- Susan Sharpton
- Program Coordinator
- 1 (405) 744-9225
|2017 Oct 04||Tulsa, OK||$299||Pay By Credit Card Bill Me|
This seminar is designed to educate management and supervisory personnel on the Federal regulations associated with management, classification and disposal of hazardous waste(s) according to EPA 40 CFR, Parts 260 - 279, (RCRA)
Identification of hazardous (RCRA) wastes - listing and characteristic, Accumulation, Storage, and Disposal Requirements. Generator Status Determination and the associated implications, Recordkeeping and Reporting, Contingency Planning, Land Disposal Restrictions, Universal Wastes, Used Oil, and Disposal of Empty Containers.
Anyone or any facility that generates, transports, treats, stores or disposes of hazardous waste, and any entity that produces, burns distributes or markets any waste-derived fuels must notify EPA of their activities and comply with RCRA regulations.
EPA may issue an order to any person who violates the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. The order may impose a civil penalty of up to $27,500 per day for each violation, and may also require compliance. EPA may also bring a civil action against persons who fail to comply with an order issued under the Act.