In an effort to keep boat shrink-wrap out of the trash so that it can be recycled, a collection program for this material will be launched on Sunday, March 15, 2011 on Lake Hopatcong at Lee’s County Park Marina, 443 Howard Boulevard, Mount Arlington, NJ 07856.
A roll-off container with signs proclaiming “RECYCLE YOUR SHRINK WRAP HERE!!!” will be located at the marina between March 15, 2011, and June 30, 2011.
Anyone who has boat shrink-wrap (bundled and tied) may deliver it to the marina and stack it in the roll-off container between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. every day between March 15, 2011, and June 30, 2011. Click here to read the MCMUA’s letter inviting people to participate in the program.
Click here to view a PDF of additional guidelines for the boat shrink-wrap program. Please note that the Morris County shrink-wrap collection program will not include the other materials listed on the state’s PDF flyer; sacrificial anodes (zinc), 55-gallon plastic drums, and mercury-containing devices; however, anyone who wants information about the proper disposal of mercury containing devices, is welcome to call our hazardous waste coordinator at 973-829-8006973-829-8006.
Please feel free to spread the word about the boat shrink-wrap program to your various contacts. Over 30 tons of this material has been collected and diverted from landfill space
through our program. If you have any questions about this program, please call 973-285-8394973-285-8394.