- Drop off centers
- Recyclable Items
Find where to recycle everything at Where Seattle Recycles.com!
Costco has an online Electronics Trade-in Program. You can trade-in laptops, cell phones, LCD Monitors, Digital Cameras, MP3 Players, Blu-Ray Players, Gaming Systems ... for Costco Cash Cards. The program is through Gazelle.
Goods for the Planet is an e-cycle drop-off center located in Queen Anne at 525 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109. They're open 7 days a week and have a parking lot free for customers. They do charge for recycling for some items.
V&G Styro Recycle is a business that provides services for recycling styrofoam. They have a free drop off location and a pick-up service for local businesses.
Styrofoam can be recycled. It can be re-used as packing material or recycled to create new plastic products. The styrofoam that can be recycled will have the recycling image with either #6 or EPS. You'll find it used as packaging for new electronic products, appliances, computers, monitors, furniture. It's also commonly used for picnic and shipping coolers.
IKEA has a recycling center where they accept used light bulbs and styrofoam.
Nike recycling options for old athletic shoes. Options include drop off boxes at local stores, mailing option (need to pay for postage) and shoe recycling event drives.
Hearing aids can be recycled. They will be given to someone with hearing loss who can't afford to purchase a hearing aid.
Recycle plastic bottle caps with Aveda.