All drivers and helpers MUST stay with their vehicles while unloading. 


Safety vests and PPE are REQUIRED

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2023 Paper Shredding Events. 
This event is a Drive-Thru service. Residents should remain in their vehicles.
All boxes will be removed from the trunk/hatchback by onsite staff for secure shredding.

Event Flyer

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Effective Saturday 7/1/2023 

All loads of Acceptable Recyclables can now be delivered to the Materials Recovery Facility.

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Effective Immediately:

Rockland Green will not be accepting out of State or out of County MSW, C&D or Recyclables until further notice. 

Out of County municipalities with an Intermunicipal Agreement will be allowed entry.

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Food Scrap Recycling Program

In an ongoing effort to reduce the amount of waste going to the landfills, Orangetown is partnering with Rockland Green to Recycle Residents’ Food Scraps

Why separate your food scraps?          

Food Scraps are the single largest component in the Municipal Solid Waste stream (MSW). Decomposition of Food Scraps in a landfill produces methane, a greenhouse gas 20 times more damaging than CO2. Food Scraps are valuable materials that if properly collected and composted can help reduce pollution and improve overall quality of life. Your Food Scraps will be processed into beautiful nutrient rich compost instead of heading to the landfill that is over 320 miles from Rockland County.

How to Food Scrap Recycle in Orangetown, it’s easy:
1. COLLECT your food scraps in a small bin stored on the countertop or under the sink. Line your bin with Rockland Green’s compostable brown bags.

2. TRANSFER the bagged food scraps from the small bin into the large white or green bin to store until you’re ready to drop them off.

3. DROP OFF your bagged food scraps in the large bin at Orangetown’s Food Scrap Drop-off Site. It is located at 119 Route 303 and Jim Dean Drive, Orangeburg, NY, next to the Residential Drop-off Site. Go past the Highway garages and look for the sign on your left. The Food Scrap Drop-off Site is open Monday-Saturday, 8am-3pm. There will be no charge to drop off Food Scraps.

The food scraps must be dropped off in Rockland Green’s compostable brown bags!

 **Residents must use the lined Compostable Brown Bags provided free of charge by the Highway Department. They are not the same as the leaf bags.**

What can be placed into the Composting Bags?
Acceptable Items
Fruits and Vegetables (remove stickers, bands, and ties)
Meat and Poultry (bones ok)
Fish and Shellfish (shells ok)
Dairy Products
Bread & Pasta
Rice and Grains
Chips and Snacks
Beans, Nuts & Seeds
Leftover and Spoiled Food
Coffee Grounds (paper filters ok)
Tea Bags (no staples)
Cut Flowers

Non-Acceptable Items
NO plastic bags, compostable/biodegradable bags, packaging, stickers, rubber bands or twist ties.
NO pet waste, baby wipes, foil, paper plates or paper towels.
NO plastic, glass, metal or kitchenware.
If it’s not on the list, IT IS NOT compostable in Rockland County!
Getting the Rockland Green Brown Compostable Bags:        
1. You can pick up your free Rockland Green Brown Compostable Bags at the Orangetown Highway Department located at 119 Route 303, Orangeburg, NY.
2. Their hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 7 am – 4 pm.
3. Bags are also available at all Orangetown libraries, Nyack Village Hall and Piermont Village Hall. Proof of residency is required.

Click here for more information on the Orangetown Food Scraps Recycling Program