RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training (40 CFR 262.34, 264 & 265) - more info

 

Course Objectives:

Identify regulatory requirements for generators of hazardous waste.
Define hazardous waste and its characteristics.
State requirements for storage of hazardous waste.
State requirements for other types of hazardous waste.
State requirements associated with hazardous waste emergencies and spill response.
Identify requirements associated with shipping hazardous waste from your facility.
State requirements associated with used oil and oil waste.
State hazardous waste requirements associated with used batteries.
Complete hazardous waste exercises.

Course Outline:
A. Identify regulatory requirements for generators of hazardous waste.
Introduction
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
Generators of Hazardous Waste
Requirements for Hazardous Waste Generators
The Hazardous Waste Manifest.

B. Define hazardous waste and its characteristics.
Introduction
Listed Hazardous Wastes
Characteristics of Hazardous Wastes

C. State requirements for storage of hazardous waste.
Introduction
Labeling
Proper Contents
Storage of Hazardous Waste
Chemical Compatibilities
Chemical Incompatibilities

D. State requirements for other types of hazardous waste.
Biohazard Waste
Mixed Waste
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)
Waste Oils and Lubricants

E. State requirements associated with hazardous waste emergencies and spill response.
Preparing for Emergencies and Preventing Accidents
Emergency Coordinator Responsibilities
Requirements for Emergencies
Emergency Planning Requirements Specific to Large Quantity Generators

F. Identify requirements associated with shipping hazardous waste from your facility.
Choosing a Hazardous Waste Transporter and Designated Waste Management Facility
Preparing Your Hazardous Waste for Shipment
The Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest
Land Disposal Restriction Notice
Biennial Reports

G. State requirements associated with used oil and oil waste.
Introduction
What Is Used Oil
Types of Used Oil
Used Oil Generators
What Must Used Oil Generators Do When Managing Used Oil
What Can Generators Do With Their Used Oil
Burning Used Oil From Other Generators
What About PCBs?
What About Used Oil Filters?
Recycling and Pollution Prevention Opportunities
Helpful Tips for Used Oil Generators

H. State hazardous waste requirements associated with used batteries.
Types of Batteries
Regulating Used Alkaline Batteries for Households
Regulating Used Alkaline Batteries for Businesses
Transportation Issues
Recycling
Rechargable Batteries

I. Complete hazardous waste exercises.
Hazardous Waste Determination Exercises
F-Listed Wastes
Making Hazardous Waste Determinations

Table of Contents

Module 1: Regulatory Overview
EPA
Goals of RCRA
40 CFR Subtitle C

Module 2: Generator Requirements
Generators of Hazardous Waste - LQG, SQG, CESQG
Generator Requirements
Hazardous Waste Manifest

Module 3: Hazardous Waste Storage and Disposal Regulations
Labeling
Proper Containers
Storage of Hazardous Waste
Requirements for Satellite Accumulation Areas (SAAs)
90 Day Storage
Permitted Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facility

Module 4: Chemical Compatibilities
Chemical Compatibilities and Incompatibilities
Segregation and Storage

Module 5: Other Regulated Waste
Biohazardous Waste
Mixed Wastes
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)

Module 6: Emergencies and Spill Response
Preparing for Emergencies and Preventing Accidents
Emergency Coordinator Responsibilities
Requirements for Emergencies
Emergency Planning Requirements for LQGs

Module 7: Offsite Shipments
Choosing a permitted TSDF
Preparing Your Hazardous Waste for Shipment
Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest
Land Disposal Restriction (LDR) Notice
Biennial Reports

Module 8: Used Oil
What is Used Oil?
Types of Used Oil
What is a Used Oil Generator?
Burning Used Oil

Module 9: Universal Wastes
What is Universal Waste?
EPA Criteria for Universal Waste
Universal Waste Definitions

Final Exam

 

Course Type: Text, Audio, Graphics, and Photographs

 

 

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