Councilwoman Paula Bonamassa
Director of Public Works and Technology
(856)783-1520 x 154
Mr. Joseph Miles, Jr.
Phone: (856) 784-6162
Public Works Summer
Hours during June, July and August
6:30 AM until 2:30 PM
important information regarding recycling that will
take effect with this week’s pickup.
Several changes have been
made to how we normally recycle. One of the biggest
changes is the usage of bags for recycling. If you
bag your recycling, please use CLEAR plastic bags,
so the items can be identified at the recycling
If any item is identified such as the ones in the
image, the can will be left at the curb.
Please contact the
Department of Public Works at 856-784-6162 with any
questions or concerns.
The Recycling Bin's
In Magnolia, we
work hard to keep our neighborhoods looking
Help our community
stay clean and green on trash collection day and
throughout the week. Trash and recyclable
materials should be placed at the curb between
7:00 PM the night before collections and 6:00 AM
on the collection day. Please respect your
neighbors by removing the empty containers by
7:00 PM that day.
Trash & Recycling in Magnolia
Trash, recycling and newspapers should be placed curbside between 7:00
PM the night prior collection and 6:00 AM the day of collection.
Empty cans should be removed from curbside by 7:00 PM on collection day.
Carpet should be cut and tied into 4-foot bundles not exceeding 50
Discarded wood should be cut and tied into 6-foot bundles not exceeding
50 pounds each. Nails should be removed or flattened against the
surface to prevent injury to collection personnel.
Railroad ties need to be cut under 6-feet in length and must weight less
than 50 pounds.
Private contractors must independently dispose of any construction waste
or demolition debris that their business generates.
Trash should be placed in plastic or metal containers to prevent animals
from tearing through plastic bags.
SINGLE STREAM RECYCLABLES
Glass, aluminum, tin and plastics #1, #2,
#4, #5 and #7 plastic food and beverage containers (caps removed),
newspapers, office paper, magazines and corrugated cardboard (small enough to
fit in container) should be placed
in the designated blue recycling containers provided by the Borough.
Paper and cardboard no longer need to be separated from glass, aluminum and
Acceptable single stream materials included: aluminum
food and beverage containers; clear, brown and green glass containers;
ferrous cans (i.e., soup, coffee, etc.); #1, #2, #4, #5 and #7 plastic food
and beverage containers (caps removed) (i.e.,
milk, water jugs, detergent and shampoo containers); old newspaper
(including Sunday inserts), craft paper bags, corrugated containers,
soda/beer wrappers, six-pack containers, cereal boxes, pizza boxes and
Unacceptable commingled materials include coat hangers,
plastic bags, pots and pans, metal household items, #3 and above plastics,
ceramics, light bulbs, dishes, drinking glasses, mirrors, window glass,
antifreeze bottles, used oil containers, syringes, buckets, laundry baskets
and 5-gallon containers.
keyboards, VCRs, scanners, DVD players, tape
players, monitors, stereo equipment,
typewriters, printers, TVs, laptops, modems,
telecommunication equipment, fax machines,
mouses, radios, answering machines, and
telephones can be placed curb-side on trash
day and will be collected seperately.
APPLIANCES AND BULK METAL
Yard waste is collected
Place curbside in open containers or tied bundles (weighing
less than 50-pounds). Blue recycling buckets can be used for leaves
and grass only. Cut and tie brush into bundles no longer than 6-foot
and no heavier than 50 pounds. Place bundles neatly on the park strip
with your trash.
FALL LEAF COLLECTION
Rake leaves to the area between the curb and sidewalk.
Leaves should be raked into one or two large piles rather
than several small piles
Please do not bag leaves. We cannot vacuum bagged
Please do not mix brush or vines with leaves. During
leaf collection season, the Public Works Department does not chip brush.
Brush and vegetative matter will be picked up with regular trash pick-up.
Cut and tie into bundles no longer than 4-foot and no heavier than
50-pounds. Place bundles neatly curbside with your trash.
During a snow storm, the Public Works employee’s
are working hard to make your streets safe.
Township trucks may plow your street several
times and as the snow rolls off the plows it
sometimes accumulates in driveways. Please
understand that this is unavoidable and it does
become the homeowner’s responsibility to clear
it. Here are some helpful hints to make “snow”
removal less frustrating:
Shovel snow to the
right side of your driveway (facing the
street) to minimize the amount of snow
entering your driveway.
If possible, wait
until the township trucks have made at least
three passes on your street before cleaning
DO NOT PARK
cars on the street from
after snow have continuously fallen until
snow has stopped. This speeds the removal
process and prevents cars from being plowed
Call the Sewer
Department at (609) 868-2552 when you have a
sewer blockage before calling your plumber.
By following the
rules listed below, you can save yourself a call
to the plumber.
Residents who encounter potholes on borough
streets, should call Public Works at (856)
784-6162 to report the location.