Now updated to reflect major changes in EPA's "Generator Improvements Rule"!
Facilities that generate very small quantities of hazardous waste (less than or equal to 100 kilograms per month) are excluded from the more extensive and costly RCRA regulations if they properly identify their wastes and meet other basic requirements. Failure to capitalize on the RCRA exclusion for Very Small Quantity Generators can reduce efficiency and waste resources. More importantly, RCRA compliance violations can now cost generators up to $71,264 per day, per incident.
This online program is designed to help Very Small Quantity Generators (VSQG) - formerly known as Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQGs) - ensure compliance with new RCRA mandates at 40 CFR 262.14 (formerly 261.5). Upon completion, students will know how to correctly manage RCRA hazardous waste, universal waste, and used oil.
Registration includes Lion's expert online training curriculum, downloadable notebook, online tutorials, online help, and downloadable Certificate of Achievement
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Conditionally Exempt Training Topics:
- Applicability, enforcement, and liability
- What is a RCRA hazardous waste
- Determining generator status
- Hazardous waste identification rules
- Management, treatment, and disposal of VSQG waste
- Universal waste and used oil management rules
Who Should Attend:
Managers, supervisors, or others with RCRA compliance responsibilities at very small quantity generator (VSQG) sites, formerly known as "conditionally exempt small quantity generator" (CESQG) sites.