SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Village has closed the Recycling Facility at 300 Walton Avenue to the public as of end of business yesterday.

This is in response to the rising COVID-19 numbers locally and across the state; South Orange has 269 reported COVID-19 positive test cases as of 1 p.m. today. In addition, South Orange saw the re-closing of all local government offices to the public this week as well. 

An email sent to residents advised,

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“Please make use of the curbside recycling program for collection of recyclable materials. 

If you need to order a Toter (recycling) container an electronic order form is located on the Public Works webpage and no contact delivery will be provided.  

Please visit the Public Works webpage to review pertinent information about the curbside recycling program.  

Leaves will continue to be collected by crews, please rake them curbside per the Leaf Map and seasonal policies.  Residents will not be permitted to dump leaves/yard debris at the facility at this time.”

 

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