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Recology is proud to announce the release of our 2022 Sustainability Update. Learn about our advancements in resource recovery, how we’re expanding the use of renewable fuels and carbon-free electricity, and the strides we’ve made to foster a more equitable, inclusive, and transparent workplace. Highlights of the report include: 1.6 million metric tons of greenhouse […]  Read more
Shareable Flyer Recology and The City of Issaquah are teaming up for a series of interactive Eco-Friendly Classes! “Where Does It Go” Class Find out how to manage unusual items in Issaquah and which items belong in recycling, composting, or garbage collection at home! Tuesday, April 19th at 7 – 8 PM or Friday, May […]  Read more
Help keep yourself and Recology Issaquah 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
Recology Stores Have Reopened! We are so happy to announce that the long-awaited reopening of Issaquah’s Recology Store has reopened! Please call ahead if planning to drop off materials at the store. Visit the website for more information – Recology Store Store Address 317 NW Gilman Blvd #22, Issaquah, WA 98027 Store Hours: Wednesday – […]  Read more

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