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Welcome to Republic Services in Bellevue

Your local team at Republic Services is devoted to meeting your needs every day. We’re dedicated to providing cost-effective garbage collection, recycling and solid waste disposal solutions for your home, business or government entity.


Customer Service Call Center
Residential: 425-452-4762
Commercial: 425-646-2492
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday 8am-4pm

In-City Recycling Drop-off Center
Located at Republic Services Customer Care Center
1600 127th Ave NE, Bellevue WA 98005
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm, Saturday 10am to 4pm
Accepted Items for Drop Off*

*Expired car seats currently can no longer be accepted for drop off recycling or for curbside pick-up for City of Bellevue residents. This is due to recent market changes resulting in a lack of options to recycle car seat materials.



Bellevue Residential Information

Visit the links below for more information about services and events in your area.

Rates & Schedules

Schedule a pickup, find your rates, pay your bill, discover new services - and make a difference. Download a printable guide that shows what goes in your cart along with helpful schedules for pickup. You can get all the answers you need about schedules, rates, and guidelines fit for your area.




Guidelines

Recycling, Organics, and Garbage Brochures

In order to better serve all of our customers we offer our recycling posters and guidelines in 7 different languages in addition to English. We strive to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information we can to our customers. The posters below offer valuable information about garbage, organics, recycling, expanded recycling, call for pick-up and hazardous waste guidelines.



Commercial Recycling Posters

Bellevue Resident Resources

It’s not just what we haul away, but the value we add to your experience and bottom line. Rely on our Republic Services team to align with your goals for waste and recycling program success.

Every year, Americans recycle more than 87 million tons. Unfortunately, not everything placed in a recycle bin is ready to be recycled. Sometimes, perfectly good items (like paper) are ruined because other items are wet or soiled. Contaminated recycling hurts the environment. What can you do? Remember: Empty, Clean, Dry

Empty, Clean, Dry

Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to your questions about Republic Services waste and recycling services for Bellevue.

How much food and yard waste can I put out and not be charged extra?

Six 32-gallon units (for example, one 96-gallon food and yard waste container, plus three extra Kraft bags or 32-gallon cans).

Can I recycle plastic grocery bags?

The best way to recycle your plastic bags and plastic film is to bundle them clean and dry in one bag and bring them back to a store that collects them for recycling. Visit King County's Bag Your Bags – Bring 'Em Back! website for plastic bag and film recycling guidelines and for participating retail locations, by city.

Is Styrofoam recyclable?

Styrofoam must be bagged and placed in the garbage. Single-family and multi-family residents can drop off Styrofoam blocks at the In-City Recycling Center.

What do I do with food scraps if I don’t have a food and yard waste container?

Residential customers all have green food and yard containers to compost food scraps and yard debris. If you live in an apartment, condo, or are looking to add organics service for your business, please have your property manager or the account holder request an organics container. Organics service is embedded in the fee for garbage. Please call 425-646-2492 to request up to two 96 gallon organics containers per garbage dumpster at no additional charge.

Where is the transfer station?

Click here to link to King County Transfer Station website.

Can I recycle plastic pots? (Used for plants)

Yes. Clean them (no dirt) and place in your blue recycle container.

What numbers are recyclable?

Not all plastics with a number are recyclable – go by shape instead of looking at the number. You can recycle plastic bottles, tubs, jugs, and cups.

What is the hazardous waste fee?

It is a Washington State mandatory fee.

How many months am I billed for?

Every 3 months for a single-family customer, and monthly for multi-family and commercial customers.

Can I put deceased small animals in the garbage?

Double bag and place in garbage. Animal must weight 15 pounds or less.

What do I do with shredded paper?

Put in clear tied plastic bag with secure knot and put into recycle OR place (unbagged) in your food and yard waste container

Can animal waste go in the food and yard waste container?

No, it needs to be bagged and placed into the garbage container (double bagged, preferred).

What time do I have to have my containers out?

7:00 am

What holidays will affect my pick up day?

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
If your collection falls on or after that day during the collection week, your pick-up day will shift to the following day, excluding Sundays.

(If New Year’s Day falls on Monday, those normally collected on Monday will be collected on Tuesday; Tuesday customers will be collected on Wednesday; Wednesday customers will be collected on Thursday; Thursday customers will be collected on Friday, and   Friday customers will be collected on Saturday.)

Can I put wood waste in the food and yard waste container and how much?

Small amounts of untreated wood can go into your food and yard waste container

Are window glass and mirrors recyclable?

No. They must be bagged and placed in your garbage container.

Are plastic CD covers recyclable?

No. Neither is the CD itself.

What do I do with excess yard waste and dirt, rock or sod?

Pacific Topsoils takes excess yard waste, dirt, rock and sod.

What should I do with mattresses?

Mattresses can be scheduled for a special pickup for a fee, call Republic Services at 425-452-4762 for a quote and to schedule a pickup. Mattresses and box springs (up to 6 per customer per day) can also be disposed at any King County Transfer Station, or they can be recycled through a pilot program at select Transfer Stations: Factoria, Shoreline, Bow Lake in Tukwila, Vashon, and Enumclaw. Visit http://kingcounty.gov/depts/dnrp/solid-waste/programs/linkup/mattresses.aspx for more information.

What should I do with fluorescent tubes and bulbs?

Wrap securely in newspaper secured with tape or place bulbs in closed plastic bags and label, “Fluorescent Tubes” (or bulbs). Call 425-452-4762 to schedule curbside pickup. You can also take them to Republic Services’ Customer Care & Recycling Drop-off Center at 1600 127th Ave NE, Bellevue. Limit: 2 per collection, maximum 10 per year. Tubes must be no longer than 4 feet.

What should I do with appliances?

Call 425-452-4762 for special curbside pickup. Fees apply to large appliances. Small appliances (2ft x 2ft x 2ft or smaller and less than 60 lbs.) can also be taken to Republic Services’ Customer Care & Recycling Drop-off Center at 1600 127th Ave NE Bellevue. Consider getting small appliances fixed for free at a King County repair café. Visit kingcounty.gov/depts/dnrp/solid-waste/programs/ecoconsumer/repair-events.aspx for more information. ​

Contact Information

Residential:425-452-4762
Commercial:425-646-2492

 

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