King County Wastemobile coming to Kent March 4-6

Drop off your hazardous waste when the King County Wastemobile comes to Kent.

The Wastemobile will be at Puget Sound Fire Station 75, 15635 SE 272nd St., from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday, March 4-6.

The Wastemobile travels to communities throughout King County to provide hazardous waste disposal for residents and eligible businesses. There is no fee for hazardous waste disposal.

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.

There is limit of 50 gallons per residential customer per day. No containers larger than 5 gallons are allowed.

Please note that marine flares are not accepted at the Wastemobile and gas canisters are not returned to customers.

Do bring

Aerosol cans, if full or partially full

Automobile batteries (limit 5 batteries per customer)

Batteries (alkaline, rechargeable, etc.)

Butane tanks (the maximum size accepted is 5 gallons)

Fire extinguishers

Flares, roadside

Fluorescent lights (limit 10 bulbs per vehicle)

Furniture stain

Gasoline, motor oil, and antifreeze have a 25 gallon limit per trip. Do not mix motor oil with other oil or automotive fluids.

Glue, contact cement, rubber cement

Household cleaners

Hobby chemicals

Lawn and garden pesticides

Mercury-containing products, including thermometers and thermostats

Oil-based paint


Propane tanks (the maximum size accepted is 5 gallons)

Spray paint

Swimming pool and spa supplies

King County Wastemobile coming to Kent March 4-6

Thinners and other solvents

Do not bring

Aerosol cans, empty


Bullets, ammunition, or gunpowder

Cooking oil


Computer monitors

Contaminated soil


Empty containers




Latex paint

Halogen or incandescent light bulbs

Marine flares


Medical sharps, needles, or syringes

Medical waste (biomedical waste)

Paint brushes

Paint cans, empty

Radioactive wastes

Smoke detectors



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