Recycle bulky items, hazardous materials at Kirkland’s Recycling Collection Event Saturday

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 11:06am
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Recycle some items that aren’t accepted in your weekly collection service at the City of Kirkland’s Recycling Collection Event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at Lake Washington High School, 12033 NE 80th Street.

This event happens twice a year.

Clear bulky items like mattresses, appliances and lawn mowers out of your garage. Safely dispose of hazardous materials like fluorescent tubes, empty propane tanks, and motor oil. Unload odd items like tires and toilets. Shred confidential materials.

Many items are accepted for free; some items have a pass-through charge to cover proper processing. For a full list of items and fees, visit www.kirklandwa.gov/Kirkland_Calendar/Recycling_Collection_Event_s_p17017.htm?EventMode=View&EventOccurrence=0.

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