| May 08, 2012
Accepting Proposals for Shoreline $10,000 Community Improvement Project
SHORELINE, WA – (May 8, 2012) - From now until August 31st, Shoreline residents are invited to submit ideas for a community improvement project worth $10,000. Project ideas will be reviewed by a committee of neighborhood representatives, and the winning project will be installed and maintained by CleanScapes, in coordination with the City of Shoreline.
waste reduction rewards
attached: Press Release - Accepting Shoreline NRR Project Proposals
attached: 2012 Shoreline Community Project Proposal Form
| April 24, 2012
Puget Sound’s Most Environmentally-Friendly Truck Unveiled
~ CleanScapes and City of Des Moines welcome HLA truck to City ~
DES MOINES, WA – (April 24, 2012) – Today, CleanScapes and the City of Des Moines celebrated the arrival of a new environmentally-friendly truck. The Hydraulic Launch Assist (HLA) truck is the first hybrid garbage truck in the Northwest.
attached: Press Release - CleanScapes Unveils New Hybrid Garbage Truck
| April 21, 2012
Shoreline 2012 Neighborhood Waste Reduction Rewards Winner
Mayor Keith McGlashan and CleanScapes Announce Winner and Present $10,000 Check
SHORELINE, WA – (April 21, 2012) – On Saturday, April 21st, CleanScapes’ Waste Zero Manager and Shoreline Mayor Keith McGlashan announced the winner of CleanScapes 2011/2012 Neighborhood Reduction Rewards Competition. CleanScapes, the solid waste company serving Shoreline, awarded a $10,000 community grant to the neighborhoods of Hillwood, Innis Arden, Richmond Beach and Richmond Highlands.
waste reduction rewards
attached: Press Release - Shoreline 2012 NRR Winner Annoucement
| January 30, 2012
Extra Yard Debris Collection in Des Moines
Residential customers whose last yard waste collection was missed due to winter weather may set out all correctly prepared yard debris generated by the recent storm on their next two regularly scheduled collection days. It will be collected at no additional charge.
Extra yard debris should be placed in large paper bags or garbage cans labeled “Yard Debris”. Bundles of branches should be no bigger than 2 feet by 2 feet by 4 feet (2’x2’x4’) and should be tied together with compostable string or twine. Branches or tree trunks larger than 4 inches in diameter or 4 feet in length cannot be collected.
| January 24, 2012
Extra Garbage and Recycling Collection in Shoreline
Residents Should Put Extras Out Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
SEATTLE, WA – (January 24, 2012) – On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week, CleanScapes will be collecting the residential garbage and recycling that was not collected because of last week’s winter weather.
attached: Shoreline Special Collection Press Release 1.24.2012
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