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Neighborhood Recycling Roundup


Date: Saturday, September 30 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church parking lot, 2400 NW 85th Street (west of church), Seattle

Bring your clean Styrofoam, bagged dry packing peanuts, and unwanted electronics to be responsibly recycled.

  • Electronics accepted are: Laptops, desktops, monitors, mobile phones & tablets, servers, cables, software &  accessories, modems & routers, office phones, telecom systems, game consoles, iPods & MP3s and printers & ink toners.
  • Also bikes and bike accessories in any condition are being collected for Bikeworks, a non-profit that teaches youth to build bikes.
    Volunteers needed. 
    We need lots of folks to direct traffic, put Styrofoam in a bag, etc. Contact Connie if you can help out: conniesandstrom05@gmail.com

Our event partners:

  • Styro Recycle
    Contact: Adam Levant, 253-838-9555
    Items accepted: Only clean Stryfoam (no tape) and bagged peanuts.
    You can pickup up free plastic bags for Styrofoam bagging at business prior to event (23418 68th Ave S, Kent, WA)
  • Bike Works
    Since 1996 Bikeworks has worked to educate and empower youth, and make bicycling accessible and affordable to the Seattle community
    Contact: Kae-Lin Want, 206.806.8406
    Items accepted: Any and all donations of bikes, parts, and accessories, including bike racks, regardless of value or condition.
  • Living Green Technology
    Living Green exists to spread awareness of the hazards of e-waste and provide an eco-friendly way to dispose of unused electronics.
    Contact: Steven Hoag, 253.204.4438
    Web: www.livinggreentechnology.org
    Items accepted: Laptops, desktops, monitors/mobile phones and tablets/servers/cables, software and accessories/modems and routers/office phones/telecom systems/game consoles/iPods and MP3s/printers and ink toners.
    Items not accepted: TVs, lightbulbs, household batteries, large home appliances (refrigerator, ovens, etc)
    Other: all hard drives wiped to NISIT standards. Items turned to reuse or ground into raw materials.

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