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ACUA provides biweekly recycling collection. View recycling guidelines for Atlantic County.

ACUA provides weekly trash collection.

ACUA will collect 2 bulky items every trash day. This includes a mattress or piece of furniture, for example. This does not include construction or demolition debris.

Public Works provides metal/appliance collection. Call 609.625.6311 to schedule.

ACUA collects yard waste on Saturdays throughout the year. Brush/branches should not exceed 4 ft. in length or 8 in. in diameter and should be tied with twine. View schedule for exact dates.

Container Guidelines

Recycling:  Recycling should be placed loose in containers meant for outdoor curbside collection. 

Trash: All trash must be placed in carts provided by Hamilton Township. If you are interested in purchasing an additional trash cart, fill out the Additional Trash Cart Rental Agreement form and return to the Hamilton Township Department of Public Works.  

Please note: Containers must not weigh more than 50 lbs. If using a cart, this weight limit does not apply. No barrels or drums. 

Click here to see ACUA's container options.

All items must be placed out before 7 a.m. on your scheduled collection day.

Waste Drop Off Services

Electronics can be taken to the Public Works Facility located at 5500 Atlantic Avenue on the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The drop-off is available to Hamilton Township residents only. Call 609.625.6311 for details.

Tires without rims may be dropped off at the Public Works Facility, Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The drop-off is available to Hamilton Township residents only. Limited to 4 per month.

Household Hazardous Waste should be taken to ACUA drop-offs throughout the year and never placed in your household trash can. View dates and information. 

Municipal Information

6101 13th Street
Hamilton Township, NJ 08330
Christopher Tilley
Public Works Director
LuAnne McCardell
Recycling Coordinator
Brett Noll
Township Administrator