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Small Business Hazardous Waste Disposal Julia Singer, Cheri Grasso Businesses in King County meeting necessary criteria may dispose of hazardous wastes at the household hazardous waste sites for no fee. This flyer shows some of the materials that are accepted for dis ... 08/01/2016
Working Together to Reduce Toxics at Home, at Work and in the Environment Mary Rabourn, Lisa Niehaus, Julia Singer Program services for businesses and residents are listed at a glance. Business owners can see what services they could use at home, and residents that own businesses or have friends, family or colleag ... 07/01/2016
King County Residents - What to Do with Unwanted Household Hazardous Products Julia Singer Describes household products that should be disposed of as hazardous waste, with photos of products, locations of disposal sites, and contacts for more information or questions. 06/01/2016
2015 Financial and Performance Report: Local Hazardous Waste Management Program Ryan Kellogg The LHWMP 2015 Financial and Performance Report for the Management Coordination Committee (MCC) describes the Program’s finances and summarizes the services that the Program delivered in 2015. 201 ... 04/01/2016
Before, During and After a Flood: Flood Response Information to Help You Reduce Risk to Your Family and Property Julia Singer, Saffa Bardaro, Mary Rabourn, Hilary Karasz, and Lynne Miller Sections include: Emergency plan contacts, Flooding in King County, What to do before a flood, What to do during and after a flood, Recovering from a flood, Long-term recovery, and Key flood terms. 04/01/2016
Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County: 2015 Highlights Ryan Kellogg This annual summary, for partners and others, offers program details and financial information at a glance. The summary contains highlights of the program's impact on the mission areas of use and stor ... 04/01/2016
Safe Handling of Empty Containers Washington State Department of Ecology This publication describes how to handle and dispose of empty containers that contained dangerous wastes. Link directly to this brochure from DOE: ... 04/01/2016
The Aquatic Toxicity of Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Solvent Stephen G. Whittaker Perchloroethylene (PERC) is the most frequently used dry cleaning solvent in King County, Washington and nationwide. Although the aquatic toxicity of pure PERC is well-described in the literature, the ... 04/01/2016
Regulatory Guidance for Cannabis Operations Debra Oliver These guidelines provide government agency inspectors and businesses with the contacts and resources necessary to begin developing an understanding of regulations applied to cannabis operations. It ex ... 03/31/2016
Cleaning With Caution Emmanuel Rivera These images are used to help teach our Cleaning with Caution workshop. The workshop helps janitors and house cleaners do their work in a safer manner. They learn how to choose safer cleaning produc ... 03/01/2016
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