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RCRA Subpart X Training
This is a targeted course designed to educate federal and state permit writers and inspectors on the interpretation and application of the 40 CFR Part 264 RCRA Subpart X: Miscellaneous Unit, associated RCRA interim status 40 CFR Part 265 Subpart P: Thermal Treatment and Subpart Q: Chemical, Physical, and Biological Treatment regulations. These Parts apply to unique hazardous waste management units that don't conform to the design and operation of more standard units addressed under the RCRA regulations. Miscellaneous units include mechanical processing, thermal treatment, open burn, open detonation units and other unique units that require custom written, unit-specific permit conditions to ensure their RCRA permit is protective and enforceable. The expected time to complete the course is 24 hours.
RCRA Permit Writer's Course
This is an entry level course designed to educate federal and state permit writers and inspectors on the RCRA statute, the HSWA amendments to RCRA and RCRA requirements associated with reviewing RCRA Part B Permit Applications, writing enforceable permit conditions for both the RCRA and HSWA permits and public participation requirements associated with permitting activities. The expected time to complete the course is 24 hours.
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-The new ERTP Virtual University is now online! All the existing ERTP content is available with new online courses being brought online regularly, so make sure to check back for new training materials. If you are a returning user, your account from the old system is still active, however your username has been changed to your email address. All your student transcript data has been migrated to the new ERTPVU. Log in and view your user profile to access certificates from any courses you completed in the old system.
-Environmental Response Training Program (ERTP) courses are designed for personnel who respond to or who investigate and clean up abandoned hazardous waste sites. Training is provided in safety and health as well as in the various technical operations needed to identify, evaluate, and control hazardous substances that have been released.