Composting can make a big difference. Cutting down on food waste can make even more of a difference. The Compost
Preventing food waste is super easy – all it takes is a little preparation. Prepare perishable foods soon after shopping.
The King County Solid Waste Division saw a 41 percent increase in recycling volumes at its transfer facilities and drop
Did you know that almost 35% of what ends up in the landfill is food scraps and food-soiled paper? It can be composted in your curbside yardwaste cart?
We took some them from this year’s most popular New Year’s resolutions and put a green spin for small steps to make 2017 an eco-tastic year.
Nearly 30% of what we throw away in our garbage is recyclable food scraps and food soiled paper. Take King County’s pledge to Compost More. Waste Less now and get a free toolkit!
Small kitchen appliances. Lamps. Chairs. Tools. Fans. Toys. Sports equipment. Clocks. Jewelry. Clothing. Whatever you got, if it needs repairing
While most King County residents recycle, still more than 78 percent of what ends up in the county’s landfill could have been recycled or composted.
Up to 95 percent of the clothes, shoes and linens thrown into the garbage could have been reused or
Looking for help in learning how to fix a broken household item? King County’s Ecoconsumer program is offering free events to help people fix small household items.