A one-day workshop will be presented on the Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR) on January 23, 2008 in Mississauga, Ontario.
The Ontario Ministry of Environment has recently enacted legislation that essentially requires all generators of hazardous wastes to re-evaluate their waste class designations and confirm their compliance with the Land Disposal
Restriction (LDR) requirements. To support these provisions Ontario Regulation 461/05 has amended Ontario Regulation 347. Key requirements of this new regulation include:
New definitions for a variety of waste classes
Amendments to existing schedules
New diagnostic criteria
Pre-treatment of wastes
New notification and reporting requirements
Re-assessment and re-registration of waste streams
Henry Krupa had a distinguished career in government as Director of Legal Services for the Ontario Ministries of Environment and Energy. As the province’s most senior legal advisor on environment and energy matters, Henry played a leading role in every major
environmental and energy issue in the province, in developing virtually every provincial policy and law that will govern these sectors for years to come, and in the province’s compliance, enforcement and prosecutorial activities.
Henry’s unique qualifications and experience make him a key resource for this workshop. In addition to presenting the plenary, Henry will be available at the concluding forum to answer your legal and compliance questions.
You Will Learn
The layout of the new regulations
Phase in schedules
Rationale and philosophy
Key new schedules and their interpretation
Waste stream identification
Application, exemptions and SQG
New classification criteria
Application of LDR
Registration protocols and HWIN
Who Should Attend?
Waste Management Specialists
Health, Safety and Environment Professionals
ISO 14001 Coordinators
To Register: $495
Registration is limited to 20 people per session and is assigned on a first come, first served basis. For further information or to register:
Need Help Now?
Our Waste Services Group consultants are available to assist you with your compliance needs including:
registering wastes with the MOE through the HWIN program
prepare Sampling and Analysis plans for accurately profiling wastes
conduct waste audits to develop a base line of existing wastes to determine what will be considered LDR waste streams
to assist with identifying disposal facilities that can pretreat LDR waste streams
to manage the disposal of their wastes