Sustainability starts in the community. With WM as your partner, you can count on reliable service and solutions that help keep our community sustainable, clean and safe. Thank you for partnering with WM, for a sustainable tomorrow.
Snoqualmie residents have weekly collection for garbage, Single stream recycling and food / yard waste. Collection days are Mondays - Thursdays.
WM observes three annual holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day (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, collection for Thursday customers will be on Friday.
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WM offers an easy way to pay your garbage bill online.
Recycling Cart Tags
Snoqualmie and WM use "Recycling Only Oops" tag to monitor contamination in recycling carts. If a driver spots contamination in your recycling cart, the cart will be tagged, and you will be informed on proper disposal.
Our increased efforts in recycling right and reducing contamination is a result of new restrictions by China in the type of materials they will collect for recycling. We all need to do our part in helping to make recycling sustainable for years to come.
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Motor and Cooking Oil Recycling
Snoqualmie Curbside F.O.G. (Fats, Oils, Grease) Collection Program!
Guidelines for placing F.O.G. at the curb
- You may set out used motor and cooking oil for curbside collection
- Place up to 3 gallons of used fats, oils, or greases in a clear plastic screw top container. Hint: milk and cooking oil jugs work great!
- Please label with your name and address and place next to your recycling cart for colleciton on your service day
Or, Cooking Oil can be dropped off at:
Corner of Stearns Rd
and Mill Pond Rd.
Just north of the Highway 202
Snoqualmie River Bridge
Please transport cool cooking oil in a plastic jug and please pour oil slowly and carefully into the on-site collection tank to avoid splatter. Don't forget to take your empty containers home to reuse or recycle!
Seattle-based General Biodiesel will collect and convert the cooking oils into eco-friendly, sustainable fuel.