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Press Release | June 18, 2013

Seattle Neighborhood Waste Reduction Rewards Projects Selected

Three projects will be developed in Northeast Seattle

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.

Residents who comprised the neighborhoods’ selection committee selected the following projects for funding:

Meadowbrook Community Center Community food preservation facility – the project provides classes, equipment and supplies for canning, drying and otherwise preserving foods. 

View Ridge Elementary School Community play space – project elements include an outdoor gathering space and seating for students and the community (during non-school hours) as part of a multi-phase, PTA-funded playground renovation to begin this summer.

Hunter Farms; NE 80th/35th Ave NE Gathering place information – signs will inform the community about Hunter Farms, a private lot open for public use to foster community and provide a central and welcoming location for public gatherings and events.

In the annual Neighborhood Waste Reduction Rewards competition, CleanScapes challenges the neighborhoods it serves to reduce their solid waste footprint. To increase their odds of winning, residents can implement a variety of waste reduction measures, for example:

For more ideas on reducing waste and next years competition visit

CleanScapes is the trusted partner for communities seeking to enhance residential and commercial vitality by providing innovative streetscape maintenance, recycling and solid waste services. CleanScapes was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1997, and currently provides sustainable solid waste and recycling collection to the communities of Seattle, Shoreline, Issaquah, Des Moines and Carnation.

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