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  1. Northshore Senior Center Northshore Senior Center Hazardous and Electronic Waste Recycling Day Hazardous and Electronic Waste Recycling Day Organized and Coordinated by: University of Washington | Bothell Beta Alpha Psi in Partnership with the City of Bothell With Funds from: The King County Local Hazardous Waste Management Program and King County Waste Reduction & Recycling Grants Organized and Coordinated by: University of Washington | Bothell Beta Alpha Psi in Partnership with the City of Bothell With Funds from: The King County Local Hazardous Waste Management Program and King County Waste Reduction & Recycling Grants Friday, April 1st, 2011 • 10 am – 2 pm Friday, April 1st, 2011 • 10 am – 2 pm ITINERARY ITINERARY Activities occurring throughout the event: •Electronics Recycling (Parking Lot) •Batteries Recycling (Parking Lot) •Medicine Return (Dining Room) •Plastic Bags Recycling (Dining Room) Come get a free reusable grocery bag! •Non-Toxic Cleaner Station (Dining Room) Find out how to make your own multi-purpose non-toxic house cleaner. Clean and sustainable! •Recycling Information with Kristin Kinder from Waste Management (Dining Room) Kristin will provide information on what is or isn’t recyclable and will be available to answer any questions. •Hazardous Waste and WasteMobile Information (Dining Room) If you have hazardous waste at home and are unsure about what to do with it, we will be happy to do research and help you figure out how to properly dispose it. After lunch, approximately 12:30 pm: •Food Scrap Demonstration (Dining Room) We will be demonstrating what foods/items can go into a food scrap box as well as offering more information on composting. Activities occurring throughout the event: •Electronics Recycling (Parking Lot) •Batteries Recycling (Parking Lot) •Medicine Return (Dining Room) •Plastic Bags Recycling (Dining Room) Come get a free reusable grocery bag! •Non-Toxic Cleaner Station (Dining Room) Find out how to make your own multi-purpose non-toxic house cleaner. Clean and sustainable! •Recycling Information with Kristin Kinder from Waste Management (Dining Room) Kristin will provide information on what is or isn’t recyclable and will be available to answer any questions. •Hazardous Waste and WasteMobile Information (Dining Room) If you have hazardous waste at home and are unsure about what to do with it, we will be happy to do research and help you figure out how to properly dispose it. After lunch, approximately 12:30 pm: •Food Scrap Demonstration (Dining Room) We will be demonstrating what foods/items can go into a food scrap box as well as offering more information on composting. Thank you for attending the event! For more information or disability accommodations regarding recycling: visit What Do I Do With…? at http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/wdidw/index.asp or call King County Solid Waste at 206.296.4466. Thank you for attending the event! For more information or disability accommodations regarding recycling: visit What Do I Do With…? at http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/wdidw/index.asp or call King County Solid Waste at 206.296.4466.