King County Recycling Center (Washington)


Recycling Centers in King County, Washington convert waste into reusable materials. A Recycling Center may offer curbside collection of recyclable materials and accept recyclable materials at transfer stations. They also provide guidelines on what materials the center processes, including paper, glass, aluminum, and plastic, as well as special collection programs for used motor oil, batteries, e-waste, and tires. King County Recycling Centers also offer information on drop-off sites, hazardous waste disposal events, and other recyclable materials that require special handling. These King County recycling programs may have limited hours or locations, which are available on the center website. Recycling Centers provide more information about their programs and the materials they accept online.

Kent City Recycling Kent WA 400 West Gowe Street 98032 253-856-5500

King County Recycling Seattle WA 201 South Jackson Street 98104 206-296-4466

Redmond Recycling Redmond WA 15670 Northeast 85th Street 98052 425-556-2832


Public Works Departments in King County, Washington manage a county or local government's public infrastructure, which can include public buildings, transportation infrastructure, public land, and public services. A Public Works office may manage King County recycling programs, including curbside collection of recyclable materials like paper, glass, aluminum, and plastic. They may also manage recycling centers that collect motor oil, batteries, e-waste, and tires. Public Works also offers information on recycling programs, the hours and locations of drop-off recycling facilities, and any fees for recycling services. Public Works Departments provide more information on King County recycling services online.

Auburn Public Works Auburn WA 25 West Main Street 98001 253-931-3010

Bothell Public Works Bothell WA 9654 Northeast 182nd Street 98011 425-486-2768

Burien City Public Works Burien WA 400 Southwest 152nd Street, Ste 300 98166 206-248-5521

Carnation Public Works Carnation WA 33100 Northeast 45th Street 98014 425-333-4484

Des Moines City Public Works Des Moines WA 21650 11th Avenue South 98198 206-870-6522

Federal Way City Public Works Federal Way WA 33325 8th Avenue South 98003 253-835-2700

Issaquah Public Works Issaquah WA 670 1st Avenue Northeast 98027 425-837-3470

Kent Public Works Kent WA 400 West Gowe Street 98032 253-856-5500

King County Public Works Vashon WA 10021 Southwest Cemetery Road 98070 206-463-9098

Kirkland Public Works Kirkland WA 123 5th Avenue 98033 425-527-3800

Kirkland Public Works Kirkland WA 915 8th St 98033 425-587-3900

Maple Valley Public Works Maple Valley WA 22017 Southeast Wax Road, Ste 200 98038 425-413-8800

Normandy Park Public Works Normandy Park WA 801 Southwest 174th Street 98166 206-824-8957

North Bend City Public Works North Bend WA 1155 East North Bend Way 98045 425-888-0486

Pacific Public Works Pacific WA 100 3rd Avenue Southeast 98047 253-833-2660

Redmond Public Works Redmond WA 15670 Northeast 85th Street 98052 425-556-2188

Renton Public Works Renton WA 3555 Northeast 2nd Street 98056 425-430-7400

Seatac Public Works SeaTac WA 4800 South 188th Street 98188 206-973-4720

Shoreline Public Works Shoreline WA # 200, 17500 Midvale Ave N, # 200 98133 206-801-2700

Snoqualmie City Public Works Snoqualmie WA 38624 SE River St 98065 425-831-4919

Tukwila Public Works Tukwila WA 600 Minkler Boulevard 98188 206-433-1860

Vashon Public Works Vashon WA 10021 SW Cemetery Rd 98070 206-463-9098

Woodinville City Public Works Woodinville WA 17301 133rd Avenue Northeast 98072 425-489-2700


Landfills in King County, Washington are solid waste disposal facilities that accept a range of waste materials, including common household refuse, non-hazardous commercial waste, and construction and demolition waste. They store and process waste that cannot be recycled; however, many King County landfills also operate on-site recycling facilities to process waste into reusable materials. These King County recycling facilities may offer drop-off recycling, recyclable hazardous waste disposal, and e-waste recycling. Many landfill recycling facilities have limited hours and only accept certain materials, and they may also charge fees for recycling. For more information on King County recycling facilities at a Landfill, visit its website.

Maple Valley Landfill Maple Valley WA 16645 228th Avenue Southeast 98038 206-296-4490


EPA Offices in King County, Washington act as local branches of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, which enforces environmental protections to create a cleaner, healthier environment. EPA Offices may provide information on local King County recycling centers and other recycling programs, including curbside recycling, drop-off recycling, and e-waste recycling. They may also help residents access recycling facilities and accept reports of violations of recycling restrictions or environmental protection rules. Local King County EPA Offices also offer guidelines on encouraging recycling and issue grants for environmental education programs to promote recycling. EPA Offices provide more information about King County recycling services online.

US EPA Region 10 Seattle WA 1200 6th Avenue, 900 98101 206-553-1200