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Mason County Solid Waste Facility

Mason County Solid Waste Facility

Mason County Solid Waste Facility ltoll booth and inbound scale.
Welcome to the
Mason County
Solid Waste Facility
The Mason County Solid Waste Facility is located on Eells Hill Road in Shelton, WA.  The address is:
501 W. Eells Hill Road
Shelton,WA
(360) 427-5271
The hours of operation are:
8am - 4pm
Monday - Saturday (Closed Sunday)
Mason Co. Toll Booth and Scale

The Mason County Solid Waste Facility offers both commercial and noncommercial solid waste disposal as well as recycling services.  It is a convenient place dispose of your used motor oil and antifreeze.  Automobile batteries are also accepted for a small fee. Household batteries are accepted for free.
Please click on the link above to view the disposal rates.
 
MCSW Facility Oil and Antifreeze Recycle Station.
Mason County Household Hazardous Waste Facility
Mason County Household Hazardous Waste Facility

Free disposal of household hazardous waste is available to all Mason County residents. Don't mix different types of household products. Commercial hazardous waste is accepted for a fee at the Kitsap County Moderate Risk Waste Facility.  Please call for details - 360-337-5777 or 1-800-825-4940.
Products must be clearly labeled and in their original unbroken containers.


Mason County Solid Waste Facility is opened from 10 am - 3 pm, on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, please call (360) 427-5271 from the Shelton area. From Belfair - (360) 275-4467 ext 271.

Items not accepted in Mason County can be taken to:
5551 SW Imperial Way
(360) 337-5777 or 1-800-825-4940
10 am - 4pm Thursday through Saturday

Recycling Bins located at the Mason Co Solid Waste Facility.
Recycling items Accepted at the Mason County Solid Waste Facility.
Newspapers and inserts - YES.
Newspaper and Magazines
Newspapers and Magazines only.
Leave loose, no bags - no junk mail - no shredded paper please.  
Cardboard - YES. Please flatten all boxes.
Corrugated Cardboard -
Brown Paper Bags
Flatten all boxes. No cereal boxes or waxed coated cardboard. No pizza boxes or cardboard contaminated with food.
Glass  is accepted at the  Belfair, Hoodsport,  & Union Transfer Stations and the Main Landfill in Shelton.
Glass
Jars and bottles only. No dishes or window glass.  All colors accepted,
no sorting necessary. Remove all metal caps and lids. Rinse to clean. Labels can remain.
#1 Pete Plastic Bottles. Rinse and remove caps.
#1 Pete Plastic Bottles
Just BOTTLES Please.
Beverage bottles only. Rinse and remove caps.  No plastic bags, butter tubs, food trays, bakery plastic, toys, styrofoam.  Just the BOTTLE shape.
Milk Jugs - YES - Remove lids - Rinse - Flatten.
#2 HDPE Bottles and Jugs
Please rinse.
Discard tops and flatten.

#1 & #2 plastics, milk cartons and juice boxes can go in the bin together, Bottles and jugs only, no (margarine) tubs. Colored bottles and jugs OK.
Paper milk-style cartons
Milk Cartons - Juice Boxes
Rinse and flatten,
Please no frozen juice containers, butter boxes, or microwavable packaging.
Metal Cans - YES
Tin Cans
Rinse and Flatten
Aluminum cans - YES
Aluminum Cans
Rinse and Flatten
Mixed Paper - YES
 Mixed Paper

Junk mail, cereal boxes, school papers, egg cartons, phone books,  magazines, catalogs, bagged shredded paper, envelopes - no need to remove plastic windows or staples.
 
Clothing Bin
Bring your reusable household items!  There is a bin for used clothing.  Please bring your gently used clothing and place in the bin.  Good used shoes, linens and bedding are also accepted.
For over forty years, Northwest Center has been a leader in promoting the rights and independence of people with developmental disabilities. You can visit their web site at the link below:

For more information call: (360) 427- 5271 or email
You can also get recycling information throughout Washington State by calling
1 (800) RECYCLE or visiting us at 1800recycle.wa.gov

For reusable items, try 2good2toss.com
Your Online Exchange For Reusable Building Materials And Large Household Items

Questions??  Comments??  
Please e-mail: Donna Adler