Spring Collection event will collect city residents' waste
The 1996 Spring Special Collection Event for waste material will be held on Saturday, Mar. 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Woodinville Park & Ride at NE 179th and 140th Ave. NE.
Residents can bring uncontaminated petroleum-based products, including oil, brake fluid, steering fluid, kerosene (do not mix with antifreeze, solvents, or other substances); uncontaminated antifreeze; and car, light truck, and motorcycle tires, including studded tires.
Tires must be off rims. There is a limit of six tires per household accepted for free; after that, the fee is $8 for each large truck tire, $14 for each tractor tire (cash only).
Also accepted are lead acid batteries (no household batteries); refrigerators and freezers ($15 cash each); $20 for each household air conditioner; and appliances or scrap metal (auto parts, lawn chairs, stoves, iron, steel, aluminum and cans, brass, copper; $5 for each water heater with its insulation coating).
Residents can also bring clean scrap wood and bulky yard debris (pallets, large branches, and logs greater than six inches in diameter); and reusable household goods and textiles (clothing, furniture, and no items in need of repair or oily rags).
Items not accepted
No metals insulated by rubber, oil, or previously/currently containing chemicals, paint, or hazardous materials; no TVs, light fixture ballasts, or sealed tanks or drums.
No brush, sod, grass clippings, leaves, rocks, stumps, or painted wood; no paint, solvents, or thinners; concrete, plastic pools, hoses, or toys; no cleaning products or household chemicals; no pesticides, garbage, or window glass.
The King County Hazardous Wastemobile will be in Woodinville from May 9 through May 18 to accept paint, cleaning products, household chemicals, pesticides, solvent, and thinners.