FOLLOWUP: Waste Management pickups resuming – with delays

Waste Management says it’s getting back to normal after temporarily halting pickups because of the natural-gas-supply concerns raised from this week’s pipeline rupture in Canada. Here’s the WM update for Seattle customers:

Good news! All Waste Management trucks will be back on the road Friday; Puget Sound Energy has cleared us to fuel our clean air trucks. If we missed you Thursday due to PSE’s gas line problem, check below for our recovery plan. These plans are established in consultation with the cities we service and as required by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission.

City of Seattle

Residential – Thursday customers will receive service Friday, Oct. 12. Friday customers will receive service Saturday, Oct. 13.

Commercial – Thursday evening customers will receive service as usual. All other Thursday customers will receive service Friday, Oct. 12 or Saturday, Oct. 13.

Earlier, we published Puget Sound Energy‘s update that it’s getting back to normal.

2 Replies to "FOLLOWUP: Waste Management pickups resuming - with delays"

  • coffeedude October 11, 2018 (4:09 pm)

    Question, for us that are not in Seattle proper, unincorporated KC, does that mean we get service tomorrow as usual (Friday is our pickup day), or do we move to Saturday?

  • Rich Starr October 15, 2018 (8:44 am)

    when is pickup for so king

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