(Last Updated: 8/18/2021)
Rechargeable batteries are nickel cadmium (NiCd), nickel metal hydride (NiHM), and lithium ion (Li-ion). These cannot go in the trash or recycling.
Free drop-off battery recycling sites
Rechargeable, button, and single-use batteries are accepted at the drop-off recycling sites below.
Dump loose batteries into the collection buckets at these locations. Remove batteries from devices when possible.
Bainbridge Island Transfer Station
Hansville, Silverdale, Olalla Recycling and Garbage Facilities
Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Facility - Bremerton
Navy City Metals - Bremerton
Kitsap County Olympic View Transfer Station - Bremerton
Rechargeable batteries from tools are also accepted at Lowe's and Home Depot stores. Other rechargeable batteries can be taken to Office Max, Office Depot, and Staples for recycling. Call ahead or check websites to verify this information and check for recycling fees.
Learn how to recycle lead-acid vehicle batteries instead.
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