Fall Clean Sweep Recycling Event Saturday, September 25

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

From the City of Shoreline
Date: 9/25/2010 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: No entry charge with CleanScapes service. Bring event flyer or CleanScapes bill. Self-haulers pay $6.75 cash for entry to event. Other fees may apply.
Location: Shoreline Park & Ride

Clean Sweep provides residents the opportunity to recycle and dispose of household items. Flyers will be mailed to all Shoreline residents with a list of items accepted. Bring flyer or CleanScapes invoice for entry into the event.

Due to legal changes in use of event funding, only residents who subscribe to curbside solid waste collection can attend the event at no cost. Multi-family residents please bring the event flyer or driver's license.

Self-haulers pay $6.75 cash for entry to the event. Only $20 bills and under accepted.
For more information about the Fall Clean Sweep Recycling Event, call (206) 801-2700.

Note: For the Fall 2010 Event, the City of Shoreline will not collect fluorescent light bulbs and tubes.  Please recycle them at these locations

Fluorescent light bulbs: Bartell Drugs, 18420 Aurora Ave N, (206) 542-2678; Home Depot, 1335 N 205th St, (206) 546-1900
Bulbs and Tubes: Household Hazardous Waste Facility 12550 Stone Ave. N., (206) 296-4692

Note: In 2010, items covered by the E-Cycle Program will no longer be collected at the recycling events.  These electronics include televisions, computers, computer monitors and laptops.

You can take televisions, computers and computer monitors for free year-round to Shoreline Goodwill at 14500 15th Ave NE, (206) 631-8454 or Deseret Industries at 17935 Aurora Ave N, (206) 542-9447.  Only up to five items per donor per day.  Please call for store hours.

 Recycle Your Bicycles 

Bring unwanted or broken bicycles and bicycle parts in any condition. CleanScapes will deliver all bikes and bike parts to BikeWorks. Free.

 What To Bring              
 Additional Information
All Appliances
Free, except refrigerators and freezers $25 each. Water  heaters $5 each. Microwaves $5 each. Cash only.
All Batteries
Household and lead acid car, truck and marine batteries.
Clean and dry.
Clean Scrap Lumber
No stained, painted or treated lumber.  Pallet boards and nails O.K.  No particle board.
Electronics: Phones, mice, keyboards, printers and adapters
NOTE: NO computers, computer monitors, televisions or laptops.
Motor oil, Antifreeze & Filters DO NOT mix fluids.  Kerosene, diesel fuel, lube oil, heating oil; brake,  transmission and steering fluids O.K. No gasoline.
Porcelain Toilets & Sinks Remove all non-porcelain hardware.  $10 eachCash only.
Propane Tanks $1 per gallon tank size.  Cash only.
Scrap Metal Remove all non-metal materials.
Yard Debris No grass, dirt, rocks, sod.
Non-Recyclable Bulky Items  Items must be larger than 4 feet by 2 feet in size.  No bags of small garbage items.  No concrete.

If you are hauling items on behalf of a neighbor, please call (206) 801-2455 prior to the event.

Due to the popularity of the event, only one load per household. The City of Shoreline reserves the right to refuse any items.  No dump trucks or flat beds.


Editor September 17, 2016 at 12:51 AM  

Yes - here's the 2016 article http://www.shorelineareanews.com/2016/09/next-to-last-recyclefest-saturday.html

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