Is Styrofoam recyclable in Burlington NJ?

Styrofoam (polystyrene) is not acceptable in the Burlington County Regional Recycling Program. Mailing services such as “Mail N More” and most UPS Stores will reuse the Styrofoam peanuts.

How do I get a recycling bin in Burlington County NJ?

Call the Burlington County Landfill & Recycling Depot at 609-499-5300.

How do I dispose of a TV in NJ?

1-866-DEPKNOW. New Jersey consumers and small businesses with fewer than 50 full-time employees, can recycle for free at the approved manufacturers collection sites. All computers, monitors, laptops, portable computers, desktop printers, desktop fax machines and televisions are accepted for free recycling.

Can bottle caps be recycled?

Can bottle caps and lids be recycled? Generally, removing bottle caps and lids is a good recycling habit, because their recyclability depends on the equipment your local recycler uses and what the lid is made of.

Is aluminum foil recyclable in Burlington County NJ?

Yes, wrapping paper and tissue paper used for packing or wrapping gifts can be recycled with your regular mixed paper recycling. No foil or plastic wrapping paper, and remove ribbon and bows.

Can I put metal in general waste?

Many metal items are classed as general waste. These cannot be easily recycled and might include anything from a hole punch to pots and pans. Ceramics including crockery, ornaments and mugs can be classed as general waste.

How do I dispose of VHS tapes in NJ?

Step 1: Find an e-waste recycler in your area using the Earth911 recycling search. Step 2: Call and ask if they accept VHS tapes because their policies are changing all the time. Step 3: If there are no e-waste recyclers in your area, visit

Why some things Cannot be recycled?

In order for materials to be recycled, markets must exist and there must be a demand for the end products. If stable markets do not exist, materials are often stock-piled and could ultimately end up at the landfill. We want to ensure there is a stable market for a item before we add it to our collection.

Are plastic Coke bottles recyclable?

Yes, plastic containers can be recycled, but current systems of reclamation are failing to capture the vast majority of this waste, largely because there are few fiscal incentives. Coca-Cola should have known this would be the outcome.