New Jersey Clean Communities is a statewide, comprehensive, litter-abatement program created by the passage of the Clean Communities Act in 1986. The Act provides a funding source for the program by placing a tax on fifteen categories of businesses that may produce litter-generating products. Municipalities and counties must implement litter abatement programs that incorporate the elements of cleanup, enforcement and education.
In an effort to be more efficient and environmentally friendly, Wall Township converted to automated sanitation vehicles on December 1, 2014. As part of this conversion, Wall Township residents now have their household trash and recycling picked up once a week. Bulk will continue to be picked up once a month but now will occur either on a Thursday or Friday, depending on your address. Brush will also continue to be collected once a month in the months of May, June, September and October during your newly designated bulk week. All the same rules still apply to brush collection.
To learn your new schedule please visit the interactive map. This tool will allow you to see your new collection schedule simply by typing in your address.