Published 1:56 pm Thursday, November 10, 2022

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Raceland, LA – (Nov. 10, 2022) – Waste Management announced today it will continue trash collection services in St. James Parish, Town of Gramercy and Town of Lutcher with the addition of 96-gallon carts serviced by ASL trucks with automatic lifting arms, making collection efficient and safer for the community and WM drivers.

“Waste Management is honored to continue our decades-long partnership with St. James Parish,” said Donald Hains, Public Sector Solutions Representative for WM. “As good stewards of the environment, we are looking forward to bringing our ASL trucks and 96-gallon carts to the area to keep St. James Parish, the Town of Gramercy and the Town of Lutcher clean and green, now and for many years to come.”

Residents will receive one (1) 96-gallon cart per household between Nov. 15-Nov. 30. Residents may begin using the WM cart immediately.

Starting Dec. 5, resident-owned containers will not be collected. All garbage must fit inside the WM 96-gallon cart. Carts are durable, have wheels for easy transport and the lids keep all trash contained within the carts. Carts must be placed at least 3 feet apart and 3 feet away from any obstacles (trees, cars, mailboxes, etc.) to allow the automatic arm to lift and empty the carts.

For more information, please visit WM.COM or call (800) 284-2451.




WM (WM.COM) is North America’s largest comprehensive waste management environmental solutions provider. Previously known as Waste Management and based in Houston, Texas, WM is driven by commitments to put people first and achieve success with integrity. The company, through its subsidiaries, provides collection, recycling and disposal services to millions of residential, commercial, industrial and municipal customers throughout the U.S. and Canada. With innovative infrastructure and capabilities in recycling, organics and renewable energy, WM provides environmental solutions to and collaborates with its customers in helping them achieve their sustainability goals. WM has the largest disposal network and collection fleet in North America, is the largest recycler of post-consumer materials and is the leader in beneficial reuse of landfill gas, with a growing network of renewable natural gas plants and the most gas-to-electricity plants in North America. WM’s fleet includes nearly 11,000 natural gas trucks – the largest heavy-duty natural gas truck fleet of its kind in North America – where more than half are fueled by renewable natural gas. To learn more about WM and the company’s sustainability progress and solutions, visit Sustainability.WM.com.