Follow the township’s guide on recycling, waste disposal and other materials.
Helpful flyers and FAQ from Camden County.
Follow state guidelines for residential, business, school, government and electronic waste.
Learn which items should and should not be recycled with information provided by EPA.
Non-Traditional Recycling – Where Can I Bring It?
Drop off unused electronics and others appliances at Best Buy. Check their website for more details.
These events are for Cherry Hill residents only—no businesses. Check Cherry Hill Township’s calendar regularly for new event dates.
Mom’s recycles a lot! Call the local store for more details on what they currently accept: 856-685-5760.
Plastic bags can be tough to recycle. Use this locator to find places that will properly dispose of them.
Sustainable Businesses & Additional Resources
Effective May 4, 2022, all disposable bags (paper and plastic) are banned statewide. Use this resource from the New Clean Community Council to learn more.
A sustainability publication by the Camden County Board of Commissioners.
A part of the Sustainable Camden County Initiative that provides a diverse list of hand and power tools, gardening and cleaning equipment, along with shop vacuums and pneumatic tools. You can create an account and look their inventory, HERE.
Do you want to reduce your carbon footprint and lighten your trash haul? Sign up with South Jersey’s first food-waste composting pick-up service.
Coming soon to Walgreen’s stores! Formerly a delivery service, Loop provides products with sustainable, reusable packaging.
A sustainable business in Haddon Township where you can use or buy your own refillable containers for a variety of products.
State of New Jersey – Department of Environmental Protection – Air Quality, Energy & Sustainability Resources
A guide to sustainability resources covering everything choosing a low-emissions vehicle to agriculture.
A non-profit organization whose goal is to create a sustainable future for southern New Jersey.