Camden County Recycling
The Camden County Division of Environmental Affairs
1301 Park Boulevard
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Phone: (856) 858-5241
Fax: (856) 858-3470
Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Mon - Fri
Jeffrey Nash, Freeholder, Frank Moran, Director, Department of Parks, Jack Sworaski, Director, Division of Environmental Affairs
The Camden County Division of Environmental Affairs, a division of the Department of Parks, is responsible for a number of environmental programs and projects that are important to Camden County residents. These include: Recycling and Solid Waste Management, Household Special Waste Collections and Electronics Recycling Events, Litter Clean-Up and Enforcement, Open Space and Historic Preservation, and Watershed Protection.
The Division coordinates the activities of several Freeholder Board-appointed advisory committees, including the Environmental Commission, Open Space Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Committee, and Solid Waste Advisory Council. The Division performs a similar role for Recyclers in Camden County, a group consisting of municipal recycling coordinators from Camden County's thirty seven municipalities.
The Division of Environmental Affairs also publishes an annual newsletter, The Recycler, which seeks to inform Camden County residents about environmental issues of local interest. Click here to download a pdf for viewing online.
For your recyclables pick-up schedule, please contact your municipality.