Bellevue Weekend Recycling Event

courtesy: flickr/Mark Morgan

If you’ve been inspired to do some spring cleaning, this weekend’s recycling event is the perfect place to drop off those items that don’t have any usable life left in them.

Saturday, May 26th   9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Bellevue Presbyterian Church   1717 Bellevue Way NE

The event is free  –  accepted items include:

—  auto parts (non-greasy)
— appliances (blenders, dishwashers, washers & dryers, microwaves, stoves,
toasters)
— clean scrap wood (untreated and unpainted)
— electronic equipment (DVD/VCR, cell phones, computer keyboards and mice, copiers, printers, stereos)
— exercise equipment
— lawnmowers (drain oil and gasolines)
— lead acid batteries
— metal  lawn furniture
— rigid plastics (buckets, toys, coolers, lawn furniture, PVC pipe)
— styrofoam blocks & packing materials (white blocks and packing peanuts of any color)

There are fees for some items . . .

— appliances and scrap metal (air conditioners $33, refrigerators/freezers $28, water heaters $5)
–mattresses and box springs $15 per item
–porcelain toilets & sinks $15 each  –  propane tanks ($5 each)  –  small empty camping tanks ($1 each)
–tires – 6 max ($1/each tire, $3.50/each tire on a rim, $5/each large truck tire, $15/each large truck tire on a rim)

Secure shredding is also available  –  limit of 5 file size boxes

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED – containers that previously or currently contain gas, oil, chemicals or paint

For more information call 425-452-6932

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