Find a facility that treats, stores, disposes of, or recycles dangerous waste or used oil. The facilities listed on this page may provide services in more than one category.
While the list below covers facilities across the state, it's not exhaustive. We recommend using these statewide and regional directories to also find service providers near you:
We do not endorse any service providers listed in these directories. You are responsible for making sure your dangerous waste is handled and disposed of properly.
List of dangerous waste facilities by type
Federal storage only
Dangerous waste facilities
This list includes facilities that may process, transport, transfer, or store used oil or dangerous waste. Some are commercially permitted. The table below includes the facility's name, link to their website, type of dangerous waste they handle, and their facility ID number with a link to EPA's ECHO (Enforcement and Compliance History Online) database.
ECHO provides more information about a facility's location, reports, and compliance status.
*Toxic substances subject to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) regulation include PCBs, asbestos, lead, mercury, formaldehyde, and some hexavalent chromium compounds.
Contact a hazardous waste inspector
Your business is liable for all dangerous waste you generate. If you are uncertain about your responsibilities as a dangerous waste generator, call your local Ecology office and ask for a hazardous waste compliance inspector.