Headlights

(Last Updated: 8/23/2018)

Proper Disposal Depends on Bulb Type- Halogen, incandescent, and LED bulbs are not hazardous, but high-intensity discharge bulbs (HID, Xenon, Plasma, or Arc) contain hazardous mercury and must be recycled.
 
How can you tell if your headlamp contain mercury and needs to be recycled? Look for the letters "Hg" (the symbol for mercury) on the bulb or packaging.

Recycle
Recycle HID headlights and other mercury light bulbs for free. Drop off mercury-containing lights (up to 10 at a time) at one of 7 approved sites in Kitsap County and Belfair. Visit the LightRecycle WA website below to find a site near you.
LightRecycle WA Collection Site
Click the website below to find the nearest location , WA 
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Disposal
Halogen, incandescent, and LED-type headlights can be disposed as garbage.

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