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Township residents occasionally request earth fill for various home projects. Both the Township and the Authority generate a stockpile of excess spoils materials from construction and repair projects, etc., and are often looking for a suitable sites to re-use it. In addition to soil, the spoils may include some rock, roots, blacktop and concrete, etc.

Requests should be submitted to the Township Zoning Officer who will review for environmental, stormwater management and other issues.  If subsequently approved by the Township Manager,  a permit will be issued defining the application and a letter sent to you.

If you would like to have fill delivered, please complete the form on the "Need Fill" hyperlink to and take it to the Zoning Officer. Delivery terms and conditions are listed on the form and are also discussed in the Public Works section of the Township website.

Thank you and good luck with your project!

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