Battery & Bulb Recycling
Free household light bulb and battery recycling is available at City Hall during business hours.
Please visit our Medicine Return page to learn more about how to dispose of unwanted prescription medications.
Used batteries can be recycled at the designated area located in the first-floor lobby of Woodinville City Hall. Look for blue cylinder tubes with removable lids. Please do not leave boxes or bags of batteries on the floor near the tubes.
Batteries we can accept include:
- Cell phone
- Button batteries
All battery types listed above contain mercury and other hazardous materials and should not go to the landfill.
Batteries Not Accepted
Batteries we cannot accept include:
- UPS (uninterruptible power supply)
For more information on where to safely dispose of these types of batteries, please visit the King County "What Do I Do With...?" website.
Rechargeable batteries can be used multiple times and disposable batteries can only be used once. Try using rechargeable batteries to reduce waste and save money.
Light Bulbs Accepted
The City of Woodinville in partnership with Puget Sound Energy offers free collection of CFL and incandescent bulbs for recycling. Look for the big green box located on the first-floor lobby at Woodinville City Hall. Please do not leave boxes or bags of bulbs on the floor near the recycle box.
Light bulbs we can accept include:
- Compact fluorescent lights (CFL)
- Incandescent bulbs
Light Bulbs Not Accepted
Light bulbs we cannot accept include:
- Fluorescent tubes
You can host your own light bulb recycling box by visiting
Puget Sound Energy's "Host a Blub Recycling Collection Box" page.