Hazardous Waste Small Quantity Generator Annual Self-Certification Review

Who can use this service?

This service is available to Hazardous Waste Small Quantity Generator Facilities that generate less than 27 gallons per month of hazardous waste (e.g. used oil, waste antifreeze, solvent, spent photographic chemicals, etc.).

View reference materials including a hazardous materials exemption eligibility flow chart and form instructions.

Is there a charge for this service?

Annual fees are required for facilities that are Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generators regulated by the Environmental Health Services Division. The fee provides regulatory compliance oversight. Chargeable inspections may be required if compliance is not achieved. No fee is required for an initial consultation to determine program eligibility. Please refer to our Fee Schedule or contact our office at (805) 781-5544.

What is the process?

Step 1: Complete Form

Step 2: Acquire Necessary Records

Be sure to have copies of waste disposal records for the previous year available to submit with the Self-Certification form.

Step 3: Submit

Information must be submitted annually and can be provided by any of the following ways:

  1. Mail to 2156 Sierra Way, Ste. B, San Luis Obispo, CA, 93401
  2. Email to [email protected]
  3. Fax to (805) 781-4211

When and where is this service offered?

This service is available throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays.

Please visit us, email us, contact us, or call our office to submit your information.

Location, directions and hours of operation

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Environmental Health Division

Monday - Friday 8-5

2156 Sierra Way Suite B San Luis Obispo , CA 93401

Tel: (805) 781-5544

Fax: (805) 781-4211

Environmental Health Supervisors

Laurie Salo (805) 781-5552; [email protected]

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Leslie Terry (805) 781-5553; [email protected]

  • Beach Water Quality, Cross-Connection, Land Use, Small Public Water Systems and Water Well Programs

Aaron LaBarre (805) 781-5595; [email protected]

  • Hazardous Materials (CUPA) Programs