Only during October and April, weather permitting. There is no fee for this service. We require that you sign up for collection to more efficiently schedule pick–ups. A street map schedule and application form will be available to view/download in March and September, or call 973-383-4280 and we will email the form, or you can stop in the Municipal Building during regular business hours to schedule your pick up. Please note the following: Brush, including, but not limited to, all branches, bulky tree limbs and tree trunks, must be deposited in approximately a 4’x4’x6’ pile with cut ends facing the road placed at the street curb. If curb does not exist, brush shall be deposited in a 4’x4’x6’ pile, with cut ends facing road, placed near the street pavement but not on the street pavement itself. Brush should not be placed closer than ten (10) feet from any storm drain inlet. The following items will not be collected: leaves, grass clippings, vines, bamboo or tall landscape grasses. NOTE: Brush pick up is for our residents’ convenience when clearing away overgrown trees and bushes, or when storm damage occurs. Any commercially cut trees or bushes causing an abundance of brush will not be picked up by our DPW crew. The SCMUA Recycling Center located on Rte. 94 in Lafayette is available to all residents. Their phone number is 973-579-6998.
The month of November. Must be in brown paper bags or other biodegradable bags.
Christmas Tree Drop-Off
During the Month of January, trees should be brought to the lower parking lot at Hillside Park, Lake Iliff Road. When weather permits, the trees will be chipped into mulch and will be available to all residents. Christmas trees will not be picked up curbside.
Waste Oil Drop-Off
The last Friday of each month between the hours of 8 AM and 10 AM at the Municipal Garage (upper parking lot). The dates are only changed if a holiday falls on the last Friday.
Plastic Bags should not be thrown out in trash or with recyclables. They can be recycled at most grocery and department stores.
BULK: 350-pound limit. TRASH: Limit of two (2) 32-gallon containers.
Bundle together and tie or put in a container. Cardboard, Newspapers, Magazines, Junk Mail/Paper, Food, and tissues boxes. See calendar for pickup schedule.
Glass, Plastic, Aluminum, Tin, and wax-coated containers. See calendar for pickup schedule.
Appliance and Metal Pickup
Freon must be removed. Call to schedule pick-up the last Wednesday of each month.
SCMUA has successfully instituted a Styrofoam recycling program. Sussex County residents can bring Styrofoam to the SCMUA for recycling. At this time Styrofoam cannot be put with commingled recycling, so if you don’t want to make the trip to SCMUA, Styrofoam will continue to be put with household trash (even if there is a recycling triangle on it).
Rechargeable Battery Recycling
Rechargeable batteries (Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, Li-ion, Ni-Zn, small sealed lead less than 11 lbs.) can be recycled at the SCMUA.
Non-rechargeable Single-Use Batteries
When primary cell/non-rechargeable (AA, AAA, C, D, 6V, 9V, 1.5V) batteries are discharged, it is appropriate to put them in the trash or bring them to the SCMUA for disposal.
Please note: Batteries will no longer be accepted at the municipal building.
Third Friday of every month at the SCMUA from 9AM to 12PM; $6 minimum, no limits, cash or checks only.
Mixed Rigid Plastics (MRP)
Storage containers, tubs, shelving, toys (houses, cars, trikes), buckets, crates, laundry baskets, and lawn furniture can be brought to the SCMUA. Material is weighed and SCMUA charges a disposal fee.
Tires and Construction Debris
Must be brought to the SCMUA. It is not in the township contract with the hauler, so it will not be picked up at the curb. However, if you are replacing a broken sink or toilet, that can be put at the curb.
Not to be put curbside—Must be properly recycled. The SCMUA (Sussex County Municipal Utility Authority in Lafayette) and all landfills have been notified by the state that landfill disposal of electronics is prohibited (NJ mandate effective: January 1, 2011).
SCMUA periodically offers free e-cycle days. If electronics are brought to the landfill any other time, the weight of the item(s) will determine the cost. NJ DEP has an “E-cycling” website: state.nj.us/dep/dshw/recycling/ewaste.html
|Jan. 6||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Jan. 13||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Jan. 20||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Jan. 27||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Feb. 3||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Feb. 10||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Feb. 17||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Feb. 24||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Mar. 3||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Mar. 10||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Mar. 17||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Mar. 24||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Mar. 31||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Apr. 7||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Apr. 14||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Apr. 21||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Apr. 28||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|May 5||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|May 12||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|May 19||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|May 26||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|June 2||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|June 9||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|June 16||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|June 30||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|July 7||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|July 14||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|July 21||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|July 28||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Aug. 4||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Aug. 11||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Aug. 18||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Aug. 25||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Sept. 1||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Sept. 8||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Sept. 15||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Sept. 22||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Sept. 29||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Oct. 6||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Oct. 13||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Oct. 20||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Oct. 27||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Nov. 3||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Nov. 10||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Nov. 17||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Nov. 24||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|
|Dec. 1||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Dec. 8||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Dec. 15||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Dec. 22||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk|
|Dec. 29||Wednesday||Trash, Bulk, Metal|