If a container has the words caution, warning, flammable, combustible, danger, toxic, or poison and still has product inside, it does not belong in the garbage or recycling.
The Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts most hazardous household products.
Kitsap County garbage and recycling facilities also accept a few types of hazardous household products. View lists of accepted items at garbage facilities.
Mason County residents can also bring hazardous household items to Mason County disposal facilities.
Click the drop-down lists to see information for the Household Hazardous Waste Facility or download the facility fact sheet (pdf).
You may be turned away if you have large amounts and arrive without an appointment.
Contact Kitsap1 at 360.337.5777 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make a free disposal appointment for:
More than 50 containers.
Loads over 50 gallons total.
Latex paint is not hazardous. Dry latex paint is safe for your garbage. Dry small amounts by mixing kitty litter or instant concrete into the can. Dry larger amounts by painting or pouring paint on cardboard or a tarp and letting it dry. The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility accepts latex paint you cannot dry and dispose yourself.
Antifreeze. See all recycling locations for antifreeze.
Batteries- household and vehicle. See all recycling locations for batteries.
Flammable liquids and solvents
Fluorescent tubes and light bulbs (CFLs, c). Limit 10 tubes and bulbs per day, per person. See all recycling locations for fluorescent lights.
Herbicides and pesticides
Motor oil (contaminated with other fluids) and oil filters.
Motor oil (uncontaminated) and oil filters. See all recycling locations for uncontaminated motor oil and filters.
Needles/syringes (Seal in red sharps container, bleach bottle, detergent bottle, or 2-liter soda bottle. Label as BIOHAZARD. No milk jugs, glass containers, or small plastic bottles.) See all disposal locations for syringes.
Oil-based paints and stains
Pool and spa supplies
Propane bottles (1 liter or smaller only). See recycling locations for tanks larger than 1 liter.
These products are not accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility.
Televisions, monitors, computers, laptops, tablets, e-readers, portable DVD players. Find a free recycling site for these electronics.
Ammunition/explosives. See disposal instructions.
Empty containers. Put empty containers in the garbage with the lid removed
Explosives. See disposal instructions.
Fireworks. See disposal instructions.
Household garbage. Find a garbage disposal facility.
Large propane tanks (larger than 1 liter). See recycling instructions.
Marine flares. See disposal instructions.
Medications. See disposal instructions.
The Household Hazardous Waste Facility is not affected by the Jan. 11 - Feb. 5, 2019 closure of Olympic View Transfer Station.
Learn more about the closure.
ADDRESS: 5551 SW Imperial Way, Bremerton
HOURS FOR RESIDENTS: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thurs. - Sat. Closed July 4, Nov. 22 to 24, and Christmas Eve to New Year's Day.
HOURS FOR BUSINESSES: Businesses and non-profits have separate disposal requirements and must schedule a disposal appointment.
ACCESSIBILITY: This is a drive-up facility that can accommodate persons with mobility limitations.
This is a drive-up facility. When it's your turn, you will be asked to drive under a covered area.
Staff will sort your waste, with your assistance. They may ask you questions or provide education.
Before you leave, you will sign an agreement verifying that your waste is from a home and not from a business.
Find free products like paint, fertilizers, household cleaners, and automotive fluids in the "Swap Shop" shed.
Product selection changes from day-to-day. You must sign a liability waiver before taking items.
Products taken from the shed cannot be sold or used by a business. The shed is open during regular hours.
Accessibility: There is a ramp into the shed. The shed is small and has a grated floor.