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Seattle Public Utilities

Serves Seattle - http://www.cityofseattle.net/util/Services/Recycling/index.asp
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Everything you need to know to become an informed recycler in Seattle. Scan the summaries to the left then click the links to the company or agency's website for more detailed information.

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Recyclable Plastics

Seattle does not recycle by numbers, but, in general, clean, rigid plastic food items are accepted: plastic bottles, jars, tubs, trays, cups, containers, plant pots, bags and pill bottles. Not accepted: Styrofoam peanuts and caps/lids.

Recyclable Paper

Paper, cartons, Flattened cardboard boxes, clean coated paper.

What's Recyclable? http://www.cityofseattle.net/util/Services/Recycling/LookupTool
Service Area Maps http://www2.cityofseattle.net/util/services/calendar/lookup.asp
Other Notes Many common recyclables are banned from Seattles garbage - you must recycle them - it's free!
Phone (206) 684-3000
Address 700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4900
Seattle, WA 98124
Last Updated 2011-08-23 13:40:19

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