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Bulk Pick-up

Bulk trash consists of oversized items, such as furniture, or items which are too large for regular trash (discarded refrigerators, air conditioners, including television sets,and other large appliances). Absolutely no renovation or construction debris will be collected.

To submit a Bulk Pick-Up request please fill out the 311 web form:

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For more information on refuse collection, street-sweeping, recycling, bulk pick-up, and sanitation code enforcement issues, or any other municipal program or policy, please contact the Non-Emergency Call Center at (973) 733-4311.

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