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Manage Dangerous Waste
Which Rules Apply? (Generator Status)
Designate Your Waste - Is Your Waste Dangerous?
Waste by Business Type
Dangerous Waste Fees
in Your Community
State Solid and Hazardous Waste Plan (Beyond Waste)
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Manage Dangerous Waste
General Requirements for Managing Dangerous Waste
include storage, labeling, transportation, recycling, recordkeeping, and more.
Dangerous Waste Basics
Label Dangerous Waste
Storage and Accumulation
Reuse and Recycling
Keeping Good Records
Recordkeeping and Turbowaste
Transport and Shipping
Plan for Emergencies
Hazardous Waste and Used Oil Facilities
Sampling & Labs
Treatment by Generator
Counting Dangerous Waste
Beneficial Reuse/ Recycling of Dangerous Waste
depends on how much waste you produce. Find out your generator status: small-, medium-, or large-quantity generators have different rules.
Rules for Large Quantity Generators
Rules for Medium Quantity Generators
Rules for Small Quantity Generators
Recordkeeping for SQGs
Designate Your Waste - Is it Dangerous
helps you determine if a waste is dangerous and what waste codes apply. Learn more from our video.
Step 1: Get Ready to Designate
Step 2: Is it Exempt or Excluded?
Step 3: Is it Listed
Step 4: What are the Hazards (Characteristics)?
Step 5: Check Washington State-only Criteria
Dangerous Waste Designation Tool
Manage Waste by Business Type
covers business-specific information, including common waste streams and special requirements.
Automotive Collision Repair
Construction and Demolition
Dry Cleaners and Garment Care
Electroplating/ Metal Finishing
Federal/ Military Facilities
Fiberglass/ Fiber-reinforced Plastics
Financial Assurance for Dangerous Waste Facilities
describes the requirement that companies make sure money will be available to clean up after their operations.
Financial Assurance for TSDRs
Financial Assurance Mechanisms
Financial Assurance Types
Financial Assurance Updates
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