Yard Waste

(Last Updated: 3/26/2019)

Take clean yard waste to a privately-owned or county-owned drop-off recycling site. 

It is cheaper to recycle yard waste than put it in your garbage. Yard waste must be clean (without plastic, metal, rocks, or lots of dirt).

These facilities are open to the public and to contractors.

​Allen Shearer Trucking and Landscape Supplies

Belfair, WA

​View the current accepted materials list.

Also accepts clean construction and demolition lumber.

​Bainbridge Island Transfer Station

Bainbridge Island, WA

​View the current accepted materials list.

North Mason Fiber

Belfair, WA

​View the current accepted materials list.

Also accepts construction wood debris.

​Olympic Organics- Kingston Facility

Kingston, WA

​View the current accepted materials list.

Olympic Organics - Bremerton Facility

Bremerton, WA

View the current accepted materials list.

​Peninsula Topsoil

Belfair, WA

View the current accepted materials list.

TILZ Soils and Compost

Bainbridge Island, WA

​Contact TILZ for current accepted materials list.

Kitsap County Olympic View Transfer Station

Bremerton, WA

​Olympic View Transfer Station is the only county-owned facility that accepts yard waste for recycling.

We accept branches, grass, leaves, and garden trimmings. No noxious weeds, blackberry, scotchbroom, ivy, stumps, rocks, or dirt. These are disposed as garbage.

Bring yard waste separately from other waste to get the lower yard waste fee. It's cheaper to recycle yard waste than to dispose of it as garbage. See fees and facility information.

 

Curbside Yard Waste Services

Most single-family homes in Kitsap County can set up curbside compost collection for yard waste and food scraps.

Enter your address into our interactive curbside composting map to learn if your single-family home can receive curbside composting service.