They have a whole section of recycled-paper office goods, the first time I've seen such a big selection in a home store.
Compostable serviceware as well as Preserve products
THE best soap dispenser ever. The wide bottom means it doesn't topple over and break in your sink, and the ridged neck makes it easy to pick up with two fingers while pushing down on the pump with one other finger. We bought our dispenser in Wyoming, so I'm glad to know it's in Seattle, too. Made from recycled glass, of course.
Sign above the trash: To the landfill. I'll be copying this idea!
NuBe Green is in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, and carries artsier (and pricier) items than Goods for the Planet. Not only is every item made in the U.S., but the material for every item is either U.S.-grown or U.S.-sourced.
GreenStyled bags, made in San Francisco, are made from produce bags with cool labels.
I like the grips
A fun poof ball made from T-shirts