Please set materials to be recycled at the curb no earlier than 6:00 PM during Eastern Daylight Savings Time on the day before collection. Our new recycling collector, Giordano Companies, can arrive as early as 6:00 AM to collect the recycling.
If your recycling is not collected on your regular day, please contact Giordano Companies during the week at their toll free number at (800) 216-2250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ELECTRONICS RECYCLING & PAPER SHREDDING
The next Livingston electronics recycling and paper shredding drive is Sunday, April 7, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Livingston Senior/Community Center, 204 Hillside Avenue.
Other dates in 2013 will be June 22 and October 19.
County residents can also bring their electronics to be recycled
for free to Advanced Recovery, Inc., 50 Grafton Ave., Newark,
NJ 07104. Call (973) 485-9100 for more information.
Acceptable items include TVs, computers and components, printers, copiers, DVDs, VCRs, small household appliances (toasters, vacuums, blenders, coffee makers, etc.) and other electrical items. Cell phones will be collected for the Cell Phones for Soldiers program and rechargeable batteries will be accepted.
NOTES ABOUT LIVINGSTON RECYCLING
- When a holiday falls on your recycling day or earlier in the same week, the recycling pick-up will take place on the following day from your regular schedule. Refer to the Town Planner Calendar for your scheduled pick up dates.
can you recycle?
- Beginning July 2, 2012 Giordano Companies of Newark is collecting the residential curbside recycling. For missed pickups contact them at their toll free phone number (800) 216-2250 or email email@example.com.
- Livingston's recycling ordinance (40-2008)
- NJ residents can no longer put TVs, computers and monitors out on the curb for regular trash collection pickup. Instead, these items must be taken to a drop-off point, such as a county or
municipal solid waste collection center or a participating electronics retail store. Best Buy stores statewide and community-based service programs, most notably Goodwill Industries and the
Salvation Army, also accept these materials.
For more information on New Jersey’s E-Cycle program, including a list of e-waste recycling locations statewide, a connection to all 21 county recycling web sites, and information for consumers on “front door’’ pickup service to deal with extra heavy televisions or for people with special needs, visit: http://www.nj.gov/dep/dshw/ewaste/index.html