YES WE ARE OPEN!
Take St. Claude to Press St. and make a left to drive through our parking lot next to the railroad tracks!
(Marais St. is temporarily closed at Franklin Ave.)
We accept donations of used, new and overstock building materials that would otherwise be landfill bound. We’ll even pick your donation up!! To schedule a pickup or for more info, please call 504.578.0188!Read More
At The Green Project we believe that when individuals understand the actions they can take and the impact of their decisions, they will make the right choices. And that starts with environmental education.Read More
It’s time for SALVATIONS 2014 where the best + brightest furniture designers craft custom creations exclusively from reclaimed materials and vie for monetary prizes and a coveted spot in our 3 week exhibition at Canal Place!
ENTER TODAY! Entries due July 31, furniture due August 31! CASH PRIZES of $250-$1000!
The Green Project opened in 1994 as a small, neighborhood paint exchange center in response to the complete absence of responsible paint disposal options in New Orleans. We were the first – and remain the only – paint recycling facility in the Gulf South.Read More
The Green Project depends on the generosity of people like you. We gladly accept your gently used building materials as well as monetary donations and volunteer support. All donations are tax deductible and used to further our mission of promoting environmentally sustainable living in New Orleans.Read More
The Green Project opened in 1994 as a small, neighborhood paint exchange center in response to the complete absence of responsible paint disposal options in New Orleans. We were the first – and remain the only – paint recycling facility in the Gulf South.
The Green Project’s mission is to develop a culture of creative reuse by building a marketplace for reclaimed materials and cultivating a respect for their value. In carrying out this mission our warehouse store diverts an average of 6 tons of usable materials from landfills EACH DAY, keeps 40,000 gallons of paint from finding our marshes annually, and prevents green house gasses from being produced.