Batteries - Vehicle and Marine

(Last Updated: 10/5/2018)

Hazardous Waste. Drop-Off Recycling. Includes car, truck, mobile home, RV, boat, airplane, wheelchair, lawn mower, or utility vehicle batteries labeled as "lead acid wet-cell" or "lead acid gel-cell" and having a capacity of 6 or more volts.

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


Recycle

Bring your old vehicle battery for recycling when you purchase a new one at an auto parts store. If you do not return your old battery, state law requires retailers to charge you $5.00 or more. If you forget to bring your old battery, you have 30 days to return to the same store with proof of purchase to reclaim the $5.00 charge.

North, Central, and South Kitsap Recycling and Garbage Facilities accept lead acid wet-cell and gel-cell batteries for no charge in the drop-off recycling area. You can also bring them to the Household Hazardous Waste FacilityOlympic View Transfer Station does not accept vehicle batteries.

Bainbridge Island Transfer Station
7215 NE Vincent Rd. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206-842-0962 | Website | Map
Kitsap County North Kitsap Recycling & Garbage Facility (Hansville)
7791 NE Ecology Rd. Kingston, WA 98346
360-638-2710 | Website | Map
Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility
5551 SW Imperial Way Bremerton, WA 98312
360-337-5777 | Website | Map
Kitsap County South Kitsap Recycling & Garbage Facility (Olalla)
2850 SE Burley-Olalla Rd. Olalla, WA 98359
253-857-5034 | Website | Map
Kitsap County Central Kitsap Recycling & Garbage Facility (Silverdale)
8843 NW Dickey Rd Silverdale, WA 98383
360-692-5900 | Website | Map

Rethink
Use electricity, not batteries, in dual-powered products if possible.