54 Fairmount Avenue
MCMUA & Chatham Borough Recycling "Tag-it & Leave It" Program Information: Read more here https://conta.cc/3MHnh8V.
Were you Missed for Solid Waste or Bulk Pickup? Contact Suburban Disposal 973-227-7020 or email email@example.com.
Chatham Borough has be notified by Suburban Disposal that as of July 1, 2022 there will be an increase in Green Bag prices due to production cost and disposal fee increases:
Large Bags will now be $16.25 per pack of 10
Small Bags will now be $8.50 per pack of 10
HOUSEHOLD SOLID WASTE COLLECTION
Chatham Borough is a leader in the "PAY AS YOU THROW" system of solid waste disposal using Green Bags. Solid Waste Collection is scheduled two days each week for all residential households. Please review the street listing below to determine your household's collection route and scheduled collection days.
Please follow these rules when placing Green Bags at the curb for collection:
Solid Waste Collection Routes By Street
ROUTE A - Collection days are Monday and Thursday for the following streets located north of the Railroad:
COLEMAN AVENUE E.
COLEMAN AVENUE W.
HILLSIDE AVENUE (#2-64)
LAFAYETTE AVENUE (#20-48)
N. SUMMIT AVENUE
N. HILLSIDE AVENUE
|N. PASSAIC AVENUE
PARROTT MILL ROAD
S. PASSAIC AVENUE
VAN DOREN AVENUE
WASHINGTON AVE (#2-32)
ROUTE B - Collection days are Tuesday and Friday the following list of streets south of Railroad:
HILLSIDE AVENUE (#66-314)
LAFAYETTE AVENUE (#50-143)
LONGWOOD AVE (EVEN 2-28)
ST. JAMES STREET
WASHINGTON AVE (#34-272)
FRIDAYS are Curbside Recycling Days in Chatham Borough
The Recycling Depot, located at 99 Summit Avenue, is open to the public Saturdays 9am-12 noon
The Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA) collects recyclable materials in Chatham Borough at curbside and recommends using 32-gallon containers with lids that weigh no more than 50 pounds. Recyclable items can be comingled in the container for single-stream collection; however, the MUA does not accept plastic grocery store plastic bags with your recycling because these plastic bags jam the sorting mechanisms at the recycling facility. Plastic grocery store bags can be returned to the grocery store. Most grocery stores will accept them.