This is an interactive map of Woodbury’s trash route, as of May 2, 2016, powered by Google Maps. Zoom in to find your street. Click color blocks to to learn what days trash pickup is scheduled for that area.
Yellow = Tuesday Green = Wednesday Red = Thursday Purple = Friday
- Trash and recycling containers should be metal or plastic, water tight, have handles, not exceed 32 gallons and weigh no more than 50 pounds when filled.
- Plastic trash bags may be used in place of containers, but must not be overloaded or ruptured. Metal drums not originally designed to contain trash are NOT acceptable.
- Five-gallon buckets are not considered a proper container for trash and/or recycles. If you place your recycles or trash in a five-gallon bucket, it will be collected as a recycle item as they are recyclable. It is not considered a reusable container. Please use a reusable container to insure proper pick-up.
- Any trash or construction debris generated by a contractor is the responsibility of the contractor and the homeowner. The City will not remove this waste, even if it is placed curbside. Residents should insist that the contractor use a dumpster and private hauler for construction debris.
- All trash must be placed at the curb before 7:00 AM on trash day, but not before 5:00 PM on the day prior to collection. After collection, empty containers shall be removed from curbside promptly, no later than 7:00 PM.
Yard waste is defined as such; leaves, weeds, grass clippings (should be placed in an open container or an open bag) and tree branches, cut into 4′ lengths and bundled.
Your continuing cooperation is essential in order that we provide you better service. Please show your support by the proper placement, packaging and separation of your waste products. Should you have any questions or require assistance, please call our office at 856-853-0892 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Starting Monday, May 2, 2016, all trash pickups throughout the City will change to the following days:
Monday: The City will collect yard debris, to include grass clippings and tree branches only.
Tuesday: From Hunter Street to Glassboro Road; the 1st block of Delaware Street; and Newton Avenue and Euclid Street.
Wednesday: Everyone north of Red Bank Avenue.
Thursday: All streets south of Delaware/Cooper Streets, between railroad tracks & Jackson Street.
Friday: All streets west of Jackson Street, including both sides of Jackson Street.
On your designated day you may place the following materials at the curb for collection by our crews:
- Glass, bottles, cans, plastics, paper, cardboard – (Recycles may be commingled)
Contact Roy Duffield for Recycle bins: 856-845-1300 ext.125, [email protected]
Does it Include
How To Prepare
CardboardAll cardboard boxes,
and uncontaminated food cartons
Cell phones, etc… (see last page below for more
Glass bottles / jars – MAY BE COMINGLEDAll glass food & beverage containers NOT containing food.
MAY BE COMINGLED
Aluminum cans, scrap,
and clean aluminum products (No “TV” or frozen food trays). Must NOT contain food.
Cans / metal –
MAY BE COMINGLEDMetal food & beverage containers, small metal scraps
MAY BE COMINGLED
/ large metal items
Oil Used motor oil only
TiresMust be removed from rimNotify our office when you put them outMiscellaneousBricks, concrete, cinder blocks, wood, metal or wood post (must be free
of concrete)Separate at the curb, and notify our office for pick upAll materials must be placed at the curb after 4:00 p.m. the evening before or prior to 7:00 am the day of collection.
Download the Recycling Packet here.
Commonly Asked Questions About Recycling
Q: Are TVs recyclable?
A: YES…please put out with regular trash but keep separate from regular trash.
Q: Does the City of Woodbury E-Cycle?
A: Yes, see the E-Cycling page for detailed items.
Q: Must I call for appliance or heavy metal pick up?
Q: Must I call for vegetation or wood pick up?
Q: Should I remove metal rings from bottles?
Q: What do I do with Special Household Waste (paint, oil, fluorescent tubes, etc.)?
A: Must be retained for disposal at the Gloucester County Household Special Waste Collection Days. (For information on dates & location, please call 856-478-6045×14)
Q: What do I do with construction or demolition debris?
A: Small amounts will be collected if a homeowner is doing his own work. Any debris generated as a result of a project involving a contractor must be disposed of at the contractor’s or owners expense. The City of Woodbury’s ordinance states the same. This debris will not be picked up by the city.
Q: Are tires recyclable?
A: Yes, they must be off the rim. We will pick one up per trash day.
Q: What is the maximum weight allowed for a trash / recycling container at the curb?
A: 50 LBS. FULL
Q: What is a reusable container?
A: A metal or plastic container with handles. Oil drums are not allowed. (Items in containers which are broken, damaged, or has missing handles will not be collected. Containers such as these can cause severe injuries to the men handling them.) No five (5) gallon buckets should be used as they are considered a recycle item and will be picked up as such.
Q: How are leaves collected during leave season?
A: Leaves are to be raked to the park-strip (area between curb & sidewalk) for collection by the leaf machines. Signs will be posted on each street, approximately one week in advance of machine collections between mid-October and late December. LEAVES ALONG THE GUTTERLINE IN THE STREET WILL
NOT BE PICKED UP.
Q: Does recycling really work?
A: Yes, at present we divert over 50% of our solid waste to recycling facilities.
Q: Does the City really issue tickets to TRASH, RECYCLING AND YARD DEBRIS violators?
A: YES. The City of Woodbury is cracking down on violators of Woodbury’s trash and recycling ordinance and can be subject to a fine of up to $1,000.00 per violation. The owner and/or
occupant shall be individually or jointly held responsible for compliance with all provisions.
Items approved for collection:
15-, 17-, 19-, 21-inch monitors, flat screens and all in ones towers, desktops and laptops, uninterrupted power supply, keyboards and speakers, all types of wire, gold clip ends, all types of memory, printers, fax machines, scanner, modems, copy machines, any hard drives, fans and power supplies, mother, b, c, tweener and finger boards, ac adaptors, yokes, and motors, plastic, aluminum, brass, light iron, and copper metals, bailed or loose, any and all related computer parts, phones, cell phones, cell phone and laptop batteries, car batteries, rechargeable type batteries, PC scrap, and stereos (no wood), VCR, DVD, CD players boomboxes, audio and visual equipment, scanners and pagers, cash registers and, scales (electronic or mechanical)
The City of Woodbury provides E-Waste Recycling
Effective January 1, 2011, The City of
Woodbury is expanding its curbside recycling program by including electronic waste recycling. The program is designed to remove computers and electronic components from the household waste stream.
The collection of e-waste will be similar to the metal collection program where Woodbury residents are asked to place the “E-Waste” items curbside and to keep them separated from your regular trash. Residents are asked to contact the Public Works office (856-853-0892) to be placed on the collection list. Once on the list, Public Works employees will collect your items curbside. All items will be taken to a NJDEP approved recycling facility for processing.
Please check the below websites for more helpful and valuable information:
- Recycling NJ provides practical and straight-forward advice for how New Jersey citizens can reduce the amount of waste their households produce, with simple tips for waste reduction or reuse that do not require dramatic changes in lifestyle. It also gives suggestions for alternative ways for reusing some of the items residents might otherwise discard. Additionally, it provides information about additional recycling options that are not available through your local authority, but have been created by private businesses and charity groups, for the collection or redistribution of specific waste items, often at little
or no expense to your constituents.
- Earth 911 is a privately owned, for-profit company that specializes in providing consumers with accessible and actionable recycling information across the country. Its Recycling Directory is very comprehensive. It contains information for recycling over 240 different products. The Directory is free for consumers to use on the website, through the toll-free and bilingual hotline (1-800 CLEANUP) and with the free iPhone application (iRecycle). Earth911.com lists over 127,000 locations and programs that people can search in the directory to find local recycling and disposal resources. The information provided through the site’s directory, editorials and resources represents only fact-based, informational and useful content.
Please call the Public Works Department at 856-853-0892 should you have any questions.