What You Can Bring

Recycling Stations open to EVERYONEdecorative line image

No pass or proof of Redmond city-limit residency is required to drop off materials at the following stations. Event rules and regulations will be strictly applied to all event participants.

ENTRY & CHECKPOINT
Entry

Greeters will verify the acceptance of materials and proof of Redmond city-limit residency for resident only stations.  Please read the following information carefully and follow the rules and restrictions, which are strictly enforced.

FOOD/CASH DONATION
Station 1

Hopelink will collect nonperishable food for those in need in our community. Possible foods: canned tuna fish, pasta, canned fruit, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, cereal, baby food, canned or jarred tomato products, and nonperishable juice. A cash donation, however, makes the biggest impact. Please write your donation check payable to Hopelink. Thanks!​

Red Tag Lane 


BIKES, TRICYCLES, & SKATEBOARDS

Redmond Rotary Club of Redmond will accept all reusable/repairable bikes and working scooters/skateboards. All collected items will be donated "as is" or after repairs to needy families on the Eastside and projects in Africa.

PLASTIC PLANT CONTAINERS

Black rigid and round plastic containers only. Unbroken without cracks. Accepting only: 1 gallon (6.5 inches in diameter & 7 inches in height); 2 gallon (8.5 inches in diameter & 8.5 inches in height); and, 5 gallon (11 inches in diameter & 12 inches in height). Please rinse them clean. 

BATTERIES

Lead acid batteries: car, truck, marine and motorcycle. All household batteries (both regular and rechargeable). Please sort according to types: alkaline, Ni-CD, NI-MH, etc.

LASER/INK JET CARTRIDGES, CELL PHONES & PAGERS

ALL laser/ink cartridges used in printers or fax machines. The vendor will pay $1.00 each for most VIRGIN cartridges and for most working cell phones. Previously recharged cartridges will not be bought back but will be accepted for recycling free of charge. If you have a large amount of any of these items, call PCR at 1-800-654-6072.

TIRES

Light truck, car and motorcycle tires. Bias, steel belted and studded tires are okay. Free for first 6 off-rim tires; $1.50 for each additional and $2.00 for every on-rim tire. Pay at the drop-off with checks ONLY payable to: 'City of Redmond'

Green Tag Lane - Type I Stations
Open to All

HOUSEHOLD GOODS

Clothing, textiles including rags, books, furniture, etc. Adult bikes in good shape, requiring no repair. Furniture items must be reusable as is. Tax receipts available. Any items that need repair will be accepted as Bulky Garbage. 

REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS & AIR CONDITIONERS

Household units ONLY.  Each unit cost is $20.00 (cash only) at drop off.  The fee is for the safe removal and disposal of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC coolants) from those units. 

ELECTRONICS

Anything electronically wired or battery-operated (including flashlights) EXCEPT TVs, monitors and computers (the "Big Three") which will be collected for free at Mitronics or curbside (see Electronics).

APPLIANCES / SCRAP METALS

Any metal, auto parts, metal lawn furniture, mowers (drain all fluids), BBQ stoves, appliances (stoves, microwaves, dishwashers, washers/dryers, hot water tanks), metal-framed doors/windows, screen doors, exercise/gas powered equipment. $5 cash for each butane, propane, freon, or helium tanks.  Any cans that contain chemicals are not allowed but accepted through King County's Hazardous Waste Program:  Haz-Mat

MATTRESSES

All mattresses and box springs will be collected as recyclable items.  A fee of $15 (cash only) for each piece is charged to process and recycle either the mattress or box spring.

 


2017 Fall
Recycling &
Collection Event

OCTOBER 14, 2017

Hours:
9:30 am to 4:00 pm
(No vehicles admitted
after 4:00 pm)

Location:
18120 NE 76th Street
(City of Redmond Maintenance Operation Center)

Styrofoam Event


JUNE 17, 2017

Hours:
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
(No vehicles admitted
after 2:00 pm)

Location:
18080 NE 76th Street
(City of Redmond Maintenance Operation Center)