Hazardous Waste Management (HWM)
Venue: Johannesburg, South Africa
|Event Date/Time: Feb 08, 2010||End Date/Time: Feb 09, 2010|
|Registration Date: Feb 01, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 30, 2009|
8 - 9 February 2010, Johannesburg, South Africa
Interested to participate, please visit www.salvoglobal.com/wastemanagement.asp
Why Attend This Workshop?
Waste Management is No Longer simply a Question of Cost
As the spectrum of hazardous waste widens and becomes more complex and new regulations are introduced to govern the treatment and disposal of hazardous waste, the Extractive industry as well as the Petrochemical sector in Africa will have to upgrade existing processes and look into the development of not only new capacity but also new options to recycle their waste. Today recycling, re-use and recovery of hazardous waste forms key operational strategy as companies assess new avenues to manage their hazardous waste.
Comprehensive and highly-interactive, Hazardous Waste Management Masterclass will provide an in-depth understanding of the principles underlining effective hazardous waste management from generation, to transport to treatment and finally disposal. Best-of-class waste management techniques will be disseminated and the current challenges faced will be debated. Learn about waste characterization and labeling, waste minimization and disposal options. Also covered are the most recent regulatory changes plus a global perspective of how hazardous waste is handled.
Identify key concerns in relation to hazardous waste management
Learn about waste identification: key interpretations, exclusions and issues
Obtain an overview of global perspectives on control of hazardous waste
Gain valuable insights on the waste hierarchy and management options
* Evaluate strategic on-site management options
* Discuss latest treatment technologies and disposal options
Develop a logical thought process to resolve challenging waste management issue
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed for anyone who is involved in the handling of hazardous materials. This includes but is not limited to Heads, Directors, Managers, Consultants and Engineers of:
Health, Safety and Environmental; Pollution Control and Prevention; Sustainability; Waste Management; Hazardous Waste Management; Quality Control; Projects; Chemical Engineering; Operation; Inspection and Repair; Government Safety Regulators/Inspectors.