Followup: Recyclers set a record at Fauntleroy Church’s roundup

Whole lot of spring cleaning going on in West Seattle – and not just to get ready for May 10th’s WS Community Garage Sale Day. If you were part of last Sunday’s Fauntleroy Church recycling event, Judy Pickens says you were part of something big:

A steady stream of vehicles (estimated at 400 – a record) brought 10.5 tons of old appliances, computers, lawn mowers, and other recyclables to Sunday’s Recycle Roundup at Fauntleroy Church. Everything is well on its way back to the resource stream! The church’s green committee will sponsor another roundup in September.

Inbetween recycling roundups, the South Transfer Station in nearby South Park takes some things you can’t put out at curbside. The city website also has a lookup tool you can use to see what’s recyclable and what’s not.

2 Replies to "Followup: Recyclers set a record at Fauntleroy Church's roundup"

  • Kate May 2, 2014 (9:21 pm)

    The Recycle Roundup makes it so easy to do the right thing. Thanks so much to the Fauntleroy Church for making it happen!

  • roxy May 3, 2014 (8:06 pm)

    I agree with Kate! Many thanks.

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