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February 8, 2017—Residential solid waste collections are on a revised schedule this week, due to weather events. Most Monday customers’ garbage, recycling, and food/yard waste was collected yesterday (Tuesday, Feb. 7). Monday customers in West Seattle: Due to higher snowfall amounts and continued icy conditions, residential garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup was postponed in this area […][More]
February 6, 2017— Due to icy road conditions, there will be no residential or commercial garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup in Seattle today—Monday. Contractors will attempt to serve priority commercial locations this afternoon. Weather and road conditions permitting, garbage, recycling, and food/yard waste service will resume Tuesday, on a revised schedule — with […][More]
Attend a public meeting or take Seattle Public Utilities’ online survey, details below Seattle Public Utilities is updating its Strategic Business Plan (SBP), the road map guiding the utility’s delivery of services to its customers. Adopted three years ago after an in-depth public process, the SBP spells out the utility’s six-year plan for keeping its […][More]
Located at 1350 N. 34th St., in the Wallingford-Fremont area, the environmentally friendly state-of-the-art $108 million facility will provide superior recycling and reuse capabilities along with safe and efficient handling of the city’s garbage. The new station is expected to serve Seattle’s mounting solid waste demands for at least the next 50 years. The facility […][More]
South Transfer Station closed Thursday, November 24 SEATTLE — Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, no garbage, food and yard waste or recycling will be collected in Seattle on Thursday, Nov. 24. Collections scheduled for Thursday will occur on Friday, and Friday collections will occur on Saturday. Customers should place their containers out by 7 a.m. […][More]
With as much as four inches of rain and sustained winds of 25–35 miles per hour expected through the weekend, Seattle Public Utilities is urging residents to maintain local street drains, to make sure they are free of leaves and debris. During big autumn storms, street drains can easily become overwhelmed with leaves and the […][More]
Seattle garbage, recycling, and food and yard waste collections will be on normal schedule for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5. Seattle Public Utilities customers should place their containers out by 7 a.m. to ensure collection. Customers can report a missed garbage, recycling, or food and yard waste collection after 6 p.m. on the day it […][More]