Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority
or at 973-543-4555
Mendham Township Important Information About Recycling Change and Collection: Letter to Residents
Mendham Township 2021 Recycling Schedule and Calendar
Mendham Township Paper Recyling, What is Acceptable
Mendham Township Bottles and Cans Recycling, What is Acceptable
Mendham Township What Not to Put in Recycling Containers
Video Link Provided by Mendham TV
Frequently Asked Questions About Mendham Townships Recycling Services
Residents can send additional recycling questions to email@example.com
Inclement Weather or Missed Material
Weeks following a missed collection due to inclement weather or holiday will have both sets of materials (paper and bottles/cans) collected on the same day, yet in different containers.
Preparation of Recyclable Materials
For Mendham Township, the MCMUA collects dual-stream recyclables with paper and bottles/cans collected on alternating Mondays. This means that aluminum, glass bottles and jars, steel cans and plastic containers (#1,#2,#5 only) can be mixed together for collection. In a separate container, place recyclable paper including newspaper, corrugated cardboard, junk mail, office paper, magazines, cartons, etc. for curbside collection. Newspaper and cardboard are not required to be bundled or tied.
Container Weight: There is a 50 pound weight limit on each filled recyling container put out at curbside for collection by MCMUA. MCMUA suggests no larger than 32-gallon containers so residents to not go avove the single container 50-pound limit. Use multiple containers for set-outs heavier than 50 pounds.
Recyclables must be placed at the curb the night before collection. By placing materials out the night before, residents ensure that curbside recyclables are picked up.
Household Hazardous Waste & Computer/TV Drop Off Events
Periodic disposal events are conducted during a few weekends in the spring and fall at sites in Morris County. These disposal days are open to Morris County residents only.
Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Events.
Information on Household Hazardous Waste.
Electronic Waste includes discarded, obsolete, broken, electrical or electronic devices, including computers, TVs, notebooks, cell phones and other electronic devices, often containing hazardous material not suitable for regular disposal methods. NO appliances, batteries, wires or vacuums. Electronic waste may be dropped off at the DPW garage during the following hours:
Electronic Waste Drop Off Hours: Friday, 7:00 AM - 11:00 am & First Saturday of the month, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon. For questions, please reach out to DPW at 973-543-4509