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Archives for May 2012

New South Transfer Station

Renovation improves recycling, safety; reduces noise, odors, and dust The City of Seattle today dedicated a new state-of-the-art facility to better serve residents and businesses with recycling, composting, and garbage disposal over the next 50 years. The new South Recycling and Disposal Station, located in South Park, will replace the… [ Keep reading ]

Watch and Learn: Fix That Leak!

Visit the Fix That Leak! Oil and Water Don’t Mix YouTube channel. Watch, learn, and share about what we can do to prevent car oil leaks from harming Puget Sound: Discover the FREE Auto Leaks Workshop: Participants in Their Own Words from our monthly class offered at South Seattle Community. Watch the Winning DECA… [ Keep reading ]

Get Your Paintbrushes Ready

Paint out graffiti this July and August. Join Summer Paint Out – now in its second year. Whether you are a group or an individual, you can tackle graffiti in your neighborhood. We’ll supply you with FREE paint (white-brown-gray), rollers, brushes, scrapers, and gloves. Sign up today at www.seattle.gov/util/SummerPaintOut, or email daniel.sims@seattle.gov,… [ Keep reading ]

Car Wash Coupon with Bill

Thank you for choosing the best way to wash your car! Look for your 50 percent off car wash coupon with your next Seattle Public Utilities bill. It’s good at any Puget Sound Car Wash Association member location. Washing your car on the street or driveway sends soap and grime into… [ Keep reading ]

Normal Collection for Memorial Day

Regular Pickup Schedule in Effect for Monday, May 28 Seattle garbage, food and yard waste and recycling collections will be on normal schedule for Memorial Day, Monday, May 28. Seattle Public Utilities customers should place their containers out for collection by 7 am to ensure collection. The City of Seattle’s North… [ Keep reading ]

Vote for Trees

Help the Green Seattle Partnership get $10,000 from the Odwalla Plant a Tree Campaign to buy trees for Green Seattle Day. All you have to do is vote for their video. Voting closes May 31. Green Seattle Partnership’s goal is to create a sustainable network of healthy forested parklands throughout… [ Keep reading ]

Safe Spring Cleaning Tips

Out with the old and in with the less toxic Give your house a fresh start with a good spring cleaning. Dig into those dark places and you’ll likely find some hazardous things; stuff like bug sprays, automotive products, lawn and garden chemicals, drain and oven cleaners, paint strippers, home… [ Keep reading ]

Mark Your Calendars to Paint Out

Paint out graffiti this July and August. Join Summer Paint Out – now in its second year. Whether you are a group or an individual, you can tackle graffiti in your neighborhood. We’ll supply you with FREE paint (white-brown-gray), rollers, brushes, scrapers, and gloves. Sign up today at www.seattle.gov/util/SummerPaintOut, or… [ Keep reading ]

Wash Smart and Protect Puget Sound

Thank you for choosing the best way to wash your car! Look for your 50 percent off car wash coupon with your next Seattle Public Utilities bill. It’s good at any Puget Sound Car Wash Associationmember location. Washing your car on the street or driveway sends soap and grime into the… [ Keep reading ]

Water Quality Report in the Mail

Seattle Water: Mountain Fresh Right to Your Faucet The 2011 Drinking Water Quality Report, arriving in mailboxes this week, shows that Seattle’s tap water continues to be some of the best in the nation. Not only is our water exceptional, it also tastes great, as measured by our taste test lab…. [ Keep reading ]