US EPA’s long-awaited RCRA Generator Improvements Rule is now final, and the updates in the Rule will have a major impact on how you manage hazardous waste at your site. If you haven’t already, you will soon receive urgent calls from colleagues and higher-ups asking “What do we need to do?” From re-organized regulations and new marking and labeling requirements to stricter rules for generators, the new RCRA is packed with big changes. Be confident you know what’s new for 2017, and be ready to answer questions from your colleagues about this historic change in the hazardous waste requirements. Registration Pricing: Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options. How to find what you need in the reorganized 40 CFR Part 262 Expanded marking and labeling requirements for waste storage devices The new one-time relief for episodic generation Stricter contingency plan and biennial reporting rules Changing requirements for satellite accumulation areas New EPA re-notification requirements for generators More reliefs for “Very Small Quantity Generators” Who Should Attend? EHS professionals responsible for RCRA compliance at sites where hazardous waste is generated, stored, recycled, treated, or disposed of. EPA’s Generator Improvements Rule will have a major impact on the way you navigate and comply with the RCRA hazardous waste regulations.