72 Fadem Road Springfield, NJ 07081 973-376-3700
Conservation Center/Recycling Center - Located off of Orange Ave. on Birchwood Ave.
No permit required for: motor oil & motor oil filters, glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel/tin cans, plastics (type 1 - 7), newspapers, mixed paper (junk mail/magazines), hardcover & paperback books, corrugated cardboard.
Single use batteries are no longer accepted at the recycling center.
THE FOLLOWING ELECTRONICS ARE NOW ACCEPTED AT THE CONSERVATION CENTER:
COMPUTERS, MONITORS, TV’s, LAPTOPS AND TABLETS
Permit required for: grass, brush, yard waste. Proof of residency & permit required for drop off.
Additional items can be recycled through Union County's recycling programs. For more information visit:
Effective January 1, 2011 all TVs and Computers and Computer Monitors must be recycled. Learn More
Curbside: Newspapers & magazines must be bundled with twine and put at the curb. Corrugated cardboard must be flattened and bundled with twine. Mixed paper and junk mail must be tied or put in paper bag at the curb.
Commingled: Paper milk and juice cartons, empty aerosol cans, plastic bottles and jars type 1 & 2, aluminum cans, foil, pie plates, glass bottles and jars, steel tin cans. Township of Cranford pickups are made rain or shine. Place your recyclables at the curbside by 7am on the scheduled day or the night before pickup.
Click here for the pick up schedule.
Conservation Center: Separated type 1 & 2 and 3 to 7 plastics are accepted.
Use the container with this sign for 3 to 7 plastics only.
Styrofoam is not accepted.
Plastic Water Bottles
Conservation Center: 210 Birchwood Avenue
Conservation Center Hours:
Sat. & Sun.: 9:30am-3:50pm
Click here for the Recycling & Conservation web site.
Recycle Compact Florescent Light Bulbs at Home Depot
Fluorescent Bulbs are accepted for recycling at all of Union County’s Household Hazardous Waste days. In an effort to make recycling easier and more convenient, Union County is now offering fluorescent bulb recycling at municipal conservation centers including Cranford. 4’ and 8’ fluorescent bulbs are now being accepted for recycling, free of charge.
Expanded Polystyrene Recycling
Foam Pack Industries currently accepts White CLEAN EPS , most commonly known as Styrofoam™ from Commercial and Residential resources.
Catalogs & Junk Mail
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