Northwest NEWS

July 31, 2000

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Duvall holds special recycling collection day

The city of Duvall will hold a special recycling collection/cleanup day/refrigerator roundup at Taylor Landing Park along SR-203 on Saturday, August 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
   All King County households are invited to participate because the event is funded by grants from King County Local Hazardous Waste Management Program and King County Solid Waste Management Division.
   Accepted at the site will be scrap metal‹hot water tanks, stoves, microwaves, washers, dryers, cast iron sinks and tubs, iron, steel, auto parts, lawn mowers‹all materials must have fuel and oil removed; refrigerators and freezers‹$10 each will be charged for safe removal of coolants; tires‹first four passenger tires free, more than four- $1 each-$1 more if tire on rim; batteries‹car, truck, marine; used motor oil and filters; antifreeze; reusable textiles and household goods for St. Vincent de Paul; plastic plant pots‹unbroken, sorted, without soil; styrofoam loose packing fill in bags.
   This is the last special recycling collection in the Lower Valley this year. The final 2000 collection is tentatively scheduled for Snoqualmie in September.
   For information, call the recycling coordinator in Duvall at 425-788-1185 before loading.