Illegal Dumping on State Trust Lands
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Illegal Dumping on State Trust Lands  
Trash on State trust lands 

ILLEGAL DUMPING  ON WASHINGTON STATE TRUST LAND COSTS US ALL

You can help! Call 911 to report suspicious activities on state trust lands.

DNR spends hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to clean up illegally dumped household, commercial, and hazardous waste from Washington State trust lands. Chemicals, paint, old cars, computers, and furniture are just a few of the items people have dumped on state lands. These illegal activities put public safety, natural resources, and the environment at risk.


DNR has placed hidden cameras and sensors at dumping trouble spots around the state, but we can’t be everywhere all the time.

As an alert citizen, you can help by calling 911 when you see suspicious activities on forest public and private lands.

The map below links to a larger map with more information on what has been dumped where on state lands in 2010.

Link to map of illegal dumpsites 

Illegal Dumping on State Trust Lands Map on Google Earth

 Link to map of illegal dumpsites 

 

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Larry Raedel
Law Enforcement Chief
360-902-1698
larry.raedel@dnr.wa.gov

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