Get Rid Of Your EWaste This Saturday In Sussex County

Dated: 07/17/2018

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Team Nest Builder knows it’s easy for e-waste---tv sets, printers, laptops, etc.--to pile up in your New Jersey home. Here’s your opportunity to rid yourself of it in Sussex County! It’s the Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority E-Waste Collection Event! The scoop:Get rid of your e-waste this Saturday!



Saturday, July 21st


7 am - 2 pm


Up to 5 Units per vehicle at no charge.  Scale charges for extra quantities.


  • Desktops

  • Laptops

  • Monitors

  • Printers

  • Cassettes, CD’s, VCR tapes

  • Computer speakers

  • Stereo equipment

  • CD Players

  • Copiers

  • Television sets

  • Radios

  • VCR’s

  • DVD Players

  • Cell Phones

  • Fax Machines

(No appliances, please.)

*Residents/businesses responsible for prior removal of data from hard drives & other storage media


Sussex County MUA Solid Waste/Recycling Facility, 34 State Route 94, Lafayette, NJ


For more information, call 973-579-6998 or visit (Commercial or other quantity generators contact 1-800-374-3473.)

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