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The purpose of this site is to provide Vermont businesses that generate limited amounts of hazardous waste with information they need about handling hazardous wastes in their operations. The site is based on the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation's Conditionally Exempt Generator (CEG) Handbook: A Hazardous Waste Management Guide for Smaller Vermont Businesses, and includes quizzes for users to test their knowledge, as well as many useful links.

The Vermont CEG On-Line Course is a collaborative effort between the Vermont Small Business Development Center and the Department of Environmental Conservation's Environmental Assistance Office and Waste Management Division.  Funded through a grant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, this project was prepared under contract by  DSM and Blair Technologies.  This web site (www.vtceg.org) is hosted and maintained on the DEC server but is not part of the Department's web site.  To report problems, please click here.

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Disclaimer: This On Line Learning Course for Conditionally Exempt Generators of Hazardous Wastes is designed to provide educational information and resources to assist in compliance with the basic requirements of the Vermont Hazardous Waste Management Regulations (Regulations) as they apply to conditionally exempt generators of hazardous waste. Persons using this course and related materials should clarify questions by either reviewing the appropriate sections of the Regulations or contacting the Hazardous Waste Management Program of the Vermont DEC Waste Management Division at (802) 241-3888, or by email at anr.hazwaste@state.vt.us .

The certificate provided by this course only indicates completion of the course. The certificate can in no way be used to prove compliance with applicable regulations, nor is it a license to conduct any activity. It is up to individual businesses to ensure environmental compliance on a daily basis.

 

 

 

 

 
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