RCRA Training for Managers: Nashville, Detroit, Memphis, and more

Posted on 1/24/2017 by Roger Marks

Is your site ready for EPA’s Generator Improvements Rule?


When it takes effect in May 2017, EPA’s overhaul of the RCRA regulations will change the way your site manages hazardous waste in major ways. From a complete re-organization of the generator requirements to new rules for satellite accumulation areas, new tank and container labeling rules, expanded reporting responsibilities, new reliefs, and more—the “New RCRA” packs a punch.

Meet EPA’s annual RCRA training requirement and find out how big changes in this historic rulemaking will impact your facility. Trusted since 1978, the RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop returns to southeast and Texas cities next month to help you keep your site ready.  

2017 RCRA Workshops Next Month:
February 2—3 Nashville
February 2—3 Detroit
February 6—7 Memphis
February 6—7 Charlotte
February 8—9 Dallas*
February 9—10 Charleston
February 13—14 Houston*
February 22—23 San Antonio*


*Texas Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management training also available

Join us to collaborate, network, and learn alongside other managers in your field. You will meet EPA’s annual training requirement and get the latest on the EPA’s Generator Improvements Rule. When the workshop ends, you will return to work ready to answers questions from leadership about what you need to do to stay in compliance.  

Short on time or training budget?

Find convenient, cost-effective online training options at—including initial and refresher RCRA training; the live, expert led Generator Improvements Rule Webinar, LDRs Online, Hazardous Waste Recycling Reliefs Online, and more.   

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