Recycling and trash services in Island County are provided by a combination of private companies and local governments. Island County contracts out recycle services, trash long haul and disposal services. Trash collected in Island County is sent to Allied Waste’s Roosevelt Regional Landfill.
Recyclables collected at County recycle parks on Whidbey Island are processed and marketed by Island Recycling (360-331-1727.)
On Camano Island, recyclables collected at the curb or at the Camano Island Transfer station are processed and marketed by Waste Management’s Cascade Recycling Center.
Have it Collected
The City of Oak Harbor collects trash, recyclables and yard waste for its residents.
Island Disposal, a Waste Connections company, collects residential trash in unincorporated Whidbey Island, the City of Langley and the Town of Coupeville. 321-1331 or 678-5701
E-mail for Recycling Information:
Haul Your Own
Private Sector Businesses
CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION DEBRIS
Lautenbach Industries, Serving Island County and NW Washington, 360-757-4000
Concrete Nor’west, Oak Harbor, 360-675-2626
CONCRETE & ASPHALT
Whidbey: Island Disposal, Inc., 360-678-5701 or 360-321-1331
Camano: Waste Management, Inc, 800-592-9995
FILL DIRT - UNCONTAMINATED SOILS WITHOUT YARD AND TREE DEBRIS
Concrete Nor’west, Oak Harbor, 360-675-2626 (phone prior to delivery)
Ed’s Construction, Coupeville, 360-678-4021
Mailliard’s Landing Nursery, Oak Harbor, 360-679-8544
Rempel Bros, Greenbank, 360-678-4622
Island Recycling, Freeland, 360-331-1727
Oak Harbor Recycling Center (Non-ferrous metals, papers), Oak Harbor, 360-675-9193
METALS & NON-REFRIGERATING APPLIANCES
Mailliard ’s Landing Nursery, Oak Harbor, 360-679-8544
City of Langley, Pre-paid punch cards available from City Hall, 360-221-4246
F-1 Sand & Gravel (brush & land-clearing debris), Oak Harbor, 360-675-0718
Lenz Enterprises, Stanwood, 360-629-2933
Island County and Island Recycling are participants in the E-Cycle Washington program that is paid for by the manufacturers. E-Cycle Washington is an example of an industry taking some responsibility for the end fates of their products, or “product stewardship.”
Televisions, Monitors, Computer towers (“cpu’s”)
Sorry, not Accepted in the E-Cycle Washington system:
DVD players, Clock Radios, Keyboards, mice, Printers, External drives or other peripherals
There are some businesses that accept these to recycled for a fee. Try the Take-it-Back Network of businesses that accept small and large quantities of all types of electronics. Fees vary.
E-Cycle Washington Participating Locations
Please bring enough ‘muscle power’ to unload your electronics and place on the provided pallets.E-Cycle Washington is paid for by electronics manufactures. Computers, monitors and televisions contain lead, cadmium, mercury and other metals that toxic, persistent and sometimes bioaccumulative in the environment. Steel and plastic can be recycled. Recycling eligible electronics through the E-cycle Washington program prevents environmental contamination and saves you money!
If you have a question about waste reduction, recycling, composting, or household hazardous waste that isn't addressed on this website, call the Recycling Information Line weekdays, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
North/Central Whidbey, 679-7386
South Whidbey, 321-5111 ext 7386
Camano, 629-4522 ext 7386
Weekend phone numbers are located with site information above.