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The Best Tools to Pack a Zero-Waste Lunch
Excited to send your kids back to school but dreading the lunch prep that’s involved? Or are you realizing that the convenient items you’ve been tossing in their lunchbox aren’t the most sustainable options? Either way, we’ve got you covered. Kid-tested and parent-approved, the following guide makes it easy to pack a lunch that both […] Read more.
Free Recycling Workshop at The Recology Store
Become a recycling expert! You want to do the right thing, but the rules around recycling can be confusing. We are here to help! Join us at The Recology Store in Burien on Saturday, September 14, 9-10am for a free “What Goes Where?” workshop. In this free, one-hour session you’ll learn: Which materials are accepted […] Read more.
Recycle Right: Enhanced Outreach Efforts in 2019
Have you heard of the National Sword Policy? Recent Chinese policies have resulted in a global campaign to reduce contamination (material that does not belong in the recycling container). The resulting new standards have impacted recycling efforts throughout the United States, and require a renewed focus on how and what to recycle. Enhanced education & […] Read more.
Recology King County Artist in Residence Exhibition
Recology Artist in Residence Program Susan Robb & Hernan Paganini Thursday, September 5 109 S Washington Street 6PM – 9PM Come celebrate the Recology 2019 Artist in Residence (AIR) program, showcasing new work from Susan Robb, Luxury Waste and Hernan Paganini’s, Retrato del Mundo Project. Join us for the exhibition opening at 109 S Washington […] Read more.
Better at the Bin – Painless Ways to Recycle More
Globally, we produce 3.5 million tons of rubbish a day. If we packed all those discards into garbage trucks and parked them end to end, the line would stretch across the United States, a distance of 3,000 miles. The typical American produces 4.5 pounds of trash per day. That’s higher than in any other country. We can […] Read more.