WARREN, NJ - The Department of Public Works of Warren Township will be collecting tree and brush debris from all Warren Township residents in the aftermath of Winter Storm Quinn.
Due to the intense effects of Storm Quinn that impacted Warren Township on March 7, the Township Committee has authorized and directed the DPW to. begin the collection process on April 2.
Due to the massive undertaking of this project, residents are asked to adhere to the following instructions or your yard debris will not be removed by the Township:
• Storm debris must be next to the curb by April 2, or it will not be picked up. This date has been selected to provide residents with sufficient time to gather and prepare the debris for pickup.
• All branches/limbs must be no longer than 6 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter. Any debris longer than 6 feet or larger than 6 inches in diameter will not be picked up.
• Please stack branches neatly with the trunk ends facing the road. If any brush is entangled it will not be picked up.
• All roads will be visited one time only. If brush is not by the curb when collection crews arrive, the material will not be picked up and there will not be a return trip to your location.
The Township does not have the capability for chipping debris larger than the diameter specified, and as such cannot remove it. The Township will be posting a map on the website [warrennj.org] indicating the streets that have been completed. This map will be posted after April 10.
For further information contact: Mark Krane, Township Administrator at 908-753-8000, x-250 or 253 or Douglas Buro, Superintendent of Public Works at 908-753-1223.