Hazardous Waste Management in California
If your facility generates hazardous waste in the state of California, you must comply not only with the California hazardous waste regulations, but also with federal regulations that have not yet been incorporated into the California rules. Attend this two-day seminar and meet both the California and federal annual training requirements for generators of hazardous waste in California.
Topics covered include waste characterization, on-site management, manifesting, land disposal restrictions, tiered permitting, source reduction, and universal wastes. You'll also learn about the modifications and new rules that will affect your facility's hazardous waste management program upon promulgation.
The Handbook for the Management of Hazardous Waste in California provides step-by-step instructions for hazardous waste management. It also includes a section specifically dedicated to identifying and discussing federal regulations that generators in California must comply with, even though they are not yet incorporated into the California rules.
Pre-approved for the following Continuing Education Credits:
- CM Points IHMM—May be eligible for 16 CMP
- IDEM Drinking Water—16 contact hours
- IDEM Waste Water—16 general contact hours
- NEHA—16 contact hours