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Lafayette Consolidated Government Announces Debris and Electronics Drop-Off Day

Spring clean and get rid of unwanted household items

Posted: Apr 8, 2021 4:03 PM
Updated: Apr 8, 2021 4:06 PM

Lafayette, LA – Lafayette Parish residents can take advantage of Lafayette Consolidated Government (LCG) and Republic Services Debris & Electronics Drop-off Day to get rid of household junk. This is a chance to dispose of items that aren’t typically picked up curbside or can’t fit into a cart.

LCG is working with electronic recycling management company MRM and television manufacturer TCL. Both will be on site collecting TVs and other electronics. LCG continues its partnership with Bike Lafayette, a nonprofit organization that collects old bikes to rebuild them. Repaired bikes will be donated to children and adults in need.

Debris & Electronics Drop-off Day

Location: UL Lafayette Cajun Field

Date: April 17, 2021

Time: 8 a.m.-noon

Accepted Items

Old tires, wood and metal, furniture, appliances, carpet and padding, and other construction debris. There is a limit of five tires per person.
Smaller waste, such as old clothes, toys, plant pots, and other items should be placed in a bag or box.
Larger items such as old bicycles, barbeque pits, and steel mounting poles for basketball backboards will also be accepted.

Not Accepting

Automotive fluids
Household chemicals
Compressed gas cylinders
Medical waste
Ammunition
Explosives
Gas-powered equipment

A complete list of acceptable items can be viewed online at https://lafayettela.gov/public-works/debris-drop

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