Freecycilng events take place twice a year - Spring and Fall.
Spring 2017 Freecycling has been canceled
Next Freecycling day - Fall 2017
Volunteers needed! We will need help setup (starting at 8am), direct traffic and help people during the event (9am-2pm) and cleanup (2pm-3pm). More information will be posted before the next Freecycling event.
What is FREECYCLING?
It is an opportunity to donate and recycle things you no longer need. But that's only the half of it. The best part is that you can take away anything else you want that someone else left there. It's a big trading event and it's all FREE! It's a way for all of us to find something we need and keep as much stuff out of our landfill as possible in a fun way. A vendor will take away clothing and other items that will remain at the end of the day to be reused. Other items will be sorted to be recycled or dispose off. Our aim is to have as little trash as possible - please bring usable items only.
Freecycling day is a community event for people to exchange usable items for personal use, not for resale
Items not taken or reclaimed by owner will be donated or recycled at the end of the day.
What to bring: Cloths and Shoes, Bags, Sports equipment, Toys, House decorations, Bicycles, Kitchen supplies, Small appliances, Tools, etc.
WE WILL ACCEPT USABLE ITEMS ONLY.
Do not bring: mattresses, televisions, large furniture, computers, printers, old electronic equipment, computer monitors, paints, VHS tapes, batteries, tires, computer disks, pesticides, tires, toiletries, cosmetics, unframed mirrors, food, or any hazardous material.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ITEMS
East Brunswick Freecylcing Days are Sponsored by:
East Brunswick Division of Recreation, Parks and community Services
Freecyling in the news:
Previous Freecyling events:
Freecyling Day, October 8 15, 2016
Crystal Springs Parking lot
The event was cancelled on the 8th due to the weather and was held on the 15th. 410 cars stopped by to drop off and pick up items.
Freecycling Day, May 1, 2016
Cancelled due to rain
Freecycling Day, October 25, 2015
An estimated 12-15 tons of items exchanged days at the event. A total of 181 car stopped to dropped off and pick up stuff. Over 90% of what was left at the end of the day was taken for recycling. Clothes, Shoes and toys were picked up to be re-distributed.
Hundreds of cars stopped by and an estimated 30 tons of items were freecycled.
Thanks to everyone who made Freecylcing a great success. Special thanks to EB Youth Council students and R.MOR Enterprises Inc. who took the remaining items to be recycled. Over during the day!