A great guide is available on the Recology website. You can also drop off various “hard to recycle” items at the Recology store in Gilman Village including household batteries, small appliances, electronics, latex paint, Styrofoam and more.
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There are lots of options for leaving your car at home or taking a Salmon Friendly Trip! The Route 200 bus circles through town and is free to ride. Issaquah also has lots of walking and biking trails or you can find a carpool or vanpool match on RideshareOnline. You can learn more on our Salmon Friendly Trips website.
Recology provides service for all of Issaquah. Call 425-837-1234 to set up service.
Compostable material includes food scraps and yard waste. A great guide is available on the Recology website.
At this time, there are no drop off locations for compost for residents that do not have service.