tags: no tagsIssaquah | August 17, 2015
This summer, Recology CleanScapes started its Artist in Residence (AIR) program, selecting two Shoreline artists, Karien Balluff and Sarah Reuther as the first participants. The AIR program is a unique art and education program that provides King County artists with access to discarded materials, a stipend, and studio space at Recology’s Seattle MRF.
tags: no tagsCommunity News | July 24, 2014
Take precautions to avoid bear encounters by keeping your garbage in secured containers.
tags: no tagsIn The News | April 30, 2013
CleanScapes will host a Kids Bike Rodeo at its Gilman Village retail store and customer service center May 11.
The event, held during National Bike to Work Month, provides children with an opportunity to learn about bike safety and maintenance, according to a CleanScapes press release. The Issaquah Police Department is providing a limited number of youth bike helmets, and staff from Bike Works and Compass Outdoor Adventure will be on hand to demonstrate bike handling and how to fix flat tires.
Read the full story at IssaquahPress.com
tags: bikeIn The News | April 04, 2013
For pioneering a green retail experience, the City of Issaquah has been named the state's Innovative Recycler of the Year by the Washington State Recycling Association, according to a city news release.
Issaquah, in partnership with waste services provider CleanScapes, shaped a retail experience designed to help residents reduce waste and increase recycling.
Read more at the Sammamish Patch