Where can I recycle tires in Snohomish County?
- Edmonds (North of Lake Ballinger)
- Gold Bar.
- Lynnwood (East of Hwy 99)
- South Everett. – South of 112th St SE (magenta & blue on map) – Eastmont. – Silver Lake (Including the 75th Street overpass)
- Unincorporated areas south of the Stillaguamish River.
How do I dispose of asbestos in Snohomish County?
- Accepts asbestos waste from all cities and counties. It must be double-bagged in 6-mil thickness container(s).
- Requires copy of the notification/permit from local clean air agency.
- Homeowners: Call 206-336-1365 for pricing and disposal times.
- Contractors: Call 206-652-8893 for pre-approval and pricing.
How do I dispose of paint in Snohomish County?
The Snohomish County’s Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Station in Everett accepts liquid latex paint for a fee. Bring latex paint in its original container to 3434 McDougall Avenue on Wednesday through Saturday, from 8 am to 4 pm.
How do you dispose of cooking oil in Snohomish County?
Pour cooled fats, oils and greases into a covered disposable container and throw in into your garbage. Never pour fats, oils or grease down sinks or toilets. Soak up remaining oils and grease. Before you wash dishes, scrape food scraps, fats, oils and grease into your compost or trash.
Where can I dispose of paint in Snohomish County?
How do I dispose of fluorescent tubes in Snohomish County?
Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Station
- 3434 McDougall Avenue. Everett, WA 98201-5041.
- Phone: 425-388-6050.
- Hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Is Snohomish an Indian name?
The Snohomish are a Lushootseed Native American tribe who reside around the Puget Sound area of Washington, north of Seattle. They speak the Lushootseed language. The tribal spelling of their name is Sdoh-doh-hohbsh, which means “lowland people” according to the last chief of the Snohomish tribe, Chief William Shelton.