Garbage & Recycling
Garbage and Recycling Collection Services
Waste Management provides independent garbage and recycling hauling services to Woodinville residents and businesses. Current rates and offered programs for the area can be found on Waste Management’s website or by calling 1-800-592-9995.
The City of Woodinville does not have a contracted solid waste or recycling hauler and, therefore, specifics about the types of services for garbage and recycling, costs, equipment, etc. are not within the City’s control. For cities like Woodinville that do not have a contracted hauler, rates and requirements are set by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC). The WUTC has established Waste Management as the solid waste and recycling hauler for our area. For more information and guidance, please visit the WUTC’s website or call their Consumer Help Line at 1-888-333-WUTC (9882).
King County offers disposal services for hazardous waste, garbage, and recycling at several facilities around the County. Information about the County’s transfer stations can be found on King County’s Solid Waste Division website. King County also offers a resource guide to find businesses that accept materials for recycling, donations, and disposal on their Disposal “What do I do with…?” Page.
As part of King County’s Solid Waste Comprehensive Plan, King County is in the process of siting a new transfer station in the Northeast region of the County which includes Woodinville. Updates on the siting process of the Northeast Recycling and Transfer Station (NERTS) can be found on King County’s NERTS Project Page.
Free household battery recycling is available at City Hall during business hours.
North King County has partnered with Waste Management of Washington, Inc. to provide curbside collection of garbage, recycling, and yard/food waste for all residents and businesses.
King County transfer stations are facilities where garbage hauling companies, businesses and King County residents can bring their waste & recycling.