Chesterfield Township
Burlington County, New Jersey




Please note:  Both paper and cans/bottles/milk cartons etc. should now be put in the blue cart (previously used for paper only. Single Stream Guidelines and What Can and Cannot Be Recycled

On January 1, 2011, televisions and computers, including laptops are banned from all landfills and incinerators in New Jersey. 

Electronic Recycling Dropoff (Computers and TVs):  Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex, Rt. 543, Florence, NJ  (609) 499-5300.
Dropoff is open:  Monday thru Friday, 7:30am to 4:30pm.  Saturdays:  7:30am to 1:30pm.  See Flyer.

A free recycling program operated by Burlington County is in force within the Township on a bi-weekly basis.   All recyclables must be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on pick-up day. 
Motor oil can be disposed of behind the Municipal Building, in the public works parking lot in the tank specifically marked for that purpose only.

For Chesterfield Township Residents only, tree branches, leaves, grass clippings and Christmas trees can be disposed of in clearly marked areas at the Municipal complex between the Municipal Building and the Recreation facilities.  Please - No Contractors or Businesses.

Recycling is the Law.  Residents, tenants, landlords, businesses and schools MUST recycle.
Recycling Dates can be found on the Township Calendar Page and on the front page.   

Recycling has been declining statewide but in Burlington County our residential recycling numbers continue to rise!  With residents help, we can do more to meet our goal of 50% recycling rate.

Who to call for help:
Recycling Collection Questions:  (609)267-6889

Household Hazardous Waste Information:  (609)499-5200

County Landfill Information:  (609)499-5300 or

Recycling Buckets:  Caryn (609)298-2311

General Recycle Questions: (609)499-1001 or

Curbside Recycling & Collection Misses - Call (609)267-6889 or Email 


Recycling Schedule (pdf)

Chesterfield Twp. is now doing single stream recycling (paper and glass/cans all in one container).   Single Stream Guidelines and What Can and Cannot Be Recycled.

Grass - Cut It and Leave It.

For More Recycling and Special Program Information, visit the Burlington County Recycling Website here.

Give junk mail a second chance - RECYCLE IT!

Additional Websites:

New Jersey Dept of Environmental Protection