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Ready for the Generator Improvements Rule? Get a clear view of what’s changing—from re-organized RCRA rules and changing definitions to new reliefs that could save you time and money—at the RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop near you in January.
Under its Generator Improvements Rule, which is now final and takes effect in May 2017, US EPA is re-organizing certain parts of the requirements for hazardous waste generators in 40 CFR. Among the many, many changes to the hazardous waste generator rules is the relocation of the RCRA training standards.
Next month, Lion will present the final RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshops of the year in Boston, Manchester, Hartford, North Jersey, and Philadelphia. Even if you've worked with RCRA for decades, there’s always something new to learn at this workshop, trusted nationwide since 1977.
Among the updates that will impact facilities in EPA's RCRA Generator Improvements Final Rule, EPA added clarification to key parts of the regulations. One such clarification is the addition of online training (i.e., computer-based training (CBT) or electronic training) as an acceptable method for training hazardous waste personnel.
This month, Lion Technology will present the RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop in Detroit, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh. This is the last time this nationally-trusted RCRA training will be the area until 2017.
This fall, learn the latest rules to keep your site's hazardous waste in compliance and meet US EPA training mandates for RCRA hazardous waste personnel.
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), in cooperation with the Yolo County Environmental Health Department and the California D.A.’s office reached a settlement with the California city of West Sacramento to improve handling of hazardous waste at city-operated facilities.
Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), each state can operate its own hazardous waste regulatory program in lieu of Federal EPA standards. State-level programs must be at least as stringent as Federal regulations, but even when the rules are identical, the implementation can vary...
What to do before, during, and after a RCRA
hazardous waste inspection to defend your site from rising State and Federal penalties.