LSP Association Continuing Education Seminar

Facility Roundtable: Managing Remediation and Hazardous Waste

When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Registration begins at 12:30 PM).  
Location: DoubleTree Hotel, 5400 Computer Drive, Westborough, MA  

Pricing: $200 Members | $350 Non-Members

  • Jason Barroso, Industrial Account Manager, Waste Management
  • Hugo DelRosso, Account Executive, US Ecology
  • Michael F. McKeen, Sales and Compliance Manager, Aggregate Recycling Corporation (ARC)
  • Scott Miller, New England Regional General Manager, Clean Earth Inc.
  • Jane Parkin Kullmann, Senior Risk Assessor, Wood Environment and Infrastructure

This is a new course. It has been approved for 4.0 LSP "non-DEP"/Technical continuing education credits (#1647). This course will also be submitted to the CT LEP Board for credits. This course is being held immediately prior to the March 2019 Membership Meeting.  

Course Description: 
The remediation of MCP sites often involves the excavation and disposal of contaminated soils. The proper management of the soil characterization and disposal process is a significant issue for an LSP to deal with, since mistakes can have dire regulatory and financial consequences.

This four-hour course is designed to assist LSPs in better understanding the regulatory, waste, and facility-specific requirements for properly managing both remediation and hazardous waste when it is sent to off-site recycling/disposal facilities. This aspect of waste management, a key task at MCP sites, is one where the responsibility typically falls to the site LSP who is accordingly obligated to understand the nuances of federal, state, and facility specific requirements. If the LSP understands the waste profiles and acceptance criteria for each of these types of facilities, there is less likelihood of an improper shipment and an improved likelihood that waste packages will be accepted and not require revisions.

The course will focus on:

  • Writing and preparing soil/material packages (including waste profiles) that comply with facility requirements and address facility acceptance criteria.
  • Considerations for when waste is sent to a facility.
  • Common mistakes to avoid and things to remember about shipping to a remediation and hazardous waste facility
  • Overview of the material acceptance process

To view full course description, agenda and instructor biographies, click here.

This course is full and registration has closed. Please contact Kristi Lefebvre at [email protected] to be place on the waitlist.