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Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) gives EPA the authority to control

hazardous waste from the "cradle-to-grave." This includes the generation, transportation,

treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste. RCRA also set forth a framework for

the management of non-hazardous solid wastes. The 1986 amendments to RCRA enabled

EPA to address environmental problems that could result from underground tanks storing

petroleum and other hazardous substances.


Costly Notice of Violations create additional paperwork, possible reduction in profits and

put you under EPA scrutiny. 


TSDFs and large quantity generators must comply with personnel training requirements. 

Facility personnel must take part in an annual review of their initial training which allows

company trainers to provide refresher training that includes the requirements employees need to know for solid hazardous waste management practices.  Training is only part of the system. 


We offer:

  • Classification of onsite waste streams based on laboratory results

  • Generator registration

  • Storage area setup

  • Training compliance

  • Waste management plan development

  • Waste minimization plans

  • Contingency plan

  • Manifest record-keeping


We offer training, program development, record-keeping organization and contingency plan development.

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