Recology CleanScapes announces Christmas and New Year’s Holiday collection schedule

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Recology Cleanscapes serves Shoreline
Recology Cleanscapes provides garbage, recycling and organics collection service to the residents and businesses in the City of Shoreline. 

Recology does not provide collection service on Tuesday, December 25 or Tuesday, January 1 due to the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. 

During the holiday weeks, customers who normally receive service on Tuesdays will be collected on Wednesday. Customers who normally receive collection on Wednesday will be collected on Thursday. Customers who normally receive collection on Thursday will be collected on Friday, and customers who normally receive collection on Friday will be collected on Saturday.

For more information about holiday collection schedules, visit recology.com/shoreline.

Tips for a More Sustainable Holiday
  • The US EPA estimates between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, the amount of trash produced in the United States increases by an estimated 25%—that’s about one million extra tons of garbage each week. With a bit of proactive planning, you can waste less, save money and incorporate sustainable behaviors into your holiday traditions. Try some of our suggestions below for a more sustainable holiday season:
  • Reduce present packaging and waste by giving gifts of experience.
  • If you do want to decorate a present or package, reuse the trimmings (bows, tissue paper, bags) from last year.
  • Recycle right this holiday season by keeping recyclables empty, clean, and dry. Remember that most shiny or glittery wrapping paper is not-recyclable. Try using newspaper, cloth wrapping alternatives, or reusable bags! 

Visit recology.com/shoreline for more information about collection schedules, service updates, and tips for reducing waste at home, work and school.

Recology Cleanscapes is a subsidiary of Recology, an employee-owned company that sees a world without waste, where resources are used and re-used in a sustainable ecosystem that strives for their best and highest use. 




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