Christmas and New Year’s Day reminder for Waste Management customers in King County

  • Tuesday, December 17, 2019 11:54am
  • Business

There will be no service for Waste Management customers in King County and cities in the county on Wednesday, Dec. 25, Christmas Day and Wednesday, New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.

Following each holiday, customers will receive service one day later than normal. Collection for Wednesday customers will be Thursday; collection for Thursday customers will be Friday; collection for Friday customers will be Saturday.

For year-round holiday schedules and other information on Waste Management services, please visit wmnorthwest.com and select your service area from the dropdown menu.

Christmas tree recycling

Waste Management customers with yard waste service may recycle unflocked Christmas trees in curbside yard waste carts. Just cut trees so all parts will fit in the carts, allowing lids to close completely. Remember to remove all lights and decorations. To recycle your tree with a local service organization, search online for specifics.

The cities of Auburn, Kirkland, Federal Way and Redmond have curbside tree collection. Visit wmnorthwest.com and select your service area from the dropdown menu.


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