5790 S Kramer Road, Langley
Saturday, Sunday, Monday & Wednesday 9:30 to 5:00
We accept cash or checks only. Make checks payable to Island County Solid Waste or ICSW.
Very limited quantities of construction, demo, metal, and yard waste are accepted at this site. We cannot accept items greater than 4 feet in length. Attendants may refer these types of material to the Coupeville Solid Waste Complex or suggest other disposal options.
Aluminum: Rinse cans, clean foil and pans
Batteries: Tape exposed terminals on dry cell batteries
Cardboard: Flattened corrugated cardboard, clean pizza boxes, brown paper bags
Cell Phones: Place in plastic bag and recycle with household batteries
Clothing: Place in the blue Northwest Center container
Glass Bottles & Jars: Rinse & remove lids, sort by color
Mixed Paper: Magazines, catalogs, flattened box board (e.g., cereal & soda boxes), junk mail, phone books, egg cartons, office paper, wrapping paper, glue bound paperback books, shredded paper (in bags to keep them contained)
Newspaper: Newspapers and inserts, news print flyers and publications, news print packing paper
Oil, Motor or Cooking: See attendant
Plastic: Bottles, jugs & dairy tubs, plastic is not accepted according to the recycle number, no lids
Steel Cans: Rinse and remove label
The following items we do NOT accept for recycling: Paper plates, paper towels, juice boxes, paper milk cartons, waxed cardboard, dirty cardboard, toilet tissue, facial tissue, plastic lids, ribbon, plastic hangers, crinkly plastics, deli containers, meat trays, plastic bags, Styrofoam, light bulbs, mirrors, dishes, window glass or drinking glasses
See our Recycling Brochure for a complete list of accepted recyclables.
Household hazardous waste is accepted free of charge. Antifreeze, gasoline, oil-based paints, fertilizers, pesticides, acids, bases, fluorescent bulbs, lead, PBC ballasts, propane tanks, mercury devices, etc. Notify the site attendant if you have hazardous waste, large quantities of Household Hazardous wastes may be referred to the Coupeville Solid Waste Complex.
See our Household Hazardous Waste Brochure.
Latex/acrylic paint is accepted as household garbage when thickened to a non-pourable consistency. Attendant may refer large quantities to the Coupeville Solid Waste Complex. Notify the site attendant if you have any paint. For additional information, click