• Delanco's Recycle Brochure 2022-2023
  • Recycling is picked up every other Thursday--See Township Calendar for dates or visit for up-to-date information about Recycling.
  • Beginning September 2014 bottles and cans are to be placed into the Blue Recycling Cart.  All recyclables-- bottles, cans, #1,2,&5 plastic bottles and food containers, paper and cardboard--including junk mail, newspapers, magazines, catalogs, telephone books and cereal boxes--will now go into your Blue Cart.  Flatten large cardboard boxes.--please refer to the Recycling Brochure available at the Municipal Building or click on the link below (under What and How To Recycle).
  • Recycling Do's & Don't's - Single Stream's Terrible Ten!
  • Recycling Hotline - 609-267-6889, 856-461-4141 or 609-499-1001 or go to for the Burlington County Recycling web page
  • Recycling Drop-off Center
    • Public Works Garage, 750 Coopertown Road; Items may be dropped off from 7AM to 3PM
    • There are containers for bottles, cans, cardboard, paper, used motor oil, and used antifreeze at this location.
    • All recyclables must be placed in the proper containers.
  • What and How To Recycle -visit

New Jersey's E-Cycle program  --list of e-waste recycling locations statewide, a connection to all 21 county recycling web sites and information for consumers on "front door" pickup service to deal with extra heavy televisions or for people with special needs.


Do NOT recycle any used syringes. Place them in a "SHARPS" container! Click here for more information.


Best Buy And Staples Now Accepting Old Electronics

Best Buy--No matter where you bought it, we'll recycle it.  
Consumers can drop off 3 pieces of equipment per day with some TV exceptions.  They do home pickup for TVs for $100.  Learn more....

Staples Becomes First National Retailer to Offer Everyday In-Store Recycling For Computers & Other Office Technology
Customers drop off their old equipment at the customer service desk at any Staples store, 7 days a week during regular store hours; (TV’s and large, floor-model copiers are not accepted). 
Staples will recycle any manufacturers’ products, regardless of whether or not it was purchased from Staples, and there’s no limit on the quantity of equipment that can be recycled.
A recycling fee of $10 per piece of large equipment is charged to cover handling, transport, product disassembly and recycling. Smaller computer peripherals, such as keyboards and mice, will be recycled for free.
Staples Easy Techsm service is on site in all stores to transfer data from an old computer to a new one for a fee.