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Sammamish Town Center (not licensed)

April 13, 2024 Recycling Event

  • Saturday, April 13, 2024
  • 9:00AM to 3:00PM
  • Eastside Catholic School
  • Free-event

This is a joint event between the City of Sammamish and the City of Issaquah, hosted by Eastside Catholic School. 

Thank you to Eastside Catholic School, WA State Department of Ecology, King County Solid Waste Division, King County Hazardous Waste Management Program, and the E-Cycle Washington Program. 

Accepted Materials: 

All fees must be paid in cash only. All materials must be clean and dry. 


Confidential Document Shredding

This service is performed on-site. Documents are not taken to a secondary location for shredding. 

  • Limit of 4 file-size boxes per car

Styrofoam Blocks and Packing Peanuts

  • White Styrofoam blocks 
  • Packing peanuts in any color - please keep in a box or bag
  • Expanded polystyrene
  • NO urethane foam cushions, hot tub covers, expanded polypropylene or foam insulation


  • Mattresses and box springs, any size.
  • $35.00 per mattress 
  • $35.00 per box spring
  • NO furniture, frames, wet, or soiled items

Propane Tanks

  • $10.00 per residential five-gallon tank

Porcelain Toilets and Sinks

  • $25.00 per each toilet and sink.
  • Toilet seats, hardware, and base wax rings must be removed. 

Refrigerators, Freezers, Household Air Conditioner

  • $35.00 per each refrigerator, freezer, and household air conditioner

Bulky Wood

Please lay a tarp under material for ease of removal. Do not need to remove nails from wood. 

  • Tree branches (minimum 6 inches in diameter) 
  • Logs
  • Clean wood
  • Plywood
  • Pallets
  • Other untreated and unpainted wood
  • NO leaves, grass, sod, brush, sticks, painted, or stained wood

Rain Barrel, Compost, and Worm Bin Sale

The City is offering a limited number of rain barrels at a huge discount. This is to encourage the use of recycled content material and more efficient use of water.  In addition, start backyard composting with a compost bin to save resources and money. Composting is a natural process that turns yard waste into rich soil. Yard waste contains mostly water. Once the material decomposes, rich soil is all that’s left. Worm bin composting is an efficient way to convert kitchen scraps into nutrient-rich compost for your garden. Simple to assemble and can be stored in or outside. Items are made from recycled plastic.

All rain barrels, compost bins, and worm bins are $25 each. Cash only. No pre or post-event sales. Please provide exact change for user fees.