Most of the generator rules were promulgated in the 1980s and are over thirty years old. This past October, the EPA signed the final Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule to provide greater flexibility for hazardous waste generators and clarification around certain components of the hazardous generator program in an effort to improve compliance and environmental protection. The EPA has described the rule as “an overhaul of the hazardous waste generator regulatory program.” Some revisions appear to be more lenient than existing regulations, while others are more stringent, such as documenting hazardous waste determinations.
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Geraldine “Gigi” Dambreville is an Environmental Health and Safety Consultant at Triumvirate Environmental where she helps clients maintain compliance for various regulatory bodies. She focuses particularly on Massachusetts and Rhode Island RCRA regulations, OSHA, and DOT. Geraldine also works closely with clients to achieve long term compliance records. She has earned previous regulatory experience at the Maryland Department of the Environment and holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo.