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60 Shades of Gray: Can over 60 changes to the federal hazardous waste regulations make sense?
EPA recently undertook sweeping changes to reorganize the hazardous waste generator regulations. These changes were generally intended to promote a better understanding of the regulatory obligations for all hazardous waste generators, from very small to large quantity generators, by better organizing and clarifying certain aspects of the regulations. Currently, these changes, referred to as the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule, are in effect at the federal level but not the state level. Carla Brown of Environmental Compliance & Safety, Inc. will discuss these changes, their impacts, and those portions of the rule MDEQ must adopt.
Tuesday, February 27th at 12:00 PM
MDEQ Commission Hearing Room (515 East Amite Street, Jackson)
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Environmental Compliance & Safety, Inc.
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Carla Brown, PE
, is a Senior Engineer at Environmental Compliance & Safety, Inc. Previously, she spent over 13 years in the Chemical Branch of the Environmental Permits Division of MDEQ, managing and writing permits for a variety of industries and media. Carla was also overseeing RCRA Hazardous Waste Permitting and Program Authorization prior to her departure to the private sector.