In Dallas in August 2021, join Lion instructors for reliable, up to date training on the latest hazardous and industrial waste rules you must know to keep your facility in compliance.
Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Arlington
2190 East Lamar Blvd.
Arlington, TX 76006
"Lion's courses are light years ahead of the competition."
Graham Y., Facility Supervisor | Fort Worth, TX
Lion instructors are thrilled to get back in the classroom and connect with new and returning hazardous waste professionals. When in-person RCRA hazardous and industrial waste training returns to Dallas in August, Lion will adhere to all Federal, State, and local protocols to protect student health and safety.
Why Attend RCRA Training in Dallas?
At these upcoming Dallas hazardous waste courses, collaborate and share ideas with other EH&S professionals during three days of dynamic, interactive learning. Over 200,000 Lion students trust Lion for RCRA training classes because our instructors, curriculum, and resource materials are the gold standard in the industry.
The two-day RCRA training
and one-day Texas industrial waste training
in Dallas guides you through a streamlined, real-world approach to manage hazardous waste from cradle-to-grave in full compliance with the latest Federal and State regulations. Develop in-depth expertise to store, manage, and ensure safe disposal of your site’s waste streams—including who to comply with RCRA Land Disposal Restrictions in Texas.
Attend all three days for comprehensive training and gain a fuller understanding of how Federal and Texas hazardous and industrial waste regulations fit together and impact your facility.
Training in Dallas: Major RCRA Updates for 2021
Major changes to the RCRA hazardous waste regulations are coming soon to Texas! The Lone Star State will soon adopt US EPA’s Generator Improvements Rule with a projected effective date of January 2022.
Major RCRA updates to watch for in Texas include:
- Bolstered contingency planning standards
- Updated container marking/labeling rules
- New requirements for satellite areas
- EPA notification and re-notification for generators
- New relief for episodic events like spills or lab clean-outs
"The content Lion covered in this course will be very applicable
to my site, rather than just a history lesson."
Gordon N., Environmental Projects Lead | Sugar Land, TX
The RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop
is designed to help satisfy EPA’s annual training mandate for hazardous waste personnel (40 CFR 262.17) and is updated to cover new and changing requirements that generators in Texas should prepare for.
The one-day Texas Hazardous & Industrial Waste Management Workshop
prepares you to comply with additional, unique Texas state requirements for identifying and managing Class 1, 2 and 3 industrial waste regulated by TCEQ.
Plus, take advantage of Dallas's 10,000+ restaurants that represent more than 70 countries and American regions.
What’s Included with Dallas Hazardous Waste Training?
Join Lion for RCRA and Texas hazardous and industrial waste training in Dallas and receive our comprehensive, up-to-date RCRA Regulations Desk Set that includes the Compliance Reference manual, a Quick Reference Guide, and a flash drive loaded with up-to-date regulations and reference materials.
“The materials are a big reason I choose Lion training. They make the
material easy to follow and understand.”
Chris G., Environmental Engineer | Mansfield, LA
When you attend Lion’s Dallas RCRA classes, you also get 365 days of Lion Membership.
Members can use the Lion Finder Service™
to submit EH&S questions and get help finding answers from Lion instructors and subject matter experts.
Plus, access RCRA and TCEQ hazardous waste regulations updated throughout the year. Login to the recently redesigned Lion.com Member Area to check out exclusive FAQs; white papers, reports, guides, and videos to help you stay ahead of regulatory changes year around. When regulations change that impact you, you will receive a Member Bulletin alert, so you never miss a crucial update.
Learn more about the RCRA and industrial waste workshops here.