For hazardous waste generators, the next 30 days are critically important:
On May 30, 2017, EPA’s RCRA “Generator Improvements Rule” takes effect. The new rule makes a number of landmark changes to the RCRA regulations that will have a major
impact on the way your facility manages hazardous waste.
If you’re not yet sure how these changes will impact you and your personnel—now is the time to find out. Ready or not, the new rules are coming in 30 days and include big updates like:
- A complete re-organization of the RCRA generator standards in 40 CFR Part 262
- New requirements for marking and labeling hazardous waste containers and tanks
- Expanded reporting and contingency plan requirements
- New options to help manage “episodic” events without raising your generator status
In May, join us for RCRA and Texas State hazardous waste training in Houston and Dallas
to find out what to expect and make a plan for ongoing compliance. You will leave the workshop ready to take action and answer questions from leadership and employees about the changing rules.
RCRA with Texas Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management
Meet EPA’s initial or annual refresher training mandate for hazardous waste professionals with the RCRA training workshop trusted nationwide since 1977. Plus, get up to date on major changes to RCRA under the Generator Improvements Rule and get resources to help you keep your site in compliance.
On day 3, join other Texas hazardous waste professionals to learn the unique requirements that apply to sites in the Lone Star State—from industrial waste ID to STEERS reporting and more. Plus, find out when and how the major RCRA updates could impact Texas’ State regulations.
Already have your RCRA training for 2017?
If you just
want an update on what’s changing in RCRA, Lion will present the final Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Webinar
before the deadline, LIVE on May 23.
In 90 minutes, we’ll cover the biggest changes to RCRA and what you need to do to stay in compliance. Get your questions answered during the presentation and take away a digital compliance reference you will refer to again and again as you get accustomed to the revised RCRA requirements, structure, and vocabulary. Sign up now.