The Runnemede Department of Public Works is an organization that provides services for the residents of the Borough of Runnemede, the public in general as well as the other Municipal Departments. Most services are characterized as maintenance or support activities.
The Public Works Department, through its employees, provides for the delivery of high quality, cost effective, efficient, safe services involving public infrastructure and facilities to enhance the quality of life in the Borough of Runnemede.
It is our goal to respond quickly to each request, maintain the same quality of service and monitor our completion rate and customer satisfaction.
To Contact Public Works
Harry G. Wozunk II, Superintendent, CPWM, CPR
Nick Ritz, Assistant Superintendent, CPWM
Patrick Moriarty, Assistant Superintendent Sewer
Public Works Complex
Located at 820 Broadway, Runnemede, NJ
Corner of Crescent and Broadway
The Borough needs to enforce these measures in order to maintain the facility used where we dispose of our recyclables. The return market on recycling has bottomed out and our vendors are forcing higher rates or looking for ways to cut current contracts. To maintain our current low contract we need to make sure that the proper materials are collected.
We acknowledge our original post on FaceBook and Web site might not have been viewed however, we are making every attempt to contact all residents to educate them on the new recycling demand placed on us by our facility.
We are confident by working together we will continue to make Runnemede a better place to live.
Material outlining the recycling process can be found at the Borough Hall.
Some of the bigger issues of this process are No plastic bags, no contaminated paper products, No metal or aluminum other than can goods. Only glass bottles Etc.
Some Example of things not allowed are pizza boxes and ice cream containers. A good guideline is if you think it’s trash it is.
Again we apologize for any disruptions or inconveniences, but together we can all work to make our rates stay low while continuing to help the environment.