Department of Public Works
7910 Long Beach Blvd.
Beach Haven Crest
Mon – Fri 8am – 3pm
Drop Off Center Hours
Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: 8am-12pm
2019-2020 Ocean County Recycling Directory (PDF 1.85MB)
Ocean County Rigid Plastic Recycling (PDF 230KB)
Ocean County Paint Management Program (PDF 46.29KB)
Ocean County Single Stream Recycling (PDF 124KB)
Sustainable Jersey Certified Community
Long Beach Township is a Sustainable Jersey certified community — one of only 171 in the state. Long Beach Township achieved Sustainable Jersey certification at the bronze level. Certified towns are an outstanding group of municipalities that are making important contributions toward the long-term goal of a sustainable New Jersey and world.
February Sustainable Jersey Hero: Angela Andersen, LBT Green Team Chair
Clothing Bins 1. Sea Spray Motel – Holgate, 2. Just Bead It (Parking Lot) – North Beach Haven, 3. Acme (next to transportation parking lot, 4. LBT Recycling Center – Beach Haven Crest, 5. Barnegat Light Recycling Center
Mulch & Compost is available at the Southern Ocean County Recycling Center on Haywood Road in Manahawkin
Flag Recycling drop-off bin is located in front of the Municipal Building, 6805 Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach
Appliance Pick Up Reminder
Please email or call the Township Public Works for pickup.
Please note the expanded list of electronic waste accepted at the Township recycling drop off center (see below).
Brush Pick Up Reminder
Please email or call the Township Public Works by Tuesday at noon for Wednesday pick-up or bring to the Township recycling drop off center.
Thompson@longbeachtownship.com or (609) 361-6676
email@example.com or (609) 361-6683
Recycling Drop Off Center
7910 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Crest
Attention Boat & Marina Owners
Recycle shrink wrap
Please recycle boat shrink wrap at the Long Beach Township public works recycling drop off center at 7910 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Crest 609- 361-6676.
Monofilament recycling collection bins are located at:
Captains Quarters Bait & Tackle
Beach Haven Crest
Spray Beach Yacht Club
Jingles Bait & Tackle
North Beach Haven
Beach Haven Marlin Tuna Club
North Beach Haven
Recycling is the law
Recycling is good business and all residential and commercial establishments are required to recycle Please do your part to keep costs down and save precious landfill space.
Single Stream Recycling
Long Beach Township collects single stream recycled material, which means that we take commingled (bottles, cans, jars and plastic beverage containers) and mixed paper materials combined in one load.
Our waste hauler will pick-up single streamed materials at the curb or residents can drop off the materials at the recycling drop-off center. You may place either your separated or single stream recyclable materials out on the designated recycling days.
Recycling Drop-off Center
Department of Public Works, 7910 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Crest. Drop of available for all designated recyclables including:
- Commingled bottles and cans
- Shrink wrap
- Corrugated Cardboard
- Concrete/asphalt (residential)
- Mixed paper
- Phone books
- Automotive batteries
- Scrap metal
E-Waste Disposal Ban
The State of New Jersey has enacted “The Electronic Waste Management Act” which bans the disposal of “covered electronic devices”. Covered electronic devices include televisions, computers, monitors and portable/laptop computers. The disposal ban became effective on January 1, 2011.
Long Beach Township electronic waste recycling update as of July 1, 2016. Pick up only of electronics from Long Beach Township homeowners and residents as of July 1.
Due to changes in state regulations and regional end market values Long Beach Township will no longer be accepting electronic waste at the recycling drop off center on 79th Street in Beach Haven Crest.
Long Beach Township homeowners and residents can still call or email for pick up (609-361-6683 or firstname.lastname@example.org OR 609-361-6676 or email@example.com) for the following 6 electronic materials only:
- Printers/Fax Machines
These electronics are banned being disposed of in a landfill in the state of NJ and must be recycled. Homeowners and residents can drop off electronics at the Southern Ocean County Facility in Manahawkin.
Recycle Rechargeable Batteries
On February 1, 2010 new US Department of Transportation regulations about the disposal of single use dry-cell batteries throughout the United States went into effect.
Typical household alkaline batteries AAA, AA, C, D and 9-volt now fall below federal and state hazardous waste standards as a result of compliance with state and federal rules requiring the reduction of hazardous content in the production of batteries.
In accordance with these federal rule changes, the disposal of batteries in Ocean County and Long Beach Township is as follows:
- Alkaline (use-once) non-rechargeable, non-hazardous dry-cell batteries (AAA,AA,C,D and 9-volt) should be thrown away in the regular household trash.
- Rechargeable batteries and button size (use-once) hazardous batteries should be taken to Ocean County Southern Recycling Center in Stafford 609-978-0913. The center is located at 379 Haywood Road in Manahawkin.
- Rechargeable batteries can also be taken to the following retail locations: Best Buy, Target, Lowes, Home Depot, Wal-Mart, and Verizon Wireless. A collection box with bags will be provided for disposal.
Rechargeable batteries can be found in cordless power tools, cellular and cordless phones, laptop computers, digital cameras, two-way radios, camcorders and remote control toys.
Go to the Ocean County Department of Solid Waste website for more information at www.co.ocean.nj.us or by calling 732-506-5047. The County hotline is 1-800-55-RECYCLE.
Rechargeable battery and cell phone collection sites
239 Stafford Park Blvd.
Manahawkin, NJ 08050
S. Ocean Recycling Center
379 Haywood Rd.
601 Washington Ave.
215 Stafford Park Blvd.
St. Francis Center*
4700 Long Beach Blvd.
*cell phones only
297 Route 72 W.
*rechargeable batteries only
601 Washington Ave.
Button style batteries may only be taken to the Southern Ocean Recycling Center.