News | October 20, 2017

'E-Waste' Now Accepted At Toms River Recycling Center

Effective immediately, the Toms River Department of Public Works is now able to recycle electronic waste. This means that Township residents can drop off electronic waste at our facility, year-round, free of charge.

“Due to a significant increase in e-waste disposal fees, the Township stopped accepting recycled electronics on October 1, 2016. Residents had been required to bring them to the Ocean County recycling facility in Lakewood. I am happy to report that we partnered with Reverse Logistics LLC, and are now able to provide this service to all Toms River Township residents,” said Lou Amoruso, Director of Public Works.

Electronic items (see below) may be dropped off at the Toms River Recycling Convenience Center, located at 1672 Church Road, Monday through Saturday from 7:30 am – 3:00 pm. For more information, call (732) 255-1000 ext. 8108.

“Recycling electronics not only conserves natural resources, but protects the environment from harmful toxins and saves landfill space. We are extremely pleased to offer this added service to our residents at no cost.” said Council President Al Manforti.

E-Waste List
Items accepted at our facility

  • All TV's
  • Computer Monitors, all sizes and types
  • Computer Towers, Laptops, Tablets

SOURCE: Township of Toms River