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COUNTY PLAN SUMMARY

The following information is subject to change and was compiled from information provided by the counties.

Atlantic County
All solid waste solid waste types 10, 13, 13C, 23, 25, 27 and 27A generated from within Atlantic County must be disposed of at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority Landfill in Egg Harbor Township.


Bergen County

Open market


Burlington County

All solid waste types 10, 23 and 25 generated from within Burlington County
must be disposed of at the Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex located in Florence Township and in Mansfield Township. 


Camden County

Open market


Cape May County

All solid waste generated from within Cape May County not disposed out of state must be disposed of at the Cape May County MUA Landfill in Woodbine Borough.


Cumberland County

All solid waste types 10, 13, 13C, 23, 25, 27, and 27A generated from within Cumberland County  must be disposed of at the Cumberland County Solid Waste Complex, located in Deerfield Township.


Essex County

Municipal processible solid waste types 10, 23, and 27 are directed to the Essex County RRF. Commercial processible solid waste types 10, 23, 25, and 27 are directed to the Waste Management of New Jersey, Inc. Transfer Station/Material Recovery Facility (TS/MRF) in Elizabeth (Julia Street), Union County.

All non-processible solid waste types 13, 13C, 23, and 27 directed to the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC) Keegan Landfill in Kearny.


Gloucester County

All processible waste generated from within Gloucester County must be disposed of at the Wheelabrator RRF in West Deptford Township. All bypass solid waste must be disposed of at the Gloucester County Improvement Authority Landfill in South Harrison Township.


Hudson County

All solid waste types 10 and 25 generated from within Hudson County are directed to the Advanced Enterprises Recycling Transfer Station in Newark.

All solid waste types 13, 13C, 23, and 27 generated from within Hudson County must be disposed of at the NJMC Keegan Landfill in Kearny.


Hunterdon County

Open market


Mercer County

All solid waste types generated from within Mercer County are directed to the Mercer County Improvement Authority Transfer Station in Ewing Township.


Middlesex County

Open market with solid waste management fee charged on all Middlesex County-generated solid waste disposed of out of county.


Monmouth County

All solid waste type 10 generated from within Monmouth County not disposed out of state must be disposed of at the Monmouth County Landfill in Tinton Falls Borough.


Morris County

All solid waste types generated from within Morris County are directed to either of the Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority's TS/MRFs in Mt. Olive or Parsippany-Troy Hills.


Ocean County

All non-recycled solid waste types generated from within Ocean County not transported out of state for disposal must be disposed of at the Ocean County Landfill in Manchester Township.


Passaic County

Open market


Salem County

Open market


Somerset County

Open market


Sussex County

All solid waste generated from within Sussex County must be disposed of at the Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority Landfill in Lafayette.


Union County

All solid waste types 10 and 25 generated from within Union County must be disposed of at the Union County RRF in Rahway.

All solid waste types 13 (except automobiles, trucks, trailers, large vehicle parts, drums and appliances), 13C, 23, and 27 are directed to the NJMC Keegan Landfill in Kearny.


Warren County

Open market


 

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Last Updated: January 30, 2013