Generator Status and Business Waste

Generator status is the degree of regulation a business must follow depending on the amount of dangerous waste produced by a business in a given month. There are three levels of generator status in Washington state: Small Quantity Generators (SQG), Medium Quantity Generators (MQG), Large Quantity Generators (LQG). 

Northern can assist businesses at all levels of generator status with waste disposal.

​Including:

  • Waste Designation

  • Determining Generator Status

  • Management of Designated Waste 

What We Do

Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste.

Northern can conduct, coordinate, and manage the disposal of all types of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes generated by clients.

How We Do It

Waste Management Services

Northern helps clients with the cleanup, transport, and disposal of materials to permitted disposal facilities locally or cross country.

Regulatory Compliance Assistance

Waste management can be complicated. Northern Environmental can assist clients with permit applicationswaste designation, and more.  

Learn more about generator status on Washington Department of Ecology's Website

Northern Environmental not only follows federal waste regulations but also adheres to Washington State's "dangerous waste" regulations. In Washington State, dangerous waste includes more waste types than those listed in the federal government's definition of hazardous waste.

 

Northern is equipped to handle both federal and Washington State requirements for waste generated by businesses. 

Business Generated Waste Regulations in Washington State vs. Federal Government.

Learn more about dangerous waste on the Washington Department of Ecology's Website