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New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule: Your Haz Waste Compliance Obligations Under the EPA’s Final Generator Rule Are Now in Effect - On-Demand

New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule: Haz Waste Compliance Obligations Under EPA’s Final Generator Rule Are Now in Effect - On-Demand

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New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule: Your Haz Waste Compliance Obligations Under the EPA’s Final Generator Rule Are Now in Effect - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: If you or your company generate hazardous waste, you don’t want to miss this highly informative webinar on your responsibilities, obligations, and liabilities in order to comply with the new regulations that are in effect now—or very shortly—in your state.

For organizations that generate hazardous waste, there are a new set of rules they must comply with or face EPA fines. The New Hazardous Waste Generator Rules were signed on October 28, 2016, went into effect on May 30, 2017 in a few states, and since have become mandatory in an increasing number of states 

These New Hazardous Waste Generator Rule was not enforceable in most states until they had a chance to update and modify their existing programs. That time limit is now up, and these new rules are now moving at a rapid pace to the state levels, and will become effective in numerous states by July 1, 2018. At that point, all states are required to meet the minimum of the intended federal regulations—which means if your organization isn’t already up-to-date on the latest requirements, your time get in compliance is running out fast.

Use this on-demand webinar with presenter Gery Giannini, who will provide participants with a clear understanding of how to ensure full compliance with the revised and new mandatory RCRA Generator Rules, in the most strategic and cost-effective manner.

You’ll learn:

  • The enforcement dates for Final Rule implementation of Federal and State Plans
  • Changes made to the Hazardous Waste Generator Final Rule
  • Key provisions that will affect how you handle, ship, and respond to hazardous waste releases
  • Changes to hazardous waste generator reporting requirements and implementation dates
  • What the contingency plan “quick reference guide” is all about
  • How to change regulatory status episodically without changing generator category
  • Elements of a comprehensive plan that will reflect your compliance strategies to meet the new regulations

About Your Presenter

Gery Giannini, CETGery Giannini, CET
GG Safety and Environmental Consulting 

Gery Giannini, CET is the Owner of GG Safety and Environmental Consulting in Carmel, Indiana and provides safety training, consulting services and has performed numerous seminars throughout the country.

As a consultant for over 30 years, Gery has a very diversified background who performs site safety and environmental audits, assist customers in design and implementation of regulatory plans and can customize hands-on site-specific training programs. Some of his specialties have been focused on Chemical/Waste Emergency Response, Emergency Rescue, Chemical Compliance issues including RCRA and DOT handling of chemicals and waste.

Gery has worked with General Industry, Construction, Mining, Fire Departments, County Emergency Services, FEMA, LEPC’s and other groups just to mention a few.

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