Recycling

Consumer Electronics Recycling Facilities in New Jersey
A New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection page.

Curbside Recycling Links for Mercer County Municipalities

Donating/Recycling Books
Mercer County Library page listing some places that take book donations.

E-Cycle New Jersey
New Jersey E-cycles Webpage provides you with all of the information you need to know regarding the “Electronics Waste Management Act” (The Act)’s requirement for a FREE and environmentally sound recycling program for computers, monitors, laptops, portable computers and televisions.

List of County Recycling Coordinators
Pdf file

Mercer County Improvement Authority
Operates a curbside recycling program for residents and small businesses in Ewing, Hamilton, Hopewell Borough, Hopewell Township, Lawrence, Pennington, Princeton, Trenton, and West Windsor.

Municipal Recycling Coordinators List
Pdf File

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's Recycling Page

New Jersey's Clean Energy Program
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program is a statewide program that offers financial incentives, programs and services for New Jersey residents, business owners and local governments to help them save energy, money and the environment.

Rescue Mission of Trenton
The Mission accepts donations of "gently used furniture, clothing, or household items.

What Can I Recycle in New Jersey?
"You may find it surprising just how much waste can be recycled in New Jersey. If a type of waste item is not collected in your curbside recycling collection boxes it can often be taken to the local municipal recycling center and placed in one of their collection bins."

Where Can I Donate or Recycle My Used Electronics?
EPA site. Electronic products are made from valuable resources and materials, including metals, plastics, and glass, all of which require energy to mine and manufacture. Donating or recycling consumer electronics conserves our natural resources and avoids air and water pollution, as well as greenhouse gas emissions that are caused by manufacturing virgin materials.

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