The Main Office is located at 745 Lebanon Road, Millville, NJ. It’s open Monday to Friday 8 am to 4:30 PM.
The Solid Waste Complex is located at 169 Jesse Bridge Road, Rosenhayn, NJ. It’s open Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 3:30 pm and Saturday 8 am to noon.
Click the Contact Us button at the top of the page to complete the inquiry form. You can also access The Authority’s directory here. https://theauthoritynj.com/directory.
For most household trash, the cost is about $.04 a pound. For example, to dispose of a mattress and box spring the cost is approximately $2.99.
Yes. The landfill at the Solid Waste Complex is more than just a place to “dump” your trash. Located at 169 Jesse Bridge Road in Rosenhayn, the landfill (aka “the dump”) is part of the Solid Waste Complex which includes a water treatment facility, convenience center, recycling, compressed natural gas station, truck wash, electricity-producing micro-grid and much more.
Yes. Residents and businesses in Cumberland County can dispose of trash/recycling here at the Solid Waste Complex. Drive up to the Scale House to be weighed, then to the designated disposal area, then back to the Scale House to be weighed again. For most household trash, the cost is about $.04 a pound.
Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 7:30AM to 3:30PM, Saturday 8:00AM to 12:00PM and closed on Sunday.
To register, residents must go to the Solid Waste Complex Administration Building, 169 Jesse Bridge Road. A valid driver’s license and one other document showing proof of residence are required. Registrations are done Monday to Friday 9 AM to 3 PM. There is a limit of two registered individuals per household. Click here for more information on the Deerfield Township Resident Disposal Program.
Through a partnership between The Authority and the Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA), the ACUA provides curbside collection for trash and recycling in Bridgeton, Millville, and Vineland. Residents in those municipalities can contact the ACUA at 609-272-6950 to report a missed pickup or other collection concerns.
This includes household furniture (such as chairs and sofas, mattress and box spring, table and chairs), hard plastics (such as toys, chairs, tables, coolers, and outdoor playsets), fencing, wood, rugs, PVC pipe, and light construction debris (such as toilets, windows, etc.).
This includes household trash, garbage, food waste, kitchen plates and cups, drinking glasses, empty medicine bottles, windowpane glass pieces, light bulbs (non-fluorescent), aluminum pots and pans, plates and tableware, corning ware and Tupperware, Styrofoam, toys, plastics #3 to #7, plastic bags, ceramics and crystal, alkaline batteries (AA, AAA, C, D), latex paint (hardened in can with lid), water conditioning units, and non-recyclable items.
Yes. Small appliances such as vacuums, blenders, alarm clocks, toasters, plastic coffee makers etc. can be safely disposed of in the trash.
Cumberland County residents can bring in auto and truck tires, with or without rims. The cost is $2 per tire for up to 10. More than 10 tires is weighed and charged at $225 per ton. Contact your local municipality for tire collection with your normal trash pickup.
Disposal of asbestos is by appointment only. Prior approval is required before disposing of asbestos at the landfill. Contact Sal DeFrancisco at 856-825-3700 x2020 for details and approval. Forms can be found here.
These items are not accepted at the landfill. Contact your local municipality for disposal options.
The safest way is through a program set up to dispose of these items. Contact your local Walgreen’s Drug Store to participate in their Needle Collection & Disposal System to properly dispose of used needles. At home, place the used needle in a sturdy plastic container such as a detergent bottle. Place the lid on the bottle, securely tape it closed, mark NEEDLES on all sides of the container and put in your trash. Keep the safety of the trash collectors when using this method and prepare the container with extra caution.
Residents can store these items at their homes until the next available event. Once these items leave your home they are considered hazardous and not accepted at any other time at The Authority. We have no way to store these items and it is considered illegal to do so. You may also choose to contact one of the vendors used at our events to collect the items from your home. Their contact information is available here.
Non-CFC white goods such as washers, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves, ranges, and water heaters can be brought to the landfill at no charge. Local scrap metal companies may also accept these items. Contact your local municipality for white goods collection with your normal trash pickup.
Electronic waste – or e-waste – can be disposed of at your municipal drop off center. E-waste includes computer monitors, computer towers, laptops, desktop printers, fax machines, TVs including projection, wooden console, tube, flat screen, items must be larger than 4”, cell phones, copiers, printers, VCRs, DVD players, radios, computer keyboards, mouse, networking peripherals, boxes, cables, battery backup systems, stereos (not wooden consoles). Find your drop off center here.
Cumberland County residents can bring CFC items (including air conditioners, refrigerators, waters coolers and dehumidifiers) to be disposed of at the landfill for $12.50 per item.
Hardened paint can be put in the trash. Add kitty litter or paint hardener to the remaining paint. Once it has hardened and with the lid on tightly, put it in with your weekly trash for disposal.
Cumberland County is strategically located in the center of the Northeast corridor. It is within easy driving distance of 20 percent of the US population, including the major metropolitan markets of New York, Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Learn more about Cumberland County here https://theauthoritynj.com/why-cumberland.
The Authority works alongside business decision makers to identify all federal, state and local programs which offer resources to minimize capital expenditures. Programs such as Urban Enterprise Zones, the Foreign Trade Zone at the Millville Airport, and others can provide businesses with key advantages to assist with expansion and relocation efforts. Visit our Business Financial Assistance page at https://theauthoritynj.com/business-financial-assistance.
Cumberland County has an abundance of affordable, developable land for commercial, industrial and residential purposes. Visit https://theauthoritynj.com/available-sites for an interactive map and contact information.
Accepted items are paper, plastic #1 and #2, glass, and metal. A complete list can be found at https://theauthoritynj.com/accepted-items. Be sure that all items are clean before placing them in your recycling bin.
Household trash including food and liquid waste, scrap metal, tanglers, bulky plastics and plastic wraps are not recyclable. When in doubt, throw it out!
Download the FREE Recycle Coach app. Search “Recycle Coach” on Google Play or the Apple Store. Don’t have a smart phone? Click here for a PC/laptop version https://theauthoritynj.com/recycling-program.
In a state-wide effort to reduce single-use products and eliminate litter, New Jersey lawmakers have passed legislation banning single-use plastics, papers, and foam products. Effective November 4, 2021 plastic straws will be available “by request only.” The law enforces that all food service businesses shall only provide a single-use plastic straw upon request by the customer. Effective May 4, 2022, the ban on single-use carryout bags and polystyrene foam food service products will be implemented. The law prohibits all stores, food service businesses, and grocery stores from selling or providing their customers with single-use plastic carryout bags and prohibits polystyrene foam food service products from being sold or provided to customers. Click here for more information.
Yes! With 540 miles of county roadway and hundreds of acres of public lands, volunteer cleanups are encouraged. The Authority can provide supplies and trash pickup after the cleanup for individuals and groups. For municipal roadways and public areas, contact your local Clean Communities coordinator by clicking here https://theauthoritynj.com/clean-communities-coordinators.
The Cumberland County Health Department is responsible for litter enforcement. Call the Litter Hotline at 856-455-8855 to report of illegal dumpings.