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Wastemobile household hazardous waste collection coming to Renton, Oct. 11-13
Renton-area residents can safely dispose of old car batteries, used motor oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost by visiting the Wastemobile, Oct. 11-13.

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Help shape the next wave of actions to cut climate pollution and build resilience in King County at upcoming workshops
Workshops in Bellevue, Seattle and Des Moines this October are opportunities for King County residents to share their ideas and shape priorities for the next wave of climate action as the county updates the King County Strategic Climate Action Plan.

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Highland Park Elementary and RainWise team up to keep pollution out of Puget Sound
Come celebrate with students, parents and staff in partnership with the RainWise program the new rain garden and cisterns installation at Highland Park Elementary School on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The new installation will collect nearly 50,000 gallons of rain from the school’s roof, helping to maintain capacity in the combined sewer-stormwater system and providing a summertime irrigation source.

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Wastemobile household hazardous waste collection comes to Redmond, Oct. 4-5
Residents of Redmond, Kirkland and nearby communities can safely dispose of old car batteries, used motor oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost by visiting the Wastemobile when it visits the area, Oct. 4-5.

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Apply for White Center grants to reduce waste, improve community health; preproposal meeting Sept. 26
King County will host a preproposal meeting to answer questions about its Zero Waste Grant on Thursday, Sept. 26. Up to $40,800 in grant funding is available for community-driven projects to help businesses and residents in unincorporated White Center cut down on waste, reduce exposure to toxic materials, and increase recycling.

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‘Salmon SEEson’ returns: Spot fish coming home to King County rivers and streams
Salmon are coming home to spawn in King County’s rivers and streams – find details on where to watch these Pacific Northwest icons on the Salmon SEEson website.

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Wastemobile household hazardous waste collection comes to Bothell, Sept. 13-15
Bothell-area residents can safely dispose of old car batteries, used motor oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost by visiting the Wastemobile, Sept. 13-15.