Livingston Recycling Event Breaks Record; Mayor Thanks Involved Parties

April 18, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After a successful Saturday morning, where a record 1,065 cars lined up to participate in the year’s first Electronics Recycling Day and the police department stepped up to help at both the recycling event and the Little League opening ceremony, Livingston Mayor Ed Meinhardt and members of the township council thanked Scott Goldman, chair of the Livingston ...

Livingston Paper Recycling to Move One Day Forward

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Due to the early-morning snow on Monday, Livingston’s recycling vendor, Giordano, has advised that this week's paper recycling will be picked up one day later all week as follows:

Zone 1 will be picked up on Tuesday, 4/3

Zone 2 will be picked up on Wednesday, 4/4

Zone 3 will be picked up on Thursday, 4/5

Zone 4 will be picked up on Friday, ...

Lastest Update: Storm Debris Removal Continues in Livingston

LIVINGSTON, NJ – As Livingston’s Department of Public Works (DPW) continues to remove debris from the recent storms, the DPW announced this week that it will now collect brush and limbs that are less than 18 inches in diameter and placed at the curb through April 6.

Crews continue to work diligently to remove trees, limbs and debris from all roadways, as the township is ...

Livingston Selects Company to Lead Energy Aggregation Program

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston mayor and council announced on Monday that Gabel Associates has been selected as the energy advisor for the township’s energy aggregation program.

Mayor Ed Meinhardt thanked Councilman Shawn Klein for bringing energy aggregation to the council’s attention during his own term as mayor and for continuing to be diligent in the search process for ...

Livingston Township Provides Update on Branch Collection

LIVINGSTON, NJ — According to an update from Waste Industries, LLC, Livingston Township’s garbage collection vendor, all branches will be picked up in a timely manner; however, branches will not all be picked up at one time.

In order to be collected, all branches must be tied in bundles of four feet in length or shorter. If branches are in cans, they must not weight more ...

How to Dispose of Township vs. Non-Township Trees

LIVINGSTON, NJ — As employees of Livingston's Department of Public Works (DPW) continue to cleaning up debris from township trees, the DPW reminds property owners that they are responsible for other trees or limbs that have fallen on their properties.

Here is how to tell the difference:

Township Trees:

Township trees are those located within the 10-foot right of way (the area ...

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