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United States Environmental Protection Agency
Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR) Training
Sponsored by: Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials (ASTSWMO)
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Most would agree this area of RCRA may be the most difficult to deal with. Why does wastewater have less waste than non-wastewater? How should underlying hazardous constituents be looked at? What is dilution and what is not? This is your chance to get review the basics — what the federal LDR regulations are, how to apply them as regulators, and even how they apply in real life. This presentation is focused on the federal regulations with the idea that the states often have more restrictive regulations or different interpretations. So, if you’re a little fuzzy on LDR, when treatment requires a WAP, what the record keeping requirements really are, or how alternative treatment standards apply, come on in! Bring your questions. A state speaker will assist our primary speaker from EPA. Please note that this seminar consists of two, one-hour sessions with a 15-minute break.

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