Local Source Control Partnership
Local, state, and federal hazardous waste and stormwater regulations can be complex. Small business owners want to do everything they can to protect the environment and comply with the law, but it’s not always easy to understand the rules, keep up with changes, and keep staff trained.
The Local Source Control Partnership provides hands-on pollution prevention advice and regulatory assistance to businesses and other organizations that generate small quantities of dangerous waste. By helping business owners do their part, we also help prevent polluted runoff from damaging Washington's streams, rivers, and Puget Sound. Learn more about Source Control.
The Local Source Control Partnership is a group of 22 local governments, including cities, counties, and health districts. A team of pollution prevention specialists conduct site visits to businesses in their local communities. This flexible approach allows communities to emphasize pollution prevention measures that match local priorities.
Read the 2013-15 biennium report to learn more about the program.
Schedule a Local Source Control Visit
Contact a pollution prevention specialist with your community's Local Source Control program to schedule a free visit.
Other Washington source control programs:
Source control at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:
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