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Accumulation, Storage & Labeling Requirements Under EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Rule - On-Demand

Accumulation, Storage & Labeling Requirements Under EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Rule - On-Demand

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Accumulation, Storage & Labeling Requirements Under EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Rule - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to comply with the current requirements under the EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Rule.



The 2017 hazardous waste generator rule made changes to container labeling and waste accumulation requirements, and also to labeling for tanks and containment buildings accumulating hazardous waste. Although the rules have been in effect for some time, many hazardous waste generators still struggle to understand the requirements that apply to accumulating, storing, and labeling hazardous waste in satellite accumulation areas versus in their central accumulation areas.

The majority of the changes to the generator accumulation rules affect management of hazardous waste in satellite accumulations areas. The most significant changes generators need to understand to ensure they are compliant address incompatible wastes, closed containers, calculation of the storage period, maximum volume or weight of hazardous waste being accumulated, marking and labeling, and preparedness, prevention, and emergency procedures.

Use this on-demand webinar on how to ensure compliance when accumulating, storing, and labeling hazardous waste in both satellite accumulation areas and central accumulation areas.

When you attend this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Identify the new changes made to waste management in satellite accumulation areas and central accumulation areas
  • Distinguish the differences and similarities of satellite accumulation areas and central accumulation areas
  • Explain the satellite accumulation terms “point of generation” and “under the control of the operator”
  • Answer common questions, such as:
    • How should non-hazardous waste be labeled in the central accumulation area?
    • Is there a requirement to inspect satellite accumulation areas monthly and record the inspections ?
    • When should a 55-gallon drum of nonacute hazardous waste in the satellite storage area be marked with a date?
    • Is there a requirement to affix a label with a start accumulation date on the large storage tanks in the same manner as 55-gallon?


Plus you’ll receive bonus handouts from the presenter on: 

  • specific rule changes that apply to regulatory requirements that will help you evaluate compliance needs;
  • specific codes with shortcuts to requirements for Accumulation, Storage, and Labeling of hazardous waste;
  • the differences between Satellite, Central Accumulation and Storage Areas amounts and holding point time frames; and
  • collection options considering Waste Consolidation for Generators that may qualify to help reduce monthly waste generation thus avoid next Generator Level Status.


BONUS: And, you’ll receive BLR’s Toolbox Talk: Hazardous Waste Containers—Proper On-site Management by Generators. 

About Your Presenter

Gery Giannini, CETGery Giannini, CET
Owner
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 35 years, Mr. Giannini has a very diversified background which includes performing site safety and environmental audits, assisting customers in design and implementation of regulatory plans and customizing 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.

He has worked with General Industry, Construction, Mining, Fire Departments, County Emergency Services, FEMA, LEPC’s as well as others.

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