Dangerous waste annual report
The dangerous waste annual report is a combination of required forms and other documents that summarize your dangerous waste activities in Washington state.
If you have an active EPA/State Identification (ID) Number, then you must submit a dangerous waste annual report.
- Reports are due March 1 (by 12 a.m. midnight).
- This is a federal requirement.
- We cannot give extensions.
You may submit your report one of two ways:
What do you need to complete your report?
Site identification (ID) form
All reporters with an active EPA/State Identification number, regardless of generator category or activities, must complete this form. The Site ID form provides contact information and a summary of waste activities for the reporting year.
In addition to the Site ID form, you may also be required to submit one or more of the following forms with your annual report. Review the criteria for each form to determine if you need to submit it.
In addition to the forms above, you will also need to submit:
- All Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifests for the reporting year.
- Records of dangerous waste quantities generated, accumulated, and managed.
- Waste profiles, if you have them.
- Recycling credit documentation issued by your designated facility if you recycled your waste.
- Bills of lading.
- Waste codes.
Depending on your generator category and activities, you may be required to provide additional information about dangerous waste management, shipments, and waste received.
You have two options to submit your dangerous waste annual report to us. We encourage all reporters to use the TurboWaste service through SAW.