Hazardous waste

The federal government uses the term "hazardous waste" for what Washington terms "dangerous waste." Dangerous waste includes more wastes than are in the federal hazardous waste definition because Washington's rules are more protective.
The federal government uses the term "hazardous waste" for what Washington terms "dangerous waste." Dangerous waste includes more wastes than are in the federal hazardous waste definition because Washington's rules are more protective.

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Tackling Toxics: Aerospace company boosts production while reducing environmental impact
Production Plating Industries, an aerospace product finishing company in Mukilteo, redesigned the floorplan in their plating area to increase production and enhance their customer base.
Ecology and partners to host workshop on responding to battery fires
Lithium Battery Seminar at the Spokane Fire Department’s training center.
Tackling Toxics: Romac Industries reworks production line to reduce dangerous waste
Romac Industries surface-finishes stainless steel parts. Unfortunately, this process generates about 32 tons of waste annually. That’s when they called Ecology’s Lean/Green program.
How to replace hazardous lights in Washington schools
By filling out an application and verifying that it meets the criteria, Reardan High School recently qualified for up to $10,000 to remove, dispose of, and replace 30 old light ballasts.
Cleaning up: Pasco Landfill
More than 35,000 drums were removed from the closed Pasco Landfill. Contractors completed the work safely, incorporated green principles, and positively impacted the community.
We’re on the move: Launching the next Safer Products for Washington phase
We’re gearing up to develop rules for the first Safer Products for Washington cycle, and we hope you will continue to be involved.
Empowering the next generation of change makers
On Earth Day, Hilltop Heritage Middle School students showcased posters featuring the various lifecycle stages for different consumer products, like toothbrushes and toilet paper.
Help us tackle our new plan to reduce exposure to phthalates
Ecology is working with stakeholders to make a plan to reduce exposure to phthalates, and we need your input.
Tackling Toxics: A lasting tribute to a pollution prevention champion
Facilities are often interested in eliminating toxics — but employee buy-in is a critical requirement. That’s where Dr. Wolf and her team at PPRC come in.
Our work to rid schools and buildings of hazardous PCBs
Few would argue there are higher priorities than protecting children. We want to see that protection extended to those who work in the places where they spend vast amounts of time: schools.

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