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Commercial Recycling

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Commercial and Industrial

Waste Management offers tailored services for businesses of all types and sizes.


Kirkland businesses may recycle cardboard, paper, glass bottles/jars, plastic bottles/ jugs, steel cans, aluminum cans and food scraps at no extra cost as part of your garbage service.

Waste Management will provide recycling service for up to 150% the volume of your current garbage dumpster at no additional cost. For example, if your business has a 4-yard garbage dumpster, you are eligible to receive up to a 6-yard recycling container at no additional charge!

Food Scrap Recycling

Up to 2 64-gallon food waste collection carts will be provided to participating Kirkland businesses at no additional cost on garbage bills.

Call 425-587-3812 for more information.

Garbage Collection

Regardless of your company's size or industry we can create a custom waste pickup program that meets your needs and helps protect the environment.

Construction, Demolition and Landclearing Projects

Get your construction job done right with innovative solutions, time-tested expertise and the reliability of the nation's largest environmental solutions network.


  • Front Load Containers: 1 to 8 yard with wheels and metal or plastic lids.

  • Roll-off Drop Boxes: 10 to 50 yards. 100-yard chassis/trailers for large jobs.

  • Compactors: Stationery and self-contained compactors condense garbage or recycling, provide security, reduce litter, and keep out rodents. Storage Containers: 20 and 22 feet; ideal for security at job sites.
Waste Management offers a full range of custom disposal services.

More information

Please contact Waste Management Customer Service or 1-800-592-9995 (M-F 7 AM - 7 PM, SAT 9 AM - 1 PM) for more information.

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