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Environmental Management (E101) Southern Region

Indiana Department of Environmental Management - Compliance and Technical Assistance Program

Evansville, United States

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Environmental Management (E101) Southern Region Free  

Event Details

Participants are welcome to select those chapters most relevant to their needs. Please see the E101 Course Contents below for more details on each chapter. 

Class Schedule Information:

Ivy Tech Community College – Evansville Campus

Bower-Suhrheinrich Conference Center (Room 107)

3501 N. First Avenue
Evansville, IN 47710

812-426-2865

http://www.ivytech.edu/southwest/

 

Dates and Times:

Tuesday, October 4                 9:00am – 4:00pm

Tuesday, October 11               9:00am – 4:00pm

Tuesday, October 18               9:00am – 4:00pm

Tuesday, October 25               9:00am – 4:00pm

*Lunch Break 12:00pm - 1:00pm

 

E101 Course Contents

·         Chapter 1: Environmental Laws, Regulations and Rules

What you will learn - federal and state environmental laws, regulations, and rules and the promulgation process, policy/procedural guidance, and locations of the most significant laws, regulations and rules within 40 CFR, Indiana Code and Indiana Administrative Code.

·         Chapter 2: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

What you will learn – hazarous waste identification and management, generator knowledge, special regulatory conventions, hazardous waste recycling, and hazardous waste generator requirements   

·         Chapter 3: Storage Tanks

What you will learn -  regulations concerning underground storage tanks, aboveground storage tanks, hazardous waste storage tanks and Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans

·         Chapter 4: Spill Remediation (Cleanup)

What you will learn – spill reporting, liability, CERCLA, Indiana State Cleanup Program, Voluntary Remediation Program, regulations surrounding LUST’s and RISC

·         Chapter 5: Air Regulations

What you will learn – federal Clean Air Act, air quality standards, construction permit, operating permit, Title V, FESOP, potential to emit, open burning and fugitive dust

·         Chapter 6: Drinking Water

What you will learn – permits, new well construction requirements, capacity development, construction permit and application review, certified operator requirements, Public Right-to-Know provisions, operational considerations, wellhead protection, public water system, bioterrerism and security and well abandonment

·         Chapter 7: Wastewater

What you will learn – industrial NPDES permits, general NPDES permits and permit applicability, types and functions

·         Chapter 8: Solid Waste

What you will learn – definitions, waste types, generator requirements and exculsions

·         Chapter 9: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (SARA Title III)

What you will learn – responsible agencies, emergency planning, emergency release notification, hazardous chemical inventory and toxic release inventory

·         Chapter 10: Compliance and Technical Assistance Program

What you will learn – mission, services and statutory requirements

·         Chapter 11: Pollution Prevention

What you will learn – importance of pollution prevention, assistance, resources and pollution prevention plan

·         Chapter 12: Environmental Compliance Exercise

Put your knowledge to the test in this class exercise where you will apply your environmental training to a fictional manufacturing organization.

 

Course Syllabus

Day 1

Introduction

Chapter 1.0     Environmental Laws, Regulations and Rules

Chapter 2.0     Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

 

Day 2

Homework Review

Chapter 5.0     Air Regulations

 

Day 3

Homework Review

Chapter 6.0     Drinking Water

Chapter 7.0     Wastewater

Chapter 3.0     Storage Tanks

Chapter 4.0     Spill Reporting and Management and Spill Remediation (Cleanup)

 

Day 4

Homework Review

Chapter 8.0     Solid Waste

Chapter 9.0     SARA Title III, Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act

Chapter 10.0   Compliance and Technical Assistance Program

Chapter 11.0   Pollution Prevention

Chapter 12.0   Environmental Compliance Exercise

 

*Schedule subject to change

Have questions about Environmental Management (E101) Southern Region? Contact Indiana Department of Environmental Management - Compliance and Technical Assistance Program

Where


Ivy Tech Community College - Evansville Campus Bower-Suhrheinrich Conference Center
3501 N. First Avenue
Evansville, 47710

Organizer

Indiana Department of Environmental Management - Compliance and Technical Assistance Program

For questions or more information please contact Alison Beumer at (800) 988-7901 or abeumer@idem.in.gov.

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