PART I—GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
Purpose of chapter.
Determination of authority required to transport specific commodities or provide specific services.
Resolving disputes about the meaning of these rules.
Rules of practice and procedure.
Change of address or telephone number.
Exemptions from rules in chapter 480-70 WAC.
PART II—ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS, REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATORY FEES
Transferring cash or assuming obligations.
Affiliated interest—Contracts or arrangements.
Affiliated interest and subsidiary transactions report.
Certificates, application fees.
Certificates, acquisition of control.
Certificates, initiating service.
Certificates, application docket, protests, and intervention.
Certificates, overlapping applications.
Certificates, sale, lease, assignment, transfer or mortgage.
Certificates, name change.
Certificates, refiling of application prohibited for six months.
Certificates, temporary, expedited application.
City service and cancellation of certificated authority.
Service agreements between companies.
Contracts or service agreements with third-party waste brokers.
Suspending and canceling certificates.
Certificates, discontinuance of operations.
Public liability and property damage insurance.
PART V—EQUIPMENT AND DRIVERS
Commercial vehicle defined.
Vehicle and driver safety requirements.
Motor vehicle identification.
Commission compliance policy.
Sanctions for operating without a valid certificate.
PART VII—TARIFFS, RATES, AND RATE FILINGS
Tariffs, definitions used in.
Tariffs, all companies must file tariffs and must comply with the provisions of approved tariffs.
Tariffs, rates and charges, general.
Tariffs requiring one-day notice to the commission.
Tariffs requiring seven-day notice to the commission.
Tariffs requiring forty-five-day notice to the commission.
Customer notice requirements.
Tariffs, less than statutory notice handling.
Tariffs, format and size requirements.
Tariffs, changes must be identified.
Tariffs, title pages.
Tariffs, page format.
Tariffs, filings after name change or change in ownership.
Tariffs, filing procedures.
Tariffs, free and reduced rates.
Tariffs, suspension by the commission.
Pass-through disposal fees.
Rates, general rate increases and fuel cost update.
Rates, recycling programs, credits, or charges.
Availability of information.
Refusal of service.
Service cancellation, customer.
Service cancellation, company.
Reinstatement of service following cancellation.
Credits as compensation in consumer complaints or problems.
Establishing credit and deposits.
Prepayments, temporary container and drop-box service.
Fair use of customer information.
PART IX—BIOMEDICAL WASTE RULES
Biomedical waste, purpose.
Biomedical waste, adoption of federal regulations.
Biomedical waste, operational requirements.
Biomedical waste, training requirements.
Biomedical waste, cooperative agreements.
Biomedical waste, packaging and containment.
Biomedical waste, transfer to offsite treatment and disposal facilities.
Biomedical waste, compaction not allowed.
Biomedical waste, vehicle requirements.
Biomedical waste, shipping-paper requirements.
Biomedical waste, inspections.
PART X—HAZARDOUS WASTE RULES
Hazardous waste, purpose.
Hazardous waste, adoption of federal regulations.
PART XI—ADOPTION BY REFERENCE
Adoption by reference.