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Listing Policy

The Hazardous Waste Management Program is a coalition of local governments. Namely, they are:

Hereinafter “the Haz Waste Program.”

Disclaimer for the Industrial Materials Exchange
Information provided through IMEX is supplied by the lister. Neither the Haz Waste Program nor any of its officers, officials, agents and employee thereof is liable for any information, error, representation, or makes any warranty, expressed or implied as to the accuracy or sufficiency of information concerning the material, service, or product/equipment offered through IMEX. The Haz Waste Program and any of its officers, officials, agents and employee is not responsible for the determination of what may constitute a hazardous, dangerous, or controlled substance or create a hazardous situation. It is the responsibility of the parties offering or obtaining materials listed in IMEX to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, statutes, ordinances and rules governing the manufacture, sale, and distribution, registration, licensing use or disposal of any such materials. The Haz Waste Program and any of its officers, officials, agents and employee reserves the right to not list a material, delist a material, or edit information provided by the listing company.

The Haz Waste Program permits users to post links to outside websites where photos or more detailed descriptions of items may be found. The Haz Waste Program has no control over the content to be found on any of these websites. Users should exercise extreme caution in visiting any website with which they are not personally familiar. The Haz Waste Program and any of its officers, officials, agents and employee assumes no responsibility for any consequences associated with visiting a website through a link at the IMEX website.

The Haz Waste Program is not involved in actual transactions between users. In the event that you have a dispute with one or more users, you agree to release the Haz Waste Program and any of its officers, officials, agents and employee from all claims, demands and damages of every kind and nature, known and unknown, suspected and unsuspected, disclosed and undisclosed, arising out of or in any way connected with the use of IMEX.

Geographic Requirements
The Haz Waste Program will only accept listings from the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, this means that listings will be accepted only from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington (EPA Region 10).

Participant Requirements
It is the policy of the Haz Waste Program not to act as an advertising medium for industrial materials re-sellers. This includes, but may not be limited to: industrial material brokers, liquidators, wholesalers, and/or retailers.

"Available" Materials Requirements

"Wanted" Materials Requirements
No specific limitations provided the listing meets other requirements of this Policy (geographic, content and participant requirements).

Listing Content
The Haz Waste Program will not post listing requests that:

For more information, please contact the Haz Waste Prgoram directly at 206-296-4692, or by email at imex@kingcounty.gov.

1 Potentially explosive chemicals are chemicals that over time oxidize, form peroxides, become contaminated, dry out or otherwise destabilize to become potentially explosive when subjected to heat, impact, friction, detonation, or other suitable initiation.

 

Questions? Get in touch

Small businesses and residents can call the Haz Waste Help Line for information on how to submit a listing or use IMEX to find materials for free or purchase. 

*Interpreters available by request.

 

Hours
Monday – Friday (except holidays)
9 a.m. – noon and 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Haz Waste Help Line
206-296-4692*  |  TTY Relay: 711

Email
imex@kingcounty.gov

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