Mon – Fri: 8:30 – 4:00
Closed from 12–1pm

(609) 883-2900 
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628

Scotch Road Convenience Center to Reopen Friday, March 17th.

Mayor Bert Steinmann is pleased to announce the reopening of the Bulk Waste Convenience Center at 136 Scotch Road beginning on Friday, March 17th.

Bulk Waste Convenience CenterThe site will close in mid-November. 

Hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 7:30 am – 2:30 pm (closed for lunch from 11:30 am -12:30 pm).  A Pass/ Bulk Drop-Off Validation Card is required to use the facility.  Residents need to sign up for this year's passes at the reception desk located on the upper level of the municipal building entrance.  . 

We offer the following reminder of the bulk waste drop-off procedures:

Each Ewing address is entitled to 12 NO FEE drop-off visits to the facility per year.


Each household user who wishes to use the facility must obtain their own Bulk Drop-Off Validation Card from our Community Pass system every year. This will require advance sign up beginning March 17th at the Municipal Building, Upper Level, at the main entrance desk.

A photo ID is required to complete your card registration.

To save some time, you may choose to register each household user in Community Pass online in advance. However, an in-person visit to have your picture taken and receive your card is required to complete the registration.

All households are restricted to 12 visits to the facility annually. The validation cards may not be recharged for more visits, and you cannot purchase more visits for your cards. Card use is not transferable and bulk waste generated from outside Ewing Township is not permitted.


Convenience Center privileges are limited to legal residents of Ewing Township only. The following groups are excluded from the Convenience Center: commercial entities, County, State of Federal governments, and non-residents of the Township living in student dormitories and/or housing located on the campus of The College of New Jersey. Contractors are not allowed. Materials may not be dropped off in vehicles with commercial plates.

Each separate trip to the Convenience Center shall constitute a separate drop-off for purposes of calculating each resident's twelve residential bulk waste drop-offs, even if occurring on the same day.  

Quantity and size limitations

  • One car, SUV or standard pickup truck bed filled with materials constitutes one drop-off.
  • One utility trailer filled with materials constitutes one drop-off.
  • Overage (2 drop-offs) - if the materials rise more than 2 feet above the bed of the truck or trailer.

 Utility Trailer restrictions

  •  Maximum of 6 x 8 in size.
  • Not enclosed
  • Must be towed by a car or SUV, no pickups.  

Acceptable Items

  • Large household waste & materials
  • Windows with glass removed.
  • Furniture and lamps
  • Toilets and fixtures
  • Boxes and wood debris
  • Small amounts of sheetrock, wood, and flooring
  • Small appliances

For full details see Executive Order 2A.