Published on October 15, 2021, Updated on January 28, 2022

Algona ewaste

1 Green Planet Electronics Recycling for the Algona, WA community

1 Green Planet offers a full range of Electronic recycling, data security, ewaste recycling Algona, WA, equipment and Enterprise IT Asset Disposition solutions for electronic waste recycling that are secure, sustainable, and responsible near Algona, WA.

Electronic waste Algona: Disposal, Pickup, Free, Recycle

Are you looking for where to recycle electronics? 1 Green Planet offers free e-waste electronic recycling pick up for companies and firms for Electronics Recycle Algona, WA for IT assets that have reached its end-of-life with a minimum of 10 IT assets from our qualified items list. Our easy scheduling, secure handling, transporting and responsible electronics recycling Algona, WA and ewaste disposal methods have helped many businesses and companies meet their electronics recycling goals. We have strict safety and security standards and certifications and licenses to make sure our e waste Algona, WA practices meet the needs of our customers. As a local business, we make sure to pay attention to the needs of our customers by fostering improved sustainability practices. Have at least 10 e waste items to electronic recycle near Algona, WA? Contact us for e waste pickup Algona, WA.

Electronics recycling for Algona, WA community –  Liquidation

Companies, businesses and organizations utilizes 1 Green Planet’s IT Asset Disposition and Electronic waste liquidation services to boost their ROI, particularly when undergoing IT asset upgrades, decommissioning and in some instances where quick capital is required. With a large volume of servers, computers, laptops, monitors and other electronic assets, companies are able to recover valuable revenue from electronic recycling efforts. If you are a company located in or nearby Algona, WA with a large amount of IT equipment that has reached its end-of-life, contact 1 Green Planet today to be your ewaste recycling partner. Rest assured, your IT assets are handled, processed, and appropriately recycled while you realized an impactful ROI to your business. We provide free equipment evaluation, quotes, and equipment pickup at no charge with quick payment dispersal.

E waste Disposal Algona FAQ

Where can I recycle electronics - Algona?

There’s no need to leave your office to electronic recycling Algona WA. You can simply Schedule a Pickup online for electronic disposal and we will come out to you.

What e waste items qualify for pickup from Algona?

We accept all electronic assets for recycling from Businesses in Algona. See our list of eWaste items we recycle. With 10 or more qualifying items your pickup is free. Let us help you with your electronic waste disposal.

Is your electronic recycling company ewaste certified for pickup from Algona?

Yes, we are r2 recycling companies Algona, WA for e waste pickup and recycling. We comply with all applicable legal requirements and other requirements to provide responsible electronics recycling and IT asset disposition. We are certified with R2:2013 (RESPONSIBLE RECYCLING©), ISO 14001:2015 (ENIRONMNETAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT), ISO 45001:2018 (OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT). we are a certified r2 escrap recycler Algona, WA. Let us take care of your next hassle-free e-waste recycling and electronics disposal.

Can I get paid for Computer recycling in Algona?

No, We do not pay out for used computer hardware and IT equipment from Businesses and companies/organizations for e recycling.

Electronic recycling center Near Algona, WA

1 Green Planet provides e waste recycling nearby.

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About Algona, WA

The City of Algona is located in King County, Washington, and is part of the Seattle metro region. It is bounded on three sides by the suburbs of Auburn and Pacific, and unincorporated King County on the west. According to the 2010 census, the population was 3,014; it is predicted to be 3,223 in 2018.

Algona and Pacific are frequently referred to jointly as Algona-Pacific or Algona/Pacific due to their proximity to the city of Pacific.

History of Algona

Algona was formed in 1955, with Ward Thomas appointed as its first mayor till the 1956 general election. Ed Solak, Ora Thompson, Herman English, Herbert Yandell, and Art Springer were the initial members of the City Council. Later in the  1950s, proposals were developed to establish a Water District due to the low water pressure and lack of fire protection provided by the old one-inch pipe. The Water District was created in 1959 as a result of an agreement with Auburn to obtain water. Residents of Algona’s south side petitioned to be annexed by Pacific rather than pay for the new water infrastructure.

1984 was a year of transition at Algona City Hall. August Shuman, the new Mayor, entered office at the same time as Margaret Grass, the long-serving City Clerk, departed after more than two decades at City Hall. Kathy Morigi was appointed Algona’s new City Clerk. From 1984 to 1988, August Shuman acted as Mayor. Algona continues to grow in population and new enterprises throughout this time period. Tharco Manufacturing Plant, which packaged foam plastics, was the very first occupant in the Auburn 400 Business Park’s Algona 90-acre section. Much of the praise for these improvements goes to the Algona Economic Development Corporation, which was formed to get tax-exempt financing for environmentally friendly firms. Additionally, during this time period, the “Algona Day Festivities” developed into a thriving community festival. Algona Days began in 1983 and held the first successful 10 K. Swamp Romp in 1985. In 1987, Algona participated in the Seattle Seafair Parade with a float.

Richard Waffle was elected Mayor of Algona in 1988. Mayor Waffle established the “Fishwrapper,” a monthly newsletter for citizens, to keep everyone updated about local events and activities. The City selected the Blue Heron as its logo, which started appearing on signage and at City Hall. The condemned brick section of the old Algona Grade School was demolished and the bricks sold for twenty cents to anyone interested in owning a piece of Algona history. The stone and some of the bricks were retained for the entrance to the John Matchett Memorial Park, and the park was enlarged as a result of the demolition. Along with new playground equipment, tennis courts, a gazebo, and a baseball field were added. (Source: algonawa.gov)