The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) was enacted by Congress in 1976 and still has a profound importance on the environmental and human health.
“RCRA’s primary goals are to protect human health and the environment from the potential hazards of waste disposal, to conserve energy and natural resources, to reduce the amount of waste generated, and to ensure that wastes are managed in an environmentally sound manner. RCRA regulates the management of solid waste (e.g., garbage), hazardous waste, and underground storage tanks holding petroleum products or certain chemicals.”
Did you know we have a series of 8 RCRA training courses? Our library of web-based training courses offers a range of RCRA modules, from general introduction to laws and regulations to specifics with hazardous waste.
Below is a list of our available RCRA training:
1. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: INTRODUCTION
2. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: DOT HAZMAT REGULATIONS
3. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND LIABILITY
4. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: HAZARDOUS PROPERTIES
5. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: HAZARDOUS WASTE COMPATIBILITY
6. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: HAZARDOUS WASTE IDENTIFICATION
7. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
8. RCRA ANNUAL REFRESHER: STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO GENERATORS
For more information on these courses or any others, visit our online catalogue at http://www.ecatts.com/websitePDFs/2012CourseCatalog.pdf or our website at ecatts.com.