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SEATTLE, WA – (January 16, 2012) – CleanScapes provides garbage and recycling service to the residents and businesses of the Cities of Des Moines and Shoreline. As of January 16, 2012 all routes and service are running as normally scheduled. While CleanScapes operations in both communities are expected to operate normally, there may be some limited weather related service disruptions during the course of the day for customers with limited access (e.g. steep slopes or narrow street/alley access).
Customers should place their carts (garbage, recycle, food scraps/yard debris) in the usual collection location today.
SEATTLE, WA – (January 19, 2012) – CleanScapes provides garbage and recycling service to residents and businesses in the Cities of Shoreline and Des Moines. As of January 19, 2012, service has been temporarily disrupted because of inclement weather conditions, and all residential collection routes have been cancelled for today.
CleanScapes will provide limited commercial and multi-family service today in both communities, confined to those areas that can be served safely. We will be monitoring weather conditions, and will resume full service as soon as we can safely do so.
Please place all carts (garbage, recycle, food scraps/yard debris) in the usual collection location on your next collection day. Double the amount of garbage will be collected on your next collection day at no extra cost.
Current service updates are available on our website www.CleanScapes.com.
SEATTLE, WA – CleanScapes provides garbage, recycling and compost collection service to the residents and businesses of the Cities of Seattle, Shoreline, Issaquah, Des Moines and Carnation. CleanScapes will continue to operate with collection service despite winter weather conditions on Friday, December 20th
ISSAQUAH, WA – Due to inclement weather conditions, CleanScapes has temporarily suspended collection service for garbage, recycling and compost service on Friday, December 20th. This service interruption will primarily affect customers in the Issaquah Highlands and other high elevation areas.