Hazardous Waste Basics for Conditionally Exempt Generators (CEGs): A guide for small businesses, municipalities, and others
What is hazardous waste? Do I generate hazardous waste? How can I dispose of it? How can I avoid generating hazardous waste?
Get answers to these questions and more with this simple guide to hazardous waste management, storage, and disposal. Many industries generate hazardous wastes, including automotive, manufacturing, healthcare and dentistry, woodworking, schools, construction, and others. If you have worked with hazardous waste before, this is a great refresher. If you are new to hazardous waste, or aren't sure what applys to you, this is a great place to start.
Check back here for information on trainings for CEGs in spring of 2018.
Brewery Day 2018 - February 6th
9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Montpelier City Hall Auditorium
Social Hour @Three Penny Taproom to follow
The Environmental Assistance Office of the Department of Environmental Conservation will host the second annual Brewery Day on February 6, 2018. Join representatives from various state regulatory entities in a day, jam-packed with information, on how breweries can avoid common and preventable compliance issues. This year, we will focus on technological and financial resources for operating your brewery sustainably. We will be hosting a social hour after the event at Three Penny Taproom, so brewers and industry members can network.
- "Operating on the Up and Up: The permits you need to run your brewery within compliance"
- "Safe, Green Cleaning: Best Management Practices for Cleaning Your Shop"
- "Resources for Growth and Innovation: Financial Incentives and Cost-Savings"
DRAFT AGENDA HERE
Hear from VT DEC Staff what you can expect at Brewery Day this year!
For more information, feel free to reach out to: email@example.com
Sustainable Dairy Products: Northeast Summit - February 12th
DEC joins the Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA) to host a day packed with information and conversation on environmental and economic sustainability in value-added dairy products manufacturing. The Summit will provide a comprehensive look at energy efficiency, sustainability, pollution prevention, and the economics of environmental sustainability. It will cover basic regulations, spotlight businesses that exemplify environmental excellence, and bring together the people, organizations, and resources that can help dairy processors grow their businesses in a way that is both environmentally and financially sustainable. Come learn and be inspired to improve sustainability, efficiency, and your bottom line.
Visit NEWMOA for more information and to register. Register now!
This event is approved for 6 Training Contact Hours (TCHs) for VT Licensed Pollution Abatement Facility Operators.
Contact: Celia Riechel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-477-2669.
Food for Thought: An Environmental Compliance Outreach Series For Vermont's Food and Beverage Processing and Manufacturing Industry
The Environmental Assistance Office is offered a no-cost lunch-time webinar series in August 2016.
Part 1 Food for Thought Webinar: Managing Solid Waste - Completed August 23, 2016
Overview, options and best practices for management of solid waste, recycling and organic waste at Vermont Food & Beverage Processing Facilities
Part 2 Food for Thought Webinar: Managing Liquid Waste - Completed August 24, 2016
Overview of best practices for managing high-strength wastewater at food & beverage processing facilities
Part 3 Food for Thought Webinar: Managing Hazardous Waste - Completed August 25, 2016
Overview of Vermont's hazardous waste regulations geared for businesses that manufacture or process food and beverages
Environmental Workshop for Vehicle Service - Completed in June 2016