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Massachusetts RCRA for Life Sciences, Very Small and Small Quantity Waste Generators

RCRA Training for Life Sciences (310 CMR 30)

The EPA’s Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulates the management of hazardous waste. In addition, MA DEP enforces 310 CMR 30, Hazardous Waste Regulations, governing waste generation in MA. Facility personnel assigned to the management of hazardous waste need to know how to conduct their duties in a manner that ensures compliance with 310 CMR 30.

Our RCRA Training for Life Sciences courses educate generators of hazardous chemical waste and employees signing chemical waste manifests how to comply with the requirements for Small Quantity Generator and Very Small Quantity Generators.

Course Logistics

This course can be taken on any computer with web access. The RCRA course will take students approximately 1 to 3 hours, depending on their background and experience. Students have the ability to “pause” the lesson and continue it at a later time. After successful completion of the course the student will be prompted to print out a “certificate of completion” for their records. A copy of this certificate should also be kept in the company’s Central Safety files, to comply with the record-keeping portion of the training.

Approved for 2 TCH credits through MA DEP


The cost for the RCRA Training for Life Sciences (310 CMR 30) course is $350 per person.