The MCMUA provides services and information for 39 Morris County towns and governments. Additionally, we provide services to many other institutions such as schools, libraries, etc. Use this page to to see how we can work together.
Those We Work With
Municipal Recycling Coordinators
Making recycling work...
Recycling, practice, what we preach...
Government Quick Links
Recycling Mandates & More...
Garbage Disposal - Transfer Station Info for Governmental Institutions
- Tipping Fees (cost to dump)
- Vehicle and Insurance Requirements
- Waste Flow Control Requirements
- Transfer Station Operating Procedures and Policy
Recycling and Governmental Institutions
- Recycling Collection Services
- For the Morris County Municipal Recycling Coordinator
- Recycling Mandates and Laws
Q. Are shared services available with the MCMUA's single-stream recycling program?
A. The MCMUA procured its single-stream recycling contract with municipal shared services in mind. Municipalities can easily execute inter-local governmental shared services agreements with the MCMUA to enjoy the single-stream recycling services and marketing terms competitively procured by the MCMUA. Towns do not have to be MCMUA curbside collection customers to enter into such agreements. Please contact the MCMUA for more information about this opportunity. There is no longer any need to wait to bring the benefits of single-stream recycling to your municipality.
Hazardous Waste Management for Governmental Institutions
Q. Can a governmental institution and/or school use the MCMUA hazardous waste program?
A. Pre-qualified institutions may drop off hazardous waste at the MCMUA's permanent HHW facility located at the Mount Olive transfer station by appointment and for a fee. Institutional waste is not accepted at MCMUA one-day hazardous waste disposal programs.
Q. Can governmental institutions recycle rechargeable batteries with Call2Recycle® ?
Call2Recycle® will provide free-of-charge drop-off boxes to any public entity for the collection and recycling of their own rechargeable batteries. All one has to do is sign up online at http://www.call2recycle.org. Public drop-off sites open to the general public will be listed on the Call2Recycle® zip code locator and toll-free help-lines to encourage residents to recycle. Additionally, institutions can still participate in the Call2Recycle® program without being advertised as a public drop-off location if they do not want to listed as such. Since everything is free of charge, the MCMUA is encouraging every public agency to request a drop-off box for its office or work site. For those public entities that utilize 2-way radios such as police, fire, public works and emergency services, the Call2Recycle® program is a great way to conveniently manage the rechargeable batteries that are generated and need to be recycled. Click here for more information about household battery recycling/disposal.
Leaf, Grass and Brush Recycling for Municipalities
- Insurance: Click here to view the insurance requirements in order to enter the MCMUA compost facilities.
- Ticket books used for municipalities dropping off vegetative waste are avaialable at either facility during operating hours. Note: all transactions require a valid drop off ticket.
- General 2016 Holiday Schedule For MCMUA
- $6.50/c.y. - Leaf Composting Drop-off
- $7.50/c.y. - Leaf (Compacted) Composting Drop-off
- $9.50/c.y. - Grass Composting Drop-off
- $10.50/c.y. - Grass (Compacted) Composting Drop-off
- $6.50/c.y. - Brush Recycling Drop-off
- $7.50/c.y. - Brush (Compacted) Recycling Drop-off
- $3.00/c.y. - Lake Weed Recycling Drop-off
- $0.00/c.y. - Wood Chip Recycling Drop-off (No charge)
- $8.00/c.y. - Leaf Composting Drop-off
- $9.00/c.y. - Leaf (Compacted) Composting Drop-off
- $11.00/c.y. - Grass Composting Drop-off
- $12.00/c.y. - Grass (Compacted) Composting Drop-off
- $8.00/c.y. - Brush Recycling Drop-off
- $9.00/c.y. - Brush (Compacted) Recycling Drop-off
- $11.00/c.y. - Lake Weed Recycling Drop-off
- $0.00/c.y. - Wood Chips
Water Information for Governments
- Water Quality Reports
- Application for Connection to MCMUA Water System (Microsoft Word document to fill out electronically and email)
- Application for Connection to MCMUA Water System (PDF to print and fill out by hand and physically mail)
- MCMUA "Wet-Tap" Connection Standards All “wet tap” connection made on a Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (MCMUA) water main shall be authorized through an approved Application for Connection to MCMUA Water System issued by the MCMUA to a customer municipality or utility. The permit holder shall be responsible for the integrity of the connection in perpetuity and for any damage to MCMUA facilities during installation. The permit holder or its agent shall be responsible for securing any other permits required to perform the work, and for all labor, material and equipment necessary to install the connection.