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Solid Waste Facility News

May 5, 2015

Cedar Hills Regional Landfill Community Meeting

Ongoing

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

Upcoming Events

May 2 - May 3, 2015

Auburn Wastemobile - 5/2 - 5/3

May 2, 2015

Bellevue Recycling Collection Event

May 8, 2015

MSWMAC Meeting

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SWD News & Topics (visit the archive)

April 22, 2015

KCPQ TV – Earth Day (external)
Earth Day events and toilet-paper roll crafts! Kaci Aitchison and M.J. McDermott have fun with King County EcoConsumer Tom Watson.

April 22, 2015

KOMO4 News: Happy Earth Day 2015 (YouTube)
For Earth Day, KOMO's Molly Shen and King County EcoConsumer Tom Watson check out green innovations, including scrap-metal wildlife sculptures from artist Travis Pond, flexible solar lighting with the UWs Caitlin Cramer, and an easy-to-use, affordable home air quality monitor.

April 14, 2015

King County ‘Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling’ list seeks nominees
Annual list recognizes businesses in King County that are doing a great job of preventing waste and promoting recycling - and nominations are now being accepted for recognition in 2015.

 
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: Apr. 24, 2015


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