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Common RCRA Non-Compliance Issues at Federal Medical Facilities Webinar Application



To help federally owned medical facilities improve their compliance with the RCRA requirements, EPA is hosting a free compliance assistance webinar focusing on the most common RCRA hazardous waste violations found at federally-owned and operated medical facilities.

The goal of the webinar is to help federal agencies that own or operate medical facilities or hospitals better understand their responsibilities under RCRA. In addition to providing information on these common issues, EPA will also provide insights from a regulator's perspective, and allow participants to ask questions of EPA inspectors.


EPA will host the free webinar on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 2:00-3:30pm EST. This training is open to federal facilities and states. Federal facility contractors may also participate if they have sponsorship from their federal agency.

The webinar will be hosted by the Cisco WebEx Meeting software. Please check with your organization to see if it supports use of this software within your network. A call-in number and URL for downloading the presentation slides will be provided for those not able to connect via WebEx, and, the webinar proceedings will be made available on the FedCenter homepage following the presentation.

If you would like to attend this webinar, please complete the registration form below. Approved registrants will receive an email confirmation and additional information about the webinar within a few days.

Registration Form

• Required fields are highlighted in gray and followed by an asterisk (*).

First Name * ?
Last Name * ?
Federal or State Agency / Organization * ?
E-Mail * ?
E-Mail Confirm * ?
Federal Sponsor Name (if a non-federal employee) ?
Federal Sponsor E-mail (if a non-federal employee) ?
Notification Email  
Enter an email address to receive a copy of this submission.
Form Verification  
The above verification is being used to help minimize automated SPAM submissions.

More Information

For questions or more information, please email fedcentermgr2@fedcenter.gov.

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Last Updated: September 25, 2018