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2022 Business / Institution Annual Recycling Tonnage Reports
This form is required to be completed for all Middletown Township businesses & institutions for all recycling collected between January 1st through December 31st of 2022.
According to Township of Middletown’s Municipal Ordinance and State Law, all businesses, institutions and multi-family developments are required to recycle. Therefore, as the property owner or owner/landlord/tenant of a business, institution or multi-family dwelling, you must ensure that a recycling program is in place.
Each year, as required by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) recycling regulations, N.J.A.C. 7:26A-10.3, and our Municipal Recycling Ordinance, all businesses, institutions and multi-family dwellings must report the prior year’s amount (usually in tons) of each recycled material to the Municipal Recycling Coordinator. Failure to establish a recycling program and/or submit recycling amounts may result in a monetary penalty.
If you use either Middletown Township Curbside Recycling Collection or the Middletown Recycling Center Drop-off, you only need to complete the Property Owner / Property Manager Online Form.
If you use a Private Hauling Contractor, you must complete both of the forms below. Please download the Fillable Annual Recycling Report Form, complete it digitally, and upload it to the Property Owner / Property Manager Online Form. The Property Owner / Property Manager Online Form will be automatically emailed to DPW once submitted.
If you prefer, you can also print out both forms and mail them once they are completed to Eric Maggio, Municipal Recycling Coordinator, Dept. of Public Works & Engineering, 52 Kanes Lane, Middletown, NJ 07748. Instructions on how to obtain the requested information and complete the Fillable Annual Recycling Report Form, as well as definitions for each material category, are included in the PDF.
Local businesses are the backbone of the Township of Middletown and your cooperation is critical to the success of our recycling goals and initiatives.
Each municipality receives a grant from the NJDEP based on the weight of material recycled each year, so your assistance does make a difference. Please help the Township of Middletown achieve its mandated recycling goals.
Should you have any questions once you have reviewed the enclosed materials, please do not hesitate to contact:
Eric Maggio, Municipal Recycling Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (732) 615-3293.