Solid waste

Solid waste is discarded material that is not intended for another use. Waste management in Washington relies on partnerships between state and local governments, and the private sector. County governments and local health departments develop solid waste regulations and management plans. Ecology's Solid Waste Management program supports local governments with technical assistance and guidance.
Solid waste is discarded material that is not intended for another use. Waste management in Washington relies on partnerships between state and local governments, and the private sector. County governments and local health departments develop solid waste regulations and management plans. Ecology's Solid Waste Management program supports local governments with technical assistance and guidance.

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Not littering… Simple As That
Litter is a big problem with easy solutions. Small daily choices have a big impact. Live litter-free and help others do the same.
Partnerships fuel removal of toxic tires from Washington’s waters
Removing waste tires from Washington's waters is a complex, long-term issue. But we can start tackling parts of the problem now. Learn about two of our grant recipients working on tire removal.
Earth Day 2022: Less is more
Invest in our planet is the theme for Earth Day 2022. We're investing in the planet by taking out and keeping out litter, plastics, and food waste.
30 ways to reduce food waste in Washington
The Use Food Well Washington Plan holds 30 recommendations to reduce food waste and create a more resilient food system.
$84,000 to 20 waste reduction projects
Through the Waste Not Washington program, we awarded more than $84,000 to 20 waste reduction projects.
Food waste reduction plan holds economic, social, and environmental benefits
The draft Use Food Well Washington Plan is a roadmap to reaching the state’s goals of cutting food waste in half by 2030. The draft plan is now available to the public for review and comment.
Reducing plastics in Washington
Plastic pollution is everywhere and poses a threat to human health, wildlife, and the environment .
$500,000 to help beat back the recycling crisis
Ecology’s Recycling Development Center has awarded $504,073 to 10 local governments and one university to help develop and grow markets for recycled materials.
Ecology's brushes with the famous
A brief list of some famous people Ecology has worked with over the past 50 years.
50 years of litter pickup and prevention
Maintaining the quality of scenic roads and the health of roadsides and what lies downgrade is a cornerstone of our work and serves as a thermometer to litter control efforts across the state.

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