King County Department of Natural Resources

Full Circle has served the King County Dept. of Natural Resources – Solid Waste Division on numerous, diverse projects, including:

  • Coordination of the Northwest Product Stewardship Council and associated subcommittees (batteries, mercury, paint, and pharmaceuticals
  • Retail Apparel Product Stewardship Program
  • Carpet infrastructure and market development
  • Green Schools
  • Take Back Your Meds/ PH:ARM (Pharmaceuticals from Households: A Return Mechanism)

Related Projects

King County Green Schools Program

Pencils Colored Circle

We provided direct technical assistance to King County’s Green Schools Program—now comprising over 400 schools and 11 school districts. Participating schools receive recognition for improving

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Battery Product Stewardship

Batteries Field

At times energizing, at times draining, work toward expanded recovery of rechargeable and single-use batteries is slowly charging ahead. Nationwide, industry-sponsored recovery programs for rechargeable

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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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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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