If Waste Management did not collect your recycling, garbage or food and yard waste during last week’s snow storm, it will collect up to twice your regular amount of recycling, garbage and food and yard waste this week, which is Wednesday for most of Woodinville, according to Waste Management.
Residents with trees or branches to dispose of can place them in their Yard and Food Waste carts.
They must be trimmed to less than 4 feet in length and not exceed 4 inches in diameter. If you have more than your cart will hold, place them in cardboard boxes, paper or compostable bags, or tie them in bundles less than 3 ½ feet in any dimension as long as it doesn’t exceed 60 pounds. Alternatively, excess tree branches and limbs can be saved for the next scheduled collection day or be disposed of at the following locations (fees may apply):
- Cedar Grove Composting in Maple Valley, 425-432-2395
- Rainier Wood Recyclers in Covington, 425-222-0008
- Pacific Topsoils in Tukwila 1-800-884-7645
- Or check the King County “What Do I Do With” website at: http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/wdidw/material.asp