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It is the law to recycle in the State of New Jersey as it is in the County of Hunterdon and all of our municipalities.
We should think of recycling as more than a state-mandated LAW. It is part of being environmentally conscious for yourself and our future. Therefore, Hunterdon County is asking all of its citizens, business owners, and visitors to comply with our program to maintain the high quality of life that Hunterdon strives to keep.
Hunterdon County and our municipalities offer various recycling opportunities for households, schools, and businesses alike. Please see the Municipal page to see what you can do to help our environment.
Important note: Check your Municipal Recycling Information for detailed information. The items below may not be accurate for your particular municipality but are accepted at the County's Recycling Depot.
What's not acceptable:
Bottles and cans of recyclables are present in all parts of the house, not just in the kitchen. Remember to recycle empty shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, hair product, shaving cream, aerosol deodorant, and detergent containers.
Think about how much paper is used in daily life. Almost all of it can be recycled. Remember flyers, notepaper, even greeting cards can all be recycled.
Some municipalities may offer yard waste recycling pickup services or have a depot dropoff area for you to utilize. Yard waste items such as grass clippings, leaves, small branches, etc. are usually accepted.
The County offers a Residential Recycling Program held at the Hunterdon County Transfer Station/Recycling Depot, located in Annandale, NJ.
Monday through Friday7 am to 4:30 pm
Saturdays7 am to 1 pm
Please check your municipal recycling information for curbside pickup schedules and/or other recycling information.
You can also take your recycling to the County’s Recycling Depot.
Please check your municipal recycling information to see how you prepare your recycling for curbside pickup.
See the County’s Residential Recycling Program information for preparing your recycling to be deposited at the County’s Transfer Station/Recycling Department.
There are many reasons to recycle both environmental and economic. There is truly no downside, especially when the County strives to make recycling convenient for you.
Recycle for the environment:
Recycle for the economy: