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Scrap Metal Recycling & Pickup Seattle

Scrap Metal Recycling & Pickup Seattle We all know about the importance of recycling glass, cans, plastic, and paper, but an often overlooked form of recycling is scrap metal recycling. By recycling metals, we reduce the amount of ore mining throughout the world....

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Can Bubble Wrap Be Recycled?

Bubble wrap CAN be recycled Fortunately, bubble wrap can be recycled! But it should NOT be added to your recycling container. Recycle bubble wrap along with your plastic bags at special collection points, often found at the entrance of grocery stores and pharmacies....

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Are 3M Post-it Notes Recyclable?

3M Post-it Notes Adhesive The adhesive used on most Post-It brand products would have chemistries that would be certain to meet testing standards for recyclability. A technical statement on Post-It Note Pads that states that 3M’s extensive testing with paper recyclers...

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How much does an estate cleanout cost?

Some companies may have hourly rates and others may do a subjective price based on the amount of work they think it will require. Fixed pricing However, we offer fixed rates based on the amount taken per truck load.   Cups: Single Use (Disposable) vs. Reusable - An...

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Which is better for the environment, paper or plastic cups?

Based on the biodegradability of paper and the ease with which paper can be recycled I would say that paper cups are better. Paper cups also use fewer (less?) natural resources to produce. Cups: Single Use (Disposable) vs. Reusable - An Honest Comparison - Plastic EDU...

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What Happens to Recyclables in Seattle

What Happens to Recyclables in Seattle We know that recycling is good for the environment, but most people are as yet unaware of what happens behind the scenes.  Do you know the answers to these questions: What happens to your recyclables after you put them in the...

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Which Plastics Are Recyclable?

Which Plastics Are Recyclable?

Recyclable vs Non-recyclable Plastic  As you are probably aware, recycling plastics is possible, but you can’t recycle all types of plastics. This fact raises many questions – why can’t you recycle all plastics? What’s the difference between recyclable and...

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How to Recycle Junk in Seattle

Seattle is always improving and trying to lead the way in recycling, reusing, and composting materials. As an environmentally conscious resident of Seattle, you’re probably concerned about the environment, and interested in finding ways to help it. Well, you’ll be...

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Spring Cleaning Checklist, Hacks, & Junk Removal

Don’t you wish that deep cleans were as easy as a Space Jam spit shine?Yeah, sorry, but it’s not. If you want to make sure that you clean as quickly, efficiently, and thoroughly as possible then you need a list. But not just any list. You need a list...

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How To Dispose Of Batteries In Seattle

How to Dispose of Batteries in Seattle Whether it’s a car battery, phone battery, AA battery, or even a UPS battery, they all have a certain life, after which they’ll no longer be usable and will need to be replaced. Many people don’t realize that batteries can be...

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How to Dispose of a Christmas Tree in Seattle

How to Dispose of a Christmas Tree in Seattle

Real or fake, once Christmas is over, there’s not much you can do with a Christmas tree. Some people put it out on the yard and put bird food on it, but DIY projects can be time and energy-consuming – especially if they involve lugging a heavy tree out of your home in...

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The 2020 Guide to Seattle Recycling Rules

Seattle Recycling Rules Explained With the increasing awareness about environmental issues, more and more people have started to recycle. The government makes it easy, by having programs that facilitate the process and even offer incentives. Seattle City Light, for...

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Seattle Dump Fees and Locations

Seattle Dump Fees and Locations

If you live in or around Seattle and need to take something to the dump, you’ll need to spend quite some time researching the details. Where to go, how much to pay, whether or not they take what you have, and what their rules are. So in order to save...

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2020 Guide To Appliance Recycling In Seattle

Do you have a broken fridge, stove, microwave or other appliances lying around? If you don’t live close to a dump you may be procrastinating, putting it off till ‘tomorrow’. However, getting rid of appliances isn’t as simple as taking them to the...

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