Municipal, Commercial, & Industrial Recycling.

142-156 Frelinghuysen Avenue
Newark, New Jersey 07114

TEL: 800 .216 .2250

Collection UPDATES: WEATHER/HOLIDAYS

ALL COLLECTIONS TODAY ARE NORMAL

You can also check our verbal recording at 1-800-216-2250 ext. 1 should this information change.

PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NO LONGER THE HAULER FOR SCOTCH PLAINS NJ- PLEASE CONTACT SCOTCH PLAINS DPW FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE.

ATTENTION BERKELEY HEIGHTS– TOWNWIDE COLLECTION HAS MOVED TO MONDAY/TUESDAYS STARTING MARCH 8TH EVERY OTHER WEEK. 

ATTENTION NEW PROVIDENCE EAST SIDE– YOUR COLLECTION DAY HAS MOVED TO THURSDAYS EVERY OTHER WEEK STARTING MARCH 4TH.

We appreciate your kind understanding as we continue to provide safe and efficient services for all of our communities!

Please note NO PLASTIC BAGS are acceptable for recycling. Also, only Plastics #1 & #2 will be accepted. This is due to changes in the recycling market. 

Our History About Us

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For forty seven years, Giordano Companies has provided solid waste and recycling collection, processing and marketing services for over 13 New Jersey municipalities with approximately 225,000 New Jersey residents.  Giordano currently holds contracts for curbside recycling collection with municipalities in Essex County including:(South Orange and Millburn) as well as Union County (Berkeley Heights, Clark, Cranford, New Providence, Scotch Plains, Springfield, and Winfield Park).

Our recycling facility is located at 142-156 Frelinghuysen Avenue in Newark New Jersey, where we maintain our processing facilities and equipment which includes vehicles and containers.  We are conveniently located near all major highways in the City of Newark, just three miles to NY/NJ ports. Our recycling plant processes approximately 4,000 tons of recyclable materials per month.  Our facility employs over twenty five Newark residents. In addition, Giordano Companies provides a monthly host community fee to the City of Newark.

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