Recycling Event Comes to Tyee Educational Complex… Next Weekend!
We bet you’ll all be out enjoying the fine Indian Summer weather this weekend, even though it’s officially Fall as of yesterday… So you can put off the first bit of raking for next weekend, along with other seasonal activities — like cleaning out the garage!
The City of Seatac sent out the following reminder yesterday. Next Saturday is our big annual recycling event!
This event is for King County residents only – no commercial loads accepted. Bring the following materials to be recycled on Saturday, October 1, from 9 AM to 3 PM to the Tyee Educational Complex parking lot: appliances, refrigerators/freezers ($20 cash fee per each refrigerator/freezer), scrap metal, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, oil, antifreeze, transmission and steering fluids (no gas or brake fluid; no mixed fluids), tires, clothing and reusable household goods, and EPS Styrofoam. Please note that only computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and printers are accepted at our recycle events.
Free Confidential Material Shredding. DataSite Northwest will be providing secure document destruction services at the October 1 Fall Special Recycling Event. Limited to three boxes per vehicle.
Televisions, computers, computer monitors, and laptops are no longer accepted at our recycle events. Call 1.800.RECYCLE or visit 1800recycle.wa.gov to find authorized electronic product recycling services in your area. E-cycle Washington sites will accept televisions, computers, computer monitors, and portable or laptop computers throughout the year for free. Households, small businesses, schools and school districts, small governments, special purpose districts, and charities can recycle electronic products free of charge.
For more information contact Resource Conservation/Neighborhood Programs Coordinator Trudy Olson at 973.4763.
Rainbarrels. SeaTac Residents Only, $25 each, cash only, limit TWO (2) per customer.
SeaTac Domestic Violence Task Force Food Drive for Highline Area Food Banks. Also Saturday, October 1, from 9 AM – 3 PM at the Tyee Educational Complex parking lot. You may bring canned and non-perishable food, diapers, toilet paper, soap, pet food and laundry detergent to donate to SeaTac’s Domestic Violence Prevention Program. Paper bags and donations are welcome too! Call Chris with any questions at 973.4933.