City of Seattle

Full Circle has served the City of Seattle's Public Utilities Division on numerous, diverse projects, including:

  • Support for the Northwest Product Stewardship Council
  • Retail Apparel Product Stewardship Program
  • Carpet infrastructure and market development
  • Transfer station survey
  • Post-consumer ceramics & non-container glass

In addition, David Stitzhal was appointed to the Seattle Solid Waste Advisory Committee under the Norm Rice administration and served several years, including time as Chair.

Related Projects

Post-Consumer Ceramics & Non-Container Glass Market Development

Ceramic Jugs

Full Circle researched market expansion opportunities for recycling post-consumer ceramics and non-container glass, both of which present disposal problems for area thrift stores and other

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The Case for Waste Prevention: A Guide for Legal Professionals

Gavel Close Up

“This guidebook—written by lawyers for lawyers—is concise, well-written, and full of creative ideas about waste prevention,” said a Seattle City Council member of this guide.

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Multi-Family Property Manager Recycling Practices Survey

Apartment Block

Full Circle Environmental was gratified, as always, to partner with the highly-regarded Elway Research on the first statewide survey to explore recycling at multi-family properties.

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Carpet Processing, Recovery & Economic Development

Carpet Rolls Stacked

Early in this century, Full Circle’s David Stitzhal represented the Northwest Product Stewardship Council at a groundbreaking series of national stakeholder meetings. The assembled group

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Pharmaceuticals: Take Back Your Meds

Pill Bottle Spilling Red

Take Back Your Meds is a group of over 270 organizations in Washington State demanding a statewide program for the safe return and disposal of

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Northwest Product Stewardship Council Coordination

Table Globe & Stars

This NW institution has long demonstrated the creativity and effectiveness of local and state government to originate, refine and bring to life the critical policy

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