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December 14, 2016

WEBINAR – New RCRA Hazardous Waste Export-Import Rule

The ACTA Group

On November 28, 2016, the Hazardous Waste Export-Import Revisions rule was published in the Federal Register and is effective as of December 31, 2016. This rule impacts thousands of entities that export and/or import shipments of hazardous wastes. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is strengthening its standards to comport with requirements in place for Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries, to respond to recommendations issued by the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, and to quell criticisms of its regulations raised by its own Inspector General Office. The changes significantly alter the requirements for international hazardous waste shipments.
Join us on January 4, 2017, for an in-depth webinar, “New RCRA Hazardous Waste Export-Import Revisions: How EPA’s Final Rule Will Impact Your Operations,” presented by Acta Group President Lynn L. Bergeson and Senior Regulatory Consultant Christopher R. Bryant, and hosted by Business and Legal Resources (BLR).  Ms. Bergeson and Mr. Bryant will provide detailed information on the final rule and the steps you will need to take to ensure compliance.

You Will Learn:

  • New requirements for international tracking documents
  • Which electronic reporting requirements are required
  • What information must be submitted to EPA and other agencies
  • Which shipments are prohibited from export and/or import
  • Which provisions of the rule will be phased in
  • How to revise your organization’s practices to maintain compliance

Register Today at the BLR website. The cost of the webinar is $199. Contact for a 20% discount code available to B&C clients and friends.
Lynn L. Bergeson
Ms. Bergeson has earned an international reputation for her deep and expansive understanding of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), the European Union Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), and especially how these regulatory programs pertain to nanotechnology, industrial biotechnology, synthetic biology, and other emerging transformative technologies. She served as chair of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, and has served in many Section leadership positions.

Christopher R. Bryant
Mr. Bryant delivers over 20 years of experience in environmental, health, and safety (EHS) compliance and legislative, regulatory, and policy issues. Clients benefit from both his extensive field experience at the implementation level and his extraordinary knowledge of how regulations, policies, and legislation impact business operations. Mr. Bryant provides EHS compliance assistance, EHS management system development, assessment, and implementation, and strategic development on EHS issues. Prior to joining B&C, Mr. Bryant was Managing Director of the Chemical Products and Technology Division at the American Chemistry Council.