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Waste Connections of Washington

Waste Connections of Washington

Nichole Chambers - Environmental Engineer: 360-695-4858

Yes, we accept sharps. They are free to drop off in the Recycling area. They must be in a puncture proof container that will not be returned.

Yes, Customers can drop off fluorescent light bulbs free of charge at Central Transfer and Recycling, West Vancouver Materials Recovery Center or Washougal Transfer Station during their normal business hours. Recycle up to 10 lights per day. Fluorescent bulbs that are accepted include tubes, straight (up to 8 ft. in length) or curved, Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFLs) and High Intensity Discharge Lights (HIDs).

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Yes, please see our Household Hazardous Waste service page.

We accept white block foam for recycling at all three transfer stations. Block foam must be clean and white. The correct kind of foam breaks with a snap and does not bend. We accept block or sheet foam that is used for packaging as well as food trays including take out boxes, cups, and egg cartons. Place foam in a clear plastic bag. Absolutely no food residue, stickers, tape, foam peanuts, or foam popcorn.

To recycle large quantities of block foam, please contact the transfer station beforehand.

Yes. We take TVs, computer towers and monitors.
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