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Hazardous Waste Drop-off Station


Operating Hours

Wednesday     8 AM - 4 PM
Thursday     8 AM - 4 PM
Friday     8 AM - 4 PM
Saturday     8 AM - 4 PM

Closed: New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

The Snohomish County HHW facility is free to residential customers, with the exception of latex-based paint


Operating Hours

Monday     10 AM - 4 PM
Tuesday     10 AM - 4 PM
Wednesday     10 AM - 4 PM
Thursday     10 AM - 4 PM
Friday     10 AM - 4 PM

Same hours on the first Saturday of each month.

Hazardous waste accepted from Skagit County residents and qualifying businesses only. Latex paint included.


Operating Hours

Monday     9 AM - 4 PM
Tuesday     9 AM - 4 PM
Wednesday     9 AM - 4 PM
Thursday     9 AM - 4 PM
Friday     9 AM - 4 PM

Same hours on the first Saturday of each month.

Dispose of hazardous waste, such as used oil, paint and garden products.
Latex paint included.

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Latex Paint?

Lots of Options

Recycle your unwanted latex paint for free at participating PaintCare drop-off locations. Visit www.paintcare.org for details and additional locations. Go green and make a positive impact today!

Recycle For Free


3707 172nd St NE


Ace Hardware of Silver Lake
11014 19th Ave SE

Rodda Paint
7825 Evergreen Way

2115 Pacific Ave

Miller Paint
4302 Rucker Ave


Miller Paint
5009 196th St SW

4201 196th St SW


Marysville Paint
1717 Grove St

1105 State Ave


12122 Mukilteo Speedway

Recycle For A Fee

Snohomish County's Hazardous Waste Drop-off in Everett accepts liquid latex paint for a fee. Bring it in the original container to 3434 McDougall Avenue, Wed-Sat, 8 am-4 pm. Avoid mixing paint cans. It will be recycled by a third-party partner.

Put dried-out latex paint in the garbage
Liquids are not accepted in the garbage, but latex
paint can be put in the garbage if the proper steps
are followed to dry it out first. Here are three ways
to dry out latex paint:

  1. Remove the paint can lid and let the paint
    dry out in the can, in a well-ventilated area.
    Protect from freezing and rain, as well as
    curious children and pets. This only works
    when an inch or less of paint is left in the can
    and is most effective in the warmer months.
  2. Mix kitty litter, mulch, soil, sawdust or
    shredded paper into the latex paint and
    allow the mixture to dry to the consistency
    of lumpy oatmeal. Use a 50/50 mixture for
    the fastest drying time.
  3. Mix a commercial paint hardener such as
    “Waste-Away” with latex paint according
    to the directions.

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