LCG Hosting Debris & Electronics Drop-Off Day at Cajun Field on Sat, April 17
Lafayette Consolidated Government (LCG) and Republic Services are holding a Debris and Electronics Drop-Off Day this Saturday, April 17 at Cajun Field.
From 8:00 am to 12:00 pm residents of Lafayette and unincorporated areas of Lafayette Parish will be able to dispose of items that aren't typically picked up curbside or that can't fit into a cart.
Below is a list of the items that will be accepted along with what you should not bring.
- Air Conditioners
- Bags/Containers of Trash
- Car Parts
- Construction Debris
- Home & Lawn Furniture
- Paint Cans (empty)
- Tires (limit of 5 tires per person)
- Cable Boxes
- Cellular Phones
- Desktop Copiers
- DVD Players
- Flat Panel TVs (up to 55")
- Ink Jet Cartridges
- Mice & Keyboards
- Printers, Scanners, Fax Machines
- Power Cords & Cables
- Routers, Hubs, Switches
- Toner Cartridges
- TVs (CRT TVs up to 36")
Will Not Accept
- X - NO Alkaline Batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, 9V)
- X - NO Ammunition
- X - NO Automotive Fluids
- X - NO Compressed Gas Cylinders
- X - NO Explosives
- X - NO Fluorescent Light Bulbs
- X - NO Gas Powered Equipment
- X - NO Household Chemicals
- X - NO Medical/Biohazard Waste
- X - NO Oil Waste
- X - NO Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
- X - NO Thermostats (any type)
For more information regarding Debris & Electronics Drop-Off Day, call Lafayette Consolidated Government Environmental Quality Division at 291-5637 or visit lafayettela.gov/public-works/know-before-you-throw.
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