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Debris Disposal

Mazza Recycling boasts a 47,000 square-foot transfer station/material recovery facility that can handle up to 1,100 tons of debris per day. Fully approved by the New Jersey Department of Environment Protection, our facility is permitted to accept the following materials.

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What can we take in our transfer station?

Bulky Waste:

Large items of waste material, such as appliances and furniture. Discarded automobiles, trucks and trailers and large vehicle parts, and tires are included under this category

Construction and Demolition Waste:

Waste building material and rubble resulting from construction, remodeling, repair, and demolition operations on houses, commercial buildings, pavements and other structures. The following materials may be found in construction and demolition waste: treated and un­treated wood scrap; tree parts, tree stumps and brush; concrete, asphalt, bricks, blocks and other masonry; plaster and wallboard; roofing materials; corrugated cardboard and miscellaneous paper; ferrous and non­ferrous metal; non-asbestos building insulation; plastic scrap; dirt; carpets and padding; glass (window and door); and other miscellaneous materials; but shall not include other solid waste types

In 2013, Mazza Recycling accepted 200,000 tons of bulky waste and C&D debris. This debris was sorted at the facility and recyclables such as wood, concrete, and scrap metal were extracted so that they could be recycled. Mazza Recycling manufactures the remainder of the debris into “beneficial use biofuel” which is shipped to manufacturing plants for use as fuel. This biofuel is used at the manufacturing plants to replace the burning of natural resources such as natural gas and coal and protects the environment from the harmful emissions of burning those natural resources.

Click here for a Solid Waste Origin and Disposal (O&D) form