Solid Waste Division
Disposal fee increase effective January 1
Solid waste disposal fee increase effective Jan. 1, 2024. Learn more…
Cedar Hills Regional Landfill community meeting – October 11
Join us for an in-person meeting Wednesday, October 11 from 6:30-8 PM at Maywood Middle School (14490 168th Ave SE, Renton) to discuss current and planned construction projects, environmental monitoring, and operational activities at Cedar Hills Regional Landfill. Accommodations can be requested by calling 206-477-4466 or 711 TTY Relay.
What do I do with...?
What do you want to get rid of?
Visit the What do I do with...? website to find businesses that accept materials for recycling, donation, and disposal.
A pathway to zero waste: King County explores innovative technologies to meet waste reduction goals
King County is investigating a new technology, called mixed waste processing, that can capture and divert valuable resources from the stuff that does end up in the garbage bin.
King County Green Schools Program recognizes 67 schools, two school districts, and 88 student Green Teams for resource conservation efforts
Led by the County's Solid Waste Division, the Green Schools Program helps King County schools and school districts to start and improve sustainable practices. Program guidance focuses on resource conservation, environmental justice, and waste prevention and collection of recyclable materials and organics.
King County to focus on two site alternatives for the Northeast Recycling and Transfer Station Project environmental review
King County's Solid Waste Division invites the public to comment on the revised scope of its environmental impact statement for the Northeast Recycling and Transfer Station Project after removing the Houghton Park and Ride in Kirkland as a potential candidate site. The comment period runs from March 20 to April 10.
King County invests in 14 projects that will advance waste prevention, reuse, and recycling
King County's Solid Waste Division is providing $2.3 million in funding to support 14 local projects through the Re+ Circular Economy Grant Program.
Using natural yard care methods in your garden or yard this spring will not only result in vibrant green spaces, but it will also protect people, pets, and wildlife from exposure to harmful chemicals and prevent pollution of local waterways.
– from the Keeping King County Green blog