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Zero Waste by 2030
King County is working to achieve zero waste by 2030, diverting any materials that can be recycled or reused out of the landfill and back into another, more productive purpose.
According to their website and a local study, nearly one million tons are taken to the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill each year, but 750,000 tons could be recycled, upcycled, remanufactured, or never sent towards the trash in the first place. You can start now to decrease your home waste by an average of 30% through composting your home food scraps in the curbside program for Seattle residents.