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OnDemand Course: EPA's New Regulated Waste Definition Under RCRA

EPA's New Regulated Waste Definition Under RCRA

Learn how to classify waste and analyze exceptions or exemptions that may apply.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has revised its solid and hazardous waste rules under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act...

Available as OnDemand Course, MP3 Download

CLE credit available

OnDemand Course: Renewable Energy from Waste in the U.S.: Status and Trends for the Future

Renewable Energy from Waste in the U.S.: Status and Trends for the Future

Turning trash into treasure - discover the methods, technologies and economic expectations of converting waste into usable energy. Receive a brief overview of the North American solid waste management landscape,...

OnDemand Course: Planning for the New(est) Definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS)

Planning for the New(est) Definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS)

Understand the steps you should take so you can be prepared for potential changes in status. Receive current and up-to-date information on the status of the controversial 2015 Waters of the United States definition...

OnDemand Course: USEPA Definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS)

USEPA Definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS)

Understand the current legal and regulatory requirements under the Clean Water Act.The scope of the EPA and the Corps of Engineer's reach under the Clean Water Act has been in constant flux over the last decade, with a...

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Live Webinar: Recent Development with the Clean Water Act

Recent Development with the Clean Water Act

Understand the evolution of the Clean Water Act, its success, and how it has evolved to expand coverage over wet weather and emerging contaminants. The 1972 amendment to the Clean Water Act defined navigable waters as...

Live Webinar February 9, 2021 1:00pm EST

CLE, ENG credit available

OnDemand Course: Best Management Practices of Erosion and Sediment Controls

Best Management Practices of Erosion and Sediment Controls

Understand erosion control, soil erosion and sediment control and why it's important and regulated.This topic will review the basic understanding of erosion control, soil erosion and sediment control and why it is...

OnDemand Course: Environmental Issues and Agriculture

Environmental Issues and Agriculture

Agriculture accounts for a significant portion of the U.S. economy and land area, and is subject to a growing list of environmental regulations including the Clean Water Act; Clean Air Act; Comprehensive Environmental...

OnDemand Course: Current Issues in Wetland Delineation

Current Issues in Wetland Delineation

Many project proponents lack the familiarity with Clean Water Act Section 404 regulations and wetland resources needed to develop comprehensive permit applications and build sufficient time for regulatory compliance into...

OnDemand Course: Temporary COVID-19 Enforcement Policy Issued by EPA

Temporary COVID-19 Enforcement Policy Issued by EPA

Understand the scope of the EPA's temporary enforcement policy and situations in which the policy will be implemented.The EPA acknowledges that the travel and social distancing restrictions imposed by governments, along...

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AIA, CLE, ENG credit available

OnDemand Course: Neglected and Underused Land Reuse

Neglected and Underused Land Reuse

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), by some estimates, recognizes approximately 13 million acres of distressed lands such as brownfields, CERCLA sites, RCRA sites and abandoned mine sites.

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