|Training required by
||US EPA (40 CFR 262.16 and .17)
CEUs and Certification Maintenance
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|IHMM CM Points
||Up to 8.00
|ABIH CM Points
||Up to 1.17
|NEHA Contact Hours
|7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
||Coffee & pastries (Included)
|8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
||Advanced RCRA training
|12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
||Networking Lunch (Included)
*Short breaks, snacks, and cold drinks are provided throughout the day.
Why choose a live RCRA Hazardous Waste Management workshop?
Engaging classroom-style workshops are the foundation of what we do. Lion instructors are engaging, effective teachers who know the US EPA RCRA regulations backwards and forwards and know how to impart that knowledge on to you.
- Find training in 60+ US cities throughout the year
- Network with industry peers in an interactive, hands-on environment
- Receive training and resources updated year round to cover the latest rules
- Get clarity on complex regulatory subjects from dynamic, professional trainers
- Get immediate answers to your questions in a live setting
Key Learning Objectives:
- Collaborate and problem solve alongside other experienced managers to strengthen your facility's compliance program.
- Develop strategies to minimize waste and share best practices for source reduction, inventory control, and pollution prevention.
- Identify and capitalize on cost-saving hazardous waste exclusions and reliefs.
Who attends Advanced RCRA Hazardous Waste Management training?
This workshop is built for experienced EHS professionals who manage compliance with US EPA’s hazardous and universal waste rules under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). This workshop offers practical insights and guidance for managers and personnel at large quantity generator sites as well as small quantity and very small quantity generator sites.
While the course is designed for hazardous waste generators, it is useful for contractors, corporate attorneys, waste brokers, enviornmental service providers, and managers or personnel at treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs).
New to RCRA compliance? We recommend RCRA Hazardous Waste Management.