January 13th, 2012 by Sean Keeley
Seattle food and yard waste, garbage and recycling collections will be on its normal schedule for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 16th.
Seattle Public Utilities customers should place their containers out for collection by 7 a.m. to ensure collection as usual.
The City of Seattle’s North Recycling and Disposal Station in the Fremont/Wallingford area and the South Recycling and Disposal Station in the South Park area will be open during their regular business hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Customers can report a missed garbage, recycling or food and yard waste collection by calling (206) 684-3000 during regular business hours on Tuesday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., or by visiting the Online Missed Collection form at: www.seattle.gov/util/Services/Garbage.
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August 30th, 2011 by Sean Keeley
Seattle garbage, food and yard waste and recycling collections will be on normal schedule for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5. Seattle Public Utilities customers should place their containers out for collection by 7 a.m. to ensure collection.
The City of Seattle’s North & South Recycling and Disposal stations will be open during their regular business hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The North Recycling and Disposal Station is located at 1350 N. 34th St. in the Fremont/Wallingford area.
Customers can report a missed garbage, yard waste or recycling collection after 6 p.m. on the day it was missed by visiting the On-line Missed Collection form available on SPU’s web site, at: www.seattle.gov/util/Services/Garbage, or by calling 206-684-3000 then next business day.
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April 22nd, 2010 by Athima Chansanchai
Don’t recycle your next mailing from Seattle Public Utilities – it might contain coupons good for 2 free bags of Cedar Grove Compost. If you’re not going to use the coupons, consider gathering them for those who want to improve some common areas in the neighborhoods: traffic circles.
It’s another helpful tip from the folks at FAWN (who, yes, are being very good initial sources for this fledgling Fremont Universe blogger, but I am accepting tips! Send them to email@example.com!)
From faithful FAWN member Sally Deneen, regarding those coupons:
“Please don’t toss them, if you don’t need them. We’d be grateful if we could use the coupons to add as much compost as possible to the traffic circle. Among other things, it’d encourage our strawberries — yes, there have been strawberry plants there since the beginning, but they’ve never born fruit due to poor conditions. Thanks for your consideration and for helping our traffic circle!”
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll forward your message to Sally.
Are your neighbors taking similar initiative with the traffic circles in your neighborhood?
Where to go to redeem those aromatic bags of future promise: Monday – Friday, at the north end of Seattle Conservation Corps at Magnuson Park, 7400 Sandpoint Way, and follow the signs. Or the smell.
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