Recycling Foundation once again accepting material
Waste Pick-Up schedule for the Easter holiday
LAFAYETTE, LA (KADN) — The Recycling Foundation is once again accepting recyclable material brought by the general public after a recent fire temporarily halted the drop-off operation.
The company has used their 107 I-G lane location as public residential recycling drop-off site for many years, but the site has been shut down since March 16 when a fire engulfed the facility. A temporary fence has been erected which cordons off access to the yard and the building where the fire damage occured. Individuals not served by curbside recycling can now safely access the drop-off site and bring their recyclables as they have for years. Also, Allied Waste and the Recycling Foundation will run thier regularly scheduled garbage and recycling collection routes in Lafayette Parish and surrounding parishes on tomorrow's holiday Good Friday. The entire week following Easter Sunday all customers served by Allied Waste in Lafayette Parish may place excess garbage that does not fit in the automated garbage cart on the ground for collection. The Lafayette Consolidated Government compost facility at 400 Dugas Road will close on Good Friday, and remain closed until Monday April 1.