If you generate hazardous waste in New York, you must comply with both EPA and New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) regulations. Learn how to manage your hazardous waste in accordance with the latest EPA and DEC regulations at this live webcast.
Attend this course and learn how to:
Determine which wastes are hazardous wastes
Identify New York state-regulated hazardous wastes
Manage hazardous waste under the EPA and DEC requirements
Operate satellite and central accumulation areas
Ensure hazardous waste containers meet the EPA and DEC requirements
Properly label containers, including the New York-specific marking requirements
Determine when secondary containment is required
Complete the new e-manifest in accordance with New York-specific requirements
Properly store and manage universal waste and used oil
Prepare for and respond to emergencies and determine when reporting is required
Recognize which parts of the EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements rule are applicable in New York
Determine when a c7 notice is required, and what must be in the notice
Comply with New York-specific recordkeeping and reporting requirements
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