Solid waste self-haul customers required to verify residence in King County’s service area

April 29-While King County’s Solid Waste Division recycling and garbage transfer stations remain open for critical disposal services during Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, the division strongly urges self-haul customers to postpone all non-essential visits to its facilities and support the statewide effort to slow the spread COVID-19. King County transfer stationsContinue reading “Solid waste self-haul customers required to verify residence in King County’s service area”

Solid Waste Fee Increase On Its Way

Every year the City of SeaTac’s solid waste contract allows for a cost of living adjustment equal to 75% of the CPI-W. This year that amount is a 1.26% rate increase. King County is also implementing a Hazardous Waste fee increase from $4.99/ton to $5.25/ton. The total solid waste fee increase will be $1.61 perContinue reading “Solid Waste Fee Increase On Its Way”