Notices

Posted on: April 3, 2018

Vegetative Waste Management

Spring cleanup and the damaging March storms may present challenges for managing municipal vegetative waste. NJDEP advises vegetative debris can be stored at temporary debris management areas, or TDMAs.

Spring cleanup and the damaging March storms may present challenges for managing municipal vegetative waste. DEP advises vegetative debris can be stored at temporary debris management areas, or TDMAs. They can be used for winter storms and/or tropical storm/hurricane events. Information and applications on DEP approval for a TDMA can be found here: TDMAs (http://www.nj.gov/dep/dshw/debris/tdmaforminstruct.html). In addition, NJDEP provides a toolkit about overall debris planning and management. The toolkits includes further TDMA explanation:  http://www.state.nj.us/dep/dshw/toolkit.pdf...

Specific questions regarding disposal of emerald ash borer trees should be directed to Department of Agriculture website www.emeraldashborer.nj.gov or Joseph Zoltowski, Director Division of Plant Industry, New Jersey Department of Agriculture, 609-406-6939.

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