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The importance of auditing your Treatment Storage and Disposal Facility (TSDF)

  • 14 Jun 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Shaker Ridge Country Club, 802 Albany Shaker Road,
  • 68


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Join us on Wednesday, 

June 14th, 2017

The importance of auditing your TSDF  

Speaker:  Heather Fariello, CB&I 

Please Join us from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.  

at the Shaker Ridge Country Club (located at 802 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville, NY 12211)

$20 Member Rate / $25 Guest Rate
PDH Credits are available for an additional $20

Generators of waste are responsible for the material from “cradle to grave,” which does not necessarily end at the exchange of final disposal documentation from a TSDF.  Rather, a relationship remains between the generator and the disposal facility, since the generator retains liability for the waste, regardless of its final destination or disposal location.  

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 issues. 

Some of the observations that were not in compliance included improper storage of materials, poor housekeeping, unsafe working conditions, inadequate training and incomplete recordkeeping. 

Additional concerns could include unidentified underlying hazardous constituents, inaccurate profiling, identification of the operating within the United States generate wastes that often requires proper disposal at various treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDF) throughout the United States and Canada. 

The TSDF’s are entrusted 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, should the TSDF improperly handle waste or the facility becomes abandoned.  

Therefore, the generator’s waste disposal regulatory exposure is directly connected to how a TSDF operates.    

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