Regular Garbage and Recycling Schedule Starting on Monday November 2nd

To all of our Customers:

Thank you very much for your patience and understanding over the past 3 days. We were not able to post updates on our website due to the power and internet being down for several days. We tried out best to keep everyone updated by posting updates on Facebook. We have also tried to respond to emails as best we could from remote locations. The power, internet and phone service have been fully restored back at our office. Therefore, our office will be open as normal tomorrow morning at 8 am.

Once again, we appreciate your patience, understanding and support as we have been working very hard to get our services back to normal post Hurricane Zeta.

BACK TO REGULAR SCHEDULE FOR GARBAGE AND RECYCLING

We will be back to our regular Garbage and Recycling Schedule next week starting on Monday, November 2nd. Thank you to all of our customers for your patience and understanding over the past few days. Hurricane Zeta did cause some issues and inconveniences for many of our TEAM members as well as many of our customers across the areas that we service. On behalf of all of our TEAM members, we thank all of our customers for your patience, understanding and support as we had to make changes to our schedule the past couple of days.

As a reminder, please keep your garbage and recycling separated from your Storm Debris. Please place your carts/bins to the curb the night before service or by 5 am on day of service. Please have the handle of the cart facing your residence. Also, please remember to keep your carts/bins at least 3ft from your mailbox, vehicles, fire hydrants, cable boxes, etc.

STORM DEBRIS PICK UP

We have received numerous emails about STORM DEBRIS and when it will be collected. This is the best information that we can provide at this time.

PLEASE KEEP STORM DEBRIS SEPARATED FROM YOUR REGULAR GARBAGE AND RECYCLING.

RESIDENTS OF ST. TAMMANY PARISH – including Garbage District #1 and HOA’s.

St. Tammany Parish Department of Public Works will pick up green, vegetative, storm-related debris Friday, October, 30, 2020 and Monday, November 2, 2020. Citizens are asked to please place un-bagged, green, vegetative, storm-related debris by the roadside in the right-of-way for pick up, separate from regular garbage and recycling, by the Public Works Department. Public Works will not go onto private property so debris must be in the right-of-way. Green, vegetative debris mixed with construction and demolition debris will not be picked up. Please contact the Parish if you have any questions.

RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF SLIDELL

The City of Slidell has initiated their contract with a separate contractor that will be picking up Storm Debris/Green Waste. Coastal Environmental Services will pick up Garbage, Bagged items and recycling. Please separate your Storm Debris/Green Waste from your Garbage and recycling carts. Please contact the City of Slidell if you have any questions about Storm Debris and when you can expect for it to be picked up.

PLEASE KEEP ALL STORM DEBRIS SEPARATED FROM YOUR REGULAR GARBAGE AND RECYLCING! PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL DEBRIS PILES ARE AT LEAST 3FT FROM YOUR MAILBOX, CABLE BOXES FIRE HYDRANTS AND VEHICLES. PLEASE DO NOT PLACE YOUR DEBRIS UNDER TREES OR ELECTRICAL WIRES.

RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF MANDEVILLE

We started picking up debris in the your area on Friday. It will take several weeks to recover all debris. Please give us the next 2 weeks to totally sweep your area. Once we have completed our initial sweep of the entire area, we ask that you then start emailing or calling in the location of your debris pile. We appreciate your patience as we begin this process.

RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF COVINGTON

We started picking up storm debris in your area on Saturday. It will take several weeks to recover all debris. Please give us the next 2 weeks to totally sweep your area. Once we have completed our initial sweep of the entire area, we ask that you then start emailing or calling in the location of your debris pile. We appreciate your patience as we begin this process.

RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN OF ABITA SPRINGS

We will start picking up in your area on Wednesday. It will take several weeks to recover all debris. Please give us the next 2 weeks to totally sweep your area. Once we have completed our initial sweep of the entire area, we ask that you then start emailing or calling in the location of your debris pile. We appreciate your patience as we begin this process.

RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF PICAYUNE

We will start picking up in your area starting on Monday. It will take several weeks to recover all debris. Please give us the next 2 weeks to totally sweep your area. Once we have completed our initial sweep of the entire area – we ask that you then start emailing or  calling in the location of your debris pile. We appreciate your patience as we begin this process.

We would like to once again thank all of our customers for your patience and understanding as we put together and activate all of our post Hurricane schedules. As a reminder – we will be back on our normal schedule for Garbage Collection and Recycling starting on Monday, November 2nd. The areas where we are picking up storm debris we ask that you please be patient. We will get the debris picked up as quickly as possible.