(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.
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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 Facility. Olympic View Transfer Station does not accept vehicle batteries.