(Last Updated: 6/9/2020)
There are three options for recycling large appliances like refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, residential heat pumps, dehumidifiers, water coolers, washers, dryers, stoves, ovens, dishwashers, water heaters, and trash compactors.
Information for residential customers with residential appliances only. See commercial appliance disposal information.
Option 1: Take to Olympic View Transfer Station or a Recycling and Garbage Facility for $20 per appliance. Customers must transport and unload the item themselves. Remove food and garbage from appliances before bringing to a facility. No commercial appliances are accepted, even if they were used in a home.
Option 2: Contact a home haul-away service to ask about appliance pick-up.
Eligible Puget Sound Energy customers can receive $25 when they have a qualifying fridge or freezer picked up for free recycling.
Kitsap Habitat for Humanity offers free home pick up service for working or non-working appliances. Sign up online.
Mason Habitat for Humanity offers free home pick up service in Belfair for working major appliances only. Sign up online.
Many appliance retailers will haul-away old appliances. Contact Allbest Appliances and Recycling, Best Buy, Sears, Home Depot, and Lowe's to inquire. Fees may apply.
Option 3: Contact the private scrap metal recyclers listed below to ask about drop-off. Many metal recyclers accept non-refrigerating appliances for free but charge a small fee for recycling refrigerating appliances. The fee helps the business offset the cost of disposing of the hazardous chemicals (CFCs) inside fridges, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, and water coolers.
Give away, sell, or donate good condition items. Learn more about donating good condition items.