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The Iberville Parish Sanitation & Solid Waste Department provides residential solid waste collection and disposal, residential collection of large debris, trees, appliances, and more – as well as operation of three (3) recycling centers located throughout the parish.

Iberville Parish Sanitation Department has a contract with Progressive Waste to provide garbage pick up to residents in Iberville Parish and a contract with Republic Services solely for residential recycling collection and disposal.

The Iberville Parish Sanitation & Solid Waste Department is also responsible for conducting the annual parish-wide clean-up. Along, with cleanup and maintaining of Bayou Plaquemine and Bayou Grosse Tete waterways.

Brandon Mellieon_SQ

Dept. Director Brandon Mellieon

  • (225) 692-3844

Additional Info

  • Coordinates and provides for residential trash collection through a contract with Progressive Waste.
  • Progressive Waste Boom Truck collects large items, tree limbs, limber, bicycle, lawnmowers, and concrete debris.
  • Provides trash and litter collection via inmate labor from Hunt's Correctional Institute.  This crew works four days a week.
  • Provides trash and litter collection, performed by Iberville Parish Jail trustees, at parish boat ramps and other public facilities and helps the elderly with trash problems.
  • Parish-owned Boom Truck is used to help clean up construction debris at homes and large trash items on public property.
  • Conducts the annual parish-wide clean up.
  • Cleans up and maintains Bayou Plaquemine and Bayou Grosse Tete waterways.

Residential garbage is collected weekly. Garbage should be placed by the road in a sturdy garbage can. Trash pick up does not run on New Years Day, Mardi Gras, Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas Day. Trash pick up will resume the following day.

Garbage Collection Route Map

  • Monday
    Maringouin, Rosedale, and Grosse Tete. From Highway 77 to Highway 1, and from Bayou Jacob Road to Highway 1148.
  • Tuesday
    Enterprise to Intracoastal Road and everything south of Belleview Road (Highway 75), at Enterprise Boulevard, to include Tenant Road (east side of Highway 1), from Bellview Road (going south to 5th Avenue). All of Bayou Sorrel and Bayou Pigeon.
  • Wednesday
    North side of Belleview Road at Enterprise to Bayou Plaquemine and east side of LA 1 to the West Baton Rouge Parish line.
  • Thursday
    Bayou Goula, 5th Ave to the Ascension Parish line, including all of White Castle.
  • Friday
    St. Gabriel, Sunshine, and Carville.

The Boom Truck Collection Service was added in order to better serve the residents of Iberville Parish and keep the Parish clean. It is in addition to the Progressive Waste Boom Truck and Residential Collection service already being provided to residents. Residential Boom Truck service is provided twice per month.

Boom Truck Collection Route Map

  • Monday
    Maringouin, Rosedale, Grosse Tete, Bayou Jacob Road to Highway 1148, and west of Highway 1.
  • Tuesday
    West of Enterprise Blvd to Intracoastal Road and south of Belleview Road. at Enterprise Boulevard to Pierce Road (including Tenant Road).
  • Wednesday
    East of Enterprise Boulevard to Highway 405 and everything from Belleview Road to Bayou Road and east of Highway 1, from Belleview Road to Woodlawn Road (Highway 1148).
  • Thursday
    From Pierce Road, including all of Bayou Goula and all of White Castle.
  • Friday
    Sunshine, St. Gabriel, and Carville.

Collection Guidelines:

  • Brush should be placed in front of your home as close to the roadway as possible. Limbs removed from a tree by a contractor hired by the homeowner will not be picked up. Disposal is the contractor's responsibility.
  • No demolition, renovation, or construction debris will be collected. Disposal of materials is the contractor's responsibility.
  • Service will be provided to homeowners for lumber, tree limbs, branches, and other tree parts, such as tree trunks not exceeding 8 feet in length.
  • Individual lumber, limbs, branches or other tree parts put out for collection must not exceed 1000 pounds.
  • Service will be provided for other trash such as bicycles, lawn mowers (free of gas and oil) and metal fencing not exceeding 8 feet in length or 1000 pounds in weight.
  • No automobile, truck engines or tires will be picked up.
  • No concrete or bricks will be picked up.
  • No shingles or roofing debris.
  • No service will be provided on vacant lots.
  • No hazardous material, such as paint, oil or batteries, will be picked up.
  • Debris should be put out at the curb the night before your collection day.
Now is the perfect time to get your family into recycling.  It's easy and helps cut down the waste going to our landfills. We will all enjoy the satisfaction of making our environment a better place to live.
  • Remove all food and liquid from the bottles or cans.
  • Rinse bottles or cans. You can leave the labels on!
  • Bring to nearest recycle drop off location.

Iberville Parish has a contract with Republic Services solely for residential waste collection and disposal. All recycling guidelines apply to new construction, demolition, and/or renovations.

Where to Drop-Off Recycling: 

  • North Iberville Area
    Grosse Tete Fire Station
    22855 LA-386, Grosse Tete, LA 70740
    Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Plaquemine Area
    C.M. Mike Zito Center
    61755 Bayou Rd, Plaquemine, LA 70764
    Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • East Iberville Area #2
    St. Gabriel Recycle Site
    3515 LA-75, St Gabriel, LA 70776
    Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - Noon
  • Glass
    Clear or colored food or drink bottles, food jars (empty and rinse), wine bottles (remove top, cork and foil, rinse).
  • Metal
    Steel, tin or aluminum food or drink cans. Pet food cans (empty and rinse)
  • Cartons
    Juice, milk, or cream boxes and cartons (rinse), cereal and cracker boxes, (remove liners).
  • Plastics
    Any container marked #1 through #7 on the bottom, inside the triangular shaped recycling symbol. Beverage bottles, food containers (rinse), detergent bottles, shampoo bottles, prescription bottles, baby wipe containers, household cleaner and bleach bottles (empty and rinse), flower pots, buckets (5-gallon or less, remove metal handles).
  • Paper
    Junk mail, coupons, white or colored paper, gift wrap, envelopes, paper grocery bags, shopping bags (remove handles), catalogs, magazines, newspapers and inserts, (remove rubber bands and plastic bags - do not tie up newspapers), paperback books, telephone books, shredded paper).
  • Cardboard
    Corrugated and paperboard boxes, 6, 12, and 24-pack drink cartons (flattened), paper egg cartons, and shoe boxes. (Flatten boxes and place in cart or on ground next to cart).
  • Glass
    Window glass, mirrors, light bulbs, broken glass, drinking glasses, ceramics, or Pyrex.
  • Metal
    Aerosol cans, aluminum foil, wire hangers or other non-food metal items
  • Cartons
    Waxy frozen food packaging, take-out food containers, or pizza boxes!
  • Plastics
    Non-food plastic containers, plastic bags, Styrofoam, bubble wrap, plastic film, household garbage, yard trimmings or woody waste, building materials, automobile/trailer or bike tires, household or hazardous waste (electronics, batteries, paint, chemicals, oil or oil filters), soiled papers (diapers, tissues, paper towels, paper plates, napkins or pizza boxes). Clothes hangers, toys, 6-pack rings, chemical containers, packing materials or plastic wrap. Styrofoam, plastic bags, bubble wrap and plastic film even though some of these may have a Recycling Logo on them.
  • Paper
    Soiled paper, photos, hardcover books, carbon paper, delivery bags or rubber bands.
  • Cardboard
    Pizza boxes, plastic or foam packing material, waxed cardboard or boxes with plastic or foil linings!
White Goods will be collected by the parish with the Boom Truck.  White Goods includes large household appliances, including, but not limited to:
  • Stoves
  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Washing Machines
  • Clothes Dryers
  • Dishwashers
  • Air Conditioners
Iberville Parish has a contract with Progressive Waste solely for residential waste collection and disposal. These guidelines apply to new construction, demolition, and/or renovations and include the following provisions:
  • No demolition, renovation, construction debris or tree debris caused by contractor operations will be picked up by Progressive Waste / Iberville Parish.
  • Residential garbage service will be provided to residents after residents occupy the home. Waste derived from any construction created by a contractor is not considered residential waste.
  • If a homeowner hires contractors for each aspect of construction, it is still considered construction debris and will not be collected.
  • It is the responsibility of the owner and/or contractor to contact a waste removal company to have debris removed from the job site. This expense is to be paid for by the owner and/or contractor and not Iberville Parish.

The Solid Waste Department will accept used tires from individuals for disposal. Tires should be brought to the Solid Waste Office, located at 59705 Bayou Road in Plaquemine (adjacent to the Parish Maintenance Facility). The individual's name, address, telephone number, the number of tires (limit 5 per day), date, time of drop off, and the individual's signature will be recorded. Tires with rims are not accepted.

The tires are then put into a holder provided by Environmental Industries. Environmental Industries collects the tires twice monthly, and shreds them for recycling. At the end of each month, the Solid Waste Office sends in a Monthly Collection Center Report to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Financial Services

Periodically, Iberville Parish holds “Parish Clean-Up Day”.  Stay tuned for the next parish-wide cleanup!

Bayou Plaquemine and Bayou Grosse Tete
Besides providing for residential garbage and trash collection and working daily with inmate labor to keep the parish clean, the Solid Waste Department and Parish have also worked to clean up Bayou Plaquemine and Bayou Grosse Tete via a contractor. These are photos from that clean up effort.

Parishwide Clean-Up Day
The Solid Waste Department has worked with the Parish's Image Committee to coordinate a parish wide Clean-Up Day. Hundreds of local residents participate in the clean-up event. The Department works to include businesses, communities, school and church organizations, government agencies and others in the event in order to spread the message that Iberville will not tolerate litter.

If you are not receiving sufficient garbage collection or boom truck service, call IESI at (225) 383-1620. If you do not get satisfactory response, call the Solid Waste Department at (225) 692-3844.

Department Address:
59805 Bayou Road
Plaquemine, LA 70764

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 389
Plaquemine, LA 70765

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.