Southwest Regional Solid Waste Commission

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Spokane Regional Solid Waste System (SRSWS):: The Spokane Regional Solid Waste System provides clean and convenient, one-stop drops for recyclables, household hazardous waste, yard waste, and trash. Residents and commercial establishments in Spokane County generate over 563,000 tons of solid waste annually. The Spokane Regional Solid Waste System (SRSWS) was created by interlocal agreement between Spokane County and the City of Spokane on October 11, 1998, to manage all of the County's garba

Solid Waste Online:: A VertMarkets Marketplace for Industry Professionals. Solid Waste Online has been a member of what today is the VertMarkets community since 1997. SWOL's mission is to be the preeminent source of product, technology, regulatory, and management information concerning waste handling and disposal from consumer, commercial, and industrial sources. Toward achieving their objective, the editorial, business, and production staffs of Solid Waste Online se

EPA's Office of Solid Waste:: Information on municipal solid waste, hazardous waste, and industrial waste.

International Solid Waste Association:: Objective is to maximize the exchange of information and experience world-wide on all aspects of solid waste management.

Oneida County Solid Waste Department:: Directions and hours of operation for the Oneida County Landfill. Also includes what materials are accepted, rates, and preparation instructions.

Solid Waste Association of North America:: Non-profit education organization whose mission is to advance the practice of municipal solid waste management.

Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio:: Information on current projects, educational programs, contacts and recycling resources.

Washington State Solid Waste Program::

Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD):: Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) encompasses Chittenden County, and is the largest solid waste district in Vermont with a population of about 153,000. The District’s mission is to provide efficient, economical, and environmentally sound management of solid waste generated by member towns and cities and their residents and businesses. Since 1992, CSWD has implemented regional programs and constructed facilities to meet the goals of Act 78

Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority:: Provides information on recycling, composting, garbage, and hazardous waste.

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