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Burien, WA – Beginning June 1, 2014, Burien residents will see new bright green trucks collecting their garbage, recycling and compost/yard waste. On Monday, September 16 the Burien City Council voted to enter into a contract with CleanScapes for these services for the next seven years.
attached: Press Release - New Burien Service
Shoreline, WA – On Monday, August 5th, Mayor Keith McGlashan was joined by members of the Shoreline community and CleanScapes to officially introduce the newest piece of artwork in the City of Shoreline. The project, which was unveiled at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park, represents the culmination of the 2012 CleanScapes’ Neighborhood Waste Reduction Award.
SEATTLE, WA – Representatives from Northeast Seattle neighborhoods have chosen three projects to be built with $50,000 in funding from CleanScapes. The funding is a reward to the neighborhoods of Wedgwood, Meadowbrook, Inverness, Matthews Beach and View Ridge for reducing the most overall solid waste, recycling and compost among Seattle residents served by CleanScapes.
Issaquah, WA – On Saturday, May 11th CleanScapes, in partnership with the City of Issaquah, Bike Works and Compass Outdoor Adventures, will host a Kids Bike Rodeo at their Gilman Village retail store and customer service center.
attached: Press Release - Bike Rodeo
Shoreline, WA – On Saturday, April 20th, at the City of Shoreline’s annual Earth Day Every Day Event, Shoreline Mayor Keith McGlashan and Councilmember Doris McConnell joined CleanScapes in announcing the winning neighborhoods for the annual Waste Reduction Rewards program.