Every person (business or government agency) subject to the regulations of the Ohio EPA should attend the Compliance Assistance Conference hosted by the Ohio EPA scheduled for September 23rd & 24th. The Conference should have something for everyone who needs to know about the environmental protection regulations of the OH EPA. While a large part of the Conference is directed toward businesses that need to know the basic requirements of environmental regulatory compliance, the agenda also includes advanced topics such as air permitting requirements for Major Sources (Title V) and an in-depth look at the regulations pertaining to the management of hazardous waste.
The general agenda for the two-day conference covers a variety of environmental compliance-related topics, including:
- EPCRA, TRI and RMP Reporting
- Air Permitting Basics and Reporting
- Preparing for an Ohio EPA Inspection
- Hazardous Waste Requirements – Basic and Advanced Sessions
- Understanding Source Water Protection Areas and How to Protect Them *NEW*
- SPCC Requirements – Basic Overview and In-Depth Course *NEW*
- Reporting When Things Go Wrong
- Solid Waste Basics and Recycling Opportunities
- NPDES Permits and Electronic (e-DMR) Reporting and GIS Capabilities at Ohio EPA *REVISED*
- Ohio EPA’s new eDoc Management System *NEW*
- Major Source/Title V Permitting and New Source Review (NSR)
- Effectively Communicating with Ohio EPA – Strategies for Success *NEW*
- Storm Water Requirements for Industrial Activity *REVISED*
- Wetland Requirements for Construction . . . and much more!
A special multi-session course is being offered this year on SPCC (Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasure) requirements, presented by an expert from US EPA.
If you require assistance completing minor source air permit applications, the Conference offers a hands-on session on this topic.
Also included new breakout sessions and new speakers to the line-up.
During the general session, business leaders will share their insight as to how they’ve gone above and beyond to meet their compliance obligations and implement sustainable business practices.
All this, and the fee is only $135/person for both days!
Be sure to attend my one day Hazardous Waste (RCRA) & HazMat Employee (USDOT) training seminar on September 25th in Columbus, OH!
To view the complete conference agenda and register for the event, visit Ohio EPA’s Compliance Conference website at http://epa.ohio.gov/