Expect regular trash pickup on Independence Day
July 3, 2012
Issaquah customers should expect regular garbage service on Independence Day.
The holiday falls just after most city customers switch from Waste Management to CleanScapes on July 2.
Customers can continue to use existing carts. CleanScapes plans to add stickers in July to describe what can be composted and recycled.
Though the collection day is changing for some customers, the billing cycle is not changing for anyone. Customers poised for a collection day change should have received a postcard with information about the switch.
Customers with questions can call CleanScapes at 837-1234 or go to www.cleanscapes.com to learn more.
The changeover from Waste Management to CleanScapes affects most Issaquah customers. Allied Waste — a local name for national company Republic Services — hauls garbage in South Cove and Greenwood Point neighborhoods along Lake Sammamish.
CleanScapes is also renovating a space in Gilman Village for a customer service center.