Trash Collection and Recycling:
Trash and Recycling Collection in Wenonah is through a shared service agreement with Logan Township. All trash and recyclables will be picked up on the same day, Friday. Please place all your household waste in plastic bags before placing in the trash cart. During times of excess household waste that does not fit inside the trash cart, please call the Borough Finance Office (856-468-5228) by Noon on Thursday and have your name and address put on the excess household waste pick up list as the wast hauler will only stop at addresses that are on that list. Place trash at the curb Thursday evening or by 6:45 A.M. Friday morning.
Bulk items such as furniture and mattresses that are too large for regular trash will be picked up on the 4th Tuesday of the month by the trash hauler. Please call the Borough Finance Office (856-468-5228) by Noon on Monday and have your name and address put on the bulk item pick up list, as the trash hauler will only stop at addresses that are on that list.
Special Metal and Limited Electronic Pick-up:
Please contact Wenonah Public Works Department at (856) 468-5300 for metal items to be picked up such as water heaters, refrigerators, washers, dryers, grills, etc. Flat screen TV's and Flat Screen Computer Monitors can be picked up, however the older style thick Cathode Ray Tube (CRT televisions) as well as the older style thick Cathode Ray Tube (CRT computer monitors) are the owners responsibility to dispose of properly. Businessses such as Besd Buy, Goodwill and other computer recycling companies can assist you.
Many Questions regarding Trash and Recycling Collection can be answered by clicking on the link below.
Click here for Trash/Recycle Collection Information
Reminds Residents to Recycle TVs, Computers and Monitors as required by the Electronic Waste Management Act. Click here to view the release which includes a link for more information on New Jersey's E-Cycle program.
A quick reference on Trash Collection and Recycling, instructions on paint, motor oil, chemical, poison, electronics and medical disposal as well as special pick up for large items can be viewed on the 2016 community calendar by clicking on the link below.
2016 Solid Waste Disposal Information and Guidelines
The Wenonah Department of Public Works collects branches for chipping. Please cut the branches in 4 to 6 foot lengths and place the branches in the clear zone (not in the street). If you would like wood chips delivered to your home, free of charge, please contact the Department of Public Works at 468-5300 with your name, address, phone number, number of yards of wood chips you are requesting and the location on your property where you would like your wood chips delivered. Wood Chips can not be delivered in the street. Guidelines and dates for Branch Collection can be viewed on the 2016 community calendar, or by clicking on the link below.
2016 Branch Collection Guidelines
Yard Waste (Small Branches and Shrubs and Garden Vegetation):
Yard waste should be placed at the curb in plastic bags or containers. After the Wenonah Public Works Department collects the yard waste, your containers and bags will be returned to you. Grass clippings or compost material is not considered yard waste. Please mulch or compost them on your property. Guidelines and dates for yard waste can be viewed on the 2016 community calendar, or by clicking on the link below.
2016 Yard Waste Guidelines
Bulk Leaf Collection:
Please rake leaves into the street away from curbs, vehicles and storm drains. Please do not park on leaves and allow enough access for leaf removal equipment. Please do not bag or place leaves in containers. Leaves are picked up on a continuous rotating basis, dependent upon the weather and in-town emergencies. Please do not place on top of, or mix leaves in with shrubs, limbs, branches or trash. (Pine needles may be included with leaves.) Guidelines and dates for Bulk Leaf Collectioncan be viewed on the 2016 community calendar, or by clicking on the link below.
2016 Bulk Leaf Collection Guidelines
Shade Tree Commission Trees:
Contact the Shade Tree Commission (Gary Odenbrett) at 468-2627 concerning trees located between the curb and sidewalk for questions concerning trimming/removal or to report a problem with a tree.
When snow is expected, please make every attempt to park your vehicle in a driveway, however if you must park in the street, use the odd-even system to facilitate snow plowing (odd days park on the odd numbered side of the street, even days, park on the even numbered side of the street. Please clear your sidewalks within 12 hours of snow fall. Guidelines and dates for Snow Removal can be viewed on the 2015 community calendar, or by clicking on the link below.
2016 Snow Removal Guidelines
Household Special Waste:
Click on the link below to be re-directed to the Gloucester County Improvement authority where you can find information for the Gloucester County Solid Waste Complex regarding Household Special Waste.