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Solid Waste Pickup Update

Updated 2/19/19 at 2:15 p.m. Curbside Collection Update: We are returning to regular our collection schedule this week. If your collection was missed last week you may put out extras this week at no additional charge. (See tips for putting out extras below.) If your recycling was missed last week, please put it out this […]

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Due to snow, no residential garbage pickup Feb. 4

Due to icy road conditions, there will be no residential garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup in Seattle today, February 4. SPU’s North and South transfer stations will open at 10 a.m. today. Weather and road conditions permitting, garbage, recycling, and food/yard waste service will resume Tuesday, on a revised schedule — with customers scheduled […]

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Protect Your Water Pipes During Freezing Weather

It’s cold out there! As temperatures plunge this evening to the low 20s, remember to protect your water pipes to keep them from freezing. Protect indoor sink pipes that are against exterior walls by opening under-sink cabinet doors to allow indoor heat to circulate. During severe cold temperatures, allow one indoor faucet to slowly drip cold […]

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Seattle Public Utilities is committed to supporting federal employees who may be affected by the government shutdown and missing their normal paychecks. If you’re among them—or if you’re just having a hard time making ends meet—we have payment plans and assistance programs that may help. Learn more by calling us at (206) 684-3000.

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Compost Your Tree for Free

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) invites Seattle residents to compost their Christmas trees and other holiday greens for free through January 31, 2019. Residents should place trees or bundled greens next to their food and yard waste cart on their collection day. Apartment residents may place two trees next to each food and yard waste cart […]

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No Solid Waste Collection on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Due to the Christmas and New Year holidays, no garbage, recycling, or food and yard waste will be collected in Seattle on Tuesday, Dec. 25 and Tuesday, Jan. 1. Collections scheduled for Tuesday will occur on Wednesday, and collection for the rest of the week will be delayed by one day. Customers should put their […]

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Recycle Your Holidays

Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, U.S. household waste increases by 25 percent—that’s about 1 million tons per week! You can do your part to cut down on the amount of holiday waste that ends up in the landfill by following these holiday recycling tips: Batteries: All types of batteries are accepted at the recycling […]

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No Solid Waste Collection on Thanksgiving Day

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, no garbage, recycling, or food and yard waste will be collected in Seattle on Thursday, Nov. 22. Collections scheduled for Thursday will occur on Friday, and Friday collections will occur on Saturday. Customers should be sure to have their containers out by 7 a.m. to ensure collection. Customers can report […]

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After Eight Year Hiatus, Chinook Salmon Return to Seattle Public Utilities Restoration Site to Spawn

In late October, for the first time in eight years, SPU staff observed and filmed a pair of Chinook salmon laying eggs (spawning) in a SPU-restored part of Seattle’s Thornton Creek. SPU’s Thornton Creek Confluence project, completed in 2014 for $8 million, provided flood control in the Meadowbrook neighborhood and resilient creek habitat for salmon. […]

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Community Advisory Committees Give Voice to Community Values

As a community-centered utility, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) recognizes the vital role community plays in ensuring we deliver our services in efficient, innovative, and equitable ways. SPU’s Community Advisory Committees play a key role in helping shape our work. Committee members are a diverse and dedicated group of volunteers who meet monthly to review and […]

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