Burlington County Board Of Chosen Freeholders

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BURLINGTON COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICE DIRECTORY
Aging   609-265-5069
Alcohol Program   609-265-5545
Burlington County Animal Shelter   609-265-5073
Burlington County Bridge Commission   856-829-1900
Consumer Affairs   609-265-5054
County Adjuster   609-265-5200
County Clerk   609-265-5122
Economic Development   609-265-5055
Election Board   609-265-5062
Freeholder's Office   609-265-5020
Health   609-265-5548
Highway Department   609-726-7300
Human Resources   609-265-5403
Jail   609-265-5042
Land Use Planning   856-642-3850
Library   609-267-9660
Mosquito Extermination   609-265-5064
County Prosecutor   609-265-5035
County Solicitor   609-265-5289
Sherriff   609-265-5127
Superintendent of Elections   609-265-5111
Tax Board   609-265-5056
Transportation   609-265-5109
Veterans Services   609-265-5008
 
The Burlington County Transportation System
Burlink & Paratransit Services are now offering Shopping Buses. Shopping service is for groceries, essential items or personal business only. You must be registered to use BCTS and reservations are required. Buses will not travel outside the designated zone. For more information please call 1-800-365-0580 or click on this link.
 
  RECYCLING
 
BURLINGTON COUNTY RESOURCE RECOVERY COMPLEX
21939 COLUMBUS ROAD
Mansfield, New Jersey 08022
 
Any resident that would like to drop off hazardous waste other than the scheduled dates may do so at the:       BURLINGTON COUNTY HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY
                                                          (609)499-1001 
                                                 Recycle@co.burlington.nj.us 
Their hours of operation are: Tuesday-Friday 7AM to 3PM and Saturday 7AM to 2PM. This facility also recycles old computers, hard drives, monitors, keyboards, modems, printers, fax machines, VCR's and DVD players. Businesses and schools must call for an appointment at:  609-499-5200.
 
SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING
IS HERE!
 
 
Effective in September, 2014, Single Stream Recycling began for towns in Burlington County that are currently enrolled in the program. Tabernacle residents are included in this program. Single Stream Recycling means that there will no longer be a need to separate your bottles and cans from your paper items. All the recycling will be collected in the blue 96 gallon containers that have been distributed to the homes in Tabernacle. The round buckets will no longer be used as the trucks picking up the recycling will be using the automated lift system on trucks. Residents are being asked to hold onto these round buckets temporarily until a decision is made on what to do with them.
 
REMEMBER!!! ALL CONTAINERS ARE PROPERTY OF THE TOWNSHIP AND MUST REMAIN ON THE PROPERTY ASSIGNED. IF A CONTAINER IS REMOVED AND NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, THE RESIDENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE A NEW CONTAINER.
 
Some families may not be able to fit all their recycling into their existing blue cart. If you fill your blue cart every collection now, you may need an extra cart for single stream. If you do need an extra recycling cart they are available at a cost of $10.00 per cart payable to Tabernacle Township. Contact the Township at 609-268-1220 if you have any questions.

       
 
 
The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders is responsible for the paper, plastic, aluminum, glass and computer recycling program in Tabernacle Township. As of January 1, 2011 televisions and computers, including laptops and monitors will be banned from all landfills and incinerators in New Jersey.  Residents of Burlington County may drop off these items at any authorized Goodwill Donation Center during normal business hours (Locations include: Bordentown, Lumberton, Maple Shade, Medford and Willingboro)  or The Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex on Rt. 543, Florence, NJ. Best Buy is offering to take back your old computer or tv when delivering a new one to your home or will pick it up at your home for a fee if you are not making a purchase.
 
All recycling must be at the curb by 6:00 AM. Separate trucks are dispatched for paper and the other for bottles and cans. Click Here for recycling instructions. Click Here for recycling schedule. Click on this link for directionsClick Here for map to the Robert C. Shinn, Jr. Recycling Center.
 
 
Should you have any problems such as missed collections you must call one of the following numbers:
609-267-6889
609-499-1001
 856-461-4141 
 
You may also email suggestions or comments to:
 
General Recycling Info for the Compost Workshops
please call (609) 499-1001 or email: recycle@co.burlington.nj.us
 
You may bring unwanted computer hard drives (CPUs) and monitors (up to six), keyboards, modems, printers, fax machines, cell phones and VCRs for recycling at no charge to the Burlington County Resource Recover Complex.
 
Occasionally, the County offers a shredding event for residents who wish to dispose of personal and confidential documents. They require that residents do not exceed 4 bags (ex.:kitchen trash bags) or 4 boxes (ex.: copier paper boxes) per household. Please call to obtain information on their next scheduled event. 
 
Bulky rigid plastics can also be recycled. Items such as plastic carts, crates, buckets, baskets, toys and lawn furniture that cannot be recycled through the normal curbside collection recycling programs may be taken to the Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex in Mansfield. Click on this link for more information.
 
KEEP TABERNACLE GREEN AND CLEAN - PLEASE RECYCLE!
 
television AS OF JANUARY 1, 2011 ALL TELEVISIONS AND COMPUTERS, INCLUDING LAPTOPS AND MONITORS WILL BE BANNED FROM ALL LANDFILLS AND INCENERATORS IN NEW JERSEY. PLEASE CLICK ON  THIS LINK FOR A COPY OF THE NOTICE.
 
 
THE RECYCLEBANK IS HERE IN TABERNACLE
 
This is a reward program that operates on the principle of points earned and then redeemed for rewards at local and national businesses. An identification tag has been attached to your existing paper/cardboard recycling cart that has a unique number and will associate your cart to your address and will be used to track your recycling efforts and to award points which can then be redeemed for rewards.
 
Beginning on March 26, 2009 the trucks will read your identification tag, recognize your household has recycled and transmit that information to the Recycle Bank. You can go online to www.RecycleBank.com , log onto your personal account and redeem your RecycleBank Points for rewards. You can also call toll free at 1-888-727-2978.
 
Recycling pickup dates for paper, bottles and cans are every other Thursday. The recycling schedule can be obtained through this link.
 

bookmobile 

BURLINGTON COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM
BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE 
The Burlington County Library System is proud to sponsor the Bookmobile program where they bring the library to you! The bookmobile offers over 5,000 items including: bestsellers and hot new titles, DVDs for all ages, audiobooks on CD and Playaway, Manga/Graphic Novels, awesome books & movies for kids as well as large print books. Just bring your BCLS library card or your ID to get a new card. The Bookmobile is wheelchair accessible.
 
In Tabernacle, the Bookmobile stops at:
  • Murphy's Market in the Pines on Medford Lakes Road on every other Monday from 3:30-4:15PM 
  • Tabernacle Municipal Building on Carranza Road on every other Wednesday from 3:00-4:00PM
  • Allenwood Estates located off of Medford Lakes Road on every other Monday from 2:50 to 3:20PM
Please click on this link to see the most current schedule and location stops of the Burlington County Bookmobile:www.bcls.lib.nj.us/bookmobile . For more information call (609) 267-9660 x 3069.