To protect public health and safety, all Island County Solid Waste Facilities continue to operate on their normal days and times.
In an effort to minimize contact between the public and our employees, beginning Thursday, April 2, 2020 the
Coupeville Solid Waste Transfer Stations will ONLY accept Credit Card Payments from Self-Haul customers. No Cash or Check payments will be accepted.
Help reduce your trips to Solid Waste:
If you must visit a Solid Waste facility, take the following actions:
20018 SR 20, Coupeville
Daily 9:30 to 5:00
2020 Holiday Closures
General Information (M-F): 360-679-7386 or
360-240-5592Hazardous Waste and Recycling Information (M-F): 360-679-7386Recycle Center: 360-678-7478
We currently only accept VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER or AMERICAN EXPRESS.
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)
$115.00 per ton
$80.00 per ton
$136.00 per ton
Hard to Handle Waste (over 6 ft.)
$170.00 per ton
Tires, passenger/light truck
$115.00 per ton
Unsecured Load Fee
Washington Refuse Tax
Minimum Charge: $11.00 for the first 50 pounds, includes base fee and refuse tax
Rates are rounded to the nearest $0.25
Tonnage rates are pro-rated
New rates to take effect on July 31, 2020 Press Release Printable handout with example rates
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
E-Cycle: Televisions, monitors, computers, laptops, tablets, portable DVD players and eReaders
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 scale house attendant
Plastic: #1 and #2 Bottles, Tubs, Jugs & Jars ONLY. Rinse and remove caps/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 caps/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.
The Moderate Risk Waste Facility accepts household and business hazardous waste. Before entering the MRW facility, please stop on the inbound scale and let the scale attendant know you are here to see Hazardous Waste.
Household hazardous waste is accepted free of charge. Businesses must call for an appointment and are charged the cost of disposal.
Office Phone (M-F 8:00 am - 4:30 pm):
360-321-5111 ext. 7386, or 360-629-4522 ext. 7386
Walk-in hoursBy appointmentDrop-off shed (household only)
10:00 am - 2:00 pm9:30 am - 4:00 pm9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Monday, Wednesday & FridayMonday – FridayDaily
Household Hazardous Waste Brochure.
Latex/acrylic paint is accepted as household garbage when thickened to a non-pourable consistency. Notify the site attendant if you have any paint. For additional information, click
Printable Coupeville Complex Brochure