Excal's new Hazardous Waste training kit provides you with

3 different videos -one for LQGs, for SQGs, and for VSQGs.

This gives you the flexibility to train employees at all your locations with one product. The kit is designed to present a detailed overview of the complex RCRA rules and regulations- which can help keep your employees safe, prevent releases, and avoid costly EPA civil penalties and liabilities.    more information

The Training Kit includes:

DVD with 3 videos.  LQG (26:00), SQG (23:00) and VSQG (17:00) Plus a Trainer's guide, Employee quizzes and Training sign-off forms.   preview program sample clips now

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$595.00

Also included with this new program is a fully customizable PowerPoint template that contains embedded video chapters for site-specific training. The templates offer between 30 and 50 pre-built slides for each generator category. Site-specific training can be created with or without the embedded video chapters.    more

 

Large Quantity Generators (LQGs)

(source: epa.gov)

Large Quantity Generators (LQGs) generate 1,000 kilograms per month or more of hazardous waste or more than one kilogram per month of acutely hazardous waste. Major requirements for LQGs include:

  • LQGs may only accumulate waste on-site for 90 days. Certain exceptions apply.

  • LQGs do not have a limit on the amount of hazardous waste accumulated on-site.

  • Hazardous waste generated must be managed in tanks, containers, drip pads or containment buildings subject to the requirements found at 40 CFR §§ 262.17(a)(1)-(4) and, specifically for drip pads and containment buildings, 40 CFR part 265, subparts W and DD, respectively.

  • LQGs must comply with the hazardous waste manifest requirements at 40 CFR part 262 subpart B and the pre-transport requirements at 40 CFR §§262.30 through 262.33.

  • LQGs must comply with the preparedness, prevention and emergency procedure requirements at 40 CFR part 262 subpart M and the land disposal restriction requirements at 40 CFR part 268.

  • LQGs must submit a biennial hazardous waste report.

See 40 CFR part 262 for a complete description of the LQG regulations.

Additionally, most states are authorized to implement the RCRA program. The quantity limits for state generation categories can be different than the federal limits. Please see the differences in hazardous waste generator categories table.

LQG  program sample  (3:29) 2 chapters

full program (26 minutes)

Small Quantity Generators (SQGs)

(source: epa.gov)

Small Quantity Generators (SQGs) generate more than 100 kilograms, but less than 1,000 kilograms of hazardous waste per month. Major requirements for SQGs include:

  • SQGs may accumulate hazardous waste on-site for 180 days without a permit (or 270 days if shipping a distance greater than 200 miles).

  • The quantity of hazardous on-site waste must never exceed 6,000 kilograms.

  • SQGs must comply with the hazardous waste manifest requirements at 40 CFR part 262, subpart B and the pre-transport requirements at 40 CFR §§262.30 through 262.33.

  • SQGs must manage hazardous waste in tanks or containers subject to the requirements found at 40 CFR §§262.16(b)(2) and (3).

  • SQGs must comply with the preparedness and prevention requirements at 40 CFR §§262.16(b)(8) and (9), and the land disposal restriction requirements at 40 CFR part 268.

  • There must always be at least one employee available to respond to an emergency. This employee is the emergency coordinator responsible for coordinating all emergency response measures. SQGs are not required to have detailed, written contingency plans.

See 40 CFR part 262 for a complete description of the SQG regulations.

Most states are authorized to implement the RCRA program. The quantity limits for state generation categories can be different than the federal limits. Please see the differences in hazardous waste generator categories table.

SQG  program sample (5:08) 2 chapters

full program (23 minutes)

Very Small Quantity Generators (VSQGs)

(source: epa.gov)

Very Small Quantity Generators (VSQGs) generate 100 kilograms or less per month of hazardous waste or one kilogram or less per month of acutely hazardous waste. Requirements for VSQGs include:

  • VSQGs must identify all the hazardous waste generated.

  • VSQGs may not accumulate more than 1,000 kilograms of hazardous waste at any time.

  • VSQGs must ensure that hazardous waste is delivered to a person or facility who is authorized to manage it.

See 40 CFR §262.14 for a complete description of the VSQG regulations.

Additionally, most states are authorized to implement the RCRA program. State generator categories can be different than the federal categories. Please see the differences in hazardous waste generator categories table.

VSQG  program sample (5:24) 1 chapter

full program (17 minutes)

 

SiteCast PowerPoint slides are formatted with backgrounds, photos and graphic elements that reflect the chapter segments from the video(s).

There are notes and suggestions for the trainer to facilitate site-specific customization.

The templates offer between 30 and 50 pre-built slides for each generator category, in both .pptx and .ppt formats. There are 2 versions of each slideshow (with and without the full-length video chapters) in a 512 x 384 .wmv format.

 

Site-specific training can be created with or without the embedded video chapters. A basic familiarity with the Microsoft PowerPoint software is required.

(Microsoft PowerPoint software is not included

on the disc.)

Use the arrows on the side of the frame to view slide samples.

Select the slide to enlarge it.

 

The Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule has revised the

hazardous waste generator regulations. Some of the major changes include:

 

 

Select the PDF icon

above to download the

'Fact Sheet - Hazardous Waste

Generator Improvements

Final Rule'

  •  Re-defining Generator Categories (CESQGs become VSQGs)

  •  Establishing Episodic Waste Events (Planned & Unplanned)

  •  SQG Reporting - now at 4 year intervals (beginning in 2021)

  •  Waste Consolidation between VSQG and LQG Facilities

  •  Additional Labeling Requirements

 

 

Previews of Excal Visual Kits are

offered to any EH&S professional

and are solely for the purpose of evaluation.

 

These previews are free for 15 days

 - no invoice, no commitment -

 

Programs may not be used for employee

or contractor training unless purchased.

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