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Retail Hazardous Waste Program Success for 2022: A Refresher Course
While many retailers have a hazardous waste program in place to achieve basic required compliance, many can gain financial or sustainable benefits from reevaluating or optimizing their current solution. In this webinar presented by US Ecology, retailers will relearn the basic fundamentals of what is required to successfully implement a hazardous waste program both internally and with your chosen vendors in 2022, what regulatory frameworks must be adhered to in addition to the EPA, and less-than-obvious areas for improved operational efficiencies, waste reduction, and cost-savings. The session wraps up by reviewing the current status of the e-manifest system, and the newest requirements for reporting and tracking waste.

Sep 30, 2021 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jeff Scott
Director of Business Development- Retail @US Ecology
Jeff has over 25 years of experience in the environmental, emergency response, and hazardous waste management industry with expertise in collaborating with clients across a variety of industries to provide solutions on a national and multi-regional scale. Prior to joining US Ecology, Jeff began his career as a Hazardous Waste Technician, and then spent over 15 years with PSC/Stericycle in the Pacific Northwest as a National Account Manager in the Retail Services Division. Jeff has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Remediation and Hazardous Materials Management from Concordia University and maintains OSHA 40-hr HAZWOPER and DOT HM181/126 training certifications. His experience and competency in EPA, RCRA, DOT and OSHA regulatory compliance has enabled him to successfully support hazardous waste programs across the country.
Bryan Schultz
Environmental Program Manager @US Ecology
Bryan has been with US Ecology for over 18 years with 15 of those years serving in an Environmental Health and Safety role. He has assisted in the development of the retail program in multiple areas including training, auditing, controlled substances, and safety programs. Throughout his career, Bryan has managed the compliance of US Ecology’s National Programs which include the Retail Program, Controlled Substances / Pharmaceutical Management Program, Total Waste Management Program and Transportation.