Waste & Recycling Events

69 Results found
  • Category: Waste & Recycling ×

  • Event type: Webinar ×

What really goes in that bale? - webinar

ONL

The 2015 National Mixed Rigid Bale Composition Study was conducted to categorize the composition of the various types of mixed rigid plastic bales generated in North America, in addition to providing an estimate of the volume and type of non-bottle rigid plastic available for recycling. Making more accurate estimates of the types, volume and destination of rigid plastics ...

Aug. 11, 2015

How to Implement OSHA's Globally Harmonized Hazcom Standard (GHS) - Webcast (4290w)

ONLINE

OSHA published a final rule that will require US employers to begin adoption of the globally harmonized system for the classification and labeling of hazardous chemicals. This means that virtually every chemical label, MSDS (soon to be called safety data sheet) and written hazard communication plan must be revised to meet the new standard. Worker training must be updated ...

Dec. 10, 2015

How to Implement OSHA's Globally Harmonized Hazcom Standard (GHS) - Webcast (4233w)

ONLINE

OSHA published a final rule that will require US employers to begin adoption of the globally harmonized system for the classification and labeling of hazardous chemicals. This means that virtually every chemical label, MSDS (soon to be called safety data sheet) and written hazard communication plan must be revised to meet the new standard. Worker training must be updated ...

Sep. 29, 2015

How to Label Hazardous Chemicals Using OSHA’s New GHS Hazcom Standard - Webcast (4235w)

ONLINE

Workplace hazard communication labels are being reinvented as OSHA adopts the new Globally Harmonized System for labeling hazardous chemicals. In this interactive webcast, you will learn the difference between workplace and supplier label, what signal words, hazard statements, precautionary statements, and pictograms must be on your labels, essential references you can ...

Oct. 1, 2015

Air Permitting for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills

ONLINE

This 1/2 day webinar is for landfill managers, engineers, and environmental professionals who are responsible for the permitting of landfill expansions, gas-to-energy (combustion) projects, and flare installations.

Feb. 24, 2016

Air Permitting for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills

ONLINE

This 1/2 day webinar is for landfill managers, engineers, and environmental professionals who are responsible for the permitting of landfill expansions, gas-to-energy (combustion) projects, and flare installations.

Jul. 28, 2015

How to Implement OSHA's Globally Harmonized Hazcom Standard (GHS) - Webcast (4197w)

ONLINE

OSHA published a final rule that will require US employers to begin adoption of the globally harmonized system for the classification and labeling of hazardous chemicals. This means that virtually every chemical label, MSDS (soon to be called safety data sheet) and written hazard communication plan must be revised to meet the new standard. Worker training must be updated ...

Aug. 12, 2015

How to Implement OSHA's Globally Harmonized Hazcom Standard (GHS) - Webcast (4171w)

ONLINE

OSHA published a final rule that will require US employers to begin adoption of the globally harmonized system for the classification and labeling of hazardous chemicals. This means that virtually every chemical label, MSDS (soon to be called safety data sheet) and written hazard communication plan must be revised to meet the new standard. Worker training must be updated ...

Jul. 15, 2015

How to Label Hazardous Chemicals Using OSHA’s New GHS Hazcom Standard - Webcast (4173w)

ONLINE

Workplace hazard communication labels are being reinvented as OSHA adopts the new Globally Harmonized System for labeling hazardous chemicals. In this interactive webcast, you will learn the difference between workplace and supplier label, what signal words, hazard statements, precautionary statements, and pictograms must be on your labels, essential references you can ...

Jul. 17, 2015

Universal Waste - Webcast (4183w)

ONLINE

Does your facility generate any waste batteries, light bulbs, mercury-containing equipment, or pesticides? All personnel who handle these wastes must be trained to manage them in compliance with the regulations and know what to do in an emergency. Moreover, many states classify additional wastes as universal wastes, such as paint, electronic waste, antifreeze, aerosol ...

Jul. 27, 2015

Need help finding the right suppliers?

Let the XPRTs do the work for you