Where should I dispose of my waste?
Middlesex County has opted to operate under a market participant system. Middlesex County does not require all waste generated in the County to be disposed of at the Middlesex County Landfill, only that it must be disposed of at a licensed disposal facility. However, if waste is not disposed of at the Middlesex County Landfill, a tonnage report must be filed by the 20th of the subsequent month and the 2014 Solid Waste Management Services fee of $9.92/ton must be paid. Click here for a Haulers Compliance package.
The Middlesex County Landfill in East Brunswick is only open to licensed solid waste haulers and does not have the capability to handle waste deliveries from residential or other vehicles without valid NJDEP permits at this time. Haulers wishing to use the Landfill should contact the MCUA at 732-246-4313.
If you have bulky waste that you need to dispose of…..
• Call your local public works department to see if they offer the service you require.
• Check the phone book under “garbage removal” to contract with a properly licensed hauler.
• See the list below of privately owned transfer stations that will allow drop-off of solid waste at their locations for a fee.
PRIVATE TRANSFER STATIONS
A number of transfer stations in Middlesex County accept waste from personal vehicles or any person hauling their own waste in a vehicle weighing less than 9000 pounds for a single vehicle or 16,000 pounds combined weight for a vehicle pulling a trailer. You must deliver the waste and there will be a charge per load. Please call the facility first to determine the operating days and hours and the charge.
120 Baekeland Avenue
92 Baekeland Avenue
Midco (New Brunswick)
5 Industrial Drive
Montecalvo Disposal Services
75 Crows Mill Road
South Plainfield Transfer & Recyc.
Baldwin St./2101 Roosevelt Ave.