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SeaTac | February 07, 2017

Make-Up Collection Schedule for Week of 2/6 Due to Inclement Weather

Due to inclement weather and unsafe road conditions, Recology CleanScapes temporarily suspended service in the City of SeaTac on Monday, February 6.  To make up for missed collections, Recology will operate a one-day delay for the remainder of the week.  Monday customers will be collected on Tuesday; Tuesday customers will be collection on Wednesday; Wednesday customers on Thursday; Thursday customers on Friday; and Friday customers on Saturday.

Residents should place all carts (garbage, recycling, food & yard waste) in the usual collection location by 7:00am each day this week, including Saturday, until they are collected.

Questions?  Contact our Customer Service Team

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SeaTac | September 11, 2015

Alaska Airlines: An Environmental Leader in the Air and on the Ground

In 2014, Alaska Airlines, in partnership with Recology CleanScapes, began exploring opportunities to expand the recycling program at the local airline’s corporate facilities in SeaTac, Washington.


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SeaTac | August 17, 2015

Make Art, Not Landfill

Make Art, Not Landfill: Shoreline Artists Showcase their Recycled Art through Recology’s Artist in Residence Program

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.


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Burien | March 19, 2015

Seahurst Beach Cleanup Success

Burien, WA— 202 lbs. of trash was collected throughout Seahurst Park on Friday, February 20th. Working alongside ESC & the City of Burien were AVID students from Highline High School, Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, & the WA Conservation Corp. All together there were seven bags of trash, four of which consisted entirely of recyclables. The more bizarre findings included a laptop battery charger, several pairs of shoes, and a soiled diaper.


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attached: Seahurst Beach Clean Up March 2015


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