Olympic View Transfer Station - Bremerton, WA

CUSTOMER ALERT: Limited access during coronavirus pandemic


Business access to Olympic View Transfer Station

Business account holders can access during normal hours.

If your business does not have a current account, you can request limited weekday access to Olympic View Transfer Station. This request form is for businesses providing essential services or with waste that is a public health threat (putrescible waste, food, rat-infested, etc.). Requests submitted through this form will be processed within one business day.


Resident access is limited 

Kitsap County residents will have limited access to Olympic View Transfer Station on Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5 only. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The address it 9380 SW Barney White Road, Bremerton, WA 98312 near the Bremerton Airport off Highway 3

If residents follow the safety and disposal guidelines outlined below, we will announce more dates for limited resident access to Olympic View Transfer Station. We may also reopen other waste facilities for limited resident access.


Olympic View Transfer Station disposal guidelines for April 4 and 5, 2020

OVTS pandemic guidlines april 4 and 5

  • Household garbage in bags or cans only. Only bring household garbage that is a public health hazard (contains food, diapers, could attract animals/birds, or has an odor). Waste must be bagged or secured in a can. No loose waste. 

  • Limit six bags or six cans. We are limiting the amount of waste you can bring. You can bring up to six trash bags (large contractor cleanup size is OK) or six trash cans. No loose waste. 

  • Visa/Mastercard only. You must pay with a Visa or Mastercard. You will be charged the $22 minimum fee (tax included). Prepaid Visa/Mastercard is accepted. No cash, check, American Express, Discover. 

  • Pay when you enter. You will pay at the entrance window, not at the exit window. Be ready with your card. 

  • Secure waste. All waste must be properly secured to your vehicle. Tie-down cans, can lids, or securely cover your entire load with a tarp. 

  • Don't converse. Facility staff will not engage in conversations or answer questions unrelated to waste. Please do not interact with traffic control (flaggers) or law enforcement.

  • Stay safe. Stay at least 6 feet away from other people at all times. Do not visit if you or someone in your home is sick. Be prepared to unload quickly and safely. Wear closed toe shoes and gloves. 


The following items will not be accepted because they are not an immediate public health threat (e.g. old furniture) or require too much staff interaction (e.g. needles): 

  • No large items (furniture, mattresses, wood, etc.) that won't fit in a bag or can.

  • No spring cleanup items from your home, yard, or garage.

  • No sharps/needles, appliances, TV/computers, tires, yard waste, wood waste.

  • No hazardous waste or liquids.

  • The recycling area is not open. Keep recyclables at home.

Keep these items at home, properly stored. If you have questions on how to store these items or if you feel you have an urgent need to bring these items (e.g. moving), please contact us through this online form. We are here to help.


 Safety Rules

 Location

9380 SW Barney White Road, Bremerton, WA 98312 near the Bremerton Airport off Highway 3

 Payment

  • During the coronavirus pandemic, fees can only be paid using Visa/MasterCard or a current business account.

  • Driver is responsible for payment

 Fees, Accepted Items, Restrictions

During the coronavirus pandemic, are restricting which items we accept from residents.

​Minimum fee

Applies to all materials charged by weight

​$22 tax included

​Garbage/solid waste

Loads weighing less than 520 pounds are charged the minimum fee

​$80* per ton


NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: ​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.

​$110.64* per ton


NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: Needles / syringes

Limit 3 accepted containers per day. Seal in FDA-approved sharps container, bleach bottle, detergent bottle, or 2-liter soda bottle. Label as BIOHAZARD. See all disposal locations for syringes.

No needles in milk jugs, glass containers, bags, or small plastic bottles. Residential only - no commercial.

​No charge

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: ​​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

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: 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

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: Tires from passenger and commercial vehicles

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

​$7 each for passenger tires (17" rim size or less)

$9 each for commercial tires (18"-22" rim size)

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: ​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.

​$69.05 per ton

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: 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.

​$44.03 per ton

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: Asbestos

See asbestos disposal requirements for businesses and households.

​$167.91* per ton

​​NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: 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.

​$44.40* per ton

NOT ACCEPTED FROM RESIDENTS: 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.

​$52.94* 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.

 CLOSED- RECYCLING AREA

 Disposal restrictions​

During the coronavirus pandemic, additional disposal restrictions are in place for residents who are disposing of waste at Olympic View Transfer Station.

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


The following items require a disposal appointment:

Businesses must make an appointment and create a waste profile at WMsolutions.com.               

Households should call 360-674-2297 to get instructions about disposing these items.