The TurboWaste.Net application is for Washington State locations that generate, transport or otherwise manage Dangerous/Hazardous waste, and have an active identification number. TurboWaste.Net allows you to file certain Notifications of Dangerous Waste Activity and Dangerous Waste Annual Reports over the internet.
TurboWaste.Net was updated on 12/14/2016
Consultants are not authorized representatives:
Consultants do not meet the definition of authorized representative established by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Ecology is required by statute to follow the laws put in place by the federal EPA in 40 CFR 270.11, Signatories to permit applications and reports. A signature on any report or notification must be from an authorized representative of the company. Authorized representative is defined in 40 CFR 260.10 (https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2012-title40-vol27/xml/CFR-2012-title40-vol27-sec260-10.xml). Any documents submitted with consultant contact information and/or by consultants using this application will not be accepted.
New reporting requirements for Large Quantity Generators and TSDs:
Beginning in January 2017 all Large Quantity Generators (LQG) and TSDs will be required to use CROMERR to submit their Dangerous Waste Annual Reports (reports). Please see the CROMERR User's Guide for more information about the new requirements.
Read about Changes made to TurboWaste.Net for the 2016 reporting year.
New to Turbowaste.Net Electronic Reporting?
The TurboWaste.Net Users Guide will help you get started and to use the software.
The 2016 Dangerous Waste Annual Reporting Forms and Line-by-Line Instructions book and other reporting information is on the HWTR Program Annual Dangerous Waste Reporting Main Page.
Have questions about electronic reporting? Read the Frequently Asked Questions.