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Originally published Sunday, April 20, 2008 at 12:00 AM

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Including the kitchen sink | Where to find almost anything recycled

Puget Sound area recycling and salvage resources:

Recycling and salvage resources:

The RE Store

1440 NW 52nd St.

Seattle, WA 98107

re-store.org

206-297-9119

Second Use:

7953 2nd Ave. S.

seconduse.com

206 763-6929

King County's online materials exchange

www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/exchange

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Items ranging from doors and insulation to plumbing and floor coverings. Users can place materials for sale or purchase them.

GreenTools

www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/greenbuilding

The GreenTools site of King County's Solid Waste Division includes certification programs, construction and demolition recycling and reuse, deconstruction techniques and incentives.

Earthwise, Inc. Building Salvage

www.earthwise-salvage.com/

Removes, buys and sells reusable building materials and architectural salvage. A founding member of Northwest Building Salvage Network.

2good2toss

www.2good2toss.com

Online materials exchange in counties including Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Kitsap and Thurston.

1-800-RECYCLE (732-9253)

http://1800recycle.wa.gov/

Find recycling and reuse opportunities using the online database or by calling Department of Ecology's toll-free number.

King County Construction Recycling Directory

Organized by material type, this is a guide to recycling opportunities in King County and Western Washington. www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/greenbuilding/documents/CDLguide.pdf

King County Solid Waste Division's "What do I do with ... ?"

www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/wdidw/

To find reuse, recycling and disposal options for different materials, from old appliances and tires to pesticides and packing peanuts.

Freecycle

freecycle.org

Non-profit movement of people who are giving and getting stuff for free in their own towns.

Co-op America's list of "things you didn't know you can recycle"

www.enn.com/ecosystems/article/28729/print

The Seattle Times story, September 22, 2007, on reclaiming products for your renovation or new construction:

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/realestate/2003894373_greenreuse22.html

Recyling cell phones:

www.epa.gov/cellphones/cell-recycling-locations.htm

Drop-off locations for old cell phones, PDAs, cell-phone batteries, chargers, or other accessories.

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