City of SeaTac holding Recycling & Rain Barrel Event on Saturday, April 19
The City of SeaTac will be holding a Recyling Collection Event on Saturday, April 19 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Tyee Educational Complex parking lot.
In addition to recycling, there will also be a Rain Barrel Sale – for residents only – from 9 a.m. – Noon or until its sold out.
Here are the details:
WHAT: Spring Recycle Event
WHEN: 4/19/2014 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
WHERE: Tyee Educational Complex Parking Lot, 4424 S 188th Street, SeaTac, Washington 98188
COST: FREE Admission; *Cash only where fees apply
INFO: Recycle appliances (appliances containing CFCs, such as refrigerators and freezers, are $25 per unit), scrap metal, tires, oil, transmission fluid, batteries, electronics, flourescent tubes/bulbs (limit 10 per vehicle; no broken tubes accepted), reusable household goods, EPS styrofoam, mettresses/box springs ($15 per peice; items must not be excessively stained, wet nor have bed bugs), toilets and porcelain sinks ($10 per item; all wooden and plastic toilet seats must be removed), propane/helium tanks (5-gallon tank is $5; small 1-gallon tank is $1; basic vendor charge of $1 per gallon applies) and more! Some restrictions and fees apply, and vendors at the event reserve the right to reject any items that do not meet their requirements. This event is for residential quantities; no commercial loads allowed.
Styrofoam must be clean, dry and free of any plastic film. NO foam sheeting, cardboard, hard plastics, screws or metals. Packing peanuts must be bagged or boxed. Dirty and wet EPS will not be accepted. No food containers will be accepted.
Free – Confidential material schredding. Staples and paper clips do not need to be removed from documents. Limited to three boxes per vehicle.
Rain Barrel Sale – SeaTac Residents only
Saturday, April 19 – 9:00am to Noon or until sold out. There is a limited amount of rain barrels available for sale. $25 each, Cash only, limit two (2) per customer.
Computers monitors and televisions will not be accepted. You can recycle these items for free at others locations throught E-Cycle Washington. Call 1-800-RECYCLE or visit http://1800recycle.wa.gov to find authorized E-Cycle Washington collection locations.
For more information, please contact Resource Conservation/Neighborhood Programs Coordinator Trudy Olson at 973.4763.