Computer & Electronic Recycling Program:
- Fax machines
- Computer monitors
- Computer scanners
- Cell phones
- Power sources
- Hard drives
- Lap tops
- Stereo equipment
- Copy machines
- Toaster ovens, microwaves
- DVD players
New State Law - NJ Residents Must Recycle Computers, TVs, Electronics, etc.
View a comprehensive list of items and how you can dispose of them.
Metal Bulk Items Collection Procedure:
- Residential wall-unit air conditioners
- Residential washer and dryer (removal of doors recommended)
- Residential stoves and ovens (removal of doors recommended)
- Residential refrigerators and freezers (removal of doors REQUIRED)
- Metal grills (propane tank must be removed by the homeowner before placing grill at curb)
- Hot water heaters (water removed - light enough to pick up)
- Metal basketball poles and rims (without cement)
- Water coolers
Metal Bulk Items/Household appliances are collected at the curb by the Wyckoff DPW on Wednesdays by appointment only. Appliance collection is suspended during snow plowing operations and fall leaf collection. Residents can bring their household appliances to the Recycling Center throughout the year. For household appliance collection, call Town Hall at (201) 891-7000, ext. 101 prior to putting them at the curb and provide your address.
The following items are not considered the usual, daily household garbage items and are considered construction/renovation materials, unusual, oversized or overweight items. Provisions should be made by the property owner when they are planning a construction project or have an unusual item. These items should be disposed of by the contractor replacing/removing or residents may contract with private trash collectors; consult the yellow pages under Rubbish & Garbage Removal for the below listed items:
- Air conditioner compressors
- Pool heaters
- Cook tops
- Central air conditioning units
- Swing sets
- Railroad ties
- Toilets, sinks, tubs, etc.
- Windows/doors, garage doors
- All construction and demolition debris including all types of building materials
Click here for a complete list of garbage and recycling items and the proper method of disposal.
Disposal of Unusual Items:
Provisions should be made by the property owner for disposal of these special items when they are planning a special project or have an unusual trash item. When applying for a building permit, the Building Department can offer information on the recycling of building materials. For example, many roofers recycle asphalt shingles instead of disposing of them.
If you are in need of special pickups, consult the yellow pages under “Rubbish and Garbage Removal.” It should provide a list of private contractors who dispose of construction materials, garage doors, pianos, furnaces or any other unusual items. These private services may also be useful if, due to an impending move or other circumstance, a property owner has a large volume of disposable materials.
Wyckoff’s trash and refuse collection is an important service program and has been designed to benefit all taxpayers in an efficient and equitable manner. It is structured to provide collection of materials that are generated by everyone; that is, the usual daily garbage and trash items. It is an unfair burden to assume the costs for collection and disposal of items for special projects; construction, or unusual, oversized or overweight items.