Lions members: Lenny Caruso 973-956-0220; Michael Pasquale 973-423-0909; John Bertollo 973-427-7777 x. 19; Dominic Mele 973-427-8450.
Furniture and other Household Items Before you send your unwanted but still viable furniture and other items to the already crowded landfill, consider giving it a second chance. The only risk with getting to know these area thrift and second hand shops is that you may find something you’ll want to buy!
North Haledon has its own resale store Ditto located at 965 Belmont Ave. Along with furniture, Ditto accepts clean, quality, gently used or new items such as clothing for men, women and children, jewelry, shoes, knickknacks, toys, games, electronics, small appliances, sporting goods, books, housewares, holiday decorations and linens and accepted donations are tax deductible! Learn more here: http://dittonj.org/donation-faq/
The Habitat Restore at 415 Hamburg Tpke in Wayne, NJ also accepts furniture, appliances. 10 years old or newer and building materials and may be able to pick-up your donations as well. For more information and steps to submit images of your donated items for consideration please see: https://habitatrestorewayne.org/
Value Village at 111 Wagaraw Rd, in Hawthorne also accepts a wide variety of items including clothes for men, women and children, furniture, books, knickknacks, and much more. https://myunique.com/index.html