Winter 2013
MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020: Governor Inslee "Stay Home Stay Healthy" Proclamation
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Sell-old-cell-phoneNearly half a million cell phones are retired every day, just in the US....
unfortunately many people simply toss their unwanted phones into the garbage!

Cell phones happen to be one of the most easily recycled typed of electronics. A number of recycling companies currently reuse and recycle cell phones. There are many opportunities to recycle, donate for reuse (many ways through online offerings) or drop-off unwanted cell phones at participating retail locations (almost all consumer electronics and office supply outlets).

Go to the internet and search for “cell phone recycling” and you’ll discover endless options. To help with local drop-off opportunities you can call the city’s Recycling Coordinator at 425-771-0235, extension 1603.

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