Report 2020 Recycling Efforts for Sussex County
Solid Waste/Recycling Haulers and non-residential generators shall be responsible to comply with the source separation and recycling provisions of the Sussex County Solid Waste Management Plan, and are required to submit annual recycling reports to the municipality they are located in.
Required reporters are Solid Waste/Recycling Haulers, along with non-residential generators (owner, agent, lessee, tenant, operator, contractor, builder or occupant of every building for commercial, retail, wholesale, industrial, construction sites, restaurants, taverns, schools, institutions, warehouses, factories, offices, etc.).
How Do You Report?
Per the Sussex County Solid Waste Management Plan: A summary total of tonnage on official letterhead or copies of disposal receipts for recycled materials shall be forwarded to the Municipal Coordinator at the end of each calendar year for inclusion in the municipalities' Annual Recycling Tonnage report, specifically N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.16.
A 2020 Business Recycling Tonnage Report form has been developed to aid in reporting recycling efforts. There is also a 2020 Sussex County School Tonnage Report form, specifically for schools. It is important to provide recycling tonnage amounts for all listed categories in 2020. Reports can be mailed, emailed or faxed to the correct Sussex County municipality that the recycling was generated. Copies can be sent to the SCMUA, Attn. Dawn Latincsics, 34 State Route 94, Lafayette, NJ 07848, fax: 973-579-7819 or email@example.com.
When Do You Report?
The 2020 Business Recycling Tonnage Report is required to be submitted to the proper Sussex County municipality no later than March 31, 2021.
What Do You Report?
Please see the 2020 Business Recycling Tonnage Report for the list of required materials to be reported.
For Additional Information
Reporting questions, please contact Sussex County Recycling Coordinator Dawn Latincsics @ 973-579-6998 Ex 107 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Further guidance can be found @ NJ Department of Environmental Protection
Thank you for your efforts to help Sussex County reach its recycling goal of 50% (MSW)!