Manny Parada, Director

paradam@shnj.org

Carrie Bosacco, Administrative Assistant

publicworks@shnj.org

Rebecca Gibula, Public Works Clerk

gibular@shnj.org

Francisco “Rocky” Tirado, Assistant Director Water-Sewer, Buildings, Grounds

tiradof@shnj.org

Robert Brewer, Supervisor Solid Waste, Beaches/Streets, Auto

brewerr@shnj.org

609-368-7311

***Schedules may change due to manpower availability, legal holidays and weather conditions***

*** Trash Collection Changes Effective July 11, 2022 ***

Please be advised that in accordance with Borough Ordinance No 1608, DPW personnel cannot enter into fenced yards with either pools or pets to collect trash and recycle bins, effective on July 11, 2022.

We request that you place your trash and recycling cans outside the fenced areas on the morning of your regular trash day to be collected by DPW Personnel. The cans will be returned to the location that you placed them.

The Solid Waste Convenience Center, located at the Stone Harbor Municipal Marina, is also available for your use seven days a week.

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Winter Trash/Recycle Collection Schedule:
January 1st, 2022 – May 21st, 2022
September 18th, 2022 – December 31st, 2022

Residential Route:

  • Monday: 80th Street to 93rd Street Ocean to Bay (includes Linden, Pennsylvania, Sunset)
  • Tuesday: 94th Street to 103rd Street Ocean to Bay (includes Berkley, Charles, Corinthian, Golden Gate, Seng, Sunrise, Sunset)
  • Wednesday: 104th Street to 122nd Street Ocean to Bay (includes Bower, Chelsea, Paradise, Stone, Sunset, Weber)
  • Brush pick-up is scheduled as necessary and is not collected with the trash and recycle.  Please call Public Works with your address.

Please note that we do not check every house at this time of year.

Please contact us at 609-368-7311 if you were here for a weekend or an off-season visit.

TRASH SCHEDULE (SUMMER) : May 22nd, 2022 – September 17th, 2022

    • 80th to 93rd – Ocean to Bay
      (Pennsylvania, Linden, Sunset) …. Monday and Thursday
    • 94th to 104th (300 and 400 blocks) – Ocean to Bay
      Seng, Sunrise, Sunset, Berkley, Charles, Corinthian, Golden Gate) …. Tuesday and Friday
    • 104th (100 and 200 blocks) to 122nd – Ocean to Bay
      (Sunset, Chelsea Place, Paradise, Stone, Weber, Bower) ….. Wednesday and Saturday
    • Beach and Street receptacles….Daily
    • Commercial – 6 days (Sunday by Request)
    • Trash in plastic bags must be placed in rigid receptacles with tight-fitting covers.
    • Do not place any trash or recyclables curbside! The Borough provides “rear yard” pickup.  We ask that you put your address/house number on your trash cans and lids.  It helps returning your cans/lids to your property shall they become airborne during any storm events in Stone Harbor.

Do not place any trash or recyclables curbside! The Borough provides “rear yard” pickup.  We ask that you put your address/house number on your trash cans and lids.  It helps returning your cans/lids to your property should they become airborne during any storm events in Stone Harbor.

BACK TO WINTER SCHEDULE : September 18, 2022 – December 31st, 2022

Ready Set Bag Up NJ 

The DEP, NJ Business Action Center and the NJ Clean Communities Council are working together to help businesses and communities understand and comply with the law. A new website at  opens in a new windowwww.nj.gov/dep/plastic-ban-law   includes helpful information for regulated entities, including a Frequently Asked Questions page, a list of establishments and how the law impacts them, a copy of the law, and more.

Additionally, the NJ Business Action Center has created a clearinghouse at  opens in a new windowhttps://business.nj.gov/bags/vendorclearinghouse  to aid businesses in identifying vendors and manufacturers who sell the reusable carryout bags permitted by the new law.

Or call the NJBAC “Bags” hotline at 866-534-7789 for questions about business compliance.

To learn more about the Clean Communities Council’s Bag Up NJ campaign, visit  opens in a new windowwww.bagupnj.com  For a video about BagUp NJ, visit  opens in a new windowwww.youtube.com/watch?v=uxxIrduooSk
Note: To reduce plastics pollution statewide, food-service businesses may provide single-use plastic straws to a customer only upon request, according to the NJ Department of Environmental Protection and NJ Business Action Center.

See Link for posted text:
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Not sure if it’s trash or recycling?  opens in a new windowClick here for the CMCMUA’S Waste Wizard!

***SPECIAL NOTE FOR TRASH OR RECYCLE CONTAINERS***
MUST BE 32 GALLONS – 75 POUNDS MAX!

***Schedules may change due to manpower availability, legal holidays and weather conditions***

  • Homeowners must provide recycling information and containers for their tenants.

BUNDLED BRUSH:

Keep in rear yard near the trash area only.

Please bag all yard debris that is too hard to bundle. Branches can be no larger than 3″ in diameter and/or 3′ in length.

(DO NOT PLACE AT THE CURB). Call Public Works (368-7311) with address for pickup.

BAGGED GRASS CLIPPINGS:

Keep in rear yard near trash area and call Public Works with address for pickup.

GRASS – CUT IT AND LEAVE IT:

opens in a new windowClick here for Tips on Environmentally-Friendly Lawn Care

BULK TRASH CLEAN UP DAYS FOR 2022:

Monday, March 14, 2022; Monday, May 9, 2022; Monday, September 12, 2022 and Tuesday, October 11, 2022. Curbside placement of old furniture, appliances and “junk” should be done within 72 hours prior to these dates. Construction debris will not be removed.

BULK TRASH CANNOT BE SET OUT AT ANY OTHER TIME (RGO 5-7.2)

No household hazardous waste, propane or paint is picked up for disposal. Call 609-368-7311 for details and instructions.

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