A solid waste transfer facility is awaiting approval from Howell’s administration. This facility can significantly impact the quality of life of Howell residents as well as property values and safety.
“I don’t think it’s the best thing for Howell. Who wants to look in their backyards and see garbage from other towns?”Theresa BergerHowell Mayor
Traffic and Noise
Facility will handle over 300 waste-hauling trucks per day. What will that sound, look and smell like?
Garbage and Odor
Solid waste and construction demolition debris accepted
Safety and Environment
Facility will create dust, attract scavenger animals and lead to the degradation of our environment
"I firmly believe this is something we do not want in our community and cannot accommodate in the proposed area."
Theresa BergerHowell Mayor
A garbage dump by any other name is still a garbage dump.Jeff TittelDirector of the New Jersey Sierra Club
A solid waste transfer station belongs as far from population centers as possible - certainly not at the edge of a county, right near its neighboring county's most bustling metropolisThe Lakewood Scoop