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Donate, Recycle & Dispose Of Household Items.
Description: Not sure what to with your everyday household items and household hazardous waste, like sharps? The Solid Waste Division of Kitsap County Public Works provides residents and businesses in Kitsap County, WA, with information on where to recycle, donate, or dispose of household and office items and hazardous waste. We can answer all of your recycling and waste questions.
Some of the topics we can help you with include:
• Curbside collection and recycling
• Waste reduction
• Litter and illegal dumping
• Better gardens
• Sustainable construction
• Apartments and condos
• Clean-up services
• Food and yard waste
• Recycling and garbage pickup
• Green cleaning recipes
How do I know if something is hazardous? Household products are called hazardous if they can harm people or the environment when not correctly used, stored, or disposed of. The average family generally has more than 60 hazardous products in their home.
• Fluorescent bulbs and tubes
• Cleaning supplies
• Automotive products
• Gardening products
• Pool and spa supplies
• Hobby chemicals
• Paint supplies
• Pest control
How can you decide if a product is hazardous? Read the label! Label reading is a good way to see the benefits and possible dangers of a product. In the 1960’s the Federal Hazardous Substances Act was signed into law in an effort to protect consumers from hazardous products.
Call the Solid Waste Division of Kitsap County Public Works today for more information on our programs and upcoming events!
Category: Home Safety and Accessibility|Disaster Recovery|Outdoor Living|Home Electrical|Recycling|Home Recreational Spaces|Additional Home Services|Building Supplies|Sanitation|Hazardous Materials|Home Restoration|Residential Pools and Spas|Residential Paint and Wallpaper|Home Projects|Residential Lighting
Service Area: Serving: Kitsap County WA (Metro), Bainbridge Island WA (Metro), Port Orchard WA
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility
Auto and Household Batteries,
Lawn and Garden Chemicals,
Oil Based Paint,
Used Motor Oil,
Waste Transfer Sites
Medical Waste Disposal
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