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Questions? 206-263-8899Business Waste Line or toll free at 800-325-6165, ext. 3-8899
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed noon -1 p.m. and holidays.
To qualify your business must be
It is a business that
Find more information on rules for SQGs.
Your business can visit a maximum of four times a year. Call 206-263-8899 or e-mail if you need to dispose of your waste more often than this or for more options.
This service is designed primarily for occasional generators of hazardous waste. Routine generators should manage their hazardous wastes via private hazardous waste management firms.
Call (206) 263-8899 if you are not sure if you qualify.
Some common wastes are hazardous and do not go in the garbage or down drains. Find out what wastes you can bring to a hazardous waste collection site.
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The collection sites are not designed to accept high grade laboratory waste or potentially explosive compounds. Laboratory chemicals MUST be approved by Program staff before you bring them to a facility for disposal.
To obtain approval email a list of your laboratory chemical (including the chemical names, concentrations and volumes) to email@example.com.
Call 206-263-8899 if you have any questions.
Yes, you may use a hauler. But we prefer that the business owner/manager or a company employee bring the waste themselves.
Call 206-263-8899 if you have more than these limits. We reserve the right to refuse any waste at our facilities.
*A fee charged on garbage/water/sewer bills funds the business hazardous waste disposal program. There is no additional fee to dispose of your hazardous waste materials through this program.
** Laboratories, medical facilities, pest control operators and other businesses that work with highly toxic or reactive chemicals (called “acutely hazardous wastes”) may produce wastes with a monthly SQG limit of 2.2 pounds. Call the business waste line (206-263-8899) for help or check the “P” list of discarded chemical products http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=173-303-9903.