White Center Recycling Collection Event
Saturday, September 11, 2010
9am - 3pm
830 SW 116th St. (external link)
Evergreen High School
Recycling collection event for residents of White Center and King County.
New this year: mattress, styrofoam block and packing peanuts collection! See materials handled section for details.
In addition to this Recycling Collection Event, many items may be disposed or recycled at other locations throughout King County. For more information, visit the "What do I do with..." site or call the King County Recycling and Composting Information Line at 206-296-4466.
Certain household hazardous wastes that are not accepted at this event may be safely disposed through King County’s Wastemobile program. View the Wastemobile schedule online or call the Hazards Line at 206-296-4692 for a list of locations.
PLEASE NOTE: Computers, monitors, laptops and televisions will no longer be accepted at this event. You may recycle these materials at NO CHARGE at the following locations nearest White Center:
Goodwill Burien Store
1031 SW 128th St.
Salvation Army Burien Store
16033 1st Ave. S.
Total Reclaim - Seattle
2200 6th Ave. S.
For additional drop-off locations or more information, call 1-800-RECYCLE or visit 1800recycle.wa.gov.
Computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and printers are not included in the E-Cycle Washington program but will be accepted at this Recycling Collection Event. This event will also continue to collect other electronic materials such as cell phones, printers, keyboards, mice, fax machines, photocopiers, scanners, stereos, VCRs, and DVD players.
- Refrigerators, Freezers|
|Construction and Demolition Debris
- Cell Phones, Smart Phones, Mobile Devices|
- Printers, Copiers, Fax Machines, Peripherals
- Brush, Woody Waste|
- Ferrous Metals|
- Nonferrous Metals
|Misc Household Items
- Packing Peanuts and Foam Blocks|
- Passenger, Truck, Motorcycle Tires|
|Printers, Copiers, Fax Machines, Peripherals
Equipment can be working or nonworking. Accepted: cell phones,
printers, keyboards, mice, fax machines, photocopiers, scanners, stereos, VCRs and DVD players.
Maximum volume: No commmercial loads
Restrictions: Not Accepted: Commercial equipment.
Fees: No Fee
Serves residents only.
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