CRANFORD – A “scrap steel” recycling occasion will probably be held on Thursday, September 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on the Emergency Companies/Site visitors Enforcement constructing, situated at 151 Kenilworth Boulevard in Cranford.
In line with the discharge, the occasion is free and presents a easy, straightforward means for Union County residents to soundly and correctly get rid of quite a lot of undesirable steel items, from family home equipment to gutters and sheds.
“This countywide program helps to fill a service hole in some Union County municipalities that presently haven’t any pickup for scrap steel recycling,” stated Freeholder Chairman Al Mirabella. “As a group, we profit throughout the board by recycling extra and throwing away much less waste – and we additionally stand to realize some income from this system.”
With a view to forestall the unfold of COVID-19, individuals should put on face coverings, hold their home windows closed, and keep of their automobiles always. Supplies ought to be positioned within the car’s trunk, cargo space or truck mattress, simply accessible to workers, who will take away it from the car.
- Aluminum Scrap/Cans
- Home equipment
- Cupboards (steel)
- Fencing (chain/wire)
- Irons Pots ‘n Pans
- Sheds (steel)
- Tire Rims
- Window Frames
- Garden Furnishings
- Wire Hangers
- Siding (aluminum)
* By regulation, you have to take away the doorways earlier than setting fridges and freezers out for recycling – Models with doorways nonetheless connected can’t be accepted.
For extra info, upcoming dates, and instructions to all Union County recycling applications and areas, go to the Bureau of Recycling and Planning web site at ucnj.org/recycle or name the Union County Recycling Hotline at 908-654-9889.