NOT HAPPENING: Fall Recycle Roundup. Here’s what to do instead

A few have asked about the date for Fauntleroy Church‘s next Recycle Roundup. Though a date had tentatively been set for one this fall, organizers weren’t able to get their usual partner to commit, so it’s NOT happening. While awaiting the next time they do get one scheduled, here’s what you can do if you have recyclables beyond what is accepted at curbside: Use the “Where Does It Go?” lookup. It will point you to options including scheduling an extra-cost special curbside pickup. If you’re looking specifically for electronics recycling, here’s who’s in the Take It Back Network, including some drop-off spots as close as SODO.

5 Replies to "NOT HAPPENING: Fall Recycle Roundup. Here's what to do instead"

  • Vanessa September 20, 2021 (1:23 pm)

    Anyone know if there are any scheduled shredding events happening ? 

  • PSPS September 20, 2021 (1:45 pm)

    “some drop-off spots as close as SODO.”  SODO isn’t “close” at all anymore, especially during any hours the recyclers are open.

    • WSB September 20, 2021 (4:31 pm)

      If there’s something you know of that you’d consider closer, please suggest it.

    • HarborIslandworker September 20, 2021 (5:55 pm)

      PSPS….. what do you care anyway. Just take your recycling on one of your customer low bridge trips and have them foot the bill. I’m sure they’d be willing to pay it.

  • coffeedude September 20, 2021 (1:49 pm)

    One Green Planet in Renton behind the old Fryes is open weekdays for items that they normally accept at the round up.

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