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Year of Plenty

Find a recycle center near you with

 (Craig Goodwin)
(Craig Goodwin)

The site is one of those things that's so simple it's genius. You type in your item you want to recycle, your zip code and it spits out the info.

For example if you want to recylce that old computer monitor instead of dumping it in the garbage, here are the results that showed up for my zip:

Inland ReTech
0.3 mi. Municipal Location
(509) 326-1165
7203 E Nora Ave
Spokane, WA 99212
Computer Monitors Computer Recycling Televisions

Recycle Techs Computer Recycling
0.9 mi. Location
(509) 926-1605
111 North Vista Road, Building 5F
Spokane, WA 99212
Computer Monitors Computer Recycling Electronics Office Machines

Earthworks Recycling
3.6 mi. Location
(509) 534-1638
1904 East Broadway
Spokane, WA 99202
Computer Monitors #1 Plastic (PETE) #2 Plastic (HDPE Clear) #2 Plastic (HDPE Colored) Aluminum Cans Aluminum Foil Brown Glass +26 more
For residents of Spokane only.

 It appears that the info is really accurate and up to date. It has a great educational component as well.

Year of Plenty

The Year of Plenty blog was created by Craig Goodwin in the winter of 2008 to chronicle the experiences of his family as they sought to consume everything local, used, homegrown or homemade. That journey was a wonderful introduction to people and movements in the Spokane area who are seeking the welfare of the community through local foods, farmers markets, community gardens, sustainable transportation, and more fulfilling and just patterns of consumption. In 2009 and beyond the blog will continue to report on these relationships and practices, all through the eyes of a family with young children. Craig manages the Millwood Farmers' Market, is a Master Food Preserver and Pastor at Millwood Presbyterian Church. Craig can be reached at