Start locally to make a difference. Share, resell, donate, re-purpose, and recycle to help others and the planet.
Starting October 1, 2021 there’s a new single-use plastic bag ban.
Drop off locations for recycling difficult to recycle items.
Amazon • Bartell Drug Stores • Best Buy • Costco • CVS • Home Depot • IKEA • King County Hazardous Waste Disposal Locations • Lowe’s • Lions Clubs • Nike • QFC • Recycling Depot • Seattle Lighting Stores • Target • Threadcycle • Styro Recycle • Total Wine & More • West Seattle Recycling • Whole Foods Markets
Items that can be recycled at drop off locations.
Batteries • Car Seats • Cell Phones • CFL Light Bulbs • Clothes • Corks • Eyeglasses • Hearing Aids • Medicine • Plastic Bags & Plastic Wrap • Plastic Plant Pots • Printer Ink & Toner Cartridges • Shoes • Styrofoam
Trade-in & Buy Back Programs
Washington State Recycling Programs
Washington State has several recycling programs required by law. Some are paid by manufacturers while others are paid at time of purchase. They all provide free drop-off locations for recycling items.
Find recycling events for difficult to recycle items, hazardous waste, and paper shredding events.