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Our Mission: To enhance and promote effective State and Territorial programs and to affect relevant national policies for waste and materials management, environmentally sustainable practices, and environmental restoration.

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Recent Publications

ASTSWMO Hazardous Waste Subcommittee comments to EPA’s e-Manifest Advisory Board (2/25/2021) - The ASTSWMO Hazardous Waste Subcommittee provided comments to the EPA… Read More
ASTSWMO CEC Steering Committee Comments to EPA’s Interim PFAS Destruction and Disposal Guidance (2/22/2021) - On February 19, 2021, the ASTSWMO CEC Steering Committee submitted… Read More
Beneficial Use of Fill-Like Materials Survey Report (2/17/2021) - The Beneficial Use Task Force of the ASTSWMO Materials Management… Read More

Recent Webinars

EPA OUST Briefing on Proposed Rulemaking – E15 and Compatibility with USTs (2/17/2021) - View Presentation On January 19, 2021, EPA published a proposed… Read More
Drones: Changing Your Perspective on Environmental Compliance (12/16/2020) - View Presentation This webinar will identify the components of Drone… Read More
Webinar – RCRA Subtitle C Corrective Action 2020 and The Road Ahead Webinar Series: GenX and related PFAS in North Carolina (11/20/2020) - View Presentation The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality has… Read More

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ASTSWMO

ASTSWMO was incorporated in 1974, and has maintained a full time office in Washington, DC, since 1980. The Association holds two general membership meetings each year, and a number of specialized roundtables, workshops or conferences for specific program areas of high interest. The Association also provides a steady flow of services and information to our members along program specific lines throughout the year. We work closely with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to ensure that our members are aware of the most current developments related to their programs and coordinate the work of our State regulators with that of their federal counterparts. The Association also represents the interests of our members in Washington, DC. While no single entity can speak for all State waste programs, the capability of consolidating similar views and ensuring that State managers have the opportunity to speak in unison on important waste management issues assists their ability to influence national decision-making. ASTSWMO's most important role is to assist States in learning from and working with other State peers. Within the Association it is an axiom that States learn best from other States in matters of program implementation, and ASTSWMO's collective efforts are all focused on making that happen.
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ASTSWMOWednesday, March 11th, 2020 at 8:23pm
ASTSWMO and NEIWPCC members at the National Tanks Conference Planning Meeting.
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Members of the ASTSWMO Tanks Subcommittee at a meeting in Washington D.C.
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ASTSWMOTuesday, January 28th, 2020 at 8:07pm
Board members at the ASTSWMO January Board Meeting in Napa CA.
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ASTSWMO added 15 new photos — in Seattle, Washington.Monday, July 29th, 2019 at 12:50pm
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ASTSWMO added 36 new photos.Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 7:16pm
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ASTSWMO added 9 new photos.Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 at 9:09pm
Thank you to Dania Rodriguez for representing ASTSWMO

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To become a member please download, review, and fill out the form below. When you complete it please email it to the appropriate ASTSWMO staff (listed at the top of the form).

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Lifetime Achievement Award

In 2002, ASTSWMO instituted the ASTSWMO Lifetime Achievement Award, to recognize an outstanding individual who has worked in State government in the areas of solid and hazardous waste management, sustainability/materials management, underground storage tanks, or contaminated site clean-up.

The purpose of the award is to recognize work done on behalf of the States and in furtherance of ASTSWMO’s mission to enhance and promote effective State and Territorial programs for waste and materials management, to encourage environmentally sustainable practices, and to affect relevant national waste and materials management policies.

Click here for the full description and a list of past winners.

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