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Community Drop-off


When & Where

The third Saturday of every month  between 8 a.m. & 12 noon.
at Louisiana Department of Insurance Office of Receivership at 6945 Florida Boulevard (on the corner of Florida and Donmoor).

Who

People who live in apartments, small businesses, and others who do not have access to the curbside recycling collection program.

Wanted ItemsThe Sort

All rigid items together: aluminum-beverage cans, foil, pie pans; cartons-milk cartons, juice boxes, detergent refills; glass-clear or colored food and drink containers; plastics-food or drink containers with #1 or #2 inside the triple arrows; tin or bimetal-food containers, pet food cans; all paper together: newspaper-including inserts; scrap paper-junk mail, white or colored paper, envelopes, catalogs and phone books; paperboard-flattened food or detergent boxes, paper egg cartons, 12 pack drink cartons; cardboard-folded and flattened corrugated cardboard (no larger than 2' x 3'). Bottles and cans should be rinsed with no food particles. Remove bottle tops; labels do not need to be removed.

ExxonMobil Exc!te LogoVolunteers at Work

Recycling Foundation personnel and ExxonMobil ExC!TE volunteers operate the community drop-off every month to supplement and enhance the curbside effort.

***No Paint, **No Hazardous Waste, **No Medical Waste and ***No Styrofoam!

Come and Help, Inc., the Baton Rouge Acadiane Lion's Club and the Louisiana School for the Deaf collect medical supplies and equipment, exercise equipment, eye glasses and hearing aids each month at the Recycle Rouge Drop-off.

Visit Household Hazardous Materials Collection for more information.