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5/9
Did you know that if your toilet was manufactured before 2004, you may be eligible for a free or rebated toilet? It’s true! Toilets are the biggest water user in most homes. By replacing an older toilet, you can help save water every day and [...]
4/28
SEATTLE (April 28, 2022) – Seattle City Light (SCL) and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) today announced new flexible payment plans and expanded assistance for customers who are struggling to pay their bills. Customers are urged to visit [...]
4/26
When it comes to your home’s toilet, you likely don’t think about it too often as long as it’s working the way it should. For many of us, that’s the case. But toilets age and over time, they do need to be replaced. How can you [...]
4/26
Contributed by Nico Onoda-McGuire, Solid Waste Advisory Committee member & Seattle Resident Seattle’s vision of a zero waste future builds toward an inclusive and circular economy, where all materials with value are reused or recycled, and [...]
4/25
SPU and Reuse Seattle are Partnering to bring Reusable rCups to Live Music venues. Building upon the successful existing system in Seattle of collecting recyclables and compost, a new frontier is on the horizon for Seattle – Reuse. As more is [...]
4/18
It’s a busy Friday afternoon at Soos Creek Elementary. Students whisper to each other as they pass through the hall and shout as they run around the playground. And in Ms. Brown’s sixth grade classroom, everyone is shuffling in their chairs to get a [...]
4/14
Meet Eleanor Jackson, Design Manager for SPU’s largest capital improvement project. Eleanor Jackson, SPU’s Design Manager for the Ship Canal Water Quality Project, is responsible for overseeing engineering quality—ensuring the project meets its [...]

At Your Service Newsletter Archive

Below is an archive of At Your Service newsletters included with paper bills to customers. All files are in PDF format.

2022

2021

The print version of the January/February 2021 At Your Service newsletter was incorrectly labeled "January-February 2020". The link above will direct you to a corrected version.