Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

President Mike Cooper Announces Spring 2024 Recycling & Waste Drop-Off Events

President Mike Cooper has announced Keep St. Tammany Beautiful will hold two recycling and waste drop-off events this Spring

The "Green Tammany Recycling Day" will be held on March 16, from 9 a.m. to noon on Koop Drive in Mandeville. Residents can drop off batteries, glass, documents (limited to 3 copy paper-sized boxes) and rimless tires (limited to 4 per vehicle).

"These recycling events are vital as they allow our neighbors and families to safely dispose of potentially harmful waste, while protecting our environment,” said President Cooper. "Thanks to the efforts of our dedicated staff, we will hold two recycling events this spring: Green Tammany Recycling Day in March and Household Hazardous Waste Day in May. I encourage all of our citizens to look around your homes for recyclable waste for disposal.”

The Recreational Fisheries Research Institute (RFRI) sponsored the glass recycling portion of the event as part of their “Bottles to Beaches” program, which turns glass into sand for coastal protection and fish habitat enhancement.

The annual Household Hazardous Waste Day will be held in May and will accept a larger range of household hazardous waste and recyclable materials. Additional details for the Household Hazardous Waste Day will be announced in the coming months.


The cleanliness and beautification of St. Tammany Parish, is the responsibility of every citizen. What can you do to fulfill that responsibility?


Teach your children to respect their community and avoid littering at a young age.


Volunteer. Participate in a clean-up day.


Know the law. Learn what constitutes litter. It is more than candy wrappers thrown from car windows.


St. Tammany Parish is committed to sustainability through initiatives like Keep St. Tammany Beautiful, the implementation of green energy throughout our Parish-owned facilities, daily litter abatement crews, the publication of our Green Guide, weatherization assistance programs, elevated water quality standards, and Household Hazardous Waste Days.