Local Services

Trash, Dumping and Recycling

Recycling Schedule for the City of New Orleansimage

Link on the Times Picayune of recycling locations and dates for weekly pickup.

Recycling Information for City of New Orleansimage

The Recycling Information center on the City’s website. moreThe Frequently Asked Questions are particularly useful.You can also sign up to get your recycling bin on this site.Also you can find information about the drop-off center. less

Jefferson Parish Sanitation and Debris Servicesimage

Jefferson Parish’s Department of Environmental Affairs handles garbage and debris pickup throughout the parish.

Free Recycling Pickup

Lab Recycling is offering free recycling pickup (paper and electronics only) for the New Orleans area. moreA one-time $10 fee covers bin delivery.Pickup is once every two weeks.To sign up, email rlabrano@cox.net with your name, address, and phone number. less

SDT Waste Recycling Program Sign-Upimage

SDT Waste is beginning a weekly recycling program. moreAny area of the city can be included in the recycling program if at least 500 people in the area sign up&#46 Visit the website for more information and to sign up for the program&#46 less

New Orleans Curbside Recycling Surveyimage

The City of New Orleans is taking a survey to determine interest in curbside recycling&#46 Click the link to take the survey online.

Phoenix Recycling – Curbside Recycling Service in New Orleansimage

Phoenix Recycling offers curbside recycling twice a month for a fee of $15. moreThe service is available in Orleans and Jefferson Parish.For more information and to sign up, call 504-914-0739, e-mail phoenix.recycling@gmail.com, or visit the website. less

New Orleans Trash Collection Days (.pdf)image

Download this &#46pdf for New Orleans’ two-day collection schedule.
For more information on collection in your area call the collector directly:

In Algiers, Uptown, Central City and parts of Mid-City:
Richard’s Disposal Customer Service Center

In areas north of Esplanade and City Park avenues, and into eastern New Orleans:
Metro Disposal Customer Service Center

In the French Quarter, Warehouse District, Central Business District, Frenchman Street between Decatur and Royal streets:
SDT Waste & Debris Customer Service Center

Complaints can be directed to the city’s information line by dialing 311.

Register for New Garbage Cans in New Orleansimage

Fill out this online for to register for a new trash cart for the City of New Orleans

Recycling in New Orleans (.pdf)image

Download this directory to find out where you can recycle in the New Orleans area&#46

The Green Projectimage

The Green Project, located in New Orleans, recycles building components, materials, and paints, along with occasional supplies, furniture, appliances, or garden items. Visit the Green Project for low-cost building materials, or donate your materials for re-use.

St. Tammany Parish Debris Pickup

Call the debris hotline:
(985) 898-2323, weekdays from 8 am to 4:30 pm.
For debris along state highways, call the state Department of Transportation and Development at (985) 375-0100

Jefferson Parish Debris Pickup

Call CERES Environmental
(985) 359-3017 or
Toll free (888) 376-2220 or
Email ceres@rtconline&#46com

Orleans Parish Debris Disposalimage

Owners of properties being gutted, repaired, or constructed are now responsible for debris disposal&#46 Debris can no longer be placed curbside for pickupmore

Construction debris may be dropped off for a fee at the Gentilly C&D Landfill, 1200 Almonaster Blvd., and at the Highway 90 C&D Landfill, 5000 Highway 90 in Avondale, LA.Garbage and other waste can be disposed at the River Birch Landfill, 2000 South Kenner Road in Avondale, LA less

New Orleans Garbage Collection Informationimage

Find trash collection information, including your collection service provider, from the Sanitation Department on the City’s website&#46 For disposal of refrigerators, furniture, and other bulky waste you must contact your collection service provider directly to arrange for pickup&#46