Solutions to Stormwater pollution
There are many things you can do to help storm water pollution. Limit your use of fertilizers and pesticides, properly dispose if hazardous products such as motor oil and gasoline, clean up after your pet, dispose of yard waste properly. For more information, please read the Spring Council Connection or check the State's web site at www.njstormwater.org.
ELECTRONIC TRASH COLLECTION
CAMDEN COUNTY RECYCLING EVENTS 2013.doc
FYI: DISPOSAL BAN EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2011: Beginning January 1, 2011 computers, monitors, laptops, portable computers,
and televisions CANNOT be disposed of in the garbage.
FOR RESIDENTS OF THE BOROUGH OF AUDUBON PARK, PLEASE CALL 856-547-5236 TO RECYCLE TELEVISIONS OR COMPUTER MONITORS. THE BOROUGH WILL ADD YOUR NAME TO A LIST AND CALL YOU WHEN THESE ITEMS WILL BE PICKED UP.
Learn how to recycle electronics in NJ - NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection nj.gov/dep/dshw/ewaste or call 1-866-DEP-KNOW or
camdencounty.com for electronic recycling in Camden County.
2 TVs per day per resident up to 32"
Any Best Buy in the State of NJ
MAGNUM COMPUTER RECYCLING
(John) (856) 853-1544 - Will recycle TVs for $20.00 each
Our advice at this point is begin recycling any item with a cord/plug because that is the direction our state is headed. Do not put these items in the regular trash or recyclables. Any individuals caught dumping any of the above-items, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.