Charges a fee to remove ALL non-hazardous materials for disposal
800-468-5865 | www.1800gotjunk.com
1 GREEN PLANET
866-422-3755 | www.1greenplanet.org
FREE Recycling - Drop-off service for the public and free pick-up and removal for businesses. Electronics, appliances, scrap metal, machinery, computers, batteries, medical equipment, ink & toner, cell phones, vehicles, paper & cardboard, & plastics
877-672-0982 | www.trurecycle.com
Non Profit recycling center with Free pick - Covers all of Washington State
Source to find an organization that needs your clothes, books, bikes, computers, appliances, furniture...
www.DontateSeattle.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT DO I DO WITH...
A database of where you can get rid of unwanted items.
206-633-1517 | www.InterConnection.org
Free recycling, Free Data Wiping, Free Pick-up. A non-profit that teaches computer maintenance & repair skills to low income individuals & provides computers to under served communities both locally & abroad.
206-767-5280 | www.thesharehouse.org
Seattle's furniture bank for homeless families in transition.
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL THRIFT STORE
206-448-12133 | www.seattlechildrens.org/ways-to-help/shopping/locations
Small furniture, no large appliances
877-577-0510 | www.jacoinc.net
Free pick up for refrigerators and freezers - Some rebates may be available.
SENIOR SERVICES (SEATTLE)
ADMINISTRATION: 206-448.5757 | SERVICES: 206-448-3110 | www.seniorservices.org
Free pick-up for estate-level furniture
RECYCLING OLD MATTRESSES RESOURCE (MY SLUMBER YARD)
Our guide explains the environmental importance of recycling a mattress, as well as:
- Provides the recycling options by city and the major counties
- Highlights local donation centers that do and do not accept mattress donations
- Local buy/sell/trade resources for mattress giving
- Ideas upcycling old mattresses to keep them out of the dump
Some charities require two weeks advance notice. Furniture and appliances, if accepted, must be in need of repair. Mattresses must not be stained or ripped. Additional charities such as transitional house programs @ the YWCA can be located under "Social Services" in the Blue Pages of the local telephone books.