Hazardous waste workshops and training

We offer several resources to help you understand the regulations and how they apply to you, including workshops and other training designed to clarify the regulations and provide an open forum for questions. 
Overview of Colorado's hazardous waste regulations workshop
NOTE:  This workshop is full and walk-ins cannot be accommodated. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
April 7, 2015
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel     Map
8773 Yates Drive
This one-day workshop for environmental managers, compliance staff and other generators is designed to provide an overview of Colorado's hazardous waste regulations, including hazardous waste identification, management, treatment and recycling, inspections and enforcement.
Annual schedule, subject to change:
  • April: Denver/Westminster.
  • May: Fort Collins - canceled.
  • August: Grand Junction (every other year).
  • November: Colorado Springs.
Light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) training by the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC)
April 7-8, 2015
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel   Map
3203 Quebec St.
This two-day class will bring subject matter experts from across the country to present on LNAPL behavior in the subsurface, advanced LNAPL assessment methods, and identification of appropriate LNAPL remedial objectives and technologies.
Self-certification checklists as a learning tool
Use the self-certification checklists as a training tool throughout the year to help your facility stay in compliance with state regulations.
  • Don’t submit these training checklists to us.
If you’d like to discuss the results of your survey and/or schedule a free on-site compliance assistance visit, please contact the Generator Assistance Program (GAP) coordinator. 
If you’ve received a notice that completion of a self-certification survey is required for your facility, don’t use this form. Your notice includes information on how to access the official self-certification checklist that’s required for your site.
A coalition of states, industry and stakeholders working to develop guidance documents and training courses to meet the needs of both regulators and the regulated community