Information for Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority: scmua.org
Stillwater Township offers their residents a Recycling and Convenience Center to bring their household trash and recycling. Residents wishing to have their trash and recycling picked up curbside can contract with several companies in the area. The Center’s hours are 9:00am to 2:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays (excluding holidays).
Regular trash may be dropped off at a fee of .15 cents per pound. Disposal fees for special items, such as furniture, automobiles and large appliances are listed below. Scroll down for information about recycling, non-recyclable items and electronic recyclables.
Item and Disposal Fee
*Recyclable materials separated by category (paper, corrugated cardboard and brown paper bags, motor oil, newspaper, containers, batteries)
*All non-rechargeable household batteries are NOT recyclable.
*Trash disposal (at a fee of 15 cents per pound)
*Aluminum cans shall be separated from other recyclables and placed in container for aluminum cans only.
All junk mail, all magazines, catalogs, white and yellow lined paper tablets, computer paper, copier and fax paper, construction paper (no glue or separators), manila files and envelopes, brochures, all plastic bottles with a 1, 2 or 3 inside the recycling triangle (no caps; rinsed and flattened), tin cans (rinsed or flattened), aluminum foil and pans (rinsed), glass (rinsed and no lids) and telephone books.
Plastic and metal spine booklets, plastic caps and lids, light bulbs, window panes, and ceramic glass.
The items listed must be recycled at Sussex County Municipal Solid Waste Facility, 34 South Route 94, Lafayette: computers and computer equipment (monitors, printers etc.), televisions, printers and fax machines, radios and cd players
All other electronics (i.e. vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, etc.) can be brought to the Stillwater Recycling and Convenience Center with their regular household waste to be weighed with a fee of 15 cents per pound.
For further information on the Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority please visit their website at: www.scmua.org
Stillwater Township offers residents a Recycling and Convenience Center for household trash and recycling.
Residents are able to view property tax information through the Municipal Software Inc. system. You may find a property by entering the property’s location or block, lot and qualifier.
Stillwater Township posts all information about bids and proposals for township projects on a dedicated page.