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eBook How to Recognize a Hazardous Waste: A Concise Training and Reference Guide for RCRA Compliance ePub

by William M. Vrscak,Gary Crouth

  • ISBN: 0981775322
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: William M. Vrscak,Gary Crouth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: OLAP World Press; Twelve edition (March 19, 2012)
  • Pages: 188
  • ePub book: 1396 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1600 kb
  • Other: txt rtf docx lit
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 723

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But what exactly is a hazardous waste?" For the purposes of compliance with RCRA regulations, the answer to this question .

But what exactly is a hazardous waste?" For the purposes of compliance with RCRA regulations, the answer to this question is a complex one, entangled in a web of definitions, policy, rules and guidelines that are ambiguous, unfamiliar and sometimes contradictory.

How to Recognize a Hazardous Waste: A Concise Training and Reference Guide for RCRA Compliance.

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For the purposes of compliance with RCRA regulations, the answer to this .

For the purposes of compliance with RCRA regulations, the answer to this question is a complex one, entangled in a web of definitions, policy, rules and guidelines that are ambiguous, unfamiliar and sometimes contradictory. If you are responsible for complying with RCRA regulations, or working with those who do, you ll want to read "How to Recognize a Hazardous Waste (even if it s wearing dark glasses).

No other book or manual addresses the corporate hazardous waste .

No other book or manual addresses the corporate hazardous waste manager's responsibilities as clearly, providing chapter-by-chapter guidance for the execution of his or her responsibilities. The Guide includes chapters on subjects rarely discussed in other publications, such as waste profiling, facility permitting, preparation of a waste analysis plan, recordkeeping, and training programs. The book is clearly written with step-by-step instructions, including citations and forms. This excellent manual/textbook is indexed for easy reference and provides listings of additional subject area information sources.

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by Gary Crouth · data of the paperback book How to Recognize a Hazardous.

A complete self-inspection checklist for hazardous waste generators, based on EPA . Guide to Conducting Environmental Compliance Audits of Hazardous Waste Generators under RCRA. How to Use This Protocol. iv. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations.

A complete self-inspection checklist for hazardous waste generators, based on EPA enforcement inspection checklists is provided free by EHSO. This document was developed by the EPA, and modified by EHSO to assist in conducting environmental audits. The use of this document should be restricted to environmental audits only. For example, areas such as safety, transportation, occupational health, and fire protection are mentioned solely for clarification purposes.

Hazardous waste management facilities receive hazardous wastes for . A hazardous waste container is any portable device in which a hazardous waste is stored, transported, treated, or otherwise handled.

Hazardous waste management facilities receive hazardous wastes for treatment, storage or disposal. The requirements are intended to protect human health and the environment from the risks posed by hazardous waste.

According to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), more than 16,220 waste generators produced over 35.3 million tons of hazardous waste in 2009 in the United States. Every firm that generates hazardous waste must, by law, handle that waste in accordance with regulations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Failure to do so can harm the environment and human health and trigger civil and criminal and enforcement actions, resulting in huge monetary fines and penalties, lengthy prison terms and plant closures. But what exactly is a hazardous waste? For the purposes of compliance with RCRA regulations, the answer to this question is a complex one, entangled in a web of definitions, policy, rules and guidelines that are ambiguous, unfamiliar and sometimes contradictory. If you are responsible for complying with RCRA regulations, or working with those who do, you’ll want to read How to Recognize a Hazardous Waste (even if it’s wearing dark glasses). This is the updated and expanded edition of the book which, for over two decades, has been helping companies comply with the law. This book distills RCRA’s myriad of hazardous waste identification rules, policies, and guidelines to their essence, presenting them in a straight-forward manner using illustrations, diagrams, and simple, clear language. Features include: - questions and answers at the end of each chapter making it an excellent training guide - flow diagrams that simplify regulatory mazes - clear explanations of the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP), hazardous debris, and the “contained in” policy and rule - special sections covering used oil regulations and universal wastes - examples that show principles of hazardous waste identification and classification guidance to help you determine if a listed waste may be delisted - inventory and profile sheet organizes solid waste information - a list of significant EPA regulatory memoranda that show you where to get additional information Written by an environmental regulatory expert who devoted his career to the handling of hazardous wastes, the “dark glasses” book takes a simple approach with plentiful illustrations making it ideal as both a training guide and reference material.

Comments

Arilak Arilak
This is a very well produced reference for RCRA waste disposal, and EPA hazardous waste codes. It's a must have for anyone employed at a TSDF. LOTS OF CONTENT FOR THE PRICE!!!!
Nilador Nilador
So glad that I purchased this book after being out of the field for a few years. It's liked riding a bike since reading this book - it's all coming back to me now!
Zetadda Zetadda
Very well written book, I wish he wrote more books. This is a good way to understand RCRA but I would also use another book that's more technical. This book helps translate the technical terms from the more rigidly written books.
SupperDom SupperDom
This is a very easy-to-read and follow guide to the RCRA regulations. I have purchased this book in various editions over the last 20 years and have found it to be extremely helpful. I highly recommend it to anyone who needs to determine how to handle a waste.
Ricep Ricep
A form very practiced, see something very complex.
Axebourne Axebourne
I first used this book several years ago. I was pleased to find it again. Very helpful to explain things.
Zamo Zamo
Author Crouth takes the reader through an otherwise nearly impenetrable
darkness shielding the heart of our modern Morhdorh, the US EPA, to
reveal the code to understanding Sauron's seemingly indecipherable
utterances -- the regulatory dictates of the federal government.

For those wishing a clear view of the Resource Conservation and Recovery
Act, this easily read and understood and mercifully brief book is simply
irreplaceable and indispensable. Crouth is an experienced practitioner
in these black arts and traveling the road to these truths without his
guidance is surely a fool's, and perhaps a doomed, journey.
Being in and around hazardous waste for over twenty years, I'll be the first to let you know this book is something that can be used by a neophyte and at the same time one that the seasoned professional will be glad to have as a reference to help decipher the multitude of EPA Hazardous Waste regulations. The "Dark Glasses" book takes a simplified, yet fun approach to uncovering the correct answers to the complicated world of hazardous waste and a book I utilize as reference guide to this day. My thanks to the author for his work and this latest 12th edition.