St. John Parish Recycling

St.. John RecycleST. JOHN – The Recycling Program has been expanded in St John due to increase use of the drop-off bins located throughout the parish. The Recycling bins accept paper, plastic, and aluminum. Glass will NOT be taken at these locations. The parish has contracted with SWDI, a local garbage collector, to provide the recycling bins at the locations and will be responsible for picking up the bins on an as needed basis.

The bins at the following locations will be picked-up monthly until the need increases for additional pick-ups per month. The funding for the program is being used from the parish's Solid Waste Account.

The locations are:

  • Westside Fire Station - 3347 Hwy. 18 Edgard
  • Edgard Courthouse - 2393 Hwy 18 Edgard
  • Service Center - 492 Historic Main St. Garyville
  • Health and Human Services - 128 Central Ave Reserve
  • Percy Hebert Building - 1801 W. Airline Hwy. LaPlace
  • St. Andrews Fire Station - 1703 St. Andrews Blvd. LaPlace
  • Pleasure Bend Fire Station

Parish Recycle Yard

Our Parish recycle yard consists of 2- 30 yd dumpsters and several bins to recycle newspaper, books, motor oil, and aluminum cans. Residents can bring up to 5 tires a day to the yard. The recycle yard is opened from

 Monday – Friday 7:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday 7:00am to 3:00pm

1801 W. Airline Hwy, Laplace, LA 70068
Phone: 985-652-6765





DO Recycle:

DON'T Recycle:

It is okay for you to recycle the following:

It is NOT okay for you to recycle the following:

Catalogs & pamphlets
Junk Mail & Envelopes
Home Office Paper
     Manilla Envelopes, File Folders
Paper Bags
Boxboard (thin cardboard)
     Cereal Boxes, Shoe Boxes, Soda Cartons
Phone Books
Holiday & Greeting Cards
Dark-Colored Envelopes & Folders
Shredded Paper
Aluminum Cans
Tin & Steel Cans
Empty Aerosol Cans
Aluminum Foil
Recycable Plastic
    Water, Soda, & Juice Bottles
    Milk Jugs
    Shampoo, Conditioner, & Liquid Soap Bottles
    Detergent Bottles
    Bleach & All Purpose Cleaner Bottles
    Yogurt & Margarine Tubs
Corrugated Cardboard (except Pizza boxes)
    Cardboard must be free of contaminates, 
     such as packing materials, styrofoam, and
     plastic. They must be folded and 
Pizza Boxes
Wet, Soiled or Food-Stained Paper
Paper Towels, Facial or Toilet Tissue
Disposable Plates, Cups, & Utensils
Wrapping Paper & Gift Bags
Milk & Juice Cartons
Paint & Solvent Containers 
Scrap Metal
     Nails, Screws, Gutters
Broken Glass
Light Bulbs
Window Panes
Dishes & Cups
Ornaments & Decorations
Plastic Bags & Packaging
Microwave Trays
Motor Oil Bottles