Snohomish County Reusable Materials Exchange

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Jessica Myntti

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Recyclopedia: Compostables


About 23% of the average household’s waste is compostable kitchen scraps and yard waste. Composting turns this organic material into a valuable soil amendment that will improve the health of yards and gardens.  Garden supply stores sell composting bins and barrels.  Or call the Snohomish County Solid Waste Division for plans to build your own home composter. 

If you have yard debris collected curbside for composting you can now include your kitchen food scraps.

Clean yard debris is also accepted for composting at Snohomish County Solid Waste Transfer Stations.  Sorry, we don't accept food scraps for composting at Solid Waste Facilities.

Disposal Options:

Snohomish County Solid Waste Division
Solid Waste Management for Snohomish County


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