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New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule: How to Manage Storage Units and Label Waste - On-Demand

New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule: How to Manage Storage Units and Label Waste - On-Demand

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New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule: How to Manage Storage Units and Label Waste -

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn expert advice on managing waste storage units and label waste under the new hazardous waste generator rule.

If you’re not up-to-speed on the changes in the EPA’s new hazardous waste generator rule, now is the time to catch up.

The new requirements require that organizations clearly understand what’s required and when the rule goes into effect for their affected facilities. Some of the new changes in the EPA’s final hazardous waste generator improvements rule will affect how hazardous waste generators manage containers, waste storage areas, buildings, tanks, drip pads, and other related equipment with a focus on storage areas and containers including both satellite accumulation and central accumulation container areas and buildings. The rule also addresses pre-transport requirements for hazardous waste shipments and changes to reporting requirements.

Although some states have already adopted the new requirements, the likelihood is that most states will adopt the new requirements over the next year, so don’t delay in getting up to speed on the EPA’s final rule.

Use this all-new on-demand webinar on the new unit management, labeling, and marking requirements and how to prepare for their implementation.

You’ll learn:

  • The new requirements for hazardous waste generators as outlined in the EPA’s final Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule, and how they apply to very small quantity generators (VSQG), small quantity generators (SQG), and large quantity generators (LQG) 
  • Rule marking and labeling requirements 
  • What’s now required for satellite and central accumulation areas and containers 
  • Requirements for “other units” such as tanks, drip pads, and containment buildings—and how the best approaches for compliance with respect to inventory logs, monitoring equipment, or other effective means 
  • And much more! 

About Your Presenter:

Lori SieglemanLori Siegelman 
Technical Director 
W&M Environmental Group, LLC 

Lori Siegelman, a technical director at W&M Environmental Group, has more than 25 years of experience on a wide range of environmental, safety and health projects in consulting and in private industry. Her expertise includes industrial hygiene, health physics, a wide range of environmental regulatory programs, and management systems.

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