Construction and Demolition Materials

(Last Updated: 3/3/2022)

Information applies only to waste from do-it-yourself construction or demolition projects. If construction debris is mixed with demolition debris, the entire load is considered demolition debris.

Learn about necessary permits for residential construction and demolition projects in Kitsap County (external site).

Businesses should refer to the Business Disposal & Recycling Guide for help.


Contact a recycling company below to ask about recycling sorted construction/demolition materials. These items may include lumber, concrete, asphalt, metals, and cardboard. Recycling sorted materials is cheaper than disposal.

Allen Shearer Trucking and Landscape Supplies
E 121 Log Yard Rd. Belfair, WA 98528
360-275-3465 | Website | Map
Kitsap Reclamation Materials
3020 W. Sherman Heights Rd. Bremerton, WA 
360-479-4659 | Website | Map
Peninsula Topsoil
25014 WA-3 Belfair, WA 98528
360-275-1000 | Website | Map
Recovery 1, Inc.
1805 Stewart St. Tacoma, WA 98421
253-627-1180 or 1-800-949-5852 | Website | Map
Purdy Topsoil & Gravel
5319 133rd St NW Gig Harbor, WA 98332
253-857-5850 | Website | Map
Zimmer Pit
26500 Highway 3 NW Poulsbo, WA 98370
360-509-4921 | Website | Map


Give away, sell, or donate good condition leftover construction materials. Contact a reuse company below to ask about donating your specific items. Verify accepted items and hours.

Kitsap Habitat Store
3451 Wheaton Way Bremerton ,  WA 98310
360-377-1800 | Website | Map
Mason Habitat Store
22653 State Rte 3 Belfair ,  WA 98528
(360) 426-8134 | Website | Map


Demolition debris must be disposed as garbage. Demolished or renovated structures may contain asbestos, lead, mercury, and other dangerous contaminants. It is recommended you hire a certified contractor or inspector to identify, remove, and dispose of hazardous demolition debris.

We recommend that all demolition debris be disposed at Olympic View Transfer Station. You must consider the following contaminants before disposal: