In addition to Federal EPA regulations, many states’ hazardous waste regulatory programs impose state-specific standards for managing hazardous waste. Those who manage hazardous waste in these states are responsible for compliance with both Federal and State regulations. At this comprehensive three-day program, you will gain the knowledge, tools, and resources you need to effectively manage your hazardous and industrial waste in Texas. The two-day RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop is designed to help you meet the training standard for hazardous waste facility personnel at 40 CFR 262.34(a) and 265.16. Students who complete this course will be prepared to identify and classify US EPA-regulated hazardous wastes and will know the rules for accumulation and storage of these wastes. Day three is the Texas Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management Workshop, which covers the additional rules for managing hazardous and industrial waste in the Lone Star State. The program is designed to satisfy the initial and annual refresher training required for large quantity generators per 30 TAC 335.69(a)(4)(A) and 40 CFR 262.34(a)/40 CFR 265.16 and the training requirements for small quantity generators and handlers of universal waste. Registration Pricing: Public Workshop .....................................................................................$995 each* *For multiple same time attendees, discounts may apply. Select City Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options.Federal Hazardous Waste Training Topics (Days 1 and 2): What is a RCRA hazardous waste? Classifying hazardous wastes Counting hazardous wastes On-site storage options (90-day, 180-day, point-of-generation) Rules for universal waste and used oil Process for meeting land disposal restrictions Alternative treatment standards Selecting Proper Shipping Names Marking and labeling packages Emergency preparedness Recordkeeping and reporting Preparing Intro to the Hazardous Waste Manifest Texas Hazardous Waste Training Topics (Day 3): Texas regulations vs. Federal regulations Classification process for hazardous and industrial wastes LDRs in Texas Options for on-site accumulation and storage (90-day, 180-day, satellite areas) Identifying Texas-specific universal wastes Universal waste management Regulatory exclusions and exceptions Preparing Intro to the Hazardous Waste Manifest Annual reporting requirements (STEERS) Recordkeeping and reporting requirements in Texas Pollution prevention planning Who Should Attend: Individuals responsible for ensuring site or corporate compliance with both Federal hazardous waste regulation at 40 CFR and Texas’ state-specific regulations, or who direct personnel training as required at 30 TAC 335.69(a)(4)(A).