CleanScapes neighborhood contest winner to be announced April 17

Monday, March 29, 2010

CleanScapes, the solid waste company serving Shoreline, announced that the Neighborhood Waste Reduction Reward challenge is drawing to a close and the winner will be announced on Saturday, April 17 at 10 am at Shoreline's Earth Day event at Central Market, 15505 Westminster Way.

The Neighborhood Waste Reduction Reward program is a friendly competition among CleanScapes-designated neighborhoods in Shoreline to see which neighborhood can reduce the total amount of waste they produce in garbage, recycling and yardwaste.

The reward for the winner is a $10,000 community project chosen by the Neighborhood Associations in the winning area. Ideas for a community capital improvement project can be submitted directly to your neighborhood association or to

The neighborhoods are determined by the CleanScapes pick-up day, which typically cross two to three of the City of Shoreline Neighborhoods. The prize will be split among the neighborhood associations in the winning area. For information on the neighborhoods of Shoreline, contact Nora Smith, 206-801-2253.

The $10,000 project must be accessible to the public and benefit the community. Ideas suggested so far by neighborhood associations include lighting and benches in parks, information kiosks, and public art.

In addition to providing solid waste and recycling services to residential and commercial customers in Shoreline and Seattle, CleanScapes delivers comprehensive streetscape management services to businesses, public facility districts, and municipalities in Portland, Oregon, and San Francisco, California. 


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