Enrollment Still Open! New RCRA Rules Training in January
See 2018 RCRA training schedule here.
Advanced RCRA Training in Orlando—January 26
The Advanced RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop brings together experienced environmental professionals to explore methods to minimize waste, control pollution, and find relief from burdensome RCRA requirements. Join your peers to discover new ways to cut costs without running afoul of the hazardous waste regulations, and limit your exposure to liability under programs like CERCLA.
Don’t miss the Advanced RCRA workshop when it comes
to Orlando for the only time this year, on January 26!
Want to learn the new RCRA rules? Save when you combine annual RCRA training in Orlando with the Advanced workshop. From stricter contingency planning and reporting responsibilities to updated container labeling rules, re-organized generator regulations, new reliefs, and more—find out what to expect when your state adopts EPA’s “Generator Improvements Rule.”
Learn the New RCRA Rules—7 Workshops Left This Month
You will leave with answers and resources that simplify the day-to-day job of environmental compliance.
JANUARY RCRA WORKSHOPS
Atlanta / Jan. 18-19
Mobile / Jan. 22-23
Chicago / Jan. 22-23
Orlando / Jan. 24-25
St. Louis / Jan. 25-26
Richmond / Jan. 29-30
Indianapolis / Jan. 29-30
Plus Nashville, Detroit, Memphis, Charlotte, Charleston, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio in Feb.!
Meet EPA’s Annual Training MandateUS EPA requires annual training for hazardous waste personnel at 40 CFR 262.17. A complete understanding of the RCRA hazardous waste rules is critical to keep facilities in compliance and avoid citations from EPA or state inspectors.
Attend RCRA training with Lion in 2018 and earn CEUs toward your IHMM, ABIH, NEHA, or REHS certifications. Plus, get a full year of Lion Membership for access to exclusive resources, verified answers to your compliance questions, and more.
Earn CEUs Toward IHMM, ABIH, NEHA, and REHS Certifications
We'll cover the latest rules at the workshop, but the rules are sure to change again soon enough. Your Membership gives you access to reference material updates, online hazardous waste regulations, fast answers to compliance questions that arise at work, exclusive content and discounts on select Lion training products. Start using your Membership when you sign up today!
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This report details major changes for hazardous waste generators from US EPA’s Generator Improvements Rule, as well as the latest updates from states that are still working to adopt new, stricter Federal requirements.