Reports & fees
Businesses may be required to submit certain reports to us. The types of reports and possible fees you may need to pay depends on the:
- Products used and stored.
- Wastes generated.
- Type of work done at your facility.
Types of reports
Dangerous waste reports
If you generate dangerous waste, your facility or business may be required to submit a:
- Dangerous Waste Annual Report (required of businesses with an EPA/State ID number).
- Notification about dangerous waste activities, such as:
- Planned or unplanned episodic events.
- Large quantity waste consolidation.
- Hazardous secondary materials.
- Your decision as a health care facility to manage waste under the special requirements.
- Pollution prevention (P2) plan (we will notify you if this is required).
Learn more about dangerous waste reporting requirements.
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) reports
If your business or facility uses or stores certain types of chemicals over a certain amount, you are required to submit reports such as:
Learn more about EPCRA’s reporting requirements.
Children’s Safe Products Act (CSPA) reports
Children’s product manufacturers must submit reports under CSPA if they:
- Sell children's products in Washington,
- These products contain one or more chemicals of high concern to children (CHCCs).
Learn more about CSPA reporting guidance.