Mount Ephraim DPW LogoDepartment of Public Works
James Sylvester Public Works Facility
33 Linden Avenue
Mount Ephraim, NJ, 08059

Telephone: (856) 931-2529
Fax: (856) 931-4285
Hours of Operation: 6:30am - 2:30pm (Mon-Fri)

Director: Michael "Traz" Tovinsky
Superintendent: Joe Ciano
Ass't. Superintendent: Jim Beebe

Metal Pick Up

We are trying to keep the "Junkers" from stealing Mt. Ephraim's money.  The only way we can do that is with your help!  When you have metal to recycle, call 931-2529 and we will be there the same day to pick it up, Monday through Friday 7:00am to 2:00pm.


Download Information from DPW

Borough recycling info

Camden Co. Recycling flyer 2019 English and & Spanish

Recycling Electronics

Disposal of Latex Paint


Glass, Cans, Plastics, Aluminum           Every Thursday Plastic–Only #1 and 2
Paper, Cardboard Every Thursday Remove Styrofoam 
Brush Every Monday Tied in 4ft Lengths
Scrap Metal/Iron On your trash day All metal objects
Concrete/Asphalt 1st & 3rd Mondays of Month Neatly at Curb
Stumps/Logs 2nd & 4th Mondays of Month Neatly at Curb
Leaves Special Pickup/Nov-Dec Rake to Curb
Grass Mondays May-Sep Trash cans – NO BAGS
Trash/Garbage Wednesdays (Southside)
Fridays (Northside)
No more than 5 cans or 10 bags

Please keep recyclables (metals, papers, yard waste) separate from regular household garbage.
All curbside pickup must be out prior to the first scheduled day in your zone.
The Borough will not pick up roof shingles created by a contractor or home owner.

Camden County collects the following items- Empty Propane tanks, Asbestos shingles, Computers, Batteries, Paints, Pesticides, Fuels and Related Products – Drop off dates and locations will be available at the Borough Hall and the Borough Garage. The Borough will not accept or pick up any of these items.

Rake leaves to curb.
Keep leaves and brush at least ten (10) feet away from storm drains.
DO NOT place leaves in bags.
Notification will be placed on telephone poles one (1) week prior to pickup.

Per Ordinance No. 742:05, all pet owners and keepers are required to immediately and properly dispose of their pet’s solid waste deposited on any property, public or private, not owned or possessed by that person.