The EPA's Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery is pleased to offer a full-day workshop on the 2016 Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Final Rule (8:30 am to 3:00 pm). The workshop will be held on Wednesday February 7, 2018, in Arlington, VA, and is free for all participants.
This workshop, given by the staff implementing the rule at the federal level, will cover all the major provisions of the rule, looking at regulatory text and common implementation questions that have come up since the rule was finalized. Specifically, the training examines provisions changed by the rule for hazardous waste determinations, counting hazardous waste, marking and labeling, episodic generation, VSQG waste consolidation at LQGs, satellite accumulation areas, emergency planning and preparedness, closure, recordkeeping, and reporting using the updated Site ID Form.
Doors will open at 8:30 am and the workshop will run from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm (with an hour for lunch on your own) at EPA's Conference Center in the Potomac Yard building in Arlington, VA. Hotels are plentiful in the area, if needed.
We expect this training to fill up and will have a waitlist option on the registration site. If you do sign up and then cannot join us for the training, please take a moment to cancel your enrollment so someone else can take your spot.
If there is sufficient interest in this training, EPA will look into offering another in the DC Metro area at a later date.
Feel free to forward this invitation to other interested parties. We hope you are able to join us on February 7th. Please contact me, Kathy Lett (lett.kathy**At_Symbol_Here**epa.gov), or Mary Beth Sheridan (Sheridan.marybeth**At_Symbol_Here**epa.gov) if you have any questions.
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