Identifying Hazardous Wastes (4 hrs) Online

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Identifying hazardous wastes according to RCRA regulations helps environmental professionals to determine how the waste must be managed. This course covers identification of hazardous wastes, characteristics of hazardous wastes, and universal and miscellaneous wastes according to RCRA regulations. This course also discussed discarded material and excluded hazardous wastes in details. Apart from RCRA regulations, this course also covers Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) regulations in details. A major objective of TSCA is to characterize and evaluate the risks posed by a chemical to humans and the environment before the chemical is introduced into commerce.

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Identifying hazardous wastes according to RCRA regulations helps environmental professionals to determine how the waste must be managed. This course covers identification of hazardous wastes, characteristics of hazardous wastes, and universal and miscellaneous wastes according to RCRA regulations. This course also discussed discarded material and excluded hazardous wastes in details. Apart from RCRA regulations, this course also covers Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) regulations in details. A major objective of TSCA is to characterize and evaluate the risks posed by a chemical to humans and the environment before the chemical is introduced into commerce.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

Explain the RCRA hazardous waste identification process
Properly identify hazardous wastes according to RCRA regulations
Explain the RCRA special regulatory provisions, including mixture rule, derived-from rule, and the contain-in policy
Discuss the elements of a waste management system for municipal solid waste and industrial waste
Explain used oil management standards addressing such practices as storage, transportation, recordkeeping, and burning
Explain the history and goal of the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA)
Describe TSCA management programs to reduce risks from PCB, lead, asbestos, and mercury exposure
Describe the purposes of the Universal Waste Rule
Explain universal waste regulations for handling, labeling, and marking universal waste batteries, pesticides, lamps, and mercury-containing equipment