Most single-family homes in Kitsap County are eligible for curbside compost collection for yard waste and food scraps. Services are provided by Waste Management or Bainbridge Disposal (depending on the region) for a fee.
These are many facilities open to the public and to contractors for drop-off recycling. Contact private businesses directly to verify accepted items, hours, and current fees.
Allen Shearer Trucking and Landscape Supplies
View Allen Shearer's accepted materials list
Also accepts clean construction and demolition lumber
A&L Topsoil Inc.
Accepts tree branches and limbs, small stumps, and leaves
View A&L Topsoil's website
Bainbridge Island Transfer Station
Indigo Topsoil Inc.
View Indigo Topsoil's accepted materials list
Contact Kitsap Topsoil for current accepted materials list
North Mason Fiber
View North Mason Fiber's accepted materials list
Also accepts construction wood debris
Olympic Organics- Kingston
Olympic Organics - Bremerton
View Peninsula Topsoil accepted materials list
Purdy Transfer Station
Gig Harbor, WA
As of May 1, 2019 customers who do not live in Pierce County will be
charged a yard waste recycling fee.
TILZ Soils and Compost
Bainbridge Island, WA
Vern's Organic Topsoil and Bark
Kitsap County Olympic View Transfer Station
Yard waste recycling is accepted on Saturdays and Sundays only.
Recycling fees apply.
Monday - Friday, yard waste is accepted as garbage.
Disposal fees apply.
Accepted for recycling: branches, grass, leaves, and garden trimmings.
Noxious weeds, blackberry, scotch broom, ivy, stumps, rocks, and dirt are accepted as garbage only.
Size limit: branches no
larger than 2 inches in diameter, no longer than 4 feet in