Gasoline Lawn Mower Recycling
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Gas-powered yard equipment is not only noisy but spews exhaust into the air – in the summertime contributing about 13 percent of our region’s summertime ozone, which can result in smog. Recycle your gas-powered lawn mower into scrap metal at one of these locations, then head in to your neighborhood hardware store to check out a new push, battery-powered or electric-corded mower.
King County does not sponsor a central collection of old lawn mowers for recycling. There are some options for recycling your old mower. More>
Mowers may be turned in at Seattle Public Utilities North Recycling and Disposal station, or south station. More>
Pierce county residents can recycle their lawn mower for FREE at:
Hidden Valley Transfer Station
17925 Meridian St. E.
Remove all fluids first. Take to the recycle center (inside gate, to the right). Call first for hours and to confirm the program is still in effect.
While free recycling of your mower isn't offered, you can still help the environment and dispose of your mower properly as scrap metal at any of the county transfer stations or land fills. Be sure to remove any liquids and non-metallic parts first. Check your local Kitsap County Solid Waste facility for fees.