Take It Back Network - http://takeitbacknetwork.org
This network is comprised of a group of retailers, repair shops, nonprofit organizations, waste haulers and recyclers that offer convenient options for recycling certain products that should not be disposed of in the trash. The network was developed to provide consumers with safe and convenient reuse and recycling options for products that contain toxic or hazardous materials.
ThrowPlace: The Internet’s Landfill Alternative - http://www.throwplace.com/
Give away your excess goods to others who can reuse them by listing items on this site. Every item listed on Throwplace is free. Global Businesses and individuals may list excess inventory, possessions or goods for donation. Charities, businesses or individuals registered with Throwplace may search the site.
Washington State Recycling Association - http://www.wsra.net
The Washington State Recycling Association supports the recycling industry and promotes recycling in Washington State. WSRA is a nonprofit and membership is open to all interested parties. Offerings include bi-monthly newsletters, quarterly workshops, an annual recycling conference, Recycler of the Year awards and legislative advocacy.
What Do I Do With…? - http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/wdidw/index.asp
Have you ever bought a new appliance and wondered how to get rid of your old one? Every day, King County residents and businesses run across unwanted items that make them wonder, "What do I do with this?" This site, from the King County Solid Waste Division, was designed to answer those questions.
WirelessRecycling.com - http://wirelessrecycling.com/home/index.html
Help the environment and the planet by recycling your old cell phone. This site lists local donation centers, as well as how to start a local cell phone collection program as a charity fundraiser.