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Hazardous Waste Reporting

Idaho's Hazardous Waste Management Act of 1983 (Idaho Code §39-44) requires large and small quantity generators of hazardous waste in the state to report to DEQ by January 31 of each year on the types and quantities of hazardous wastes generated, shipped for treatment and disposal, and remaining in storage, and whether the hazardous wastes generated will be disposed of or treated in Idaho or out of state. In addition, operators of hazardous waste disposal facilities are required to report annually on the types and quantities of wastes received that were generated in Idaho or out of state.

EPA requires large quantity hazardous waste generators and treatment, storage, and disposal facilities to report biennially on the quantities, type, and management of hazardous wastes generated, shipped, and/or received from off site.

2018 Hazardous Waste Report

DEQ compiles the information reported and submits an annual waste management report to the governor and legislature. The most recent report, for calendar year 2018, shows that the overall volume of hazardous waste generated in Idaho decreased by 33% last year, from 8,743 tons in 2017 to 5,889 tons in 2018.

This year, the combined overall decrease occurred due to decreases in the other waste, TSD waste, characteristic waste, and solvent waste categories, which indicates that hazardous waste generated during the regular, ongoing processes throughout the state has remained fairly comparable to the previous years’ generation and suggests that waste minimization efforts continue to be successful.              

Link to the 2018 report and reports dating back to 2013 at right.






Staff Contacts

Hazardous Waste Data Analyst
Rene Anderson
DEQ State Office
Waste Management & Remediation Division
1410 N. Hilton
Boise, ID 83706
(208) 373-0210

Hazardous Waste Management Reports

Related Pages

Hazardous Waste in Idaho

How to Determine Your Generator Status