Sustainability + Recycling



RECYCLING: 2014 Recycling Guidelines Poster

Haddon Township participates in a single stream recycling program. Single stream recycling enables residents to place all paper/cardboard and commingled materials (glass, all plastics except #3 and #6, milk and juice cartons, aluminum and steel) together in one recycling container.


Find out how to properly dispose of  items such as oil-based paint and other hazardous, household items, click here .

The County web page will include a full list of acceptable items, in addition to the dates and locations of the collection events.


Haddon Township is a SILVER certified Sustainable Jersey community.

Haddon Township is one of only 27 communities in New Jersey to have achieved a silver level of certification. (Currently, a gold level of certification does not exist.) To become Sustainable Jersey certified, the Township had to complete a balance of rigorous sustainability actions. To get involved with the Township’s Green Team and sustainability initiatives or to receive updates on sustainable happenings, contact Barbara Prince, email bprince@haddontwp.com or call 856-854-1825.



 Electronic waste, commonly referred to as e-waste, is the largest and fastest growing waste stream, thus prompting the State of New Jersey to mandate the recycling of these items which took effect in January of 2011 (N.J.S.A. 13:1E99.  Et seq.). Residents may bring all e-waste ( televisions, computers, anything with a plug, cell phones and ink cartridges) to Public Works located at 504 Oneida Avenue between 7 AM and 3 PM, Monday through Friday.

COMPOSTING: Haddon Township offers $25.00 Earth Machine composters to residents.

Composters may be obtained Monday through Friday at the Department of Public Works between the hours of 7 AM and 3PM. Cash or check only.

To learn more about the benefits of composting, click here.



Haddon Township has partnered with the eco-company Terracycle to “outsmart waste.” The Township collects  approved, Terracycle “brigade” items  and then ships these items to Terracycle where this trash is upcycled into products. In turn, Terracycle will donate one cent or two cents for each item collected to our designated local, animal shelter. For a full list of Township collected item, click here:   Terracycle-Brigades-Handout- 12-10-14–pdf

Please, do not bring  Terracycle to the municipal building. Terracyle can be brought to the the Department of Public Works during normal business hours.DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS AFTER HOURS.