Norwell, MA (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
Clean Harbors, North America’s leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services, is offering an on-demand webcast on chemical lifecycle management that addresses procurement, safe use, storage and disposal, as well as reuse or recycling. Entitled “Increase sustainability through chemical lifecycle management” the complimentary webcast presents a concise but thorough overview of ways to reduce waste, cut costs and increase safety.
Part of Clean Harbors’ information series for companies that handle and/or generate hazardous materials, the webcast is available on demand at: http://www.cleanharbors.com/chemical-lifecycle-pr.
Hosted by Victor W. Belenchia, Clean Harbors Vice President, Chemical Industry, the webcast separates chemical lifecycle management into three primary stages – Procurement, Use and Post-use – and discusses procedures for safe handling, labeling, inventorying and reporting at each stage of the lifecycle. The changing economics of beneficial tolling, reuse and recycling of chemicals is also explored as are the advantages of using a chemical management software system.
The presentation is rounded out with a helpful overview of the regulations governing satellite and main storage areas, as well as best practices in both production and laboratory environments.
“At Clean Harbors, we understand that effective chemical lifecycle management comes down to balancing regulatory compliance, material utilization costs, and sustainability in a way that delivers the greatest benefits to the company on all fronts,” said Belenchia. “The webcast is an excellent overview of chemical management for anyone who handles hazardous materials. It will remind people of their responsibilities and of the resources that are available to help them safely and cost-effectively manage chemical inventories.”
About Clean Harbors
Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America. The Company serves over 60,000 customers, including a majority of the Fortune 500 companies, thousands of smaller private entities and numerous federal, state, provincial and local governmental agencies. Headquartered in Norwell, Massachusetts, Clean Harbors has more than 200 locations, including over 50 waste management facilities, throughout North America in 37 U.S. states, seven Canadian provinces, Mexico and Puerto Rico. For more information, visit http://www.cleanharbors.com.
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