Roxbury's Recycling/Trash Initiative
Beginning July 1st, the Roxbury Township Public Schools has teamed up with Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority for our trash and recycling removal. As part of that new contract and with our eye on sustainability, the Roxbury Schools wanted to provide information on items that are recyclable and which are trash.
Roxbury's recycling collection is "dual" stream. This means that paper/cardboard is kept separate from the bottles/cans. Two bins are needed to collect our recyclables at home and at school!
Beginning in the 2017/2018 school year, the district renewed its focus on recycling and has been working diligently with each of the school's green teams and the Aramark custodial staff to make sure proper bins are in place and signage present.
Now with the new hauler, we're going to work even harder starting September 2018 to recycle properly. Students and staff will see increased signage in their schools, classrooms, and cafeterias along with specifically marked trash and recycling bins in their classrooms. Classrooms will have paper recycling bins to collect just that along with cardboard. Recyclable bottles and cans will be recycled in designated locations around the school like the gymnasiums and cafeteria.
We ask our families and community to help teach our children the proper ways to recycle to keep our school and community green!
- Click here to see what's considered trash.
- Click here to see what goes in the bottle/can receptacle.
- Click here to see what goes in the paper/cardboard receptacle.
Need help to with your recycling needs? Try some of these apps that you can download on your smartphone.
Recycling Websites/Articles You Might Find Helpful!
- Earth911.com - Have something to recycle? Find out how and where!
Stay tuned for more tips, suggestions, and changes as Roxbury goes green!