Public Waste and Recycling Events - 2019

 Tire Round-Up

May 25 -  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Thunderbird Arena at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds

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Free disposal for passenger and light truck tires. Limit 10 per visitor. With or without rims. Residential customers only, no businesses.

If you can't make the event or don't want to wait in long lines, there are many inexpensive tire disposal sites across the county. Find tire disposal sites.

Details

Customers must unload tires themselves.

Secure your load with straps, cords, or chains and cover your load with a tarp or cargo net.

In Washington State, the fine for transporting an unsecured load is $228. If an item falls off a vehicle and causes bodily harm, the driver faces gross misdemeanor charges and penalties of up to $5,000 and/or up to a year in prison.


 Junk Furniture Roundup

June 9, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Olympic View Transfer Station

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One-day free disposal event for bad condition, unusable furniture.

If you cannot attend this event, you can dispose of furniture for a fee at our garbage facilities. Disposal costs vary by facility, by type of item, and by the amount of items, but typically range between $11 - $22. See our facilities page for more details.

​Details

Kitsap County and North Mason County residents only.

Expect long lines. Customer must unload items themselves.

Do not bring other items. If you bring other trash or recycling, you will have to pay for your entire load (including junk furniture).

Secure your load with straps, cords, or chains and cover your load with a tarp or cargo net. We can charge a $10 unsecured load fee for unsecured/uncovered loads and you could also be ticketed by law enforcement.

In Washington State, the fine for transporting an unsecured load is $228. If an item falls off a vehicle and causes bodily harm, the... driver faces gross misdemeanor charges and penalties of up to $5,000 and/or up to a year in prison.

Accepted Items

bookcases

entertainment centers

tables

chairs

sofas

recliners

desks

sleeper sofas

patio furniture

beds

mattresses

box springs

dressers

file cabinets

baby furniture, etc.

​Not Accepted​No appliances. Visit Recycle.KitsapGov.com to find an appliance recycling site.

Please Do Not Bring

​Recycle metal furniture as scrap metal.

Donate, sell, or give away good condition items.

Visit Recycle.KitsapGov.com to find scrap metal recycling sites and furniture donation advice.


 Household Hazardous Waste Collection - Bainbridge Island

June 15, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

7305 NE Hidden Cove Road, Bainbridge Island


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Residents of Bainbridge Island and the north end of Kitsap County can bring certain hazardous household chemicals to a free, one-day collection event.

Details

​Please coordinate with your neighbors to combine items into one vehicle. This reduces cars on the road and shortens lines at the event.

Limited to household products from Kitsap County residents. We cannot accept items from businesses or non-household organizations.

Containers must be 5 gallons or smaller. We cannot empty and return containers (fuel containers are the only exception).

​Accepted Items

​adhesives

automotive fluids (excludes motor oil, antifreeze)

corrosive cleaners

flammable liquids

lawn and garden chemicals

mercury thermometers

oil-based paints and stains

paint thinners

pool and spa chemicals

​Not Accepted

​​These items are not hazardous, have year-round disposal options, or are too dangerous to collect at this event. Click on each item below to find safe disposal instructions.

No latex paint (but oil paints are accepted)

No motor oil

No antifreeze

No batteries

No light bulbs or tubes

No needles / syringes

No marine flares or explosives

No business or non-profit waste

No containers larger than 5 gallons

No empty containers (put these in the trash, not the recycling)

​Safety

​Do not mix products

Transport items in sturdy, leak-proof tubs

Keep products in their original containers. If you've used a different container, please label it.

Transport items in your trunk or truck bed, not in the passenger area.


 STYRO-Roundup

July 27 -- 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sheep Barn at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds


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​Bring Styrofoam packaging to this free recycling collection event open to Kitsap County residents.

If you cannot attend the event, secure Styrofoam in a bag and place it in your garbage or find a year-round reuse or recycling option.

​Details

​Kitsap residents only - no commercial loads accepted

Please coordinate with friends and neighbors to combine loads into a single vehicle. This will keep lines short and cars off the road.

Accepted Items

​Packing peanuts

Styrofoam blocks (remove tape or labels)

Styrofoam food packaging (clean and unstained)

Styrofoam trays (separate colors from white)

​Prepare Your Load

​​Styrofoam must be clean and dry

Limit one car load per household

No trailers or box trucks

Not Accepted

No ​soft foam

No hot tub covers

No expanded polyethylene (EPE)

No sealed foam

No foil lined polystyrene/insulation



 Other Events

City and Tribal Events

Some cities and tribes host neighborhood clean-up events for people who live within their city or tribal boundaries. Contact your city or tribe directly to ask about these events.

 

Paper Shred Events

Shredded paper cannot go in your recycling bin, but you can recycle it at a paper shred event or kiosk! Businesses in Kitsap and Mason county occasionally sponsor free Community Paper Shred events. Check the LeMay Community Shred Event schedule to see if an event is scheduled near you. If there isn't an upcoming free event, learn about year-round paper shredding options.