BELMAR, NJ — The anticipated high winds and rain in the weather forecast has prompted the cancellation of trash and recycling collection in Belmar today, April 13.
Recyclables will be collected on Tuesday, April 14 and trash will be picked up on Thursday, April 16 — the next regularly scheduled day for residents in Zone 1, which stretches from Ocean Avenue to B Street.
According to the National Weather Service. today's storms could produce heavy rainfall and southerly winds between 30 to 40 mph with gusts as high as 65 mph.
Residents are reminded to make sure that their collection receptacles are out at the curb by no later than 6 a.m. on any collection day. They also are encouraged to use the Recycling Coach app, which provides recycling and garbage collection schedules based on addresses, as well as information on recycling rules, including what is and what is not recyclable.
Click here to visit the Belmar website where there is information on Recycling Coach and to obtain the free app from the Apple and Google Play stores.
For more information about recycling or regular trash collection, call the Public Works Department at 732-681-0452 or email DPW@belmar.com.
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