Snohomish County The Goodwill accepts clothing and shoe donations at multiple locations in Snohomish and other Washington counties. King County The King County Threadcycle Program includes drop off locations for used clothing and shoes – even damaged items – in any condition except wet, mildewed or contaminated… Read More »Clothing and Shoes
Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) and fluorescent tubes must be recycled, or taken to a household hazardous waste facility due to the mercury they contain. Lowe’s has drop-off bins for recycling compact fluorescent light bulbs (along with rechargeable batteries, cell phones, and plastic bags). Snohomish County’s… Read More »Light Bulbs
You can recycle used motor oil at most auto part stores. Snohomish County’s Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Station will take used motor oil. It is also accepted at Recycling and Transfer Stations and Drop Box sites.
Household electronics The following items: Televisions Computer Monitors Desktop Computers Laptops Cell Phones Can be recycled at E-Waste drop-off locations in Lynnwood, Everett, and Mount Vernon. E-Waste, LLC is a Washington State certified E-Cycle Collector, Transporter, and Processor. Pacific Power Batteries has drop-off recycling for… Read More »Electronics
Here are some recycling and disposal options for different types of batteries in the Snohomish County area: Rechargeable batteries Home Depot has partnered with Call2Recycle, a non-profit battery recycling program. You can recycle rechargeable batteries free by placing them in Call2Recycle bins at the store.… Read More »Batteries