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What Do I Do With It? Recycling and Disposal Guide
(Last Updated: 7/14/2023)
Special Handling for Disposal
Bilge water is liquid that has collected in the bilge rather than drained off the side of the boat. Bilge water is usually contaminated with oil, diesel, gas, solvents, or particles. Contaminated bilge water should not be released into Puget Sound, rivers, lakes, streams, storm drains, or on the ground.
Information listed here for HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ONLY.
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Soak up bilge water with oil absorbent pads or socks (available at marine supply stores) and place them in a plastic bag. Tie the bag and place it in the garbage.
Up to 10 gallons
can be taken to the
Household Hazardous Waste Facility
for free disposal. Cover and package products carefully for transport.
Contact a private vendor listed below or ask your local marina for disposal options.
Clean Harbors - Kent
26328 79th Ave South Kent, WA 98032
Emerald Services Inc
7343 E Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98108
6851 E Marginal Way South Seattle, WA 98108
1-800-669-5948 or 253-561-8270 |
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