2016 Workshops - Working Together to Clean up the Curbside Mix Choose the date and location that is best for you: North - Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Kean University, Union. 3 classroom recert credits for CRP’s. - CPWM credits (Management (1.0 hour), Government (1.0 hour), IT (1.0 hour) pending approval.
Seating is limited - For more information & registration form click here
No You Can’t Stop Recycling If It Gets Too Expensive At the Swap and Share a question came up about a provision of the Recycling Act (N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.11 et seq.) that would permit a town to stop recycling a designated recyclable material if the cost to recycling that material was more than the cost to transport and dispose of that material as Solid Waste. THIS IS NOT THE CASE there was language in the Original (1987) Recycling Act in the definition of “Market(s)” that spoke of this but the 1993 Amendments to the Law (P.L. 1993, c.109) removed that language.
Guidance letter with examples of how REA monies may be spent. Click here
Shared Services Agreements: View sample Agreements - First Agreement is for a municipality that does not have a Certified Recycling Professional (CRP) and ONLY requires the services of a CRP to sign tonnage report. Second Agreement is for municipalities that are desirous of retaining the full or part services of CRP. The third is an Interlocal Services Agreement between South Brunswick and Rocky Hill. tonnage report only agreement.doc shared svcs agreement.doc Recycling Coord Interlocal - Rocky Hill
Certified Recycling Professionals - Read the Revisions to the Recertification Process and Sources of Recertification CreditsClick here
The Recycling Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:26A-1 et seq.) have been updated on the NJDEP website to reflect the 2012 Rules Adoption.
To read a courtesy copy of the regulations, Click here
For Certified Recycling Professional (CRP) class informationClick here