Recycling Collection Information
Zone 1 – The Terrace to Baltimore Blvd.: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
Zone 2 – Philadelphia Blvd. to Sea Girt Avenue: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month
NEW RECYCLING REGULATIONS IMPOSED BY THE STATE, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
Due to recently imposed State regulations, effective immediately, plastic bags can no longer be accepted nor can they be dumped in the recycling bins at the Borough Yard. If recyclables are conveyed to the yard in a plastic bag, you must dump the recyclables into the bin; the plastic bag should be re-used by the resident or disposed of as trash.
Please use containers no larger than 32-gallon for the disposal of all recyclable material. Any recyclables that are placed in bags cannot be collected.
Pizza boxes are now considered trash due to the presence of food residue. They should be disposed of with household trash.
The Recycling Center is under video surveillance. Fines shall be issued for any illegal dumping.
The Mayor & Council appreciate your cooperation in this effort to comply with the new State Regulations.
REMINDER: NO PICK-UP ON THE 5TH WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH
(*) All recyclables will be picked up curbside or backyard (resident’s choice) on your designated Wednesday unless otherwise noted in the Holiday Schedule.
If your sanitation, garden trash and/or recycling is not picked up according to the schedule, please contact the Public Works Department at 732.449.6463 or [email protected] the same day before 2:00 PM. When contacting the Public Works Department, please be sure to include your address and telephone number if you leave a message.
Recyclable drop-off bins and sheds for residents’ use, are conveniently located at the Sea Girt Recycling Center, Bell Place.
Sea Girt Recycling Center
Wednesday – Friday: 8:30 am – 2:45 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8:00 am – 11:45 am
If you are unsure as to whether or not your item is recyclable or not, please check the Monmouth County Mandated Recyclables & Sorting.
Hazardous Household Waste Disposal
Hazardous household waste is defined as any materials that exhibit certain hazardous characteristics. Some examples of hazardous household waste material are paints, automotive products, pesticides, aerosols, and flammable materials.
Hazardous household waste materials are not collected or accepted for disposal by the Borough of Sea Girt. However, Monmouth County has a Permanent Household Hazardous Waste Site facility set up to accept these products.
Year-round hazardous household waste disposal is available free of charge to county residents at the Monmouth County Household Hazardous Waste Facility, 3211 Shafto Road in Tinton Falls.
Please call (732) 683-8686 (ext. 5210) for more information, directions, or to make an appointment. Additional information can be found here: Household Hazardous Waste Facility.
- Each item must be in its original container with its original label (with the exception of used oil, gas or antifreeze).
- The maximum amount of dry material that may be dropped off is 200 pounds and/or 20 gallons of liquid with no container larger than 5 gallons.
Items NOT Accepted: Lab re-agents, concrete, explosives, radioactive materials and asbestos. Unknown or unidentified items are not allowed.
Further Recycling Information can also be obtained by calling the Monmouth County Recycling Hotline at (732) 431-7460.