American Cashbox Recycling
911 E. Marietta Ave.
Cans, newspaper, phone
books, cardboard, X-ray film, scrap metal, car batteries, iron and
non-iron metal. http://actionrecycling.com
917 E. Trent Avenue (Trent & Hamilton intersection)American Recycling
and pays for used, non-damaged clothing, household items, baby
products. It does not buy furniture or electronic items. The items are
shipped to a distributor in Chile where the recycled items are mended
and resold to South American retailers.
Busy Bee Landfill & Wood Recycling
6203 E. Mission Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA
newspaper, cardboard, scrap metal, large appliances (stoves, microwaves,
dishwashers, refrigerators—CALL FIRST—No Freon), household batteries.
14910 W. Craig RoadCartridge World
Concrete, asphalt, glass, metal, lumber, some yard waste
(509) 927-1077, 465-8900, 489-3000Cheney Recycling Center
printer and toner cartridges,
(Cheney residents ONLY) Clark’s Recycling
100 Anderson Road
Glass, cans, newspaper, cardboard, office paper, plastic, phone books, motor oil, car batteries.
Aluminum cans, metals, newspapers, magazines, stainless steel, brass, copper.
Valley: 11913 E. First Avenue, (509) 922-2264Clean Green Recycling:
Westside Center: 1730 W. Sinto Ave. (509) 328-4086
See the Recycling information pages in the front of the Qwest phone book. Dickson Recycling
907 N. Dyer Rd Du-Mor Recycling
(509) 489-6482, 535-6146, 489-6482
Aluminum and Tin cans, iron and non-iron metal.
(509) 489-6482Earthworks Recycling
Aluminum and tin cans,
metals, newspapers, magazines, plastic bottles, paper, cardboard,
electronic waste, batteries. 6404 N. Perry St.
Accepts a wide range of
recyclable materials, and they also sell recycled items. Open Mon-Sat,
8 a.m.-5 p.m., 1904 E. Broadway Avenue (at Napa), Spokane, WA 99202.
Please call for details, or check the Web site at http://earthworksrecycling.com
They will PAY you for these items:
aluminum cans, corrugated cardboard, metals, newspapers, white office
paper, pallets, vehicle batteries, and phone books. Fairchild Air Force Base Pollution Prevention and Recycling Center
accept but NOT pay for these items: aluminum foil, books, packing
peanuts, bubble wrap, magazines, cell phones, colored office paper,
household batteries, toner and inkjet printer cartridges, and eyeglasses
& hearing aids.
They will CHARGE to recycle these
items: Large appliances, glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles (Code 1
PETE, Code 2 HDPE), mixed waste paper, steel and iron, tin cans, wood
waste, and electronic waste.
(ONLY with access to the AFB) Got Junk?
2000-A Fairchild AFB
and tin cans, glass, newspapers, phone books, magazines, paper,
cardboard, plastic bags, CODE 1 and 2 plastic, auto and household
batteries, oil, antifreeze, toner and inkjet cartridges.
Call 1-800-GOT-JUNK (national number)They charge a fee
to pick up, recycle or
donate everything they can. Usable items go to local charities; wood,
metal and paper go to recycling companies; and building materials go to
Habitat for Humanity. http://1800gotjunk.com
7203 E. Nora Ave.Medical Lake Recycling
They have pickup sites for e-waste downtown and in Spokane Valley.
851 S. Lefevre St.Pacific Steel and Recycling
Medical Lake, WA
Glass, cans, newspaper, cardboard, office paper, plastic, batteries.
1114 N. Ralph St.Rapid Refill Ink
Aluminum and tin cans,
paper (including mixed waste), cardboard, newspaper, phone books,
magazines, CODE 1 and 2 plastic, scrap iron and metal, glass, car
Printer and Toner Cartridges. Recycle Techs
1521 N. Argonne #F
Spokane Valley, WA 99212
Spokane Recycling Products
12928 E. Indiana Ave., Suite 7
Refurbishes and recycles computers and accessories. There is a small charge for computers and monitors.
M-F 10-6 and Sat 10-5http://recycletechs.com
3407 E. Main Ave.
Paper, newspaper, cardboard, aluminum and tin cans, CODE 1 and 2 plastic bottles, carpet
pads, and glass. http://spokanerecycling.com