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Sanitation.

(1) How and where can refuse or waste be disposed on department-managed lands?
(a) Where toilet or sewage facilities are provided, no person shall dispose of human waste except in those facilities.
(b) Persons shall not deposit an individual's solid human waste within two hundred feet of any campsite, trail, or body of water. An individual's solid human waste shall be disposed of by burying to a depth of at least six inches.
(c) Where the department has provided receptacles, persons shall deposit bottles, cans, waste paper, garbage and other appropriate refuse in designated receptacles. If no receptacle is provided, persons shall take such refuse with them for disposal off-site.
(d) Persons shall not use department-provided receptacles for the disposal of personal or commercial refuse, garbage, debris or waste not associated with recreational activities on department-managed lands.
(e) Persons shall not leave or burn refuse or waste of any kind on department-managed lands, nor pollute or contaminate department-managed lands, including but not limited to any stream, river, lake, marine waters, or other body of water running in, through, or adjacent to department-managed lands, except as authorized by these rules.
(f) DNR may establish controlled discharge areas in order to prohibit discharge of waste from vessels in designated water recreation facilities as referred to in WAC 332-52-305(1). Refuse or waste from vessels does not include the discharge of greywater.
(2) Any violation of this section is an infraction under chapter 7.84 RCW.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.30 RCW and RCW 43.12.065. WSR 09-05-034, ยง 332-52-120, filed 2/11/09, effective 3/14/09.]
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