Central Kitsap Recycling and Garbage Facility - Silverdale, WA

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Location and Hours

  • 8843 NW Dickey Road, Silverdale, WA 98383

  • Thursday - Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Closed Wed.)

  • Closed New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, at 2 p.m. Christmas Eve

Restrictions and Other Information

  • No waste or recyclables from businesses

  • No tipping from dump trucks or trailers. All waste must be unloaded by hand.

  • See drop-down list below for restricted materials

  • Facility has stairs in recycling area for cardboard, glass, scrap metal, and appliance containers. Lifting required for all recycling containers.

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Fees, Payment, Accepted Items

  • Credit/debit cards not accepted. Fees can be paid using cash or check. Make checks payable to "KCPW" and have valid ID. Write drivers license number and phone number on check.

  • Facility charges by volume. For lowest rate possible, break large items into smaller pieces.

  • View drop-down list below for current fees or download facility flyer

 Accepted items and disposal fees

​Garbage/solid waste

32 gallon can = 1 can

45 gallon can=1.5 cans

64 gallon can = 2 cans

96 gallon can = 3 cans 

​$10 for first can (tax included)

​$2.50 for each additional can (tax included)

​Garbage - loose

​$23.13* per cubic yard

​Mattress, box spring, recliner

​$11* each

​​Sofa

​$13.50* each

​Sofa with bed

​$27* each

​Roofing, drywall

Non-asbestos only

​$49* per cubic yard

​Large household appliances

Must be empty.

Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, water coolers, washers, dryers, stoves, ovens, dishwashers, water heaters, trash compactors. See all recycling locations for these appliances.

No commercial appliances accepted.

​$20 each

​Unsecured/uncovered load fee

Required by RCW 46.61.655 and Kitsap Code 9.18.010. Law enforcement can also issue fines.

​$10 per unsecured load


 Accepted household recyclables

Recyclables must be empty, clean, and dry. Recyclables must be loose (not bagged). No bags. shredded paper.

Click on item to see complete list of recycling or safe disposal sites.

​Accepted MaterialInstructions
​Plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs

​Wash to remove food residue. Reattach screw caps, but put other lids in trash. Labels OK.

No other plastic items accepted in recycling.

​Metal cans, aluminum or steel (tin)

Wash to remove food residue. Labels OK.


​Paper and food boxes

​Dry and flat

​Corrugated cardboard

​Dry and flat. Corrugated cardboard has a wavy middle layer.

​Glass bottles and jars

​Wash to remove food residue. Put caps in garbage. Labels OK.

No other types of glass accepted in recycling.

Scrap metal

​Small items only. Do not bring large items you cannot lift. Take large items to a private scrap metal recycler. Remove non-metal parts.

No scrap metal containing fluids. Drain and properly dispose of fluids. No cable, auto parts, or rusty items. Do not leave scrap metal on the ground.

Clothing and shoes​Must be dry
Filtered cooking oil from households

​Filter at home to remove food particles.

Put empty oil containers in the trash, not the recycling.


 Accepted household hazardous items

Don't see your hazardous household item listed here? The Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts most hazardous household products. Click on item to see complete list of recycling or safe disposal sites.

Antifreeze from personal vehicles

​5 gallon limit. Put empty antifreeze containers in the garbage, not recycling.

No oil from businesses.

Motor oil from personal vehicles

​​5 gallon limit. Put empty motor oil containers in the garbage, not recycling.

No oil from businesses.

Large household appliances

Must be empty. ​$20 each.

Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, water coolers, washers, dryers, stoves, ovens, dishwashers, water heaters, trash compactors.

No commercial appliances accepted, even if used in a household.

Batteries

​Small household batteries (alkaline, button, or rechargeable) and vehicle batteries

Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs)

​Limit 10 CFLs per day, per person.

Fluorescent tubes not accepted at this location.

Needles/syringes

​Limit 3 accepted containers per day. Seal in red sharps container, bleach bottle, detergent bottle, or 2-liter soda bottle. Label as BIOHAZARD.

No milk jugs, glass containers, bags, or small plastic bottles.


 Restricted items

These items are not accepted at this facility. Click items to see complete list of recycling or safe disposal sites.