Think Green Recycling Event 2022
Recycle household electronics and old clothes, and shred confidential papers, at this free recycling event hosted by WM and the City of Kirkland.
Staff reserve the right to refuse unaccepted items or materials in unacceptable condition.
Materials accepted during event hours, or until collection vehicles are full. Note that in previous years, several trucks have filled before the close of the event.
Do not attend if you feel unwell. Do not attend if you have recently been in contact with anyone who has been exposed or tested positive for COVID-19.
What You Can Bring
Recycle Household Electronics
- TVs & Monitors – LCD and plasma
- Computers & Laptops
- Servers & Networking Equipment
- All printers, Fax Machines, and scanners
- Av Equipment (DVD/VHS/Stereo units)
- UPS battery backups
- Telecom Equipment
- Cell Phones
- Keyboards and Mice
- Parts, peripherals, cables, etc.
Electronics will be recycled by 3R Technology.
Recycle Worn Textiles
Recycle worn, torn, and stained textiles for recycling. Broken zipper? Missing the second sock or shoe? Threadbare? Give them for recycling, don’t throw them away!
All textiles accepted except: wet, mildewed, bug-infested, or contaminated with hazardous materials (e.g. oil rags).
Textile recycling is collected by Us again.
Shred Confidential Papers
Shred confidential papers. Up to four file-size boxes or equivalent per vehicle. Staples are OK, no binder clips.
When you shred at an event, the paper can be recycled; home shredding must be thrown away.
Shredding will be completed by Seadrunar.
Do Not Bring
These items are NOT accepted:
- NO CRT monitors or TVs – drop off at E-Cycle Washington locations
- NO Styrofoam – throw away or drop off in Kent or Shoreline
- NO appliances – recycle at Factoria Transfer Station
- NO paint – use free drop-off locations
- NO batteries – drop off at city hall
- NO fluorescent bulbs – use free drop-off locations
- NO hazardous waste – use free drop-off locations
- NO common recyclables – recycle at Houghton Transfer Station