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Solid Waste Facility News

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Replacing the Algona Transfer Station with new south county facility – County and City of Algona in discussions on potential site

Ongoing

Factoria Transfer Station Replacement Project – Construction is expected to last until December 2017; No service interruptions expected

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September 4 - September-06-15

Covington Wastemobile Event 9/4 - 9/6

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SWD News & Topics (visit the archive)

Aug. 26, 2015

KOMO4 News: Green Back-to-School (YouTube)
From thrift store finds to a solar backpack, KOMO's Mary Nam and King County EcoConsumer Tom Watson check out fun ways to go green and save money with back-to-school shopping.

August 2015

King County, WA's Solid Waste Division: Collaboration and Innovation (external)
Through education, policy and partnerships, King County's Solid Waste Division is working to achieve its goals of zero waste and 70 percent recycling — from WasteAdvantage Magazine.

Aug. 7, 2015

Expanded, improved recycling services at King County's Vashon Recycling and Transfer Station
Vashon residents now have more recycling options than ever, and thanks to new efficient compactors, King County is cutting carbon emissions and costs to transport collected recyclables.

 
Threadcycle

Threadcycle

Sadly torn, badly worn or even stained. Any item is acceptable for reuse or recycling as long as it is not wet, mildewed, or soiled with hazardous materials.

Updated: Aug. 27, 2015


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