Any business, farm, organization, church, school, etc. is considered to be a VSQG if they fall within the guidelines above. Any company that generates more hazardous materials than the guidelines above are subject to being bumped into a higher, and more stringent regulation category. More information about the different categories and regulations can be found on the EPA's Category of Hazardous Waste Generators page.
*New Provisions for VSQGs Effective May 30, 2017:
*More information about these rule changes, and VSQG guidelines can be found on the EPA's website.
Community Recycling in Calumet County
According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, a VSQG of hazardous material is any company that generates less than 220 pounds (approximately 27 gallons, or half of a 55-gallon drum) of hazardous material on a monthly basis and does not exceed this quantity in any given month. VSQGs should also never accumulate more than 2,205 pounds of hazardous material on site at any time (approximately 265 gallons, or not quite 5 full 55-gallon barrels). In order to maintain compliance, and to avoid fines, it is important that companies remain within the VSQG guidelines.
If you would like more information about VSQG guidelines, or if you would like to be included on our VSQG mailing list to receive reminders and guideline updates, contact us at email@example.com or (920) 849-1493 (ext. 2404).
If you would like to be included on our mailing list for VSQGs to receive reminders about hazardous waste disposal, or if you have any questions, please fill out the form below and we will get back to you with information.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources provides a lot of information about the storage and disposal of hazardous materials for VSQGs. Below is some of the information they provide on their website.
*Information provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Calumet County does not currently offer services for the disposal of materials from VSQGs, but there are some options listed below that are located in Northeast Wisconsin. Businesses are responsible for all costs associated with the disposal and transportation of hazardous materials.
Brown County Port and Resource Recovery
Drop off Location:
2561 S. Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54304
Companies are responsible for the transportation of materials to the facility. Businesses and farms must call to make an appointment (920) 492-4950, and to inquire about pricing. You CANNOT be processed during residential drop-off hours.
For more information, check out the Brown County Port and Resource Recovery website.
Drop off and Mobilization Location:
W 124 N 9451 Boundary Rd.
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Veolia provides service to businesses for the transportation and disposal of hazardous materials. For information about their services and pricing, you can contact Dave Lambrecht from Veolia at (262) 255-6655, or toll free at (800) 255-5092. More information about the industrial services Veolia offers can be found at their website.