Debra Sinick

Got Electronic Gadgets? Think Free Recycling in Kirkland, WA

In Kirkland News on July 7, 2010 at 12:20 pm

Old Electronics Ready for Recycling

If you’ve got electronics taking up space in your home or garage, and we know we all do, this Saturday is a change to recycle all sorts of things for FREE here in Kirkland.

Besides getting rid of your electronics responsibly, the money earned by 1 Green Planet for recycling is used to help support food banks and the homeless, so you can do good on two fronts by recycling.

Saturday, July 10th
9 am to 3 pm
Kirkland Congregational Church
106 Fifth Ave.

1 Green Planet , a local non-profit recycling organization, will be recycling computers, electronics, appliances, scrap metal, and a more!  And did I say for FREE?

Computers & parts (secure data destruction included)
Fax Machines
Record Players
Game Systems
TV’s all sizes
Christmas Tree Lights
Anything with a plug!
Appliances, any size, no limit
Car Batteries
Computer Batteries
Medical Equipment
Ink toner & cartridges

Scrap Metals including:
Exercise equipment
Lawn mowers (please empty gas & oil)

1 Green Planet uses the proceeds from the recycled goods to help support education and training programs, local food banks, homeless shelters, hospitals, and more. Tax-deductible donations to the church for hosting this event will also be gratefully accepted.

Not able to make this Saturday’s event? 1 Green Planet is open 6 days a week down in Issaquah.
If you have any questions about what items can be recycled please
or call 253-638-1536
or 206-406-6319


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