You must submit a dangerous waste annual report if you have an active EPA/State Identification (ID) Number (known previously as a RCRA Site ID Number).
- Reports are due on March 1. This is a federal requirement. We can't give extensions.
- Report electronically using TurboWaste.
This year, TurboWaste got a face-lift! You may notice a new look and feel, and we think you will find it easier to navigate the reporting process.
We are collecting more information this year
You may notice some new questions on the forms you normally fill out. We explain each of these questions in the annual reporting user guide
and in the help links within TurboWaste.
We are here to help — contact us if you have questions.
What is the dangerous waste annual report?
The dangerous waste annual report summarizes your dangerous waste activities in Washington state.
Dangerous waste annual reports include:
Depending on your generator status and activities, you may be required to provide additional information about dangerous waste management, shipments, and waste received. Learn more about the information you are required to submit and the forms to use.
Who has to report?
Every site with an active EPA/State ID Number must submit a dangerous waste annual report to Ecology.
What documents do I need to complete my report?
You will need:
- Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifests for the reporting year
- Records of dangerous waste quantities generated, accumulated, or managed
- Designated facility end of year report/yearly summary
- Waste profiles
- Recycling credit documentation issued by your designated facility if you recycled your waste
- Special waste bill of lading