(Last Updated: 2/8/2021)
Hazardous Waste. Free Drop-Off Recycling Available. Antifreeze is toxic to humans and other animals. Do not pour it in the garbage or down drains.
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Auto Stores: The private auto stores below accept used antifreeze from the public. Some charge a small fee but other accept it for free. Call ahead to verify fees and hours.
Kitsap County Recycling and Garbage Facilities and Olympic View Transfer Station: Free recycling for uncontaminated antifreeze from personal vehicles. 5-gallon limit. Bring to the facility's public recycling area.
Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Facility: Free recycling for uncontaminated and contaminated antifreeze from personal vehicles. Contaminated antifreeze contains fluids other than antifreeze.
The HHW Facility accepts amounts greater than 5 gallons, but containers over 5 gallons in size cannot be returned. Customers with large loads of hazardous waste must make an appointment.
Store antifreeze safely. Label containers with "TOXIC- Used Antifreeze" and store out of reach from children and pets.
Use metal or plastic containers. Do not store in containers meant for water or juice, as antifreeze can look identical to drink items and is highly toxic when ingested. The original container is best for storage. Keep lids in place, except when adding or removing waste. Avoid cross-contamination with other products.