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Recycling Powered by AtWork! accepts almost any recyclable item, most at no charge.RecycCard

Open for drop off 7 days per week during daylight hours. Staffed Mon. – Fri. 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.

The following items are accepted at all times, at no charge:

  • Aluminum Cans
  • Books
  • Cardboard (Broken Down, No Wax Cartons)
  • Cell Phones
  • CDs, DVDs, and Jewel Cases
  • Circuit Boards
  • Computer Scrap
  • Electronic Scrap
  • Glass Bottles and Jars (No Lids)
  • Inkjet Cartridges
  • Magazines
  • Metal Cabinets and Metal Furniture
  • Mixed Paper
  • Newspaper
  • Phone Books
  • Plastic Containers and Bottles (No Lids)
  • Scrap Metal
  • Televisions (customers must unload)
  • Tin Cans
  • White Ledger Paper
  • Wire and Cabling

The following items are accepted during staffed hours:
Document Destruction
E-Cycle Washington Items 
Computer Peripherals and Office Equipment
Appliances
Household Items

Confidential Documents for Destruction
We shred confidential documents at 50 cents per pound with a $10 dollar minimum charge. To personally witness the destruction of your documents please arrive no later than 1:00 pm M-F.

E-Cycle Washington Program (no fee)
Computer Towers
Computer Monitors
Computer Laptops
Televisions

Computer Peripherals and Office Equipment – $2 per item
Computer Batteries
Fax Machines
Keyboards and Mice
Printers (20” and smaller)
Scanners
UPS Computer Backups

Appliances
$2 per item:
DVD Players and VCRs
Hi-Fi Equipment
Radios

$5 per item:
Barbecues
Box Fans
Desk Lamps
Microwave Ovens

$10 per item:
Floor Lamps
Lawnmowers (Tires must be removed and all fluids drained)
Ovens
Stoves
Washers and Dryers
Water Heaters

Household Items
Batteries – rechargeable and non-rechargeable (must be separated) 50 cents per pound (donation)
Fluorescent Bulbs – 50 cents each (donation)
Fluorescent Tubes (must be longer than four feet) – $1 each (donation)

We do not accept the following items:

  • Aerosol Cans
  • Air Conditioners
  • Auto Glass
  • Ballasts
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Car Batteries
  • Carpeting
  • Cement
  • Christmas Trees
  • Dishwashers
  • Fiberglass
  • Fluids of any kind
  • Furniture other than metal
  • Gas and Gas Cans
  • Grease
  • Hazardous Liquids
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Helium Tanks
  • Items Containing Freon
  • Light Fixtures with Ballasts
  • Materials Containing PCBs
  • Mattresses and Box Springs
  • Medical Waste
  • Metal Fencing (Uncoiled)
  • Mirrors
  • Oil and Oil Cans
  • Packing Peanuts
  • Paint and Paint Cans
  • Personal Garbage
  • Pet Food
  • Propane Tanks
  • Rags
  • Refrigerators
  • Rubber
  • Sharps
  • Sheetrock
  • Stretch Wrap
  • Styrofoam
  • Tar
  • Tires
  • Toys

We encourage you to learn more about recycling by visiting the King County Solid Waste website for more information on ways you can reduce, reuse, and recycle!

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