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As a 100% employee-owned company, Recology employees are united in a vision for a better world. One where racial, social, and environmental justice is embedded in the fabric of the communities where we live, work, and serve. Recology King County will be honoring the vision and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January […]  Read more
Service Alert – Last updated 1/13/22 3:30 PM Regularly scheduled collection will resume this week although some services may still be delayed. If any of your carts are not collected this week, Recology will return on your next regularly scheduled collection day. Extra material, equivalent to that which was missed during the service delay, will […]  Read more
Recology King County Inclement Weather Service Delay FAQS  Due to recent snow and icy road conditions in the Puget Sound region, Recology delayed service for many customers between 12/27/21 – 1/7/2022. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work to catch up. In the meantime, below are answers to many of […]  Read more
Help keep yourself and Recology Burien employee owners safe by following the guidance below.   KEEP SORTING CORRECTLY What goes where? Sorting properly is critical to keep recyclable and compostable material out of the landfill. Organic materials should go in the compost, while cardboard, paper, glass, metal, and plastic containers should go in the recycling. […]  Read more

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