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Hazardous Waste & Toxics Reduction

Hazardous Waste Service Directory is Unavailable

The directory is currently not available. Due to budget cuts, our directory was not maintained and became outdated. The directory will not be available while we explore options to bring it up to date.

Need to Find a Waste Contractor?
We have found three other directories to help you find service providers:

Please note: The Department of Ecology does not endorse any service providers listed in any of the directories. You are responsible for making sure your dangerous waste is handled and disposed of properly.

Need to Find a Lab?
If you need to find a lab to test your waste, see our Lab page to search for labs and get information about choosing one.

How to Choose a Waste Contractor
Protect your business by making sure any waste contractors you use are reliable. The lowest price is not always the best choice. If you use a service provider that does not manage your waste properly, you are responsible for the legal consequences, which could include the high cost of cleaning up contamination.

Balance cost, liability, and service to find the right service provider for your business. Ask questions like:

  • Are they in compliance with hazardous waste regulations?
  • Do they provide a “safety net” (financial assurance) that reduces my risk?
  • What are the detailed costs of their service?

More information and tools for choosing a waste contractor are in our online Help Guide.