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Solid Waste

 

     

  

 

Jefferson County Public Health's Solid Waste program protects public health and the environment in Jefferson County by addressing issues related to solid waste (non-hazardous) and hazardous waste.

Solid Waste staff oversee the design, construction, and operation of landfills and composting facilities.  We also regulate the transfer station, recycling facillity, household hazardous waste facility, and rural waste collection facilties.

Other programs that staff oversee are the site harzard assessments and initial investigatons of accidental spills and historical contamination.  These can be found here

The solid waste program provides information regarding proper disposal of garbage, haazardous waste handling, storage, and disposal to businesses and residents.  We consult with business operators, maintain a resource library, and participate in community events.

 
 

Solid Waste Resources

 

 

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615 Sheridan Street - Port Townsend, WA 98368
Community Health: 360.385.9400 | Environmental Health: 360.385.9444
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