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Non-Hazardous &
Universal Waste

Northern Environmental's non-hazardous waste disposal and transportation services are designed for streamlined disposal of your waste.  Northern's highly trained team members specialize in developing cost effective preventative maintenance programs specifically tailored to our customer needs. Whether it’s routine service or an emergency , Northern is proficient with local, state and federal regulations reducing our client's liability and providing hassle-free service.

Northern Environmental's Drum Waste Disposal Services effectively manage hazardous waste disposal, regardless of size. Whether it’s only a few ounces, 55-gallon drums, or cubic yard size containers, our expert team makes sure your waste is efficiently collected and properly disposed of, regardless of the waste type.

Northern Environmental's Drum Waste Disposal Services effectively manage hazardous waste disposal, regardless of size. Whether it’s only a few ounces, 55-gallon drums, or cubic yard size containers, our expert team makes sure your waste is efficiently collected and properly disposed of, regardless of the waste type.

Northern Environmental
Manages Non-Hazardous Waste

  • Oil/water mixtures

  • Storm water

  • Process sludge/liquids

  • Mixed fuels

  • Off-spec products

  • Aqueous parts washer solutions

  • Investigative Derived Waste

  • Car wash waste

  • Antifreeze

  • Used oil/oil filters

  • Spent Absorbents

  • Latex paint

  • Machine Coolant

  • Industrial sludge

  • Manufacturing waste

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Northern Environmental is the local choice for managing and disposal of non-hazardous waste.  From bulk loads of oily water to drums of absorbent pads, Northern's range of capabilities covers it all.  With our roots in non-hazardous waste disposal services, Northern stands alone providing our customers with superior customer service and timely scheduling throughout Washington State.

Not sure if what you have is non-hazardous waste?

Universal and E-Waste

Universal waste requirements established in 1995 by the US EPA provided regulations known as the Universal Waste Rule in order to promote the recycling and proper disposal of waste widely generated, which includes certain hazardous materials.

Universal wastes:

  • Batteries (Lead acid, alkaline, NiCd, Lithium)

  • Bulbs (Lamps, Lights)

  • Mercury-Containing Equipment (thermostats, thermometers)

E-wastes:

  • Televisions

  • Computers

  • Computer monitors

  • Portable or laptop computers, including tablets

Check out our services regarding hazardous, dangerous, and non-hazardous waste.