ATLANTA, Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Georgia Tech will present Managing Environmental Compliance/$495 on October 15-17, 2003 as an open enrollment workshop. Registration is available online: http://www.pe.gatech.edu keyword search "environmental compliance" or contact registration at: (404) 385-3501. For technical information, contact Monti Staton at (404) 894-2645, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The course will be held at Georgia Tech's new Global Learning Center in Atlanta. The course is intended for those professionals who are held accountable for ensuring compliance with environmental regulations at their organizations. Participants will increase their understanding of the vast and diverse environmental regulations that may apply to their organization. In addition, the course will beget a greater understanding of how to manage compliance efforts and sustain the momentum for continued compliance. Specific topics that will be addressed in the course include: * Hazardous Waste (RCRA - Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) * Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA/SARA Title III) * Air Emissions - State Implementation Plans and Title V * Hazardous Chemical Storage (including RMP-PSM) * Industrial Wastewater * Storm water Permitting and Pollution Prevention Plan Requirements * Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan Requirements (SPCC) * Underground and Aboveground Storage Tanks * Hazardous Materials Transportation * Legal Considerations * Environmental Management Systems - ISO 14000 In addition to lecture sessions, the course will include several exercises and group activities to help reinforce the subject matter. About the Georgia Tech Research Institute The Georgia Tech Research Institute is a nonprofit applied research organization that is an integral part of the Georgia Institute of Technology. GTRI annually conducts approximately $100 million of research in engineering, science, computer technology, and related disciplines. Research customers include international, federal, state, and local government agencies, industrial firms, and private organizations. In addition to scientific, engineering and industrial research, GTRI's mission includes facilitating Georgia's industrial and economic development, encouraging development and use of the state's natural resources, and assisting national programs of science, technology, and preparedness. Through its research programs, service to government and industry and opportunities for student participation, GTRI contributes significantly to Georgia Tech's research, education, and service missions. Georgia Tech consistently ranks among the nation's top universities. To learn more about GTRI, visit: http://www.gtri.gatech.edu.
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