WESTFIELD, NJ — Bathtubs, bicycles, washers, dryers and hot water heaters are among the items eligible for collection as part of the town’s annual bulk waste pickup program.
Homeowners have until Sept. 27 to register to have up to 750 pounds of bulky waste picked up curbside, the town announced. And for the first time in Westfield, residents can register for the program online.
There is a cost: $185 per bulk waste permit holder, under the town’s contract with Republic Services LLC, of New Brunswick. The Town Council on Tuesday approved the agreement at a morning meeting convened for the purpose.
Click here to visit the online portal, read the full program requirements register and pay the fee.
The program schedule is as follows by each ward, according to the town:
Ward 1 – Sept. 30 – Oct. 4
Ward 2 – Oct. 7 –11
Ward 3 – Oct. 14 – 18
Ward 4 – Oct. 21 – 25
An annual bulk waste pickup has become a longtime tradition in Westfield. Last year, about 500 people purchased permits for the program, according to town administrator Jim Gildea.