Product Replacement Program

Our Product Replacement Program is a cutting-edge, preventative program designed to identify and address the most problematic chemicals impacting the state. It provides:

  • Reimbursement funding.
  • Collection and disposal services.
  • Opportunities for businesses to transition to less toxic options.

Thanks to funding through the Washington Legislature, we can proactively address these problems before they become much bigger and more costly.

Current product replacement programs

Click an image to learn more about a program and how you can participate.

How can your business participate?

If you own or operate a business that uses the above products or chemicals, you may be eligible to participate. Click the icons above to learn more about each program.

If you are interested in finding safer alternatives for products you currently use, we encourage you to contact our product replacement program. Taking this step may result in a net savings to your business or the environment.

What businesses are already participating?

Over 325 businesses have already participated in our product replacement programs. Click the image below to view the interactive Power BI map or see the list of participating businesses (.xls).

Click the image to go to the interactive Power BI map of businesses participating

  • Over 75 dry cleaners have replaced their PERC equipment.
  • Over 100 fire departments plan to participate in the AFFF disposal program.
  • Over 120 auto shops have replaced solvent-based auto degreasers with safer products.
  • Airports across Washington are participating in our input-based test box program to reduce AFFF.

How did the Product Replacement Program start?

The Washington Legislature provided funding for this program to help businesses that wish to transition away from toxic chemicals. Businesses that wish to make their operations greener and more sustainable often cannot due to cost barriers.

Through our experience and relationships with Washington businesses, we can help many of them achieve their goals of supporting healthier workplaces for their employees and the environment through this program.