The Wastemobile offers King County residents and eligible businesses a safe and convenient opportunity to dispose of household hazardous waste at no cost, and it’s coming to Fire Station 75 from Sept. 10–12, 2021.

What is accepted at the Wastemobile?

☑️ Fluorescent bulbs/tubes (limit of 10 per vehicle)

☑️ Household cleaners

☑️ Oil-based paint

☑️ Gasoline, motor oil, and antifreeze (25-gal limit)

☑️ Pesticides

☑️ Household batteries (lead-acid, alkaline, button, rechargeable)

☑️ Propane/butane gas tanks (5-gal limit)

For a full list of accepted items and quantity limits, visit

Questions? Direct message (DM) or call 206-296-4692, between:

    • Monday – Friday (except holidays): 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    • Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Wastemobile organizers have taken a number of precautions to ensure the health of customers and staff:

    • Customers are asked to place their hazardous waste in their vehicle’s trunk, truck bed, or trailer.
    • Customers should remain in their vehicles at all times and follow directions by Wastemobile staff.
    • All Wastemobile customers are asked to wear a face mask if possible.

This service is funded through a charge on your utility bills so you won’t be charged a fee when you drop off your materials.

Fire Station 75 is located at 15635 SE 272nd Street in Kent:

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