Trash is picked up every Wednesday unless otherwise noted.

Trash Collection Pick-Up

EVERY Wednesday is Garbage Collection pick-up day. The truck comes very early in the morning so it is suggested that trash be placed at the curb, after 4:00PM, the night before.

Brush Pick-Up (**UPDATED 3/13/24**)
Starting Monday, March 27, 2023 there will be a spring/summer and fall/winter brush schedule. For spring/summer, between March until October, brush collection will occur Monday & Tuesday. Weekly brush collection returned on March 4th. Bagged/containerized, non-chippable yard waste will be collected first. The chipper will then go around after. This may lead to some brush being collected Tuesday mornings. Brush intended for the chipper should be cut to no more than 6 feet in length and stacked loosely with the cut ends pointing in the direction of travel. Brush, branches and logs with diameters larger than 6" should be cut shorter than 4 feet when possible. Piles or bundles of brush intended for the chipper no longer needs to be tied and bundled.  Grass clippings will NOT be picked up. Please compost or mulch these items.
For fall/winter, October-February, there will be no brush collection so DPW can focus on leaf collection and snow removal. During this time, residents are welcome to drop off their brush at the wastewater treatment plant on Breza Road Monday through Friday between the hours of 6:30AM and 2PM. Spring brush collection will resume the week of March 6th weather permitting. 
Woodchips (**UPDATED 12/05/23**)
Residents are welcome to come down to the wastewater treatment plant on  Breza Road to pick up free woodchips. These woodchips are made from the Borough's brush that is run through the chipper during the year. 
Bulk Goods
EVERY SECOND Wednesday is Bulk Trash pick-up day. Trash that is too large to be stored in a regular trash can, but is also NOT recyclable, a white goods item, electronic waste, hazardous waste, construction waste or metal is then classified as bulk trash. For a complete list of what is NOT bulk trash see below.
  • Metal items, including outdoor grills, will also NOT be collected as part bulk trash per the hauler.
  • Mattresses and box springs must be wrapped in plastic or in mattress bags (available at home improvement stores) for collection due to concerns over bedbugs and COVID-19. Mattresses over the full size or larger, must first be wrapped in plastic, then folded in half, and tied with a rope. 
  • Anything over 4ft in length must be cut in half. 
  • Anything with glass will need safety tape in an "X" across the glass. 
  • No loose bulk items may be left by the curb. Items must be packaged in either a container, a contractor bag, or bundled for collection. 
  • Only 9 small-medium sized items or four large items can be picked up per household on bulk trash days. 

Items should be placed at the curb the night prior. Please call Borough Hall to get added to the list for pick-up. The list is closed at 12PM the day before pick-up. If you are not on the list, your items will not be collected. Call 609-259-3151. 
White Goods
The LAST Wednesday of each month is White Goods pick-up day. Washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, etc. are classified as white goods waste items. Items should be placed out the evening prior. Doors to refrigerators must be removed. The refrigerator body is put out on white goods day and the doors are put out on bulk trash day. There is a $35.00 fee per item. Please contact Borough Hall to arrange for pick up and payment at 609-259-3151. Items placed out at the curb without contacting Borough Hall first will not be picked up. 

Electronic  Waste
The LAST Wednesday of each month is Electronic Waste pick-up day. Outdoor grills, TVs, computers, etc. are classified as electronic waste items. Items should be placed out the evening prior. There is no fee. Please contact Borough Hall to arrange pick up at 609-259-3151. Items placed out at the curb without contacting Borough Hall first will not be picked up. 

Hazardous Waste
Monmouth County's Hazardous Waste Facility, located at 3211 Shafto Road in Tinton Falls, processes all the hazardous waste for Monmouth County. Call 732-683-8686 and follow the prompts for "household hazardous waste disposal". Materials can be dropped off on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:00PM to 4:00PM, Thursdays and Fridays from 12:00PM to 8:00PM, and Saturdays from 8:00AM to 4:00PM. 

The facility is open to Monmouth County residents only. There are no appointments required to drop off materials at the facility. The facility limits residents to 20 gallons of liquid or 220 pounds of dry material per visit. Liquid containers are limited to a 5 gallon size maximum. Solid packages are limited to 50 pounds of weight maximum.

No business or commercially generated waste is accepted. Asbestos, ammunition, fireworks, gunpowder, boat flares, radioactive materials (including smoke detectors), medical waste, and medical sharps are not permitted for disposal at this facility. 

Monmouth County reserves the right to reject participants and/or materials at its sole discretion. Visit their website at