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St. Landry Parish Solid Waste Disposal District provides residential and commercial solid waste collection and disposal, as well as operation of the St. Landry Parish Landfill and Recycling Centers.

St. Landry Parish Solid Waste Disposal District has a current contract with Waste Connections to provide garbage pick up to residents in St. Landry Parish.

"The St. Landry Parish Solid Waste Disposal District is an equal opportunity provider and employer"

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St. Landry Parish Solid Waste 2019 Hazardous Household Waste Day

October 09, 2019

St. Landry Parish Solid Waste Disposal District 

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY

Saturday, November 2, 2019

ST. LANDRY PARISH RECYCLING CENTERS

OPELOUSAS- 2717 W LANDRY ST.

8:00 AM- 12:00 PM

EUNICE- 450 N. C. C. DUSON ST.

8:30 AM- 12:00 PM

Open to all residents of St. Landry Parish

Participants must show proof of residency

(Driver's license, water bill, etc.)

Accepting Paints- Automobile Batteries- Motor Oil- Antifreeze- Household Cleaners- Household Chemicals- Pesticides- Flammables- Corrosives- Medications- Tires(Limit 5 Per Vehicle)- Flurescent Tubes and Bulbs- Other Hazardous Household Products- Electronic Waste (Computers, Monitors, Printers, Scanners, Etc.) Cell Phones and...

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'Tis the season

'Tis the season

December 01, 2019

'Tis the season of holidays— days for family, days for good cheer. Days for remembering, celebrating, gift-giving, and merry-making.

The holidays are rife with traditions, many of them decades— even centuries— old. Traditions are a link to the past.  Tradition means “handed down from one generation to the next.” Traditions remind us that we are not isolated individuals, we do not live in a vacuum; we are part of history, part of culture, part of a family.  The holidays themselves are a way of remembering the past, commemorating important events —days set apart for a special purpose. 

Our holidays, and our holiday traditions, are dear to us. But where do our holidays and traditions come from? 

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