Township Storm Debris Collection to End in February

After end date, homeowners will be responsible for removing debris

Homeowners on the Toms River mainland who still have storm debris have about a month to schedule a township pick up before its removal becomes their responsibility.

Pick up by Toms River Department of Public Works will cease at the end of February, the township has announced. Regular storm debris collection on the mainland ended on Jan. 27; from now until Feb. 28, debris pick up will be done by request only, according to the township. 

Residents can schedule a pick up by emailing the Public Works department Deputy Director Anthony Benyola with their name and address.

"All storm debris becomes the homeowner's responsibility after that date," the township said in a statement. 

Pat Suriani January 30, 2013 at 11:49 PM
What about the commercial garbage...r we waiting for the rats to march down rt 35
dainty January 30, 2013 at 11:55 PM
I dont think commercial garbage stands a chance. I tried helping remove it several weeks ago and volunteers cant touch commercial properties. Cant insurance help them?
Av January 31, 2013 at 12:07 AM
What about my beer bottles my trunk is packed so is my pee jugs
anthony LaManna January 31, 2013 at 12:54 PM
Commercial garbage pick up ended. We have to get our own private haulers, I used Crown carting. 973-277-2604, Vinny helped me out.
Michael Capo January 31, 2013 at 03:45 PM
Commercial garbage has been removed in Seaside Heights, Seaside Park and Lavallette. Why not Ortley? Because unfortunately we are part of Toms River. What a shame.


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