Congratulations to Kitsap Sun,
2012 Kitsap County Waste Wise @ Work Business of the Year
Kitsap County helps businesses and organizations improve your
environmental footprint. What can we do for your business ?
Need strategies to reduce waste, recycle more and buy enviro-friendly
- Donating Food
- Where to Recycle
Recycle items generated in
Our expert staff will walk through your
business and give recommendations
for reducing waste and managing disposal costs
Business Recycling Guide
Three easy steps to set up a recycling program,
including who to call
- Membership Application Become
a member and receive recognition for your efforts. All types of
businesses and organizations in Kitsap County are eligible to apply.
Follow the link below to apply.
Membership Application - online
Membership Application - print out and mail
We’ll process your application and let you know if
your organization qualifies for membership. You’ll receive a
Certification of Membership and recognition on our website and in our
Call us to provide training for your employees to kick off a new or
improved program at your business today! Kitsap 1 staff will answer
your questions or connect you to the person who can. Call 360.337.5777
or email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org when it's convenient for you, and we'll
respond soon, usually the same day.
Click here for more
Find out what's recyclable at the curb for businesses
Are you recycling all you can? Minimize garbage costs and preserve
resources by placing all recyclables in the recycle cart instead of the
dumpster. Refer to our printer-friendly
WasteWise@Work:What Goes In
What about hazardous waste?
If your business produces hazardous waste, visit our Small Quantity
Generator (SQG) webpage to see if your business qualifies for
twice-monthly collections. If your business generates too much
hazardous waste to qualify for the SQG program, call Kitsap One at
360.337.5777 for a referral to vendors who can help you with proper
Environmentally Preferred Products
By choosing products responsibly, businesses can directly impact issues
such as climate change, air and water pollution, deforestation, and the
effect of toxic chemicals on human health.
What can your business do?
Check out sample Environmentally
Preferred Purchasing policies for criteria to help you choose products
less toxic, resource efficient, and recyclable:
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Kitsap County Public Works
Solid Waste Division
(360) 337-5777 or (800) 825-4940