Many businesses are not aware that the waste they produce is dangerous. Some wastes that require special management are lead-acid batteries, oil-based paint, waste oil, restaurant grease, solvents, and medicines. The quantity of dangerous waste you produce does matter and may impact your disposal options. Please call us for guidance (360) 778-7700.
- Identify and Dispose of Waste Properly (Department of Ecology)
- Small Quantities of Dangerous Waste (PDF)
- Hazardous Waste Services Directory (Department of Ecology)
Dangerous waste should be stored in containers with tight fitting lids. They can be stored inside or outside under cover and in a tub or on a spill pallet designed to catch drips. Containers should always be labeled.
- Label Your Containers (Department of Ecology)
- Do Your Drums Pass the Test? (PDF)
- Shop Guide for Dangerous Waste Management (PDF)
For printed copies of fact sheets and other resources, or for more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org 778-7800.
For business-related stormwater resources, trainings, and more, visit the Washington Stormwater Center.