In three years, Recology has renewed long-term contracts with the City of Des Moines, the City of Issaquah, and the Seattle Public School District. The company was also awarded new contracts with the University of Washington, the City of Mercer Island, and now the City of Tukwila. On Monday, Sept. 19, the Tukwila City Council […]
Recology sees a world without waste. This vision guides us in all that we do. As a hauler, recycler, and composter we strive to do all that we can to divert materials from landfills, and instead have them used, and reused over and over. Transforming that which is discarded into the building blocks of tomorrow. […]
Several piles of rich and earthy compost fill 10-15 acres at the facility. It all starts with your food going into the green waste bin. ABC10, Jul. 7, 2022
It will take several years to find out for sure, but the world’s fifth-largest economy will likely force changes far beyond the state’s borders. National Geographic, Jul. 7, 2022
Recology is proud to announce the release of our 2022 Sustainability Update. Learn about our advancements in resource recovery, how we’re expanding the use of renewable fuels and carbon-free electricity, and the strides we’ve made to foster a more equitable, inclusive, and transparent workplace.
California company says it helped divert 1.3 million tons of recyclable and compostable materials from landfills last year. Waste Today Magazine, Jun. 23, 2022
Inspiring many of us within Recology, and many more in our communities, with his words, Aaron was awarded the prestigious 2021 Regional Driver of the Year award from the National Waste & Recycling Association.
Recology is proud to announce that 5 Recology employee-owners were honored today at the 2022 Waste Expo conference for their outstanding safety records and commitment to the communities they serve.
Californians throw away nearly six million tons of food scraps each year, according to data from CalRecycle. A new state law that went into effect this year requires cities and counties to separate organic matter from other trash in hopes of reducing food waste in landfills. Spectrum News 1, Apr. 22, 2022\