King County Master Recycler Composter Program

Joint Manor Club and Shore Club Meeting
May 3rd at 7:00 PM
Todd Residence 3910 S. 192nd Street (Post 78)

The Angle Lake Shore Club in partnership with the Angle Lake Manor Club will host a joint membership meeting on May 3rd at 7:00 PM where invited representatives from the King County Solid Waste Division will present information on recycling to assist increasing awareness of the benefits of recycling and reveal new methods to help increase waste reduction.

The King County Recycle More program provides a thorough introduction to residential composting and recycling standards for King County residents. The presentation walks through what recycling and composting looks like in King County, data around King County’s recycling efforts, explain why we should recycle more, share ideas on how we can recycle more, the basics of what we can and cannot recycle, and useful resources where one can research these topics further. 

Information will be available at the meeting for you to take home for future reference: 
  • Food scrap tip cards, in English and Spanish
  • Curbside recycling and food scraps one-sheets, in English and Spanish
  • Recycle More Facebook tip cards
  • Go Green card
  • Compostable bag samples
  • Your Recycling, Yard Waste, Food Scraps, Garbage magnetic guides
Light snacks will be provided plus we plan to raffle off a couple of the nice compostable containers, either stainless steel or ceramic.  No purchase necessary, must be present to win.

We encourage all residents to attend this meeting for an opportunity to visit with your neighbors and together discover the numerous new opportunities we can take advantage of to reduce our disposal expenses while improving our environment.

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