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The North Bergen Municipal Utilities Authority (NBMUA), provides wastewater collection and treatment services as well as solid waste and recycling services in order to protect the public safety, welfare, and health of residents within it’s assigned areas. Read More …

Meetings Our Upcoming Public Meetings

  • Wed, 02/11/15 04:00pm
  • Wed, 03/11/15 04:00pm
  • Wed, 04/08/15 04:00pm
  • Wed, 05/13/15 04:00pm
  • Wed, 06/10/15 04:00pm
  • Wed, 07/08/15 04:00pm
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Winter 2014-2015 Newsletter & Holiday Schedule

Check out the Winter 2014-2015 Pipeline Newsletter from the North Bergen Municipal Utilities Authority which has important information, such as the announcement about the Poster winners and the Holiday Schedule.

Holiday Schedule

-No garbage or recycling will be collected on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
-Regular Thursday garbage and recycling will be collected on Friday, December 26th and Friday, January 2nd
-Regular Friday garbage and recycling will be collected on Saturday, December 27th and Saturday, January 3rd

The North Bergen Municipal Utilities Authority wishes everyone a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season!

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North Bergen Recycling Initiative

 We all know that recycling has a lot of benefits: it helps protect the environment by taking trash out of landfills and reusing paper, plastic, electronics and more. Recycling encourages people to not litter and keeps North Bergen looking clean. But there’s another huge reason to recycle that you might not know about -- It saves real money and can help lower taxes!

When North Bergen disposes of trash it has to pay dumping fees in order to use landfills and similar facilities. However, when residents recycle the MUA receivesmoney back from private recycling companies. For example, if North Bergen residents were to increase the amount of recycling by just 10%, the MUA would save over half a million dollars! Thus, if more people in North Bergen recycle it will lead directly to the MUA spending less money on dumping and disposal and needing less funding from the township. It all means a lower property tax bill, saving you real money! All we need to do to make it happen is recycle.