Managing Hazardous Waste in 2015 – Improving your Environmental Management
January 29, 2015
Businesses may use a variety of hazardous products in their day-to-day operations, ranging from cleaning chemicals and pesticides to fluorescent light bulbs and paint. When these items are discarded, they need to be managed as hazardous waste because of toxic, ignitable, or even corrosive characteristics. When these waste streams are not properly addressed, they often get thrown in the trash or poured down the drain. This webinar will provide a quick overview of common hazardous wastes, how to comply with the regulations, and prevention measures designed to reduce hazardous waste generation.
Sponsored by WSPPN, the State of Hawaii and the Hawaii Green Business Program, this information is valuable to any business in the nation looking to improve their environmental management and businesses that are considering participation in green businesses programs.
Presented by Roland Fornoff from the University of Nevada Business Environmental Program.
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