Waste Management Federal way

October 5, 2023

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Welcome to Waste Management

The City of Federal Way has partnered with Waste Management of Washington, Inc. to provide curbside collection of garbage, recycling and yard/food waste for all residents and businesses.
Federal Way residents have weekly collection for garbage, yard/food waste and every-other-week collection for all-in-one recycling. Collection Calendar
If your container(s) were at the curb by 7:00 am and were not emptied, please report a missed collection by clicking here or call 1 800 592-9995 (M-F 7 AM - 5 PM, SAT 9 AM - 1 PM).
Waste Management observes three annual holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas (Dec 25), and New Year's Day (Jan 1). All other holidays will not affect your collection schedule.

Weekday holidays will delay collection by one day for the remainder of the week. For example, if a holiday falls on a Thursday, Thursday customers will be collected on Friday and Friday customers will be collected on Saturday.

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For Information Call: 1 800 592-9995

The City of Federal Way offers free monthly workshops on green living. Topics range from edible gardening, rain barrels, plant identification, solar energy, climate change, green pet care and more. We hope you will join us for these free, fun and informative workshops.

All workshops will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on the second Wednesday of each month at Federal Way City Hall.

Cooking Oil Recycling
Ever wonder what to do with leftover cooking oil?

Recycle it for free at the local drop-off located in the parking lot at French Lake Dog Park (31531 1st Ave S).

Please transport cool cooking oil in a plastic jug with a secure twist-on lid. Remember to use a jug that allows for easy pouring into the on-site collection tank. Please pour oil slowly and carefully into the on-site collection tank to avoid splatter, and take containers home to retain this free public service. (Empty jugs can be rinsed out and recycled at home.)

Seattle-based General Biodiesel will collect and convert the cooking oils into eco-friendly, sustainable fuel.

Source: wmnorthwest.com

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