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Yes. A lawnmower is considered scrap metal and you can recycle it at the Shoreline Recycling & Transfer Station. You must drain all fluids and remove any batteries before you bring it to the station for recycling.
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No. More details about the upcoming shred event are available on the Community Shredding Event page. Additional options are available at your local office supply/copy center or your credit union/bank for shredding resources, purchase a personal shredder, or check the Washington State Attorney General's website for information about shredding events in Washington.
You can request two vouchers per household, per year. We do not replace lost or stolen vouchers and you can only use one voucher per trip to the Shoreline Recycling & Transfer Station. There are a limited number of vouchers available per year.
King County requires all customers to show proof they live or do business within King County's 37-city and unincorporated service area, which includes all of Bothell, both the Snohomish County and King County portions of the city. You must have the voucher with you and present it to the cashier at the time of the transaction.
We promote the event in the Bothell Bridge quarterly newsletter, City website and social media. You can request your voucher at the Recology Store in Bothell at Canyon Park Place between QFC and Bartell's. You can also request your vouchers online.
It's important to request your voucher early.
Each voucher has a value of $30.00 to cover recyclable materials and/or yard waste.
Yes, this event is for residential (non-commercial) properties that are located in the City limits of Bothell.
Restrictions: Remove all fluids (gasoline, fuel, and oil) from lawnmowers, auto parts, and grills. Remove batteries from any items you are recycling. No propane tanks will be accepted.
Shoreline Recycling & Transfer Station2300 N 165th St. Shoreline, WA
No. This is a recycling event and garbage is not covered by the voucher. If you bring garbage to the event, you are responsible for covering the cost of disposal.