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Solid Waste & Recycling Services
What the City does
The City of Arlington provides cost effective and customer friendly solid waste and recycling collection services through an agreement with Waste Management Northwest, along with public education and outreach activities that promote reduction of waste and reuse of recyclable materials. The City requires all citizens to subscribe to a waste collection service, even if they do not receive a City utility bill for water and/or sewer services.
The Public Works Utilities Division also contracts with a consultant to be a customer assistance liaison. They provide consumer education and encourage recycling to reduce the volume of solid waste the city generates. We also work with Code Enforcement to offer annual or semi-annual household clean-up opportunities, including collection of recyclable and hazardous wastes.
Waste Management Northwest
Waste Management 2021 Annual Report
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Contact Waste Management Northwest at 800-592-9995 or through their website.
New rates are effective September 1, 2022.
- Contact Waste Management Northwest at 800-592-9995.
- If you have specific questions about recycling, email Solid Waste and Recycling.
- To report suspected code violations involving unsanitary accumulations of solid waste, contact the City Code Enforcement Officer at 360-403-3457.
- Contact the Public Works Utilities Division at 360-403-3526 for general questions or if you need additional assistance.
Snohomish County Transfer Station
North County Recycling and Transfer station is located at 19600 63rd Avenue NE, Arlington.
County Transfer stations are no longer accepting electronic recycling in the recycling area. You may request a list of outside collection locations at any Solid Waste facility or call 425-388-3425.
For the most up-to-date service information, please visit the Snohomish County website
SOLID WASTE NEWS & UPDATES
- March 28, 2023 - As part of continuous improvement efforts, wm.com self-service and WM call center operations will be temporarily unavailable starting Friday, April 21, 2023, at 7 p.m. Pacific Time and will resume service Sunday, April 23, 2023, at 4 p.m. Pacific Time. The outage will allow for critical system upgrades and is unavoidable. During the outage an automated message will instruct callers to please call back Monday morning, April 24, during normal business hours for their issue to be addressed.
The temporary outage of wm.com self-service and our call center availability will have no impact on your trash and recycling service.
For updates and more details, please visit:
Customers who plan to visit Solid Waste facilities can check the lines on the county website: https://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/5431/Check-the-Lines