Island InkJet - http://www.islandinkjet.com/whatweoffer
Help save our landfills by recycling your used ink cartridges. Most empty cartridges, regardless of brand, may be refilled in less than 30 minutes. Find a list of store locations, as well as information on why the recycling of ink cartridges is important for our environment.
King County Online Materials Exchange - http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/exchange/index.asp
The goal of this online exchange program is to help keep reusable items out of the waste stream. Anyone may browse through the listings and purchase reusable items. You’ll need to set up an account. Listings include household items, reusable building materials and information on garage and yard sales.
Medicine Take Back Program - http://www.medicinereturn.com
Learn how to safely dispose of unwanted and expired medications for free. The Medicine Take Back Program is a group of local Group Health Cooperative pharmacies and clinics that will take back your unwanted medications and dispose of them properly.
National Recycling Coalition - http://nrc-recycle.org
The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) is committed to improving recycling programs in the U.S. and reinvigorating recycling among consumers. Under the direction of the NRC, grocery, food and beverage producers and retailers are engaged in major initiatives to maximize the potential of recycling programs nationwide.
Patagonia Common Threads Garment Recycling for High-tech Outdoor Wear - http://www.patagonia.com/web/us/patagonia.go?assetid=1956
Learn about Patagonia’s Common Threads Garment Recycling Program, which allows customers to return worn out Capilene® Performance Baselayers for recycling. They’ve now added Patagonia fleece, fleece from other manufacturers and Patagonia organic cotton T-shirts to the list of recyclables.
Rapid Refill Ink - http://www.rapidrefillink.com
This site encourages you to take your used ink cartridges to a Rapid Refill store for re-manufacturing. Find information about the toxicity of ink cartridges, as well as current recycling methods. A store locator will help you find a nearby store.
Recycle City - http://www.epa.gov/recyclecity
This site is full of games, activities, graphics and facts about recycling. The Web site is a project of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 9 office, in San Francisco.
Resource Venture - http://resourceventure.org/rv/issues/waste/find-a-recycler/index.php
The Resource Venture's recycling database provides numerous referrals to help Seattle businesses find recycling and donation options for used materials.
Seattle Public Utilities – Recyclable Items - http://seattle.gov/util/Services/Recycling/Recyclable_Items
This site provides the latest guidelines for recyclable items, plus information on yard waste and composting. Under the “About Us” tab you’ll find information on the city of Seattle’s Recycling & Waste Reduction Study, Garbage System and other waste programs and studies.
Seattle Solid Waste Recycling, Waste Reduction, and Facilities Opportunities Report - http://www.seattle.gov/util/stellent/groups/public/@spu/@usm/documents/webcontent/spu01_002544.pdfhttp://www.seattle.gov/util/stellent/groups/public/@spu/@usm/documents/webcontent/spu01_002547.pdf
This two-volume report was prepared for the Seattle City Council and Seattle Public Utilities. It concludes a five-month study that looks at recycling in Seattle and the need for renovated or new solid waste recycling and disposal stations.