Conference Agenda & Scheduling

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Session
INTRODUCTION TO CA TIERED PERMITTING PROGRAM    M-B1   100663
Monday     8am to 10am
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersMike Dudasko
ObjectiveReview the Tiered Permitting Program (TPP) and its applicability to specific situations to improve understanding by generators and regulators.
DescriptionAfter 30 years, the TPP often remains confusing for generators and CUPAs. As a key step in WW treatment and to reduce offsite haz waste disposal, its important that generators understand the TPP requirements and limitations. Its also important for regulators to understand when onsite processing may/may not be subject to jurisdiction. Case studies and compliance requirements for generators operating under different tiers will also be reviewed.
    
REMOTE SITE CONSOLIDATION OF NON-RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE    M-B2   100664
Monday     10am to 11am
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersDaniel Stoehr
ObjectiveThis session will describe in detail the regulations for the generator consolidation of non-RCRA hazardous waste from remote sites.
DescriptionThis course will describe the California Health and Safety Code allowance for the consolidation of non-RCRA hazardous waste from remote sites to a generator site. It will also describe the requirements of the USDOT for the transportation of the non-RCRA hazardous waste as a hazardous material on public roads.
    
HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT: HAZARDOUS WASTES AT HEALTHCARE FACILITIES    M-B3   100665
Monday     1pm to 3pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersArleen Gurfield
ObjectiveThis session will help participants identify possible hazardous waste sources that are commonly missed at healthcare facilities.
DescriptionThis course will help participants identify hazardous wastes commonly found at hospitals, surgical centers, veterinary clinics and diagnostic laboratories. These waste streams may be overlooked for proper waste determinations resulting in significant volumes going to your sewers and landfills and costly penalties for the generators. Learn the proper way to manage these wastes and potential ways to minimize the wastes.
    
SATELLITE ACCUMULATION REQUIREMENTS    M-B4   100666
Monday     3pm to 5pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersRegan Bottomley, Andy Smith
ObjectiveParticipants will learn the complex satellite accumulation requirements, identify common violations and understand EPA/DTSC interpretations.
DescriptionThis class is great for both new and experienced students as these rules are complicated and no matter how long you've been in the RCRA world, you will likely learn some new nuance. In this interactive presentation, students will come to understand the satellite accumulation regulatory requirements, including day-to-day management of containers, common violations, plus how to avoid them, and important interpretations from both the EPA and DTSC.
    
VIOLATION CLASSIFICATION - FOCUS ON HAZARDOUS WASTE    TU-B1   100667
Tuesday     10am to 12pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersApril Ranney, Ryan Miya
ObjectiveThis session will provide participants with opportunities to collaboratively discuss violation classification using example violations.
DescriptionThis course is a collaborative regulator-only discussion on violation classification with a focus on hazardous waste generator violations. This course will provide Hazardous Waste Generator Program inspectors with an opportunity to evaluate and classify violations applying the criteria established in regulations as well as described in the 2020 CalEPA Violation Classification Guidance for Unified Program Agencies.
    
HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING LAW (ADVANCED)    TU-B2   100668
Tuesday     1pm to 5pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersTracy Young, Bavneet Benipal
ObjectiveTo provide an overview and scenarios of Hazardous Waste Recycling.
DescriptionPer Sheryl - 3 hours. Topics to be covered include the overview of the following: Health and Safety Code Sections 25143.2, 25143.9, and 25143.10. Scenarios of statutory exclusions and exemptions. Emerging issues involving the recyclable material reporting requirements.
    
HOT TOPICS IN WASTE CLASSIFICATION AND RECYCLING    W-B1   100669
Wednesday     8am to 10am
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersTracy Young, Bavneet Benipal, Samantha Lawler
ObjectiveTo provide an overview of hot topics pertaining to Waste Classification and Hazardous Waste Recycling.
DescriptionTopics to be covered include the overview of the following: Recent enforcement-related issues of waste determination and hazardous waste recycling Specific waste streams Types of sampling.
    
CONDITIONALLY EXCLUDED HAZARDOUS WASTE    W-B2   100670
Wednesday     10am to 11am
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersDaniel Stoehr
ObjectiveThis session will identify several useful exclusions from full regulation available for hazardous waste.
DescriptionThis course will identify and explain the conditional exclusions available for used oil filters, waste fuel filters, common vehicle batteries & household batteries, latex paint, reuseable soiled textiles, PCB Ballast, and more. It will also briefly identify and summarize the requirements for universal waste, waste oil, California empty containers, and other statutory exclusions and exemptions. It will not include recycling exclusions.
    
ADVANCED HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARACTERIZATION    W-B3   100671
Wednesday     1pm to 3pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersAndy Smith, Regan Bottomley
ObjectiveStudents will build on their previous hazardous waste characterization training by delving deeper into the definition of hazardous waste.
DescriptionEvery wonder why spent solvents are regulated at 10% or more? What are hazard codes and why do I care? Is my solvent-contaminated rag an ignitable D001 when I'm done cleaning with it; what about a spill? Why are some chemicals repeated in the F001 and F002? What is this whole "sole active ingredient" in unused chemicals all about? These questions and more will be answered as we delve deeper into understanding the nuances of waste identification.
    
UNDERSTANDING THE LARGE QUANTITY GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS    W-B4   100672
Wednesday     3pm to 5pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersAnthony Cardno
ObjectiveTo determine generator status, describe device management requirements and emergency plan elements, and determine if release reporting is required.
DescriptionThis 2-hr session covers the large quantity generator requirements at 22 CCR 66262.34, including determining a sites generator status, storage device management, marking, time limits, paperwork, and training requirements. Students will learn emergency response, planning requirements, and release reporting requirements applicable to large quantity generators.
    
GENERATOR IMPROVEMENTS RULE - MANDATORY AND OPTIONAL PROVISIONS    TH-B1   100673
Thursday     8am to 10am
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersKareem Taylor, John Schofield, Chosu Khin
ObjectivePresenters will provide details of the rulemaking of the Generator Improvements Rule (GIR) Mandatory Provisions and GIR optional provisions updates.
DescriptionThe presentation will be divided into two parts. In the first part, the presenters will provide details of the DTSC's current regular rulemaking project of the Generator Improvements Rule (GIR) mandatory provisions (what is included in the rulemaking package and projected timeline.) In the second part of the presentation, the presenters will provide optional provisions that are being considered for adoption through a second rulemaking process.
    
UNIVERSAL WASTE MANAGEMENT    TH-B2   100674
Thursday     10am to 12pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersAndy Smith, Regan Bottomley
ObjectiveStudents will learn how to comply with the universal waste management regulations.
DescriptionThe universal waste regulations are streamlined and more flexible, and yet violations are quite common here. In this presentation students will identify which materials may be regulated as universal waste, how to comply with the regulations and avoid violations.
    
ADOPTION OF US EPA STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE PHARMACEUTICALS    TH-B3   100675
Thursday     1pm to 2:30pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersVictoria Rouse-Jones, Liliana Cahuas
ObjectiveThe course provides information on U.S. EPAs Management Standards for Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals Rule and its potential adoption in California.
DescriptionOn August 21, 2019, U.S. EPAs Management Standards for Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals and Amendment to the P075 Listing for Nicotine Rule went into effect. The rule sets forth new regulations for healthcare facilities and reverse distributors managing pharmaceuticals that are hazardous waste. This session will provide background on the rule, an overview of the rules main requirements, and an update on the status of adoption in California.
    
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