MADISON, NJ - According to Borough of Madison Municipal Ordinance and New Jersey state law, all businesses and institutions are required to recycle. Therefore, as the owner, operator, or manager of a business, institution, or multi-family dwelling, you must ensure that a recycling program is in place.
Each year, as required by NJDEP recycling regulations, N.J.A.C. 7:26A-10.3, and Municipal Ordinance 19-2008, all businesses, institutions, and multifamily dwellings must report recycling activities to the Borough.
Failure to establish a recycling program and report on its progress may result in a monetary penalty.
It takes just a few minutes to comply. Please email information about your business's recycling program including what you recycle and how you dispose of it to firstname.lastname@example.org Just a few sentences will do. You may also email any questions to email@example.com.
Local businesses are the backbone of our town and your cooperation is critical to the success of our recycling goals and initiatives.
Recycling has proven to be an economically sound business practice by which disposal costs are avoided and revenue may be generated by the sale of recyclable materials. Please help Madison achieve its 50% mandated recycling goal.
For more information about recycling in Morris County please click here for an informational brochure.