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  • Where Does it Go? seattle.gov/util/wheredoesitgo206-684-3000

    North Transfer Station1350 N 34th Street

    Seattle, WA 98103

    South Transfer Station130 South Kenyon Street

    Seattle, WA 98108

    Hours & Information seattle.gov/util/myservices 206-684-8400

    Transfer Stations

    Appliances Drop off at Transfer Station. (Fees apply)

    Pick up. Call 206-684-3000 to schedule, call must be made by the SPU bill payer. (Fees apply)

    Drop off for donation and reuse. (Free) Working appliances may be accepted atthrift stores.

    Batteries & Cell PhonesRechargeable batteries and cell phones: Drop off at stores or Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). (Free)

    Locations: Call2Recycle.org, HazWasteHelp.org Alkaline batteries: Drop off to recycle at HHW. (Free) Accepted in garbage.

    Building Materials Drop off for donation and reuse at building

    supply salvage businesses. (Free)

    Locations: SecondUse, Earthwise, & Ballard ReUse Check store websites for accepted materials.

    Drop off at Transfer Station. (Fees apply)

    Bulky Items Drop off at Transfer Station. (Fees apply) Pick up. Call 206-684-3000 to schedule,

    call must be made by the SPU bill payer. (Fees apply)

    Drop off for donation and reuse. (Free) Clean, working items may be accepted atthriftstores.

    Furniture Drop off reusable items for donation

    at thrift stores. (Free) Pick up. Call 206-684-3000 to schedule,

    call must be made by the SPU bill payer. (Fees apply)

    Drop off at Transfer Station. (Fees apply)

    Household Goods Drop off reusable items for

    donation at thrift stores. (Free)

    Put unusable items in garbage.

    Mattresses Pick up. Call 206-684-3000 to schedule,

    call must be made by the SPU bill payer. (Fees apply)

    Drop off at Transfer Station. (Fees apply)

    Used OilPut cooking and motor oil in separate 1-gallon plasticjugs labeled with your name and address.

    Oil pick up on recycling collection day. (Free) Set out up to 2 gallons with your carts.

    Clothes/ Textiles Drop off reusable items at thrift stores. (Free)

    Damaged items can also be dropped off at participating Threadcycle thrift stores. (Free)

    Locations: kingcounty.gov/threadcycle

    Electronics Drop off for recycling or reuse.

    Televisions, computers, laptops and computermonitorsaccepted. (Free) Check website for other acceptable items. (Fees may apply)Locations: ecyclewashington.org

    Light BulbsUnbroken florescent tubes, compact fluorescent and mercury bulbs accepted.

    Drop off for recycling. (Free)

    Locations: lightrecycle.org

    Medicine & Syringes Do not flush down the toilet or put in the garbage. Drop off over-the-counter and

    prescriptionmedications. (Free)Locations: medicinereturn.org

    Drop off sharps and syringes. (Free)Locations: seattle.gov/util/wheredoesitgo

    Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Products marked CAUTION, WARNING, DANGER, or POISON may require hazardous materialdisposal.

    SafeDisposal Information and Drop off Locations:Call 206-296-4692 or visit HazWasteHelp.org

    NOT ALLOWED IN GARBAGE, REC YCLING OR FOOD & YARD WASTE.

    206-684-3000 seattle.gov/util/wheredoesitgo

    Customer Service

    Give all your clothes, shoes and linensfor reuse or recycling

    Sponsored by:King County & Seattle Public Utilities

    @SeattleSPU @SeattlePublicUtilitiesSouth HHW

    North HHW

    South Transfer Station

    North Transfer Station

  • Recycle Garbage

    seattle.gov/util/wheredoesitgoWhere Does it Go? 206-684-3000

    Food & Compost

    No Plastic. No Glass. No Metal. No Plastic Bags. No Animal Waste. No Rocks.

    No Food. No Yard Waste. No Recyclables. No Hazardous Waste.

    Clean Recyclables Only. No Food. No Liquid. No Single Plastic Bags.

    Non-Recyclable Paper & Plastic

    Foam Trays & Containers

    Non-Recyclable Glass and Other Garbage

    Clean Glass & Metal Scrap Metal

    Food-Soiled Paper (without shiny coating)

    Approved Compostable Packaging & Bags

    Yard Waste, Plants, Untreated Wood

    Lids(3 inches or wider)

    (empty plastic bottles, with cap on)

    (no shredded plastic)

    (bagged plastic bags)

    (diapers) (wipes)

    (produce stickers) (food-soiled foil)

    (empty cans & dried paint)

    (bagged packing peanuts)

    Kitchen Grease

    (bagged pet waste)

    All Food Waste Clean Paper & Cardboard

    CAN IT, COOL IT, TRASH IT.

    (lids, caps & tops less than 3 inches wide)

    (plastic coated paper)

    Clean Plastics

    (less than 2 feet x 2 feet x 2 feet)(Less than 4 feet long and4inches thick)

    (less than 3 feet x 3 feet x 3 feet)

    (empty toxic containers)

    (single plastic bags)

    (beige foam trays)

    (rigid plastic containers)

    Recyclable GarbageRecyclable Garbage