GET READY! 3 weeks until fall Recycle Roundup at Fauntleroy Church

Got a little spare time this holiday weekend? See if you have anything to drop off at the upcoming fall edition of Fauntleroy Church‘s legendary Recycle Roundup. Above (or here, in PDF), you can see the list of what 1 Green Planet will (and won’t) be accepting this time around. When the big day arrives (Sunday, September 24th), just walk/ride/drive into the church parking lot at 9140 California SW, 9 am-3 pm, and drop off your item(s). It’s free, though of course the church’s Green Committee will gladly accept donations to help cover their costs for this twice-a-year community event.

11 Replies to "GET READY! 3 weeks until fall Recycle Roundup at Fauntleroy Church"

  • Melanie September 3, 2017 (2:58 pm)

    Went to download/print to put on my fridge and it says “This document has been removed from Scribd”

    • WSB September 3, 2017 (3:21 pm)

      Odd, I’ve never had a problem with them and it’s still showing for me. But the direct link is hosted on our server
      http://westseattleblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/RecyclePoster-1.pdf

      (in the story, where it says “or here, in PDF”)

      and you should definitely not have a problem there – open the doc and right-click to save it to your own device.

      • Melanie September 3, 2017 (8:52 pm)

        Thank you, that link worked.

  • Diane September 3, 2017 (4:13 pm)

    if anyone has a VCR that still works, I will take it, and use it

    • sbre September 4, 2017 (6:52 am)

      Diane, I do.

      swimbikeruneat g mail 

  • psps September 3, 2017 (5:26 pm)

    Again, they take “computer monitors” and “electronic components” but do not take TV’s, even though they are composed of identical parts.

    • Diane September 3, 2017 (8:36 pm)

      I know; weird huh?

    • Junction September 3, 2017 (10:44 pm)

      3R Technology in Georgetown recycles TV’s for free year round. 

  • Judy September 4, 2017 (8:03 am)

    We don’t take TVs because, in this state, manufacturers must pay for costs associated with recycling them IF they are taken to a designated center.  In this area, that’s Burien Goodwill.  If you want the manufacturer to pay for its choice of resources to use in making its products, take your old TV there.

  • BlairJ September 5, 2017 (11:22 am)

    RePC also recycles TVs for free at their Sodo & Southcenter locations.

  • AT September 9, 2017 (11:43 am)

    Is a vacuum cleaner a ‘small appliance’?  

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