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- Online Chemical Hazard Assessment Training
- Hazardous Waste Generation fee due June 30, 2016
A new phone app, which pulls from Tier Two data, helps emergency responders determine what chemicals are within facilities before entering.
Andy Wineke, Washington State Department of Ecology
Ecology plans to update the Dangerous Waste Regulations. We’ll amend specific sections to incorporate new federal hazardous waste rules for pharmaceutical waste and solvent wipes.
Rob Rieck, Washington State Department of Ecology
A new nonylphenol chemical category has been added to the list of reportable chemicals to TRI. Learn more about what you need to report and when.
Diane Fowler, Washington State Department of Ecology
Learn about the history of Earth Day and how the environmental movement in the 70s brought about the laws we have in place today to protect our state from pollution.
Kerry Graber, Washington State Department of Ecology
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is the world’s leading framework for sustainability or corporate social responsibility reporting. Sustainability has moved far beyond philanthropy and ethics. It’s now at the heart of corporate strategy and competitive advantage. Read about how your business can attend this training at start reporting to GRI.
Linda Glasier, Washington State Department of Ecology
This poster highlights the most common reports required from Ecology, and is illustrated to help businesses understand what to report, why they must report, and when reports are due. You can order free copies from us or you can print your own. If your facility has several reports to submit, this poster is for you!
Janna Ryan and Stephanie Malham, Washington State Department of Ecology