Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

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Identifying Hazardous Waste

We use many types of hazardous products at home. When we perform lawn or car care, and while maintaining our homes, we often purchase hazardous items such as cleaners, motor oil, pesticides or paint. These items don't belong in the garbage.

Check your product labels. Labels marked danger, caution, flammable, warning, toxic, poison or combustible are a good sign that your product is a hazardous household item. Bring these items to a hazardous waste facility for disposal. Only put empty containers in the garbage.

Hours and Location

Open Thursday - Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm

Closed 12:00 - 12:30 for lunch

5551 SW Imperial Way, Bremerton - Open Google map

Kitsap1: 360.337.5777 or

Holiday Hours

Closed July 4th, Thanksgiving weekend (Thurs. - Sat.), and December 24 through January 1


Free drop-off for households. Large loads require an appointment.


Businesses and organizations must schedule a disposal appointment.

Weather or other conditions may affect facility hours and operations. When a closure happens suddenly, staff or signage will inform customers upon arrival. The inclement weather/emergency page is updated with closures as soon as possible

Large Loads & Potentially Dangerous Products

Appointment Required

Large loads and/or potentially dangerous products from Kitsap or Mason County households require an appointment.

Request an appointment online or call Kitsap1 at 360-337-5777. Allow 2 business days for staff to contact you to schedule your appointment. There is no charge for household appointments.


Large Loads

Large loads are any container larger than 5 gallons, loads over 50 gallons total volume or loads with more than 50 containers. Count all containers, even if they are not full. Volume is based on container size, not the amount of product inside. We do not accept empty containers.

Potentially Dangerous Products

Potentially dangerous products include laboratory chemicals, unknown chemicals, or containers that are old, dangerous, or about to fall apart. 

 Accepted Items 

Commonly accepted hazardous waste items:




How to Use this Facility

This is a drive-up facility. When it's your turn, you will be asked to drive under a covered area. Customers unload their own vehicles. Staff may assist but cannot enter vehicles. The facility accommodates persons with mobility limitations.

Staff sort your waste with your assistance, asking questions and providing education. Before you leave, your signature is needed to verify your waste is from a home and not from a business or organization.

Household Reuse Shop

Often, products come to us with life still in them. To reduce waste, these items are offered to the public in our Reuse Shop. Quality items, such as latex and oil-based paints, stains, sealers and household cleaning products may be available. 

When you drop off items, ask our staff to browse the Shop for products before purchasing your own. Closed-toe shoes must be worn to enter the Reuse Shop.


Safe Transport Tips

Keep yourself, your family, and our staff safe. Follow these guidelines:

  • Put containers in a sturdy, lined box. Prevent them from tipping.
  • Place boxes in your trunk or truck bed, not the passenger area.
  • Use straps and tarps to secure boxes.
  • Use original product containers. Label them when this is not possible.
  • Never mix different types of products.
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