In an effort to help in your reduction and diversion efforts we have compiled a list of categorized vendors. Please note though that these lists are not comprehensive, or an endorsement or warranty from the Iowa Waste Reduction Center. Businesses should determine that any company or product they use complies with all applicable environmental laws. If you are a vendor and would like to be included or have information updated, please contact us.
Air Stack Testing Companies
To ensure stacks do not exceed appropriate air emissions limits, some construction permits will require stack testing. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has compiled a list of consultants that provide this service. To find a consultant, visit the Iowa DNR Stack Testing webpage and click on List of Stack Test Consultants.
In Iowa, it is required that discarded appliances are demanufactured by a permitted appliance demanufacturer prior to disposal. This is to ensure hazardous components are removed and disposed of properly.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources maintains a list of permitted demanufacturers and collection sites throughout the state. Visit the Iowa DNR’s Appliance Recycling webpage to find a site near you.
Aqueous Parts Cleaning
Any business or individual compensated to remove asbestos containing materials is required to obtain a certified asbestos contractor permit from the Iowa Division of Labor Services. The IDLS maintains a database of the current registered licensees and permittees. To find a service near you, visit the IDLS Asbestos Abatement webpage.
CRT Collection Facilities
The Iowa DNR maintains a list of registered collection facilities. Visit the Iowa DNR’s Electronics Waste page and click on List of Registered CRT Collection Facilities for the most recent list.
Permitted CRT Recycling Facilities
The Iowa DNR maintains a list of permitted recycling facilities. Visit the Iowa DNR’s Electronics Waste page and click on List of Permitted CRT Recycling Facilities for the most recent list.
Emergency Response Contractors
The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) establishes the requirements for emergency planning and community right-to-know reporting on hazardous and toxic chemicals. If you’re in need of a hazardous material cleanup contractor, the Iowa DNR maintains a list of contacts.
Visit the Iowa DNR Emergency Release Notification webpage and click on Hazmat Cleanup Contractors to download the most recent file.
- Bagging Systems
- Garden Compost Socks
- In-Vessel Tubs
- Industrial Supplies
- Monitoring Instruments
- Screen Systems, Choppers, Shredders, Grinders, Crushers
- Tea Brewing
- Windrow Turners and Water Trailers
Regional Collection Centers
Throughout Iowa there are many regional collection centers, whether main facilities or satellite facilities. RCC’s accept specific types of hazardous waste for proper disposal. To find the center nearest you, visit the Iowa DNR RCC page for maps and contact information.
Low Mercury Lamp Manufacturers
Painting and Powder Coating Materials and Equipment
Pharmaceutical Drug Reverse Distributors
Solvent Parts Cleaning Alternatives
Waste Containers, Labels and Spill Equipment
Waste Tire Haulers
To ensure the proper disposal, storage and processing of waste tires, haulers must be registered in Iowa.
To find a registered waste tire hauler, visit the Iowa DNR Waste Tire Hauler webpage and click List of Registered Waste Tire Haulers in Iowa.