Non-residential wastes produced at a rate of less than 220 pounds per month or per batch (or 2.2 pounds per month or per batch of extremely hazardous waste) and accumulate less than 2,200 pounds of hazardous waste onsite (or 22 pounds of extremey hazardous waste). These wastes can be disposed of at the Central Transfer Station.

SMQ, to schedule an appointmens for SQG can be made at 360-538-7080

SQG Information

The Dangerous Waste Regulations, Chapter 173-303 WAC, use the term Small Quantity Generator to describe individuals and businesses that generate and/or accumulate dangerous waste in small amounts. These generators are conditionally exempt from many state regulatory requirements.

Activities that may generate dangerous waste include auto body repair, printing, dry cleaning, dentistry, and medical care.

Many wastes contain certain chemicals or have properties that make them dangerous to human health and the environment.

The Dangerous Waste Regulations describe a process called “designation” that determines whether a waste is dangerous. Wastes are categorized based on the characteristics or criteria they exhibit, or if they are found on a specific list in the Dangerous Waste Regulations.

For additional information, please visit the Department of Ecology site.