The seminar will discuss the significant changes in the pipeline and issues for NSW's waste regulation:

  • Removal of the defunct NSW Proximity Principle with moves to replace it by a Nationally based framework.
  • Long haul transport of waste from Sydney to Queensland with pressure to keep it local and levy paying.
  • The recently released draft Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy identifies major gaps.  Can they be filled?
  • Rescuing recycling in NSW is another topic as China bans imports cutting into already poor recyclate markets.

ASBG offers a morning seminar on the current issues affecting waste management in NSW. Following this is the afternoon workshop on Waste Classification and Use of Resource Recovery Exemptions.

8.45 am SEMINAR: NSW’s Waste Reform Implementation
This seminar section covers the most recent changes to NSW Waste laws including:

  • Getting the right balance between environmental protection, recycling and waste treatment
  • Liabilities in the management of wastes under NSW pollution and waste laws
  • Probable changes to the POEO (Waste) Regulation 2014 – The likely repeal of the proximity principle and levy changes are likely changes that will impact on recycling, the waste sector and generators
  • Threats to recycling and resource recovery; markets, levy impacts of contaminants

1 pm WORKSHOP: Waste Classification & Use of Waste Exemptions:
Waste licensing under the POEO Act and legal dangers for generators and the waste industry

  • Overview of the new and specific Resource Recovery Exemptions guidance documents for new RREs
  • Assess the details and workings of Resource Recovery Exemptions and how to apply them
  • Properly classify controlled waste according to the new Waste and other classification guidelines
  • Overview the triggers for hazardous waste classification e.g. dangerous goods
  • Detail uses of the TCLP, CT tests and putrescible test; when to use it and what to test for and how the test works
  • Identify the new immobilisation documentation requirements and how and where to use immobilisation
  • Examine the tracking system for controlled waste in NSW and interstate

This seminar is sponsored by Henry Davis York (HDY).

Price:
        Seminar Only            Workshop Only               Both
ASBG/HDY members
              $260                      $270                            $395
Non-Member
              $320                      $330                            $485
Notes, morning and afternoon teas & lunch is included in full package

 

Time:    8:45 am rego. 9 am to ~4:45 pm
Date:
    24 November 2017
Venue:  Henry Davis York, L10, 44 Martin Place Sydney

Register and pay by Credit Card or Register and be invoiced

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