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New Mobile App for Chemical Hazard Information

Image: tablet and phone displaying NIOSH app NIOSH released a mobile version of their Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. Use it to search over 600 chemicals for life-saving information.

Saskia van Bergen, Washington State Department of Ecology



Comment on Amendments to the Hazardous Waste Fee Regulation

graphic: speech bubbles with question mark and exclamation point Read about the proposed rulemaking and submit your formal comments before January 17, 2017.

Diane Fowler, Washington State Department of Ecology




New Process for Submitting Dangerous Waste Annual Reports

Image: woman at computer Federal requirements will add extra steps for large quantity generators submitting Dangerous Waste Annual Reports. Read about the requirements and access our user's guide for instructions.

Jeri Brining, Washington State Department of Ecology



Automated Tools can Help Companies Avoid Regrettable Chemical Substitutions

Photo: virtual paint system List translators provide information on the hazards associated with different chemicals. Examine the chemicals you use or potential replacements. Sign up for a webinar or training to learn more.

Saskia van Bergen, Washington State Department of Ecology



Consultants not Authorized to Sign Dangerous Waste Annual Reports

Photo: signature line with penWe've learned that some businesses use consulting firms to report their dangerous waste activities. Make sure an authorized representative of your company reviews, signs, and submits your reports.

Jeri Brining, Washington State Department of Ecology



New Resources for Small Quantity Generators Available in Spanish

Photo: cover of Spanish language brochureCheck out our newly-translated brochure and subtitled video explaining the basics of dangerous waste.

Janna Ryan, Washington State Department of Ecology