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Update April 4, 2011...As per NJ Clean Energy, funding for this program has been exhausted and as such, it is no longer available. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The Energy Star Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling Program is available for your old working refrigerator or freezer. Recieve $50 for recycling these working appliances. Call 877-270-3520 to schedule a free pick up of your old refrigerator or freezer. Madison residents MAY qualify for an incentive ONLY if you purchase a new ENERGY STAR® qualified refrigerator. This offer is valid until June 30, 2011 or while funding lasts. A legible copy of a dated and itemized sales receipt is required. Restrictions apply, please call 866-NJSMART for more information.
The 2011 recycling calendar is on-line. To see the calendar, please visit... https://gov.rosenet.org/uploads/958/2011_final_newsletter.pdf
Because of Monday's snow, the comingled recycling that was scheduled to be picked up in District 1 on Monday will be picked up this Thursday.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) and New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™ has announced the continuation of the federally funded appliance rebate program. These rebates will give all New Jersey residents an opportunity to upgrade their appliances to ENERGY STAR qualified models, which will help reduce their home energy usage, save money and protect the environment. Click the link below for more information: http://gov.rosenet.org/uploads/958/app_reb_7_10.pdf
On the last Saturdays of June, July & August: June 26th, July 24th, and August 28th, a ReStore truck will be at the Madison Area YMCA parking lot from noon to 4pm so that area residents may conveniently drop off items for donation. Located in Mine Hill, ReStore sells new and gently used building supplies, home furnishings and appliances at a fraction of the cost of retail. ReStore's inventory is 100% donated by businesses and individuals. All items are either dropped off at the Mine Hill warehouse or picked up by a ReStore truck. ReStore is largely staffed by volunteers and the bulk of the sale proceeds are used to build affordable housing in Morris County. Support this great cause (donating is a form of recycling!) and donate your new and gently used items! For more information, visit www.morrisrestore.org