Burlington county shredding events 2021

Burlington county shredding events 2021 DEFAULT

Community Shred Events

New Jersey Shred Events

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Every other Wednesday during Daylight Savings Time. Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 14, 2021, and ends Sunday, November 7, 2021. Please check here the day of the event for the latest updates.

2021 Shred Events:

March 24, 2021
April 7, 2021
April 21, 2021
May 5, 2021
May 19, 2021
June 2, 2021
June 16, 2021
June 30, 2021
July 14, 2021
July 28, 2021
August 11, 2021
August 25, 2021
September 8, 2021
September 22, 2021
October 6, 2021
October 20, 2021
Novemebr 3, 2021

We Look forward to seeing you then!

Where: Polar Shredding (back parking lot) - 2615 River Road - Unit 7, Cinnaminson, NJ

Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm (Rain or Shine)

Cost: $50 (tax is included) per tip of our 65 gallon security container

Our security container holds about 240 lbs. or approximately 7 full standard record storage boxes (12” x 15” x 10”)

In addition to our popular Twice a month In-House ShredEvents costing only $50.00, where we securely shred up to 240 pounds, or approximately 7 regular file boxes (inclusive of fuel surcharge and sales tax), Polar Shredding has included another service that our customers have asked us for:

  • Express Shred - This service option allows a customer to call us to schedule a prompt appointment. You can then bring your documents to our facility and watch them being securely shredded for only $75.00 (inclusive of fuel surcharge and sales tax) for up to 240lbs of documents or approximately 7 regular file boxes.

Regardless of the service you choose, you can be sure that your documents will be securely destroyed by one of our professional service technicians. At Polar Shredding we strive to provide you with peace of mind and quality service!

Sours: http://www.polarshredding.com/Community-Events.html


Recycling items are collected curbside by Burlington County. Recycling is a state and local law. Please remember to do your part and recycle. Recycling saves you tax dollars. Strict penalties have recently been approved for non-compliance with State recycling regulations. See attachments below. 


  • Acceptable Items:  TV’s, computer components, printers, phones, cell phones, VCR’s, CD’s, DVD’s, small appliances, and rechargeable batteries.
  • Rules:  TV's must be taken to the County Landfill or the Goodwill on Route 38. See attachments below. 

Paper and Cardboard:

  • Acceptable Items:  Paper, magazines, newspaper, junk mail, paperback books, phone books, brown grocery bags and hardback books (if covers and spine are removed)
  • Rules:  All residents now have carts for paper and cardboard collection. Flatten cardboard, it can stick out the top of the cart. No cardboard will be collected unless it is in the cart.  Place your cart in the street against the curb or at the edge of your property.  An automated arm is collecting the carts. Place the cart with the lid opening facing the street.  Keep the cart away from obstacles including recycling buckets, mail boxes and parked cars.

Plastic, Glass and Cans:

  • Acceptable Items:  Aluminum & steel food and beverage cans, and plastic bottles (must have a #1, #2 or #5 symbol on bottom).
  • Rules:  Place recyclable plastics, glasses and cans in your blue recycling bucket and put at the curb.

Not Recyclable:

  • Non-AcceptableItems:  Pizza/food boxes, window/broken glass, packing materials (Styrofoam), bulky rigid plastics and used syringes - place them in a "Sharps" container. Shredded paper can no longer be recycled. See attachments below. Place shredded paper in bags and dispose during your regular trash collection. For more information on the disposal of shredded paper, see attachment below.  NO PLASTIC BAGS IN RECYCLING CARTS PLEASE!  IF YOUR BLUE CARTS ARE FOUND TO CONTAIN PLASTIC BAGS, THEY WILL NOT BE SERVICED.
  • Rules:  If your trash is found to contain any of the above items, it will not be collected, but will be left at the curb.  You will then be responsible for removing the recyclable items from your trash and it will not be picked up until you do so.  Our trash haulers will face stiff fines and penalties if they bring these items to the landfill in their trucks.  Check out this website for other recycling options.

2021 Recycling Collection Dates

Pick-up every other Friday, please refer to calendar.  Place recyclables at curb by 6:00 am.

  • January 8 & 22

  • February 5 & 19

  • March 5 & 19

  • April 2, 16 & 30

  • May 14 & 28

  • June 11 & 25

  • July 9 & 23

  • August 6 & 20

  • September 3 & 17

  • October 1, 15 & 29

  • November 12 & 27 

  • December 10 & 24 

Recycling Hotline: (609) 267-6889 or [email protected].  This is the OTC hotline.  Please call or email if you have any problems or your recycling is not picked up. In addition, we have a recycling drop off at the Municipal building for large amounts.

Current Shredding Events: https://www.co.burlington.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/5734/Fall-2020-Paper...

RecycleCoach App:  An easy way to remember recycling dates! Information on App here.

Hazardous Waste Disposal:http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/6825/HazardousWasteFacility072017

Please see additional resources below!

Sours: https://www.westamptonnj.gov/public-works/pages/recycling
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BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ — Burlington County is hosting a free shredding event this week, and unlike in the past, it will not be accepting any e-waste or batteries. E-waste includes televisions, computers and other similar items.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, at the Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex, 22000 Burlington-Columbus Road in Florence.

Customers must remain in the cars at all times with face coverings on, and staff will unload vehicles for on-site shredding, officials said.

Find out what's happening in Cinnaminson with free, real-time updates from Patch.

Residents are asked to only bring "confidential" documents, such as bank and credit card statements, tax returns and papers with account numbers.

No binders, plastic folders, computer disks or credit cards will be accepted. A maximum of four bags or boxes per car, weighing no more than 10 pounds each, will be accepted.

Find out what's happening in Cinnaminson with free, real-time updates from Patch.

Material must be placed in the trunk or cargo area of vehicles. Previously shredded paper may also be recycled at this event.

The event is available to Burlington County residents only and identification is required. For more information, email [email protected]

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Sours: https://patch.com/new-jersey/cinnaminson/free-shred-event-burlington-county-weekend
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