Recycling Powered by AtWork!


After more than 35 years of proud service to Issaquah and surrounding communities, the AtWork! Recycling Center has closed to the public as of Wednesday, July 1. We have deeply appreciated your patronage and support.

For information on where to take your recyclables such as paper, cardboard and more, a brief description is located below, or you can download our helpful Recycling Options flyer, or this brochure from King County Solid Waste..  Conveniently, many of the items that you used to bring to us are now collected curbside.

The Goodwill truck located at AtWork!’s Issaquah site will continue to accept: E-cycle, appliances, clothing, furniture, and other household items. For a full list of what Goodwill accepts, please visit their website. We strongly encourage the continued use of the Goodwill truck as it furthers AtWork!’s mission! If you would like to keep in touch with us directly, you can sign up for our e-newsletter here.

AtWork!’s other businesses, including Document Management, Packaging & Assembly, and Landscaping, will continue to operate out of the buildings next door. If you have any questions, please call us at 425-274-4000.



Where to take it?

The following items are accepted curbside by all haulers with no restrictions:

  • Aluminum Cans
  • Cardboard
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Mixed paper
  • Newspaper
  • Phone books/paperbacks
  • Plastic containers and bottles
  • Tin cans
  • White ledger paper

The following items are usually accepted curbside by all haulers*, but with some restrictions such as maximum size, or a small fee. Call your hauler for more information:

  • Refrigerators
  • Scrap Metal
  • Washers
  • Dryers
  • Stoves
  • Ovens

In adddition, Recology/CleanScapes accepts the following items curbside:
batteries, circuit boards, electronic scrap, fluorescent bulbs and tubes.

These items are not accepted curbside by any hauler:

  • Inkjet Printer cartridges
  • Wire and cabling

There are a variety of places that will take your recyclables that cannot be collected curbside. Contact information for these can be found in our Recycling Options flyer. In addition, you can visit King County’s “What Do I Do With” page for more detailed options.


*Who is my hauler?

Issaquah, Bothell, Carnation: Recology/CleanScapes, 425-837-1234

Duvall, Kirkland, Newcastle, Redmond, Samammish, Snoqualmie, Renton and many areas of unincorporated King County: Waste Management, 1 (800) 592-9995

Bellevue, Factoria, Fall City, North Bend, Preston: Republic Services

If you live in the City of Issaquah and do not currently have curbside service set up, visit the City’s Garbage & Recycling page for more information. Recycling is included free with your curbside trash service.

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