Get rid of your unwanted computers and electronics at this free event.
Meadowbrook Community Center, 10517 35th Ave NE
Saturday, April 27, 2013,
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Items accepted include computers, laptops, keyboards, mice, networking products, printers, TVs, cell phones, stereo equipment, and other small electronic devices.
Please, no household appliances.
SBK Recycling will [...]
Safely dispose of unwanted and expired medicines. For a limited time, Group Health, Bartell Drugs and Seattle Police Department are providing secure disposal. Find a temporary location at www.TakeBackYourMeds.org.
The risks of unwanted medicines:
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Spring Clean runs April through May. It’s a time for cleaning up the neighborhood, and the City will help. Pick up litter, paint out graffiti, remove invasive plants!
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Spring is quickly approaching and that means it’s time for Spring Clean – Seattle’s premier community cleanup event. SPU invites us to participate!
This program is a partnership of citizen volunteers and SPU, the Dept of Neighborhoods, Seattle Parks & Rec, And Seattle Dept of Transportation.
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Free Help [...]
Seattle Public Utilities will pick up and recycle TVs, computers and other electronic items from your curb for a $20 fee. Call (206) 684-3000 to request an electronics collection. Apartment residents should contact their building manager to arrange for electronics collection.
Looking for a free option? Contact www.ecyclewashington.org or 1-800-RECYCLE for computer and TV drop-off [...]