Olympic View Transfer Station - Bremerton, WA


This facility is open with normal hours of operation and COVID-19 health and safety guidelines in place:

  • Visa, Mastercard (credit, debit, cash card) or current business account only. No cash or check until further notice.

  • Customers with self-dumping mechanized trucks/trailers must bring and wear required hard hat and high visibility vest. This facility no longer loans PPE.

  • All customers must wear a mask (including while interacting with facility staff).

  • Only one person out of vehicle at a time.

  • Maintain six foot physical distance.

  • Bring your own hand sanitizer.

  • Children under 12 years old and pets must remain in vehicle.

  • Do not visit our facilities if anyone in the household is sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.

  • Prepare your load so you can unload it quickly and safely. Wear closed toe shoes and gloves.

  • Follow signs and be kind.

PPE

  • 9380 SW Barney White Road, Bremerton, WA 98312 -

  • Busiest times: Friday - Monday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and weekdays around 1 p.m. Lowest traffic: Tuesday - Thursday

  • Customers with questions should contact Kitsap1 at 360-337-5777, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4:30 pm or submit an "ask a question" form.


 Safety Guidelines

  • Additional COVID-19 safety guidelines are in place.

  • Secure your load for safer roads. Watch this video to learn how to secure your load.

  • Customers with self-dumping mechanized trailers or trucks must bring and wear hard hat and high-visibility vest. This facility no longer loans PPE.

  • Asbestos disposal requirements for all Olympic View Transfer Station customers

  • No smoking, vaping, or cell phone use

  • No kids under 12 or pets out of vehicles

  • No scavenging of waste or recyclables

  • Facility has stairs in recycling area for cardboard, newspaper, paper, and scrap metal


Disposal Fees and Accepted Items

  • Visa/Mastercard or current business account only. Due to COVID-19, no cash or check accepted until further notice.

 Items accepted inside transfer station

Fees increased on July 1, 2020. View news release.

​Minimum fee

Applies to all materials charged by weight

​$22 tax included

​Garbage/solid waste

Loads weighing less than 480 pounds are charged the minimum fee

​$85* per ton


​Bulky wastes, including boats

Bulky wastes are materials we cannot compact with our machines. Not all large materials are considered bulky wastes. Facility operators will determine the correct rate to apply.

See boat disposal instructions.

​$115.06* per ton


Needles / syringes

Seal in FDA-cleared sharps container, bleach bottle, detergent bottle, or 2-liter soda bottle. Label as BIOHAZARD.

No sharps from businesses. No other containers accepted.

Limit 3 accepted containers per day

Large appliances

Must be empty.

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

No commercial appliances accepted.

​$20 each

E-Cycle (​TV, computer, monitor, laptop, tablet, e-reader, portable DVD player recycling)

Limit 10 per day, per person. ​See all recycling locations for these electronics.

No other electronics accepted for recycling. Find a recycling site for other electronics.

​No charge

Tires from passenger and commercial vehicles

Rims OK. Tractor tires not accepted. See all tire recycling locations.

​$9 each for passenger tires (17" rim size or less)

$11 each for commercial tires (18-22" rim size)

Clean yard waste

Branches, grass, leaves, garden trimmings. Branch size limit: no larger than 2 feet in diameter, no longer than 4 feet in length. Cannot be mixed with other material.  See all recycling locations.

No noxious weeds, blackberry, scotchbroom, ivy, stumps, rocks, or dirt.

​$73.97 per ton weekends

$85* per ton weekdays

Due to high traffic and space limitations, we can no longer recycle yard waste brought to this facility Monday-Friday. It will be charged as garbage ($85* per ton) and landfilled.

Clean yard waste can be recycled at this facility on the weekends or at private yard waste recycling facilities.

Processed wood waste

Untreated, unpainted, treated, or painted dimensional lumber, pallets, packing crates without varnish, lead or enamel paint, plastic, or hardware (nails OK). See all recycling locations for wood waste.

Loads with plywood, oriented strand board, particle board, engineered decking, laminated wood, paneling, or plastic are charged the garbage rate.

​$45.79 per ton

Asbestos - Appointment required

Learn asbestos disposal requirements for businesses and households.

​$174.62* per ton

Contaminated soils

For petroleum or hazardous chemical contamination only. Does not include soils with non-hazardous trash.

Businesses must create a waste profile at wmsolutions.com.

​$46.17* per ton

Creosote-treated lumber

Residents can bring small truck beds of creosote lumber without a waste profile. Cut the lumber into 4 foot lengths. Lumber over 8 feet may be charged the bulky waste rate.

Businesses must create a waste profile at wmsolutions.com.

​$55.06* per ton

​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

​​This facility also accepts coal ash, dredge spoils, and biosolids. Visit wmsolutions.com for disposal instructions.

​​*WA Solid Waste Collection Tax (3.6%) is added to all solid waste disposal transactions. No tax added to recycled wastes.

 Items accepted in outdoor recycle area

Accepted for no charge. Click on an item to see complete list of recycling or safe disposal sites.

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

Plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs

​Metal cans, aluminum or steel (tin)

Frozen food boxes and cartons

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

No other plastic items accepted in recycling.

​Paper

​Clean and dry

Newspaper

Clean and dry

​Corrugated cardboard

​Dry, clean, flat. Corrugated cardboard has a wavy middle layer.

​Glass bottles and jars

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

No other types of glass accepted in recycling.

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.

​Scrap metal

​You must lift all scrap metal up the stairs and into the container. Items must be drained of fluids and have batteries removed.

Antifreeze from personal vehicles

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

No oil from businesses.

Motor oil from personal vehicles

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

No oil from businesses. No motor oil mixed with other fluids - take to HHW Facility.

Small household batteries

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

No batteries from businesses. No vehicle batteries.

 Restricted items

These items cannot go in the garbage or recycling at this facility:

  • No hazardous waste including propane tanks, liquid paints and stains, batteries, fuel.

  • No vehicles, riding lawnmowers, trailers, vehicle parts, motors, engine parts

  • No liquid wastes