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Garbage, Trash Collection Changes in October

Changes to refuse collection on the way on October 1

The following info was submitted by The Township of Wyckoff:

Monday, October 1, marks the change back to once-a-week garbage and trashcollection. This format will remain in place until May 1, 2013, when we return to twice-a-week collection.

Our program provides for the pickup of eight garbage and trash items weekly. Therefore, when there is only one pick up in a week a maximum of eight itemswill be collected.

Large, oversized landscaping barrels are not permitted. The every other week Single Stream Recycling curbside collection of recyclables continues. As a reminder to all residents, check the Street Listing in the Municipal Calendar or on Wyckoff on the Web for your collection day.

After the return to once-a-week collection, grass will not be collected curbside but maybe brought to the Recycling Center located at 475 West Main Street from Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Curbside leaf collection will begin on Monday, Oct. 15. Information about the leaf collection is outlined in Update, the Wyckoff resident newsletter. It will also be posted on Wyckoff on the Web

Garbage and recyclables must be placed at the curb prior to 6 a.m. of your collection day but not before 6 p.m. of the night before. Empty containers must be removed by 7 p.m. of the collection day.

Items collected must be the usual household trash and garbage. Any items considered to be building materials or oversized or overweight cannot be included in the municipal collection. Rather, a resident must contact a private carter and contract for a special pick up. If you have any questions about items collected with household garbage and trash, check the Reference Table of Trash and Recyclables on Wyckoff on the Web.


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