Olalla Recycling and Garbage Facility - Olalla, WA

Hours and Location

Open Friday - Monday, 8:30 am to 4 pm

Closed Tuesday -Thursday


Holiday Hours

Closed New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and at 2 pm Christmas Eve

​Payment and Services

Download facility fact sheet

We accept garbage, recycling and limited household hazardous waste. All waste must be unloaded by hand - no tipping from dump trucks or trailers.


CASH or CHECK ONLY. Make checks payable to "KCPW" and have valid ID. Write drivers license number and phone number on check. No cards accepted.

Disposal fees are based on size and volume, not weight.

 Fees and Accepted Items

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

​Garbage/solid waste

32 gallons = 1 can, 64 gallons = 2 cans, 96 gallons = 3 cans 

​$14 for first can (tax included)

​$8 for each additional can (tax included)

​Garbage - loose

​$48.88 per cubic yard plus tax

​Mattress, box spring, recliner

​$16 each plus tax


$54 each plus tax

​Sofa with bed or recliner

$66 each plus tax

​Roofing, drywall

Non-asbestos only

​$100 per cubic yard plus tax

​Large household appliances

Must be empty.

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

No commercial appliances accepted.

​$28 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



Recyclables must be empty, clean, dry, and loose. No bagged items, plastic bags and wrap, Styrofoam, or shredded paper.

The following items are collected at no charge:

  • Plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs (no lids or caps)

  • Cardboard (flattened)

  • Paper - mail, magazines and catalogs, newspaper, office paper, phone books, paperboard boxes, etc.

  • Metal cans (no loose lids)

  • Glass bottles and jars (no lids or caps)

  • Liquid cooking oil(Filter at home to remove food particles. Put empty container into trash.)

  • Clothing and shoes(dry)

 Household Hazardous Waste

The following household hazardous items are accepted for no charge from residents. Business waste is not accepted.

Click on items to view more drop-off locations.

Antifreeze from personal vehicles

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

Motor oil from personal vehicles

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


​Small household batteries (alkaline, button, or rechargeable) and vehicle batteries weighing less than 50 lbs.

Batteries over the weight limit are accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Facility.

Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs)

​Limit 10 CFLs per day, per person. Fluorescent tubes not accepted at this location.


Place in FDA-cleared sharps container, laundry detergent container, or 2-liter soda bottle. No other containers are accepted. Fill no more than 3/4 full. Label container as "BIOHAZARD." Label available at facility.

 Restricted Items

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

 Safety Guidelines

  • Secure your load for safer roads. Learn how in Washington State Patrol's Secure Your Load video.

  • 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 leading to recycling containers and appliance area.