The State Solid and Hazardous Waste Plan - Moving Washington Beyond Waste and Toxics
The State Solid and Hazardous Waste Plan - Moving Washington Beyond Waste and Toxics (Number of pages: 53) (Publication Size: 4747KB)
|Author(s)||Bogar, Janine; Chapman, Chris|
|Description||Washington's state plan guides the future management of waste and materials in the state. It also gives direction to local governments as they develop local solid and hazardous waste plans. The state plan supports the waste management hierarchy established in the solid and hazardous waste statutes, which identify waste reduction as the highest priority. The plan's 30-year vision supports this hierarchy.|
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|Keywords||State Plan, waste management, solid waste, hazardous waste|
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