314 Route 539, Cream Ridge, NJ 08514 uftnjadmin@uftnj.com
314 Route 539, Cream Ridge, NJ 08514 uftnjadmin@uftnj.com
State Police Hotline (non emergency)
609-584-5000 ext. 5015
Monday - Thursday
8:30 am - 4:15 pm

Public Works

DepartmentsPublic Works

Normal Operating Hours for Recycling:

Monday 7AM-12PM.
Saturday 7AM – 12PM
Monday Regular Recycling Only.


  1. No Bulk or Brush will be accepted during Monday operations
  2. All Residents using the Recycling Center are required to use masks when unable to maintain social distancing restrictions.
  3. Saturdays, Bulk and brush will be accepted as well as regular recycling. One load of bulk and brush (No grass , leaves or ornamental plants) per resident. No Exceptions.
  4. One vehicle will be permitted at the bulk dumpster at a time. UFT DPW worker will direct you. All other restrictions apply.

Please exercise all safety measures in place and follow the directions of our DWP workers at the Recycling Center. The Recycling Center is re-opening with these hours in an attempt to avoid long car lines and waiting times.

 

 

TELEVISIONS, COMPUTER MONITORS AND CRT’S ARE ACCEPTED AT THE RECYCLING CENTER.

Plastic, Glass and Aluminum Cans are deposited in a Co-mingle Dumpster

See paper shredding document below for dates and locations

RECYCLING INFORMATION

The recycling center is now staffed to insure that rules and regulations are followed;  This facility is for residents and small businesses of Upper Freehold Only!

The Public Works Department provides the following services

Recycling Center – Drop off center is located at the Public Works Recycling center in back of the Municipal Building

Bulk Items Drop Off Center

The gate for bulk trash and brush items, including washers, dryers and refrigerators, will only be open on Saturdays. Tires and construction debris are not accepted.
7:00 AM TO 12:00 P.M. OR UNTIL THE DUMPSTERS ARE FULL
THERE IS A ONE LOAD LIMIT PER DAY

Hours

Monday AND Saturday ONLY
Closed Tuesday through Friday Sunday and Holidays
If holidays fall on a Monday the center will be open on Tuesday.

Website Trouble Reporting

If you have trouble with accessing information contained within this web site, please contact us via UFTNJADMIN@UFTNJ.COM or 609 758 7738 ext. 226.

Operating Hours

Monday – Thursday
6:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Recycling Hours
Monday and Saturday
7:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.


Bulk and Brush Hours
Saturday Only 7:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

Wanted: Full Time Public Works Department Labor

See Employment Opportunity tab for detail

Report Road Problems

Sal Fiorenzo
Cert. Public Works Mgr
Recycling Coordinator

dpw@uftnj.com
609-758-7738 ext.210
609-758-5592

Regular Brush Schedule

Saturday only
7:am -12:00 p.m.

  • 1 Load per day. Branches only!
  • No larger than 6″ in diameter.
  • No ornamental grass or leaves.

Website Trouble Reporting

If you have trouble with accessing information contained within this web site, please contact us via UFTNJADMIN@UFTNJ.COM or 609 758 7738 ext. 226.

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www.nj.gov/dep/dshw/recycling/ 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.

www.earth911.com/ 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.