New RCRA Generator Improvements Rule: Get Compliant for 2017
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
The EPA's new RCRA Generator Improvements Rule, one of the most significant changes in decades, finally goes into effect May this year. The new rule means big changes for hazardous waste generators. How much will it impact your facility and what will you do when management looks to you for answers on what needs to be done? Join us for this high-impact and vitally important, 60-minute webinar to discover:
Plain-English explanation of the new HazWaste generator rules
New RCRA reporting requirements: What you need to do now
Navigating the reorganized 40 CFR Part 262 for HazWaste generators
Updating your procedures, employee training & inspections to stay compliant
RCRA Generator Rule Requirements Update: Critical Changes for Compliance
Road-map to finding information in the improved 40 CFR 262
Reg changes on ways to accumulate, store and transport wastes
New RCRA recordkeeping requirements for waste management
What's New for HazWaste Generators - Both Big and Small
Which generators are affected by the changes? - Key thresholds
What happens if your generators status changes periodically?
New reliefs for facilities qualifying as "very small generators"
EPA's new re-notification requirements: What you must report
Hazardous Waste Storage & Labeling Requirements for 2017
Marking and labeling requirements: What's been added for waste storage
Changes impacting satellite accumulation areas
Keys to complying with more stringent rules for your contingency plan
Live Q&A - Have your HazWaste Generator questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Gary R. Brown, President of RT Environmental Services, is a recognized authority on key environmental compliance issues. His experience includes:
Concept development, permitting of hazardous waste facilities, 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 waste and 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
Join us for this crucial, 60-minute webinar to gain key guidance on complying the new RCRA Generator Improvements Rule.