If you have had prior RCRA training, you can meet your annual mandatory RCRA update training requirements in this live, online session that’s designed to meet your 40 CFR 265.16 training requirements. Learn how to manage your hazardous waste in accordance with the latest state and federal regulations.
Attend this training to learn how to:
- Determine which of your wastes are classified as hazardous waste, solid waste, and state-regulated waste
- Operate central accumulation areas and satellite accumulation points
- Comply with EPA’s new rules for contaminated shop towels and hazardous secondary materials
- Properly mark and label containers
- Avoid manifest errors and learn the status of the new electronic manifest
- Properly store and manage universal waste, used oil, and other special wastes
- Prepare for and respond to emergencies
You’ll also learn how the new Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule makes over 60 changes in the regulations that can impact your facility, including:
- New definitions for Central Accumulation Areas and Very Small Quantity Generators
- New requirements for how you must document which wastes are hazardous wastes
- New marking and labeling requirements for containers and tanks at central accumulation areas and satellite areas
- Requirements for small quantity generators to re-notify EPA or the authorized state of their generator status and wastes
- Changes that must be made to your site hazardous waste contingency plan
- How to keep small quantity generator status, even if you generate over 1,000 kg in a month
This course will satisfy your RCRA recurrent training requirements.
The course handbook, Handbook for the Management of Hazardous Waste, is included as a downloadable document.
Pre-approved for the following Continuing Education Credits:
- IDEM CE Credit Drinking Water Operators—4 general hours
- IDEM CE Credit Wastewater Operators—4 general hours
- NEHA—8 hours
- NC Drinking Water (Water Treatment Facility) Operators—4 contact hours (Professional Growth Hours)
- NC Wastewater Operators—4 hours
- Ohio EPA Drinking Water Operators—3.75 hours
- Ohio EPA Waste Water Operators—3.75 hours
To participate in this live training, you will need an active internet connection. You may test your connection here.