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Preserving Asotin County

Providing solid waste services that will preserve the environment for future generations.

Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to protect public health and the environment through efficient, effective, and fiscally-responsible practices, while also providing stable and affordable solid waste management services for our community and our solid waste partners.

 

Our vision is to provide waste disposal services in a manner that will preserve the environment for future generations. Our mission considers the three E’s of sustainability, which reconcile environment, social equality, and economic demands within Asotin County.

FAQ

What happens to my wastes that I drop off in the hazardous waste facility?

The used oil, antifreeze, flammable liquids, lightbulbs and batteries are recycled. The latex paint is solidified and landfilled. The poisons and corrosives are dry-packed in their original packaging with absorbent, and shipped to an appropriate facility to be managed.

What if I have more than 10 gallons of hazardous waste?

Individuals have to bring portions of it and make multiple visits over a period of time.

What do I do with used oil and hazardous waste containers? They’re empty, but they had hazardous waste in them at one time.

If they are empty, then they should be placed in the trash to be landfilled.

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