96-gallon wheeled containers are used with the parish's semi-automated residential garbage collection. Both the garbage containers (or carts) and bagged residential trash on the ground are serviced by one truck at the same time with two hoppers on the back. The hoppers handle the containers. The current vendor for the semi-automated collection is Progressive Waste Services.
Twice-per-week garbage pickup is billed monthly via water bills.
Have large bulky waste to get rid of? Have a large amount of vegetative or other debris? Are you undertaking a renovation project? Get all your answers about the rules governing garbage pickup in St. Charles Parish, with our garbage-related frequently asked questions. Please read and adhere to these guidelines before undertaking your projects to ensure timely pickup.
All normal household wastes can be placed in the container. Cardboard boxes or bulky items should be flattened to save space.
Never place the following items in the container: Dirt, sod, rocks, concrete, large appliances, furniture, hot ashes, coals, other smoldering items, debris from construction or demolition, auto batteries, used oil and tires, paint cans, motor parts or wood.
If you experience issues with your garbage service, please use one of the following modes of contact:
- Call the St. Charles Parish Contract Monitor's Office at (985) 331-8604.
- Fill out the form online here.
- Current Public Notices Related to Residential Garbage Collection (listed here if current)
- Wednesday and Saturday from I-310 through Montz.
- Tuesday and Friday from I-310 through St. Rose.
- Monday and Thursday: Towns of Killona, Taft, Hahnville, Luling (between River Road and Highway 90), Mozella, Paradis, Des Allemands and Bayou Gauche.
- Tuesday and Friday: Luling (Willowdale, Davis Plantation, Willowridge, Lakewood West, Mimosa Park, Coronado Park), Boutte (south of Highway 90 to I-310) and Ama.