Hazardous Waste Management
North York College of Information and Technology (NYCIT) is a registered private career college, offering engineering and technical training courses in Toronto.
You will learn:
Characteristics of hazardous wastes and methods for their identification, Ontario regulations on hazardous waste management, treatment and disposal including hazardous waste landfills.
Who Should Attend:
Civil, environmental and geotechnical engineers, technicians, technologists involved in hazardous waste management, landfill design and technical staff dealing with hazardous wastes in industrial settings.
- Hazardous waste definition and categorization
- Overview of hazardous waste legislation in Ontario
- Overview of US EPA hazardous waste management guidelines
- Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)
- Disposal of hazardous waste including incineration and land disposal
- Components of hazardous waste landfills
- Hazardous waste treatment
- Hazardous waste solidification and stabilization
8 hours (5:30 to 9:30 pm)
NOTE: Students who successfully accomplish the final project will receive an official certificate of completion.
Register as a group of three or more & receive 10% discount.
visit us at: www.nycollege.ca
About the Instructor:
Dr. Safari is a Visiting Professor at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Head of head of geoenvironmental lab at GeoEngineering Research Group at Carleton University with 20 years of industrial and research experience in geo-environmental engineering and waste management.
He has been involved in over 40 environmental and geo-environmental engineering and research projects around the world. He teaches environmental and geo-environmental engineering courses at graduate levels.
North York College of Information and Technology (NYCIT) is a registered private career college, offering engineering and technical training courses in Toronto. NYCIT offers workshops in different areas such as Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Design, Chemical Engineering, Process Engineering, Plant Design, Oil and Gas Industry, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Technology, Polymers, Plastics, Corrosion, Coatings, Energy Systems Engineering, Piping Design, Piping Engineering, Pharmaceutical Engineering and Science, Food Engineering, and Industrial Health and Safety.