Universal Waste Compliance: Managing Your Facility's Common Wastes
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Most facilities have "common" waste such as bulbs, batteries, aerosol cans and solvent-contaminated rags. Many are classified as hazardous waste and fall under the Universal Wastes rule. Is you facility properly managing these wastes? In this 60-minute webinar you and your team will learn:
How to identify common wastes in your facility that are "hazardous"
How you are required to handle solvent-contaminated rags
Tips to keep compliant with RCRA's Universal Waste program
Reducing your liability for certain hazardous wastes
Classifying Common Wastes: Which are "Universal"?
Which wastes fall under the universal waste program
Common wastes that are considered as "hazardous"
How to avoid misclassification of wastes - and penalties
Compliance Guidelines for Managing Your Universal Wastes
Managing waste under the less restrictive rules
How you must handle, store and ship of your wastes
EPA's documentation requirements for wastes
Wastes that Qualify Under the Recycling Programs
Which of your wastes can be recycled -What regs apply
How recycling reduce your hazwaste liability
Requirements for treating your solvent rag wipes
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your specific universal waste issues addressed
About The Speaker
Gary R. Brown, President of RT Environmental Services, is a recognized authority on key environmental compliance issues. His experience includes:
Over 35 years as a Professional Engineer, including 30 years of engineering management.
Concept development, permitting, design projects, complex facility upgrading, expansion and industrial closure, as well as Brownfield redevelopment projects.
Implementation of major remediation projects and state-of-the-art improvements at environmental facilities in the public and private sectors.
Provided services to clients in over 20 states.
Preparation of and updating more than 100 SPCC plans for a variety of facilities
In this 60-minute program learn how you can qualify common wastes under the Universal Waste Rule for exemption from RCRA's strict hazwaste regulations.