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​​Olympic View Transfer Station (OVTS)

Kitsap County's main garbage disposal and recycling facility for businesses and households. Free recycling area for households only.

Location and Hours

Fees and Payment

    • Fees can be paid using cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard. Cardholders must have valid ID. Make checks payable to "KCPW" and have valid ID. Write drivers license number and phone number on check.

    • Pay an Olympic View Transfer Station bill

Plan Your Trip to Avoid Busy Periods

    • The busiest times at this facility are Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and weekdays around 1 p.m.

    • Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays generally have the least number of customer visits.

Safety Warnings

Questions?

    • Contact Kitsap1 at 360-337-5777 during regular hours or email help@kitsap1.com

​ Fees for items collected inside the transfer station

​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, includes mattresses and furniture

​$80 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.

​$110.64 per ton*

​Needles / syringes

Seal in red 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, or small plastic bottles. Residential only - no commercial.

​No charge (limit 3 accepted container per day)

Appliance recycling

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 or accessories accepted for recycling. Find a recycling site for other electronics.

​No charge (limit 10 per day)

                          

​Tires- passenger or commercial vehicle

Rims OK. See all recycling locations.

​$7 each  (passenger)

$9 each (commercial)

​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

Processed wood waste

Bring separated load to receive the lower wood waste rate - cannot be mixed with other material.

Untreated, 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

Asbestos

See asbestos disposal requirements for businesses and households.

​$167.91 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

​$44.40 per ton*

Creosote-treated lumber

Residents: Small truck beds of creosote lumber accepted 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

​$52.94per 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

​We also accept coal ash, dredge spoils, and biosolids. Visit wmsolutions.com for disposal instructions

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


 Recyclables collected for no charge in recycling area

New! Visual guide to recycling in Olympic View's recycling area (pdf)

 

Recycling Rules:

  • Household only, no businesses.

  • All items must be empty, clean and dry. 

  • Only recycle items listed below. No other items accepted.

  • No plastic bags. All items must be loose.

Metal cans. Steel (tin), aluminum. Empty, clean, and dry.

Plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs. No other plastic items allowed. Empty, clean, and dry.

Cartons and frozen food boxes. Empty, clean, and dry.

​Paper

Dry, clean, and flat food boxes, mail, office paper, paper bags, paperback books.

Newspaper

Dry, clean, and flat.

​Corrugated cardboard

Dry, clean, and flat.

​Scrap metal

Please do not bring large items you cannot lift. Take these to a private scrap metal recycler.

Fluids must be drained and properly disposed before recycling. No cables, vehicle parts, or rusty items. Remove non-metal parts.

​Glass bottles and jars

Bottles and jars must be empty, clean, and dry. No caps.

No other glass items allowed. Put other glass items in the garbage.

​Clothing and shoes

Must be dry.

​Cooking oil

Liquid oil only. Strain and remove food particles at home. Take empty containers with you.

​Small household batteries

Alkaline, lithium, or rechargeable. No vehicle batteries. No plastic baggies.

​Antifreeze

5 gallon limit. No other fluids allowed. Put empty containers in your trash (not recycling).

​Motor oil

5 gallon limit. No other fluids allowed. Put empty containers in your trash (not recycling).

Motor oil filters are not accepted at Olympic View Transfer Station. Puncture the oil filter and drain the oil into a container for 24 hours. Seal drained filter in a plastic bag and put in the garbage.

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

 

These items are not accepted as garbage or recycling at any county facility

Take these items to a licensed auto wrecker.

    • Vehicles

    • Vehicle parts

    • Motors

    • Engine components

    • Riding lawnmowers

Appointment required for disposal at Olympic View

To dispose of these items, businesses should create a waste profile at WMsolutions.com.

Households should call 360-674-2297 and press 2 to get instructions about disposing these items.

    • Contaminated soils

    • Creosote lumber require disposal appointment.

    • Coal ash

    • Dredge spoils

    • Biosolids

 
 

Central Kitsap Recycling and Garbage Facility (Silverdale)           

Disposal and recycling facility for households only. This facility charges by volume. For the lowest rate possible, break down large items into smaller pieces.

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

Fees and Payment

    • Credit/debit cards not accepted.

    • View the drop-down lists below for current rates or download rate flyer

    • 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.

Restriction and Other Information

    • 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.

Questions?

 Current 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

​$40* per cubic yard

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

*​WA Solid Waste Collection Tax (3.6%) will be added to all solid waste disposal transactions. No tax is added to appliances, which are recycled.​

 Accepted Recyclables and Hazardous Items

Accepted Recyclables

Recyclables must be empty, clean, and dry. They must be loose. No plastic bags. No shredded paper.

    • Rinsed plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs ,no other types of plastic

    • Rinsed metal cans, aluminum and steel/tin

    • Paper and food boxes, must be dry and flat

    • Corrugated cardboard, must be dry and flat

    • Rinsed glass bottles and jars. No other types of glass. Put other glass items in the garbage. No lids.

    • Scrap metal. Please do not bring large items you cannot lift. Take these to a private scrap metal recycler. No scrap metal containing fluids - drain and  properly dispose before recycling. No cable, auto parts, or rusty items. Remove non-metal parts. See all recycling locations.


Accepted Hazardous Household Items

Don't see your hazardous household item listed here? The Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts most hazardous household products.

    • Antifreeze from personal vehicles only, no businesses, 5 gallon limit. See all recycling locations.

    • Large appliances that are empty, $20 each. See all recycling locations.

    • Batteries, small household and vehicle. See all recycling locations.

    • Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). Limit 10 per day, per person. Tubes not accepted at this location. See all recycling locations.

    • Needles/syringes. Limit 3 accepted containers. Seal in red sharps container, bleach bottle, detergent bottle, or 2-liter soda bottle. Label as BIOHAZARD. No milk jugs, glass containers, or small plastic bottles. See all disposal locations.

    • Used motor oil from personal vehicles only (no businesses) 5 gallon limit. See all recycling locations.

 Restricted Materials

These items are not accepted in the garbage or for recycling at this facility

    • TVs, computers, monitors, laptops, tablets, e-readers, portable DVD players 

    • Fluorescent tubes

    • Propane tanks

    • Heavy scrap metal (bathtubs, fireplaces, wood stoves, etc.) that you cannot safely carry up stairs or lift to shoulder height into the containers. You cannot leave scrap metal on the ground. Take large items to a private scrap metal recycler. 

    • Paint that is liquid. Dried latex paint is accepted as garbage.

    • Fuels – gasoline, diesel, etc. 

    • Tires

    • Vehicle parts, motors, engine parts 

    • Machinery that has not been drained of all fluids 

    • Machinery still containing batteries 

    • Vehicles including riding lawnmowers

    • Liquids

    • Hazardous wastes

    • Needles in unaccepted containers

 
 

​South Kitsap Recycling and Garbage Facility (Olalla)

Disposal and recycling facility for households only. This facility charges by volume. For the lowest rate possible, break down large items into smaller pieces.

Location and Hours

    • 2850 SE Burley-Olalla Road, Olalla, WA 98359

    • Friday - Monday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Closed Tues., Wed., Thurs.) 

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

Fees and Payment

    • Credit/debit cards not accepted.

    • View drop-down list below for current fees or download rate sheet

    • 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.       

Restrictions and Other Information

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

    • View drop-down list below for restricted materials.

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

Questions?

  Current Fees

​Garbage/solid waste

32 gallon can = 1 can

45 gallon can = 1.5 can

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

​$40* per cubic yard

​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

​*WA Solid Waste Collection Tax (3.6%) will be added to all solid waste disposal transactions. No tax is added to appliances, which are recycled.​ ​

 Accepted Recyclables and Hazardous Items

Accepted Recyclables

Recyclables must be empty, clean, and dry. They must be loose. No plastic bags. No shredded paper.

    • Rinsed plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs. No other types of plastic
    • Rinsed metal cans, aluminum and steel/tin
    • Paper and food boxes,  must be dry and flat
    • Corrugated cardboard, must be dry and flattened
    • Rinsed glass bottles and jars, no other types of glass. Put other types of glass in the garbage. No lids.

 

Accepted Hazardous Household Items 

Don't see your hazardous household item listed here? The Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts most hazardous household products.

    • Antifreeze  from personal vehicles only, no businesses, 5 gallon limit. See all recycling locations

    • Large appliances that are empty, $20 each. See all recycling locations.

    • Batteries - small household and vehicle. See all recycling locations.

    • Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), limit 10 per day, per person. Tubes not accepted at this location. See all recycling locations.

    • Needles/syringes. Limit 3 accepted containers. Seal in red sharps container, bleach bottle, detergent bottle, or 2-liter soda bottle. Label as BIOHAZARD. No milk jugs, glass containers, or small plastic bottles. See all disposal locations.

    • Used motor oil from personal vehicles only (no businesses). 5 gallon limit. See all recycling locations.

 Restricted Materials

These items are not accepted in the garbage or for recycling at this facility

    • TVs, computers, monitors, laptops, tablets, e-readers, portable DVD players 

    • Fluorescent tubes

    • Propane tanks

    • Scrap metal is not recycled at this facility, but is accepted as garbage for a fee

    • Paint that is liquid. Dried latex paint is accepted as garbage.

    • Fuels – gasoline, diesel, etc. 

    • Tires

    • Vehicle parts, motors, engine parts 

    • Machinery that has not been drained of all fluids 

    • Machinery still containing batteries 

    • Vehicles including riding lawnmowers

    • Liquids

    • Hazardous wastes

    • Needles in unaccepted containers

 
      

North Kitsap Recycling and Garbage Facility (Hansville)   

Disposal and recycling facility for households only. This facility charges by volume. For the lowest rate possible, break down large items into smaller pieces.

Location and Hours

    • 7791 NE Ecology Road, Kingston, WA 98346

    • Wednesday - Monday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Closed Tues.)

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

Fees and Payment

    • View drop-down lists below for current rates or download rate sheet

    • Fees can be paid using cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard. Cardholders must have valid ID. Make checks payable to "KCPW" and have valid ID. Write drivers license number and phone number on check.

Restrictions and Other Information

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

    • View drop-down list below for restricted materials.

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

Questions?

 Current 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

​$40* per cubic yard

​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

​*WA Solid Waste Collection Tax (3.6%) will be added to all solid waste disposal transactions. No tax is added to appliances, which are recycled.​ ​

 

 Accepted Recyclables and Hazardous Items

Accepted Recyclables

Recyclables must be empty, clean, and dry. They must be loose. No plastic bags. No shredded paper.

    • Rinsed plastic bottles, jugs, jars, and dairy tubs. No other plastic items allowed.

    • Rinsed metal cans, aluminum or steel/tin

    • Paper and food boxes. Must be dry and flat.

    • Corrugated cardboard. Must be dry and flat.

    • Rinsed glass bottles and jars. No other types of glass. Put other types of glass in the garbage. No lids.

    • Clothing and shoes. Must be dry. See all recycling locations.

    • Filtered household cooking oil. See all recycling locations.

 

Accepted Hazardous Household Items 

Don't see your hazardous household item listed here? The Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts most hazardous household products.

                 

 Restricted Materials

These items are not accepted in the garbage or for recycling at this facility

    • TVs, computers, monitors, laptops, tablets, e-readers, portable DVD players

    • Propane tanks

    • Scrap metal is not recycled at this facility, but is accepted as garbage for a fee

    • Paint that is liquid. Dried latex paint is accepted as garbage.

    • Fuels – gasoline, diesel, etc. 

    • Tires

    • Vehicle parts, motors, engine parts 

    • Machinery that has not been drained of all fluids 

    • Machinery still containing batteries 

    • Vehicles including riding lawnmowers

    • Liquids

    • Hazardous wastes

    • Needles in unaccepted containers

 
 

Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

If a container has the words caution, warning, flammable, combustible, danger, toxic, or poison and still has product inside, it does not belong in the garbage or recycling. Hazardous products not collected at the recycling and garbage facilities can be taken to the household hazardous waste facility instead.

Visit the Household Hazardous Waste facility webpage.

 

Bainbridge Island Transfer Station

Privately owned and operated facility accepting garbage, recyclables, yard waste, and some hazardous items.

Location and Hours

7215 NE Vincent Rd. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Wednesday - Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Closed Mon. and Tues.)


Visit website  or call 206.842.0962 for accepted items, rates, holiday hours, payment, and restrictions.

Naval Base Kitsap Bangor Recycling Center

​This facility located on the Naval Base accepts recyclable material from Active Duty, Retired Personnel, and Federal Employees only.

Location and Hours

Accepted and Not Accepted

    • Accepted: Aluminum (tin) cans, glass bottles (clear, brown, green), plastics #1-5 and #7, paper and cardboard, scrap metal (drained of all fluids)

    • Not Accepted: Asbestos, wood, hazardous waste, used oil, antifreeze, Styrofoam, furniture, household garbage, window glass, ceramics, food-contaminated material.

Questions? Contact 360.396.7005