Collection is Saturday (March 3), celebration to follow at community center Saturday marks another year of the St. Charles Parish Trash Bash — and a milestone for it, at that. This year’s litter cleanup and […]
Parish drop-off sites available until Jan. 17 Though the practice of recycling Christmas trees has lessened statewide, 2018 marks the 32nd year St. Charles Parish has collected tree donations in order to enhance wetlands protection […]
Paint topped the list in the 75,349 pounds of items collected in this year’s Household Hazardous Materials Collection Day in St. Charles Parish, as well as marked the highest collection since 2008. […]
Though a measure to add curbside recycling to the garbage contract was shot down late last year, St. Charles Parish residents will soon be able to visit one of 10 permanent recycling bins around the area.
Recycling is still an important part of the way we handle trash in St. Charles Parish. Residents still get the opportunity to rid themselves of items they no longer need along with helping to keep the enviroment clean by bringing their recyclables to drop off points. Curbside recycling ended with Hurricane Katrina but may be resumed in the future. […]
Though curbside recycling disappeared in the parish after Hurricane Katrina, residents still have the chance to turn in recyclable materials during bi-monthly drop-off events scheduled throughout the year. […]