Fuel

(Last Updated: 12/14/2018)

Hazardous Waste. Free Drop-Off Disposal. Read the disposal section carefully before transporting fuel to the Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Facility. 

Information is for household items only. View business, non-profit, and agency information.

Disposal

How to Transport Fuel to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility

Accepted Fuel Containers

Pourable containers designed to hold flammable liquid. Pourable containers have a spout or nozzle that allow us to easily and safely pour the fuel.

We empty and return pourable containers 6-gallons or smaller, but cannot return pourable containers 6-gallons or larger. These are too heavy to safely pour into our fuel tanks.

Accepted fuel container examples:

​Accepted Large Fuel Containers

Ask us before bringing them.

We accept some types of large fuel containers, depending on their condition. Email a photo of your large fuel container to help@kitsap1.com or call Kitsap1 at 360.337.5777 to inquire.

​Not Accepted Containers

Empty fuel containers are not accepted. These go in your garbage. Remove the lid so your waste collecter can see that it is empty.

Fuel tanks are not accepted because we cannot easily and safely pour them. Transfer fuel into an accepted container before you come to the facility. You cannot pour fluid from one container into another at our facility.

Not accepted fuel container examples:

​Have a Large Load? Appointment Required

Email help@kitsap1.com or call Kitsap1 at 360.337.5777 to make a free disposal appointment for:

  • 50 items or more.
  • Containers larger than 5-gallons.
  • Loads over 50 gallons total.
Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility
5551 SW Imperial Way Bremerton, WA 98312
360-337-5777 | Website | Map

Rethink

Do not fill your gas cans to the top. This makes it difficult to pour and can result in gas leaks inside your vehicle while you're transporting it to the hazardous waste facility.