Dangerous waste reporting requirements
Businesses that generate dangerous waste may be required to submit certain dangerous waste reports.
- Notifications of dangerous waste activities.
- Dangerous waste annual report.
- Pollution prevention (P2) plan.
In some instances, you may also be required to pay certain dangerous waste fees.
Notification of dangerous waste activities
Businesses may need to notify us of dangerous waste activities, such as:
- Episodic waste generation (planned or unplanned).
- Large quantity consolidation.
- Hazardous secondary materials.
- Health care facilities that intend to manage waste under the special requirements.
Businesses must have an EPA/State ID Number to submit notifications. These numbers can be created, reactivated or withdrawn.
Dangerous waste annual report
The dangerous waste annual report is a combination of required forms and other documents that summarize a business’s dangerous waste activities in Washington. All sites with an active EPA/State ID Number must submit a dangerous waste annual report.
Pollution prevention (P2) plan
Some businesses are required to submit a pollution prevention (P2) plan to reduce hazardous substance use and dangerous waste. If your business is required to submit a plan, we will contact you.