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New Bulk Pick-up guidelines start next month!

Residents may request a pick-up through the South Toms River smartphone application or call Borough Hall at 732.349.0403 (Municipal Clerk’s Office). Requests must be at-least a week before the scheduled date. Bulk Pick-up will be on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

 Recycling Information Packet 

As a community, we all must be committed to protecting and improving the environment by recycling commonly used materials. The Borough recycles not only because it is sound policy, easy to do, and helps the environment, but also because it reduces disposal cost and demonstrates South Toms River’s commitment to sustainable practices. Please review the RECYCLING INFORMATION PACKET materials explaining how to take care of your recycling container, in addition to what is allowed to be placed into your recycling container. Your recycling will continue to be picked up on the normal recycling schedule.

 

The Borough of South Toms River Launches Recycle Coach

South Toms River – For residents looking to reduce their household waste and become better recyclers, look no further than the Recycle Coach platform—now available in South Toms River.

Residents can access Recycle Coach from their desktop computers, mobile devices, or through digital assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Home. By leveraging the power of voice technology, the platform makes it easy for people to get local disposal information for thousands of household items when they need it. And the best part: it’s absolutely free.

With Recycle Coach, residents can:

  • Stay organized with custom curbside collection and events calendars
  • Receive collection reminders and real-time updates on service disruptions
  • Become recycling experts with a comprehensive “What Goes Where?” search tool, including local disposal information and collection requirements for common and uncommon items
  • Take the “What Type of Recycler Are You?” quiz for useful recycling tips and tricks
  • Use the problem-reporting tool, equipped with geolocation, to notify municipal customer services about issues like missed collections

The service takes the guesswork out of recycling, empowering residents to make smarter disposal decisions and take an active approach to reducing household waste. For South Toms River, this can help increase recycling rates and decrease contamination in the community’s recycling stream.

 

About Recycle Coach

Recycle Coach is a technology company with deep roots in public and private waste management services. It develops a comprehensive digital solution that optimizes collection, waste, and recycling programs. Recycle Coach connects residents with local disposal information on desktop, mobile, or through digital assistants. Serving over 3,000 communities across the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, Recycle Coach strives to make the world a greener place by making it easier for people to practice waste mindfulness.

WHAT’S YOUR GARBAGE DISTRICT?

 

Garbage Section Description 

1ST DISTRICT

Ardmore Ave, Belmont Dr, Center Street, Charles Ave, Deauville Ave, Dover Rd (east of GSP), Edgemont Terrace, Flint Rd, Green Ridge Dr, Lakeview Dr, Magnolia Ave, Mil St, Red Maple Ct, So. Main St, Sudsbury Rd, Wiley Way, Worth St

2ND DISTRICT

Adelphi Rd, Albright Ave, Alfred Rd, Amherst Rd, Annapolis Ct, Annapolis Rd, Baylor St, Brandies Court, Citadel Ave, Citadel Ct, Colby St, Colgate Dr, Cornell Rd, Double Trouble Rd, Dover Rd (west of GSP), Fairway Dr

3RD DISTRICT

Applegate AVe, Attison Ave, Chamberlain St, Dartmouth Dr, Dittmar Dr, DArake Lane, Drew Lane, Duke Drive, Easy St, Elm St, Hummel Dr, Long Dr, Troll Ct

 

TRASH PICKUP NOTES

Trash cans must be placed out the night before scheduled trash pick-up and must be taken in the evening of the scheduled trash pick-up day

1st and 3rd District Trash Pick-up – Every Tuesday (except holidays)

2nd District Trash pick-up – Every Thursday (except on holidays)

BULK TRASH – SEE CALENDAR PRINT-OUT FOR DATES

Wood, sheet rock, 2×4’s, etc, must be tied up in bundles no longer than three (3) feet long and all nails removed. Bundles must be manageable. NO CONTRACTOR DEBRIS WILL BE PICKED UP

 

WHAT & HOW TO RECYCLE

See here for a printout of Acceptable & Unacceptable Recycling material

Single Stream Recycling

  1. Plastic Bottles
  2. Cans-aluminum, steel, tin & empty aerosol cans
  3. Glass bottles, jars, containers – empty and rinse bottles & put all caps, lids & pumps in regular trash
  4. Corrugated cardboard boxes, clean cardboard pizza boxes,
  5. Mixed paper – magazines, junk mail, office & computer paper, newspapers, brown paper bags, etc

All can be placed in the SAME TRASH CAN. Trash can must have handle.

OTHER RECYCLABLES

Tires must have rims removed. Put the rims out on trash day. You must purchase a sticker for $2.00 at the Boro Hall for each tire. Tires must not have holes, cuts or slashes in them.

Brush must be bundled with rope or cord and no longer than three (3) feet long. Brush must not be bigger than three (3) inches in diameter. Put brush out on your trash day.

Leaves – See leaf pickup schedule

Bulk Metal – Put our on trash day (water heaters)

Washer/Dryer – Recyling

Refrigerators and Air conditioners – purchase a sticker for $20.00 at Boro Hall (Freon removal fee) Doors and shelves must be removed.

 

 

2014 Document Shredding Program 

 

 

 

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  • 9 Pairs Per Order
  • You will receive a random pull of sizes 
  • These specific boots are no longer sold on Toms.com however the closest style boots we could find are called the “Makenna” and retail for $130 per pair on Toms.com, therefore we are estimating that these boots have a similar retail. 
  • Estimated total retail:  $1,170!  You’re saving OVER 80% off retail!
  • ****Shipping is free inside the USA, however you will receive free shipping on the SHOES ONLY.   We will NOT be shipping you shoe boxes because we did not receive any shoe boxes with these shoes.  BUT here’s a blog post we wrote: How to Store and Ship Shoes without Boxes
  • Sizes: WOMENS
  • These are Liquidations and Overstocks from TOMS
  • What Liquidations means:
  • Most are brand new and perfect
  • NO CLEARANCE STICKERS!
  • Sometimes the bottom of the shoe needs to be wiped with a Clorox wipe because people they can get dirty / dusty
  • Occasionally there could be a small scratch or scuff or other damage from the merchandise being shipped to us, or from us shipping it to you.  We did not notice any. but it is always possible. 

 

 

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Socially minded entrepreneurs have recently started favoring a “buy one, give one” business model: a customer buys your product, and you donate an equivalent item to someone in need. Warby Parker and Kno Clothing do it, but Toms, a shoe company founded in 2006, pioneered it. For every pair of shoes that Toms sells, it donates a pair to children in a developing country, such as Malawi, Haiti, or Peru. It also sells and donates eyewear, in partnership with the Seva Foundation. Last month, the company announced that it will start selling coffee, which isn’t a great match for this model: caffeine deprivation is not high on the list of difficulties faced by people in the developing world. Instead, the company’s coffee sales will fund projects to supply clean water in developing regions. For this work, Toms will partner with the nonprofit Water for People. Coffee dehydrates, but water nourishes.

Toms was founded by Blake Mycoskie, a thirty-seven-year-old serial entrepreneur and a former contestant on “The Amazing Race.” The idea to branch out into coffee came to him during a trip to Rwanda, where he visited coffee farmers. Processing coffee beans requires an abundance of water, yet in many communities surrounding these farms families lacked access to water that is safe for drinking and cleaning. “That was the ‘aha’ moment for me,” Mycoskie said. To that end, in March, Toms launched its Toms Roasting Company.

Critics such as Valeria Budinich, one of the leaders of Ashoka, a nonprofit that advises companies on social responsibility, have noted that Toms’s product donations do little to address the root causes of poverty. Giving children shoes may enable them to attend school, but those children may still go hungry at night. Some have argued that Toms’s donations may actually cause harm, by reducing demand for locally produced goods. If Toms gives free shoes to people in Ghana, could that kill off local shoe stores? Adriana Herrera, the founder of the social enterprise Fashioning Change, has argued that Toms’s business model depends on the continued existence of recipients who cannot afford its products; in other words, it requires the persistence of poverty. Though Toms has opened factories in some of the countries in which it donates, including Haiti and Ethiopia, the bulk of its products are manufactured elsewhere.

By contrast, Toms’s coffee venture does not involve product donations. Instead, it links consumers’ purchases to the development of basic infrastructure—an effort, in part, to address some of the pitfalls of the company’s existing social-enterprise strategy. When I described the venture to Budinich, she told me, “That sounds like a better model. It’s much easier to make happen at scale, and, my God, the need cannot be more basic.”

Whatever its drawbacks, the buy-one-give-one model is simple to understand, and thus brilliant marketing. Its value may diminish as other companies copy the strategy, as pointed out in an article published by Christopher Marquis and Andrew Park in Stanford Social Innovation Review. But it works for now. Whether the model can support companies’ ambitions for growth is another matter, however. Mycoskie told me that he aims not just to offer more products under the Toms umbrella but to eventually expand into services such as hotels and banking—in other words, to become a Virgin Group with a social-responsibility bent. He envisions that branching out into services would allow Toms to address social issues more broadly: for instance, proceeds from a hotel could fund efforts to support the homeless.

By contrast, the buy-one-give-one model only works with a select list of products. A product can’t be too expensive, “and it works best if it’s identity oriented: it tells something about them as a person that makes them feel connected to the social mission of the company,” Marquis, a professor at Harvard Business School, told me. Many of the buy-one-give-one companies he and Park studied, for instance, sell apparel: shoes, baby clothes, backpacks. By buying and wearing these products, customers can readily display their loyalty to a cause.

Toms has given away more than ten million pairs of shoes, its original product, and it is on track to give away an additional ten million by the end of next year. Last year, the company’s sales reached an estimated two hundred and ten million dollars, according to the research firm PrivCo. The eyewear retailer Warby Parker, founded in 2010, has given away more than five hundred thousand pairs of glasses, and its sales hit nearly twenty-four million dollars last year, according to PrivCo. (UPDATE: A spokeswoman for Warby Parker said that PrivCo’s estimate of its sales is inaccurate.) But so far, the two companies are outliers in the “buy one, give one” category; few of their peers have matched their success.

Warby Parker’s social mission has been less integral to its growth than Toms’s has to its. In its marketing, Warby Parker emphasizes style and price much more than its buy-one-give-one model. Most of the numerous press mentions of Warby Parker have focussed on its potential to challenge Luxottica, the parent company of LensCrafters and Pearle Vision.

Toms’s brand, on the other hand, is closely tied to its social-enterprise model. Though its alpargata-inspired slip-ons have become trendy enough to inspire a knockoff by Skechers, the shoes themselves are rarely the focus of buzz. Some customers have confessed they buy Toms products to support its mission, not necessarily because they love its style. This doesn’t bother Mycoskie. The company’s emphasis on social impact above its products’ attributes is intentional, he told me. “Our mission is exactly what we want the focus to be on,” he said. That mission, as James Poulos noted in a Forbes column, also protects the company from falling victim to fickle tastes or bad manufacturing; its products are, to some degree, beside the point.

But that model may not be enough for Toms to make the large-scale impact that Mycoskie envisions. Lately, Budinich told me, companies have begun to embrace a more sophisticated form of social impact. For instance, rather than simply donating funds or partnering with nonprofits, they are integrating social enterprise into their supply chains. She cited the example of Danone’s Ecosystem Fund, in which the company sources milk from small farmers. Meeting that ideal requires scale that few social enterprises have.

Through its expansion, Toms is certainly on the path to building that scale. Moving away from its distinctive approach to giving carries significant risk, however. Consumers are often less aware of the impact of more conventionally philanthropic companies, Marquis told me. “Think about some companies: Ben & Jerry’s, Newman’s Own,” he said. “You ask consumers why they are good, and they can’t tell you.” If so, Mycoskie may have to work hard to convince customers that they should buy coffee from Toms instead of from Starbucks.

Above: Blake Mycoskie. Photograph by Glenn Chapman/AFP/Getty.

Where to Buy Zero Waste, Bulk Food in New Jersey — Litterless

Asbury Park

-Unwrapped: Bulk home and personal care products including home and personal care products such as shampoo, conditioner, lotion, face cream, soaps for face and body; laundry powder and liquid, dishwasher pods, hand soap, dish soap, all-purpose cleaners; pet shampoo and conditioner; oral care products such as tooth tablets, toothbrushes, dental floss, and inter-dental brushes; and low- or no-waste alternatives to single-use plastics.

Bayonne

-John’s Natural Foods: Per a reader submission, this spot sells bulk grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, candied fruit, herbs, spices, teas, and more, plus some DIY items such as bentonite clay and beeswax.

Cherry Hill

-MOM’s Organic Market: Bulk grains, baking supplies, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, snacks, pastas, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, nut butters, honey, and more. They also offer a range of zero waste lifestyle products, including reusable cutlery sets, food storage containers, cleaning supplies and bulk cleaning products, and home compost bins.

Delaware

-Marshall’s Farm Market: Per a reader submission, they have bulk nuts and nut butters, pickles, sausages and bacon, and baked goods.

Denville

-Grassroots Natural Market: Bulk dry goods, including lots of organic options.

Jersey City

-Plant Base: Bulk grains, pastas, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, and more.

Lawrence

-Greener-Kinder-Smarter, The “Know” Waste Store: Bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, beans, cocoa powder, olive oil, avocado oil, agave syrup, witch hazel, laundry soap, all-purpose cleaner, Castile soap, and more.

Maplewood

-Dry Goods Refillery: Bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, cereal, pastas, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruits, sweets, herbs, spices, loose-leaf teas, cooking oils and vinegars, honey, maple syrup, and more. They also sell jars, containers and cotton bags, but BYOC is encouraged! You can find a more complete and current list of their product offerings here.
-Good Bottle Refill Shop: This refill store carries a large selection of bulk personal care products (like soaps, shampoos, conditioner, lotions, body oils, toothpaste tabs, and more), and household cleaning supplies (all-purpose cleaning spray, Castile soap, dishwasher powder, dishwashing soap, and more). You can find a more complete list of their product offerings here. Located in the same storefront as Dry Goods Refillery above.

Morristown

-Zero to 180 Market: Bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, beans and lentils, nuts and seeds, pastas, dried fruit, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, as well as bulk liquids like oils, apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, honey, extracts, and more. Bulk wellness products such as moisturizer, skin toner, shower gel, pet shampoo, laundry paper, bar soaps, hair bars and women’s health products, and bulk household items such as dish soap, countertop cleaner, bathroom cleaner and floor cleaner.

New Brunswick

-George Street Co-op: Features bulk dry goods, such as flour, sweeteners, baking supplies, whole and milled grains, beans, legumes, lentils, nuts, seeds, trail mix, snacks, granola, and more.

Newton

-Sussex Country Food Co-op: Stock up on all manner of bulk dry goods: grains, beans, nuts, snacks, herbs, spices, and more.

North Bergen

-Organic Good Market: Bulk shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face masks, laundry detergent, household cleaner, and more.

Ocean Township

-Dean’s Natural Food Market: Bulk grains, beans, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruit, popcorn, coffee, freshly ground nut butter, salad bar, juice bar, and more.

Princeton

-Whole Earth Center: Shop for package-free grains, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, baking supplies, granola, dried fruit and dates, snacks, popcorn, candy, tea, coffee, herbs, spices, peanut butter, honey, molasses, maple syrup, cooking oils, and more.

Red Bank

-Currant General Store: Bulk dish detergent, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.

Rio Grande

-Green Street Market: Bar soaps.

Spring Lake Heights

-Nature’s Corner Natural Market: Bulk grains, beans, nuts, seeds, cereals, trail mixes, snacks, and more.

Summit

-Sustainable Haus Mercantile: Refill shop for low-waste home goods, including bulk shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, hand soap, deodorant, refillable make-up, bar soap, laundry detergents, cleaners, dishwashing soap and detergent,and more, plus low-waste tools like cleaning cloths and more. They also offer low-cost dish rentals for zero waste events. They sell at local farmers’ markets and their brick-and-mortar store in Summit.

The best cheap earbuds in 2021

The best cheap earbuds are your most affordable route into low-bulk, high-performance personal audio. Well, high-performance within reason — the absolute best wireless earbuds, these are not — but you might still be surprised at the quality you can find for a tiny outlay.

What’s more, the usual wired earbud fare is finally being joined by some truly cheap wireless earbuds, so the variety on offer is improving all the time. You’ll still need to take care to avoid the sub-par headphones that can plague the budget end of the market, but with this guide to the best cheap headphones, finding a genuinely good pair is as easing as reading onwards.

What are the best cheap earbuds?

Based on our testing, we rate the Sol Republic Jax as the best cheap earbuds available right now. Its mixture of powerful audio and practicality via tangle-free cable with inline remote makes them an undeniably smart purchase. The numerous color options and modest price tag are also extra incentives to buy in bulk.

In second place is the Skullcandy Dime, something of a trend-setter: it’s a pair of true wireless earbuds at a truly rock-bottom price. Some corners have been cut to get it this cheap, but with good sound quality and even water resistance, the Dime is a fine bargain indeed.

A classic that has been featured in many of our roundups, the Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120-K remains a trusty option for its amazing comfort and surprisingly good sound reproduction. There isn’t a better pair of earbuds out there priced under $10. 

The best cheap earbuds you can buy today

(Image credit: Sol Republic)

1. Sol Republic Jax

The best cheap earbuds overall

Size: 5 x 1.5 x 0.5 inches | Weight: 0.64 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

Powerful sonics

The best in-line remote in the category

Minimal leakage

Fun, vibrant colors

Certain songs can sound too bass-heavy

Budget earbuds with prominent bass are a rare find, and Sol Republic has you covered with what we consider the best cheap earbuds in general: the Jax. These minimalist buds are powered by the company’s i2 Sound Engine, which feeds your ear drums with lots of boom and doesn’t distort sound, though the low end can become a bit overzealous on boomy hip-hop tracks.  You’ll also get some great noise isolation out of these buds as the tips create a tight seal to block out external sounds.

Sol Republic’s plastic design may feel flimsy, and the cable has a tendency of getting in the way when walking, but those are minor complaints in the grander scheme of things. The Jax’s sound, style, and serviceability are enough to win you over. Trust us, you’ll want to add two pairs to your shopping cart ASAP.

(Image credit: Regan Coule/Future)

2. Skullcandy Dime

The best cheap earbuds without wires

Size: 1 x 1 x 0.4 inches | Weight: Not stated | Control Module: Touch controls on earbuds | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: Yes

Superb sound for the price

Water resistance

Compact, trendy charging case

Secure fit

No app

Impractical controls

Short battery life

True wireless earbuds for less than $30? And good ones at that? Yes, the Skullcandy Dime is one of the most pleasant surprises around for earbud shoppers on tight budgets. Coming tucked into a charging case that’s small enough to pass for a car key fob, the Dime quickly earned a place on this list with its impressive sound quality and robust build.

Thanks to IPX4-rated water resistance and a secure fit, it’s even a respectable pick for running and workouts. Beware the low battery life, however: you’ll struggle to get even four hours of playback per charge, though you can extend this on the go with that compact charging case.

Read our full Skullcandy Dime review.

(Image credit: Panasonic)

3. Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120-K

The best cheap earbuds for value

Size: 1.9 x 1.8 x 1.9 inches | Weight: 0.1 ounces | Control Module: Yes (optional) | Microphone: Yes (optional) | Water Resistant: No

Dynamic sound

Outstanding comfort and fit

Available in multiple colors

Unbeatable price

Wires are fragile

They might look like something that you would find behind the glass countertop at your local grocery store, but Panasonic’s tiny in-ears have been considered the best bang-for-the-buck deal for the past several years. The ErgoFit earbuds deliver crisp highs, warm mids, and deep lows despite their low price. Compared to other earbuds in their price range, the ErgoFit produces cleaner audio; the soundstage lends itself well to modern music genres like alternative rock, EDM, and hip hop.

Even better, they conform to the shape of your ear canal, creating a snug, but comfortable fit for those long jam sessions. Those who love to accessorize their headphones with their outfits will find a variety of colors, which should appeal to the fashion-conscious. You’re looking at 15 bold shades in total. Panasonic also sells the ErgoFit with or without a built-in mic, though the latter is preferable since it grants you the ability to answer calls.

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4. 1More Piston Fit

The best-sounding cheap earbuds

Size: 1 x 1 x 1 inches | Weight: 0.48 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

Sturdy, upscale design

Wide range of sound

Noteworthy fit

Decent call quality

Subpar noise isolation

The Piston Fit is the perfect example of how to create premium-looking earbuds for dirt cheap. 1More kitted these in-ear monitors with an aluminum alloy body and “Kevlar core cable” that’s designed to withstand the daily abuse you’ll put it through for months to come. As attractive as they look, the buds’ greatest attribute is its sound quality, which is remarkable for the price. You’ll enjoy clear, spacious audio that lets lows, mids, and highs breathe over orchestral recordings. Stereo separation is also impressive, making these buds ideal for mobile gaming and YouTube binging. 

The earphones come with three sets of extra tips to establish a customized fit. 1More sells the Piston Fit in four striking colors, too: Pink, Space Gray, Steel, and Teal. We do wish the buds came with volume controls and had more modern features, but even with these shortcomings, they stand out as one of the best cheap earbuds that chump change can buy.

(Image credit: Brainwavz)

5. Brainwavz Delta

Awesome sound for the price

Size: 6.50 x 2.56 x 1.38 inches | Weight: 0.49 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

Boisterous sound

Secure ear inserts

Tangle-free cords

Not universally compatible with iOS and Android

Lows can be muddy

We reviewed the Brainwavz Delta back in 2015 and found it to be one of the best $20 deals at the time. Five years later, we’re still singing its praises, especially now it’s only $15. Inside the package comes five pairs of ear inserts to accommodate different ear canal shapes. We also love the comfort and fit these buds provide when on the move. Brainwavz’s simple, yet sleek design is fine for what it is (you shouldn’t expect premium quality at $15), and the inline remote grants you the basics for playback management: a pause/play button and a volume rocker. The cord doesn’t tangle so easily either.

Sound quality is impressive for the price point, with many songs offering up crisp vocals and mids, though bass does muddy up on songs with boomy beats. You should also know that Brainwavz sells two different versions (Android and iOS), so make sure you purchase the model that is most compatible with your smartphone before checking out.

Read our full Brainwavz Delta review.

(Image credit: House of Marley)

6. House of Marley Smile Jamaica

Big bass in an eco-friendly package

Size: 2.76 x 1.57 x 0.79 inches | Weight: 0.63 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

Full bass response

Beautiful craftsmanship for the price

Adequate in-line controls

Tangle-resistant braided cable

Mids and highs get lost on bass-heavy records

Functional, well-constructed, and capable of producing loud sonics, House of Marley’s budget earphones check off several boxes on our best cheap earbuds must-have list. Staying true to the brand’s mission statement of creating quality audio products from sustainable materials, the Smile Jamaica is made from solid African wood, which comes in different shades and gives the buds a refined look. Adding to its stout feel is a fabric cable that won’t break so easily when caught on other objects. 

HoM does a praiseworthy job with programming multiple commands (e.g. play/pause music, answer/end call, skip/forward track) into the one-button remote control. It’s just unfortunate that there is no option to manage volume. While the Smile Jamaica comes with two sets of ear tips, we would have appreciated a carrying pouch for portable convenience, especially after seeing how attractive the earbuds look in person.

(Image credit: Dilvpoetry)

7. Dilvpoetry KZ ZST Dynamic Hybrid Dual Driver In-Ear Earphones

Boom-filled sound in a brawny design

Size: 4 x 2.9 x 1.3 inches | Weight: 0.68 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

Dominant bass-forward profile

Attractive, ergonomic design

Detachable cable system

Very sturdy

Vocals are masked over boomy productions

Dilvpoetry is mostly known for their headphone amps, but it turns out the company also creates some great-sounding IEMs. The KZ ZST is exemplary of this, offering listeners quality comfort and sound reproduction. Lows have a nice boomy presence, while still allowing mids to shine on melodic recordings (e.g. jazz music). On the other hand, bass-heavy content will eclipse distinct vocals and instruments, so be mindful of this when selecting your Spotify playlists.

The buds’ ergonomic design is another bonus; it fits most ear sizes and is housed in lightweight plastic that provides great protection. Would it have been great if the casing around the buds was a bit smaller? Sure. Is it a deal-breaker? Not at all. Even though color options are limited to black and what I would describe as cosmic purple, the latter looks so fresh that you’ll consider purchasing these based on appearance alone.

(Image credit: Regan Coule/Tom’s Guide)

8. Apple EarPods (Lightning Version)

Cheap earbuds with iOS smarts

Size: 2.68 x 1.1 x 3.46 inches | Weight: 0.4 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

iOS integration

Great in-line mic

Easy-to-use controls

Requires headphone jack

Sound isn’t great

The original wired EarPods have received a bad rap for being the giveaway accessory that Apple bundles with every iPhone, but no one wants. But for $30, it’s one of the cheapest and most effective replacements for your go-to (and damaged) iPhone headphones. Apple makes using the earbuds simple with a three-button module that produces great tactility and responds instantly to commands. Most importantly, they function very well with iOS devices, allowing for seamless playback, volume, and call management, along with instant access to Siri. The built-in mic also does a great job with speech recognition, making your voice sound clear and crisp on calls or when calling on Apple’s virtual assistant to perform its endless list of tricks.

We’re also aware the EarPods have their own set of issues that can’t be hidden behind their convenient use such as their cheap build quality and weak sound performance. Using the Lightning version also limits use to Apple products, though the company still sells its 3.5 connector version to use with all other audio devices.

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9. JBL Endurance Run

The best cheap sport earbuds

Size: 3.75 x 1.37 x 6.30 inches | Weight: 0.64 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: Yes

Energetic sound

Secure-fitting design

Can be worn two ways

No volume controls

No carrying case

Great fitness headphones for under $20 may seem far-fetched, but JBL has made it a reality with these sporty wired in-ears. The Endurance Run has a driving low-end signature that feeds your ear drums loud, precise bass and doesn’t distort sound. Highs have presence (a rare trait for earbuds in this price range) with crisp delivery to hear effects and instruments clearer in recordings. Gym rats will appreciate the two-way design that allows the buds to be worn traditionally with the cable dropped down or by looping it over the ear, while enjoying the secure fit JBL’s TwistLock pieces provide. You also get five colors to choose from: Black, Blue, Red, Teal, and Yellow.

While the Endurance Run is sweatproof and won’t break if dropped onto the concreate, a storage pouch would have been appreciated to store them on the go. Also, having one button on the inline remote means JBL had to compromise on certain functions, which in this case is volume adjustment.

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10. TCL Phantom SOCL300

Surprisingly good earphones from a TV maker

Size: 3.1 x 3.1 x 1.6 inches | Weight: 0.8 ounces | Control Module: Yes | Microphone: Yes | Water Resistant: No

Audio is better than you would expect

Superb noise isolation

Eye-catching faded colors

No carrying case/pouch

Mic isn’t great for phone calls

You probably know TCL best for dominating the super-cheap HDTV market, but did you know the television manufacturer has expanded its operations into the audio space? TCL’s dirt-cheap earbuds boast the soundstage of a mid-tier pair of headphones. The warm profile does favor bass-heavy content, but also shows love to mids and highs, so the listener can enjoy the subtle nuances in recordings. Music and video content sound high quality too. We also like the oval acoustic tube design that rests on the ear without applying pressure to the concha.

Noise isolation is another standout, with the earbuds forming a gentle seal to keep music from escaping and environmental clatter from seeping in. My only complaints are the lack of carry case and poor mic, which holds the earbuds back from a higher ranking. The SOLC300 is available in four distinctive colors: Ocean Blue, Phantom Black, Sunrise Orange, and Sunrise Purple.

How to choose the best cheap earbuds for you

When shopping for the best cheap earbuds, you’re looking for models that can offer the most performance and usage at the lowest cost possible. Sure, that might be asking a lot from any pair of earbuds or headphones priced under $50, but it’s not unrealistic.

Clearly, you want earbuds that sound good. Some companies have a great track record with audio, so seek out options with reputable namesakes. You’ll also discover some hidden gems from lesser known brands, though you’ll want to do your due diligence and research their credibility (e.g. consumer feedback, expert reviews). In any case, pick a pair that matches your sound preference.

Features are another priority. The limited hardware of cheap earbuds won’t allow them to offer the advanced feature sets of premium true wireless models, but you can still get practical use out of them. You’ll want a pair with a built-in controls for playback, call management, and volume; these controls may also support modern features like Google Assistant or Siri. A microphone is also important to answer calls on the go.

Accessories like extra ear tips are a huge bonus. These factor into comfort and fit, which is essential to enjoy music when commuting or listening at home for long stretches. 

Lastly, you need to decide what media device you’ll be using these earbuds with. Those who still own an MP3 player (e.g. iPod Classic, Zune) or use an older smartphone with a headphone jack are fine. However, others with a modern Apple or Android smartphone will need to use the headphone adapter that comes bundled with their device or purchase one online that is compatible with their device.

How we test the best cheap earbuds

When creating our list of the best cheap earbuds, Tom’s Guide looks not only at price, but also design, sound quality, and ease of use. Our reviewers also test available features such as controls, mics, and digital assistant support (if applicable).

During the testing phase, each pair of headphones are worn for 2 hours at a time throughout the course of a week. We evaluate how securely they fit and noise isolation.

In terms of sound quality, we listen to many tracks across multiple music genres, including hip-hop, rock, jazz, classical, and electronic, while evaluating volume, clarity and fullness. Movies, podcasts, and video games are considered, when necessary. We also make phone calls to assess both call quality and microphone performance.

Once we complete our testing, we rate the best cheap earbuds based on our five-point system (1 = worst, 5 = best). Products that hit nearly every mark are awarded an Editors’ Choice badge.  

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Appliance Recycling Program | NJ OCE Web Site

Notice:  Recycling Program Has Reopened

The appliance recycling program has recently reopened for business!

Please note that the recycling pickups are now contactless, which means your appliance(s) will be picked up either outside or in an open garage.  We are following this procedure for the near future to ensure your safety.  Click on the icon below to schedule your next appointment.

We can help you responsibly recycle your working refrigerator and/or freezer for FREE and provide a $50 incentive. You’ll be glad to know that approximately 95% of each appliance is recycled. We safely dispose of hazardous chemicals, minimizing waste and environmental impact.

We are now expanding the eligible appliances to include removal of working room air conditioners and dehumidifiers. You will receive a $25 incentive for each unit recycled; however, the room air conditioners and/or dehumidifiers must be picked up during the same appointment as the refrigerator or freezer. See below for qualifying details.

It Just Makes Sense

Consider these important facts:

  • On average a newer refrigerator or freezer consumes 1,000 fewer kWh annually than a refrigerator or freezer manufactured before 1990. 
  • Recycling 20,000 older refrigerators or freezers results in energy savings equal to the amount of power used in approximately 1,400 homes or removing 40,000 cars from the road for one year. 
  • To date New Jersey residents have recycled over 65,000 units, which saves approximately 65,000 megawatt hours of electricity. This is enough to power 4,550 homes for an entire year.
  • Find out how much your refrigerator or freezer costs to operate. You can save up to $150 a year on energy costs.

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program is proud to be a Responsible Appliance Disposal Program Partner with the EPA.

 

Promotion Dates

This offer is valid through June 30, 2021 and is available to residential customers of Atlantic City Electric, JCP&L, PSE&G and Rockland Electric.

Rebate Levels 

For turning in your appliance(s), you will receive a $50 incentive for each qualifying refrigerator and/or freezer. You may receive a $25 incentive for a room air conditioner or dehumidifier recycled at the same time as the refrigerator/freezer pick up (up to the maximum limit of two refrigerators and/or freezers, two room air conditioners and two dehumidifiers per calendar year). The units must be working at the time of pickup. Rebate checks are mailed approximately 120 days after the pick-up. 

Eligible Equipment 

  • Refrigerators and freezers must be between 10 and 30 cubic feet in size. Room air conditioners must be removed from windows, and dehumidifiers should be drained of water.
  • All appliances must be owned by the customer and operational at the time of pick up.
  • You must provide clear and safe access to your appliance(s) for the removal team as they have to be placed either outside or in an open garage. Personnel will not risk injury, or be able to move personal effects, or otherwise modify your home (e.g., remove door or railings) to remove the unit.
  • See more details online or call the call center at 866-NJSMART. 

Bulk Appliance Recycling

Buildings with at least five dwelling units can access rebates when recycling five or more working refrigerators,freezers, room air conditioners or dehumidifiers. Visit this page for more details.

EPA’s RAD Program

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program is a proud Responsible Appliance Disposal (RAD) Program partner. Since joining RAD in 2018, NJCEP has responsibly disposed of 3,215 refrigerators, 460 freezers, 510 room air conditioners and 234 dehumidifers, which saved 24 million kWh or $3.8 million of consumer savings. 

Additional Opportunities to Save

Are you wondering what other rebates might be available?  Visit our Rebates and Promotions page.

 

Tomato seeds Seminis, Sakata, Bejo wholesale professional series packing 500 pcs and 1000 pcs

Tomatoes (indeterminate, semi-determinate and determinate) in greenhouses and film shelters are grown, as a rule, through seedlings. Seeds in branded packages are free from pathogens and pests and do not require pre-sowing preparation. They are sown dry.

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TOMATO Mini-star F1 100 pcs. 15-30 gr. Early cherry SAKATA
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TOMATO Buran F1 500 pcs. Early ripe hybrid. Fruit weight 180-230g. ENZA
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TOMATO Rally F1 500 pcs. ENZA
TOMATO Bersola F1 500 pcs. NEW, Early, midday, 140-150 g. ENZA
TOMATO Monsan F1 500 pcs.NEW, Early, midday, 150-160 g. ENZA
TOMATO Gualdino F1 500 pcs. yellow-fruited up to 250 gr. ENZA
TOMATO Sakura F1 500 pcs. cherry ENZA
TOMATO Axiom F1 500 pcs NUNHEMS
Aston F1 500 pcs. NUNHEMS
TOMATO Shannon F1 500 pcs. NUNHEMS
TOMATO Jaguar F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO. Shakira F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO Melody F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO Big Beef F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO Magnus F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO President-2 F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS

TOMATO closedgr. Zhenaros F1 500 pcs SEMINIS
TOMATO closed gr. Pink Unicum F1 1000 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO closed gr. Pandarose F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS
TOMATO closed gr. Pink Gel F1 500 pcs. SEMINIS

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Catalog of seedlings and ornamental plants

For a long time, the AgroDecor company has been successfully selling products of its own production – planting material for various decorative, fruit and berry plants. The company’s catalog contains thousands of varieties of planting raw materials, with the help of which you can plant greenery in public areas, house and summer cottages.

Our own nursery allows you to regularly expand the list of proposals and add new species and varieties of seedlings, seedlings and seeds to the catalog. The only thing that remains unchanged is the high quality and excellent survival rate of plants, a customer-oriented policy on the formation of prices, as well as convenient delivery methods.

AgroDecor produces and sells only the best varieties of domestic or foreign selection, which are distinguished by an impeccable level of quality, excellent yield or abundant flowering.Here you can easily pick up any flowers, ornamental and garden plants from the most common to exotic. A wide selection includes planting material of deciduous and coniferous trees, seedlings of shrubs and fruit trees, seedlings of perennial and annual ornamental crops. All planting material is grown by the hands of professionals who guarantee a good survival rate of raw materials, resistance to diseases and full compliance with the declared characteristics. Seedlings and seedlings must undergo strict control before shipment, which excludes the receipt of defective or non-viable plants.

You can receive the ordered seedlings and seedlings in any way – for residents of Moscow and the region, self-pickup or delivery by courier is possible, buyers from other regions receive orders by mail or can order delivery with the involvement of any transport company. Payment for the ordered material is possible by cash on delivery or online payment, with courier delivery – in cash. Complete with seedlings or seedlings, there is a complete package of necessary documentation.

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The AgroDecor company is a responsible and reliable supplier of high-quality planting raw materials, which can be purchased on favorable and comfortable terms.A wide range of seedlings and seedlings allows the company to easily provide professional gardeners and amateur gardeners with various varieties of ornamental and fruit plants at low prices in record time.

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Exhibitive onion

Salad

Consumer package 0.5 g

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10,000, 250,000, 2.5 million seeds

Onions Albion F1

Medium early, white

Consumer packaging 0.5 g

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10,000, 250,000, 2.5 million seeds

Onion Alonso F1

Medium early, storage

Consumer packaging 0.5 g

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Parade batun onion

On a feather, early

Consumer packaging 1 g

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Onion Mustang F1

Medium late

Consumer packaging 0.5 g

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Bulb onions Music F1

Ultra early

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Onion Red Baron

Early, red

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Onion Safran F1

Medium early, storage

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Carrot Nerac F1

Nantes, late

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Carrots Basel F1

Berlikum, mid-early

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Carrot Nigel F1

Medium early, storage

Consumer packaging 0.3 g

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Carrots Bulk F1

Medium early storage

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Carrot Baltimore F1

Berlikum, early

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Carrots Belgrade F1

Berlikum, mid-early

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Carrot Nectar F1

Nantes, medium early

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Newhall carrots F1

Medium early, storage

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Beetroot Ronda F1

Medium late

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Beet Wodan F1

Early

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Beetroot Bettollo F1

Medium late, 1 g

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Beet Boro F1

Medium late

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Beet Pablo F1

Medium late

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Beet Tonus F1

Medium late

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Beetroot Bikores

Medium late

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Spinach Space F1

Early

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Cucumber Alliance F1

The earliest bee-pollinated

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Medium early, bee-pollinated

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Cucumber Atlantis F1

Medium early, bee-pollinated

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Early, parthenocarpic

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Cucumber Ansor F1

Early, parthenocarpic

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Early, parthenocarpic

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Tomato Tolstoy F1

Medium early, indeterminate

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Tomato Sultan F1

Medium early , determinant

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Benito Tomato F1

For open ground

Consumer packaging 8 pcs

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Tomato Polbig F1

Early, determinant

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Tomato Polbig F1

Early, determinant Consumer packaging

80002 pcs

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Tomato Polonaise F1

Early, determinant

Consumer packaging 8 pcs

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Tomato Tomsk F1

Medium early, possible for open ground

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Tomato Torbay F1

Medium early, determinant, pink

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Tomato Torquay F1

Medium early, cylindrical

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Radish Rudolph

Ultra early

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Pepper Turbines F1

Early, for open ground and greenhouses

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Pepper Stanley F1

Medium early, for open ground and greenhouses

Consumer packaging 10 pcs

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Whitney pepper F1

Medium early

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500 seeds

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Root, mid-early

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Eagle Parsley

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Rialto Parsley

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Bronco Cabbage F1

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Late storage

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Ultra early

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Medium late

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Medium late, storage

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Medium late, storage

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White cabbage Tiara F1

Ultra early

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Kapu one hundred white cabbage Jubilee F1

Medium late, fermentation, processing

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White cabbage Megaton F1

Medium late, fermentation, processing

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Cabbage Caraflex F1

Early

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Cauliflower Skywalker F1

Medium early

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Cauliflower Stargate F1

Color, early

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Peking cabbage Manoko F1

Ultra early

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Peking cabbage Bilko F1

Medium early

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