Washington residents recycled slightly less in 2012 than the year before, but the recycling rate still surpassed a 50 percent goal set by state law.
Ready to take down your Christmas tree? If it’s not a flocked tree, consider recycling it! It’s much better for the environment, and there are convenient ways for you to leave your tree for recycling pick up or take it to an area recycling company.
Good job, Washington! State officials say Washington’s recycling rate hit nearly 51 percent in 2011.
Waste Management started bringing in replacement truck drivers Friday to pick up garbage in Renton and parts of the Seattle-Everett area where trash has been piling up since a Teamsters strike started Wednesday.
Volunteers are continuing to sift through tons of paper at a recycling center, hoping to find items that Josh Powell may have dumped before killing himself and his two sons in a house fire last week. Volunteers searched nearly all day on Sunday.
Recycling and Spring Cleaning. For E-cycling your old computers and parts: Interconnection at http://interconnection.org. For giving away your used but working junk: Craigslist.org or FreeCycle.org (Be warned of fraud and use your common sense when […]