ATTENTION CES CUSTOMERS
We resumed residential Garbage Service on Wednesday September 1st. However, our services are limited in scope. We currently only have half of our staff that is able to work due to others that evacuated for Hurricane Ida. We also have some Team Members that experienced damage to their homes and are unable to return to work at this time. We are very grateful for all of our Team Members that are able to come to work so that we could resume services! All of the areas that we service experienced some major damage. Many residents are still without electricity and could be for a couple of weeks. Our trucks will not be able to enter any streets that have downed trees or low lying power lines.
RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE SERVICE
CART CONTENT ONLY
Due to our limited staff at this time, we will only be collecting household garbage that is in the cart(s). Cart Content Only. We will not be picking up any items outside of the carts for a couple of weeks. Services will remain cart content only until further notice. Please do not put storm debris in the carts. All storm debris should be put in a separate pile at the curb. Please do not put storm debris with household garbage as it will be left down.
We resumed picking up Commercial Businesses on Thursday September 2nd. We are still short 2 of our regular commercial drivers. We will return to normal commercial schedule starting on Monday September 6th.
All Storm Debris should be put in a separate pile at the curb. You should not put storm debris in bags, including leaves. There are different Storm Debris Contractors for the Parish and the different municipalities across the area. Check the Parish and City websites for more information about when the Storm Debris will be picked up in your area.
STORM DEBRIS – City of Slidell
CES is the Storm Debris Contractor for the City of Slidell. Please be on the lookout for further updates with details about when we will start collecting Storm Debris in the City of Slidell. Please DO NOT put storm debris in bags. This includes leaves. Place all storm debris, including loose leaves in a separate pile at the curb.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd – CART CONTENT ONLY
The City of Slidell Thursday routes, City of Picayune Thursday routes, and all other Regularly scheduled Thursday routes. Please keep in mind that we will not be able to service any streets that have downed power lines or debris in the street.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd – CART CONTENT ONLY
The City of Slidell Friday routes, City of Picayune Friday routes and all other regularly scheduled Friday routes! Please keep in mind that we will not be able to service any streets that have downed power lines or debris in the street.
NEXT WEEK WE WILL BE RUNNING OUR REGULAR SCHEDULE FOR HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE! HOWEVER – IT WILL BE CART CONTENT ONLY!
RECYCLING REMAINS SUSPENDED!
The Safety of our Drivers and Helpers is one of our Top Priorities. Drivers will not be traveling any streets on their routes that have downed trees, downed power lines, or low hanging power lines. We will not be able to service those streets or areas until it is safe to do so.
OFFICE CURRENTLY CLOSED
Our Office remains closed! However we do hope to have Customer Service up and running early next week. We are only able to check emails on a limited basis.
We are very grateful that we are able to resume some services. We thank our TEAM Members that are able to make it to work so that we can resume this important service. Our TEAM members are essential and our services are essential. We greatly appreciate your patience, understanding and support! All of the communities that we serve will come back better and stronger! We are in this together!!!