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Innovative Technologies Materials Disposal

Date: 10 July 2017 - 14 July 2017
Course ID: ADDS091/2017
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $: 3500 US$
Venue: Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
Category: LEED, Green, Environment and Sustainability

Introduction:

Waste management planning is a five days training course, that covers all aspects of waste and pollution prevention from cradle to grave. It covers definition, characteristics, properties, sources, classifications, categories, generations, collection, storage, transportation and ultimate methods of disposals ;including ,land filling, deep well, injection, incineration, surface impoundments ;in addition to recycling technology; in loop recycling, zero discharge, waste exchange, product reformulation, fuel blinding, cement kiln and waste to energy.

Objectives:

Upon the completion of this course participants will be able to identify, classify, and properly handle waste all the way from generations to ultimate disposal, resulting in safe handling and a safe work place, protecting human health, the environment and complying with regulation while improving the organizational image as an environmentally friendly industry.

Who should attend:

HSE managers, environmental engineers, waste managers, supervisors, technicians, emergency response team leaders, chemical mixing employees, shipping and receiving workers and others involved in hazardous waste handling throughout all type of industries and constructions.

Daily Outlines:

DAY 1:

Management of wastes

A summary of the legal requirements for the management of hazardous waste

Hazardous waste handling licenses

Reducing hazardous waste at source

Identification of hazardous waste

Training and awareness

Reducing hazardous waste

Reducing the role of hazardous waste in the waste management systems

Reduce hazardous waste Options

Reduction at source



DAY 2:

Hazardous waste separation

Movements of Hazardous Wastes

Disposal of hazardous waste

Hazardous wastes from non-specific sources

Hazardous wastes from specific sources

Quantifying generations, emissions, releases and discharge estimates.

Release control, chemical spills, containments and proper handling procedures

Disposal methods

land filling

Incineration

Surface impoundments.

Waste minimizations and pollution prevention at the source.



DAY 3:

Hazardous waste record

Recycling technologies

Zero discharge

In loop recycling

Waste exchange

Recovery, reuse

Recycling bottles

Recycling electronic parts

Recycling papers

Waste to energy

Waste minimizations and pollution prevention at the source.





DAY 4:

Textile and clothing recycling

Waste car tires recycling

Aluminum recycling

Freezer & Refrigerator Recycling

Paint disposal and recycling

Plastic recycling

Motives and benefits of the process of reducing hazardous waste

Implementation of programs to reduce hazardous waste





DAY 5:



Examples of options to reduce some of the common industrial waste

Environmental impact assessment

Environmental hazardous record .

Hazardous waste is stored in-site

Treatment of hazardous waste in-site



Training Method



o Live group instruction

o Use of real-world examples, case studies and exercises

o Interactive participation and discussion

o Power point presentation, LCD and flip chart

o Self-test and group activities

o Each participant receives a binder containing a copy of the presentation slides and handouts

Program Support:

This program is supported by interactive discussions, role play, case studies and to highlight the techniques available to the participants.

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