We're constantly growing and changing our inventory of building salvage, here are a few ways you can get involved and participate.
Do you have too much stuff? Is your garage full of things you thought you just couldn't part with? Got a storage unit that's costing you money? Then consider donating them to Around Again during business hours, or if need be, call to discuss free pick up options. We can help save money, gas, and time. Your donations may also be tax deductible (talk with your tax professional).
Online or at the store, Around Again's inventory will be constantly growing and changing. When a customer is looking for a specific item, an Around Again membership will insure they are contacted by e-mail when it's found.
Our society has been built on over-consumption and throwaway products. As a result, our landfills are full and closing. Our resources are dwindling and our environment is threatened.
To address these growing concerns, Around Again will offer workshops & lectures on all things sustainable, from projects using old items to alternative energy, and everything in between.
Do you have a deck, shed, barn or house to take down. Deconstruction is the process of taking down a structure that maximizes the material that can be salvaged and used locally. Around Again can get it done for you and the cost is competitive with demolition. Plus all the salvaged material can be a tax deduction. Give us a call today.
Business Waste reduction program
Around Again was created as a non-profit for you. We can help lower your waste stream, save you and your customers money all the while helping the planet. We believe strongly in what we do, call us to see how we can help you Green your business.
The best form of recycling. It always takes less energy and creates less waste to use something that is already made than to buy something new.
Finding a new use for an unwanted item. We are always looking for great projects people have done with old items. Send your pictures to email@example.com and we will post them on our website.
Recycling in Clallam County
Recycling for carboard, aluminum, glass & plastic
Starting in February 2010 a 96 gallon container will be provided at no charge to Sequim residents for recycling carboard, aluminum glass & plastic. Look for an information letter coming soon to current customers.
Regional Transfer Station 3501 W 18th st Port Angeles 360 417-4875 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
Tin, steel, Aluminum, glass, plastic, mixed paper. carboard motor oil, antifreeze, tire, metals & yard debris.
Moderate risk waste facility see www.cityofpa.us for items accepted and rules 11am-4pm Wednesdays and Saturdays
Blue Mountain Transfer station 1469 Blue Mountain Rd 360 417-4875 Mon,Wed & Sat 9am-5pm
Tin,steel cans, aluminum,glass, plastic, mixed paper, carboard motor oil & antifreeze
Stopping Junk Mail
Unused Medical drugs
Program helps keep our waterways clean by keeping medicines out of our wastewater
Jim's Pharmacy 424 E 2nd 360 452-4200
EcycleNW 101 highway & Blyn Tue - Fri: 9AM - 3 PM Sat: 9AM - 1 PM 360 681-8645
Asm signs 1327 E first st Port Angeles Wa 360 452-7785 Fee 4' and under lights .80cents each, 4'to8' $1.10each. accepted during business hours.
Midway metals higway 101 between Sequim and Port Angeles
Jim Bishop Metal recycling 417-0861