Styrofoam Recycling Event Kitsap County 12-29-2018



Styrofoam Recycling Event Dec. 29 at County Fairgrounds

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Usually swimming in Styrofoam after the holidays?

dog in packing peanuts

(Port Orchard, WA) – Save Styrofoam™ packaging from your holiday shopping and gift-getting and bring it to Kitsap County’s third STYRO-Roundup recycling collection event.

This free recycling event for Kitsap County residents is scheduled for Saturday, December 29 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds Van Zee building at 1200 Fairgrounds Rd. NW, Bremerton. Please limit your load to one carload per household.

Accepted Styrofoam™ Items:

  • Packing peanuts
  • Styrofoam™ blocks – no tape or labels
  • Food packaging- clean and unstained
  • Styrofoam™ trays- separate color from white
  • Items must be clean, dry, and empty. Please remove packing tape and labels. Sort materials by type and color.
  • Click the event flyer below to see pictures of accepted items.

Not Accepted:

  • No soft foam (craft, hot tub covers)
  • No Expanded Polyethylene (EPE)
  • No sealed foam
  • No foil-lined foam
  • No trailers or box trucks.
  • No commercial customers — households only.

Printable Event Flyer

Can’t make the event?

Here are some ideas for people who can’t make the event but still want to recycle their Styrofoam™:

  • Ask your neighborhood Facebook or Nextdoor group if anyone is willing to bring your items to the event for you. (Repay them with holiday cookies?)
  • Read our What Do I Do With It? recycling guide for some year-round recycling and reuse options for Styrofoam™ items.
  • Save it for our 2019 STYRO-Roundup events. (Scheduled in the new year.)

If you can’t recycle your Styrofoam™, please put it in your garbage.

Bag up packing peanuts so they don’t blow away when your garbage hauler lifts your cart. Styrofoam™ packaging is not recyclable in your curbside bin or at county recycling and disposal facilities.

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