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The Importance of Auditing your TSDFs
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This webinar will discuss how performing onsite facility audits that review the records as well as a walkthrough of the TSDF programs, operations, and record-keeping can provide a much clearer picture of the generator’s potential liability and whether that information makes the TSDF an acceptable risk.

3/19/2018
When: Monday, March 19
2 PM EDT
Where: Webinar
United States
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Waste generators are responsible for the material from “cradle to grave,” which does not necessarily end at the exchange of final disposal documentation from a TSDF. Generators entrust TSDF’s with handling all aspects of waste disposal, within the applicable federal, state or local rules and regulations, including best management practices. Non-compliant operations by a TSDF facility can lead to fines, site contamination and costs for remedial activities. Therefore, how a TSDF operates is directly connected to the generator’s waste disposal regulatory exposure. A recent audit of several TSDF’s varying in both size and type of operations revealed practices and recordkeeping issues that may expose the generator to potential problems and other additional concerns. This webinar will discuss how performing onsite facility audits that review the records as well as a walkthrough of the TSDF programs, operations, and record-keeping can provide a much clearer picture of the generator’s potential liability and whether that information makes the TSDF an acceptable risk. Register Now"

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