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Construction and Demolition: King County’s Rule

New Rules for C&D Debris Solid waste facilities in King County will no longer take construction and demotion debris. Yep, you read that right. In November King County began and new rule about construction and demolition debris. The new rule hopes to curve greenhouse emissions by falling in line with SCAP (Strategic Climate Action Plan). So where can […]

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USO: A Dusting of Mystery

We are back! We had a big of a hiatus, but have no fear! We have returned with another cool object. For those who are new to this blog, each month we find a cool object that was brought to the metal yard. First we post a small snippet of the object, give you a […]

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USO REVEAL: Deer scrap yard…

Welcome back! Today we will be revealing our unidentified scrap object. If you did not see our last blog you can see that here, and if you have no idea what I am talking about continue reading.   Our Unidentified Scrap Object is a monthly blog that we have highlighting cool things we find in […]

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USO: Scrap holds on

Welcome back to September’s Unidentified Scrap Object blog! We have all kinds of interesting and odd things come into our scrap yard every day. Each month we show you our new cool object we found. If you have seen one of our USO blogs before, you can check more out here. This month is no exception! […]

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USO REVEAL: No time like the present

Unidentified Scrap Object: Scrap Metal Yard in Snohomish   Greetings! Welcome back to our Unidentified Scrap Object blog. Each week we bring you a new and exciting object we found in our scrap metal yard in Snohomish. If you have not seen our previous post you can check it out here.   Now is the […]

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USO Snippet: It’s Time

  Welcome back to our Unidentified Scrap Object series. If you have never been to our blog before, each month we bring you a new cool object we found in our scrap yard. The first week we show you a snippet of what we found. We leave it up to you for a week to […]

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