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How to Get the Most Out of Your Hazardous Waste Partnership


Despite well-defined requirements, procedures, and targets, many organizations still struggle with delivering well-defined, exceptional EHS compliance programs. A strong external partnership can reposition your EHS compliance program and drive strong operational and financial outcomes. But once you decide to establish an EHS partnership, how do you ensure you are getting the most out of it?  

View this webinar to:

  • Understand the operational AND financial benefits of leveraging EHS partners
  • Learn how to maintain ownership and accountability of your program regardless of the partnership design
  • Hear how other organizations achieved greater outcomes by working with an EHS partner





Speaker Profile

Andy Bower_SquareAndy Bower is a Business Development Manager of life science and industrial accounts at Triumvirate Environmental.  Andy acts as the bridge between your needs as an organization and Triumvirate’s turnkey services.  He joined Triumvirate in 2015 and has had tremendous success partnering with organizations to drive efficiencies, improve compliance and encourage sustainability – all in a more dynamic high touch/high value package.  Andy has a proven track record of bringing value to organizations regardless of size. 

Brayton-headshotKevin Brayton is the managing director of life sciences at Triumvirate Environmental, a full-service environmental and safety firm with unique programs including turnkey solutions that simplify management, reduce costs, improve efficiencies/compliance and sustainability. Kevin began his career in the environmental industry in 1986. He joined Triumvirate Environmental in 1993 and has continuously driven its niche and growth strategy. Kevin has also created and brought to the market a countless number of unique programs that benefit laboratory, R&D, and regulated manufacturing organizations. Kevin is a Registered Environmental Manager (REM), a Certified Environmental Auditor (CEA), and a Toxic Use Reduction Planner (TURP). He received a B.S. in Environmental Science and Chemistry from the University of Arizona.

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