Montville Paper Shred and Electronics Recycle Event

The township will be holding a free paper shredding and electronics recycling event. The event is rain or shine, and is open to all township residents and businesses. Proof of residency/business in town is required. Maximum of 10.

Sat, September 25
9:00 am — 12:00 pm
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The township will be holding a free paper shredding and electronics recycling event. The event is rain or shine, and is open to all township residents and businesses. Proof of residency/business in town is required. Maximum of 10.

195 Changebridge Road Montville, NJ 07045

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