What is it?
How does it affect my business?
What is my responsibility?
RCRA is administered by the EPA - Title 40 CFR.
RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) is environmental legislation aimed at controlling the generation, treating, storage, transportation and disposal of hazardous wastes.
All generators of hazardous waste must meet certain requirements under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
This program is designed to meet both your State and Federal RCRA requirements. If you are a large quantity generator, you have additional responsibilities relative to your company’s contingency plan.
Who Should Attend?
Everyone at your facility responsible for hazardous waste management and/or disposal; Company Emergency Coordinators for both small and large quantity generators.
- Cradle to Grave Liability
- Safe Handling of Hazardous Wastes
- Hazardous Waste Characteristics
- Handling of Empties, Leaks and Spills
- Disposal Methods
- TSD Facility Selection
- Emergency Coordinator Responsibilities and Training
- Transporter Requirements
- Disposal Facility Requirements
- Properly Completing EPA Manifests
- Management Responsibilities
- Surviving an EPA or State Inspection
- Civil and Criminal Penalties
- Waste Minimization
Learn the RCRA basics and your responsibilities for hazardous waste management under US EPA, DOT, OSHA and State rules.
$275 per person
Includes coffee and lunch!
Course material provided as well as certificate of completion.
Take Care of Your Compliance Requirements!
RCRA Training includes DOT Function Specific training.
This training allows the attendee to sign a hazardous waste manifest.
600 New State Highway
Raynham, MA 02767
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