OCEAN CITY, NJ — Shredded paper and rigid plastics will no longer be accepted with curbside recycling in Ocean City. Shredded paper and bulky mixed rigid plastic (non-bottle items larger than 2.5 gallons) should go in the trash.
Cape May County’s new rule took effect Tuesday, Oct. 1. The following should continue to go in recycling cans: cardboard, office paper, junk mail, magazines, paperback books, dry food boxes, beverage carriers, and clean pizza boxes.
If you have questions, call Ocean City’s Department of Public Works at 609-399-6111 ext. 9711.