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Sept. 29, 2010

Issaquah resident, a longtime recycler, is a Recycling Superstar external link
Wayne Elson started recycling cans and bottles 30 years ago — long before recycling became as simple as a trip to the curb—from the Issaquah Press.

Sept. 28, 2010

Auburn man among King County’s best and brightest recycling superstars external link
Auburn resident and recycling superstar Michael Wilson was nominated for the “Recycling Superstar” contest by his daughter, Megan, for his motivation to reuse and recycle everything he can to save money, the planet or both.—from the Auburn Reporter.

Sept. 28, 2010

Maple Valley woman one of the best and brightest recycling superstars external link
Maple Valley resident Laura Ramon was one of the winners of the the King County Solid Waste Division’s “Recycling Superstar” contest—from the Maple Valley Reporter.

Sept. 28, 2010

King County finds the best and brightest recycling superstars
The creative talent of King County residents has been brought to light with the King County Solid Waste Division’s “Recycling Superstar” contest.

July 28, 2008

Outsource Marketing again named King County ‘Best Recycling Workplace’ external link
From Eastside Business

July 26, 2008

Redmond’s Accents et Cetera gets nod for recycling external link
From The Redmond Reporter

July 23, 2008

Six businesses named best places to recycle external link
From The Kirkland Reporter

July 18, 2008

Eastside companies are 34 of 50 Best Workplaces for Recycling external link
These workplaces demonstrated the very best recycling programs in their business practices and for their employees—from Eastside Business

July 17, 2008

King County announces second-annual ‘Best Workplaces for Recycling’ list

July 20, 2007

King County's latest recycling incentive: praiseDownload PDF , 315 K
From the Puget Sound Business Journal

July 20, 2007

King County announces ‘best workplaces for recycling’
First-annual list recognizes local companies with exemplary recycling practices

Feb. 24, 2007

Decorated bins drum up support for recycling external link
From the Federal Way Mirror

Feb. 20, 2007

You might call this unusual art exhibit "trashy" (external - video)
"Project Driveway" is a collection of recycling bins designed by 23 different organizations in the area to encourage people to do a better job of recycling.
Streaming video from KOMO 4 News

Feb. 16, 2007

The art of trash talk
Decorated bins go on exhibit with a message: Recycle more
From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Feb. 16, 2007

King County recycling campaign launches 'Project Driveway' traveling exhibit (DNRP news release)

Project Driveway - T-Mobile bin

Project Driveway

Recycling bins as art.

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