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Basic Waste Reduction (or P2) Training available in January



Have end-of-year Funding for training that you have to commit or lose?

New associates that need "How to do Waste Reduction Assessments"
training?

Experienced people that need a refresher?

Consider registering now for the course below.  (pass on to others in
your organization that might be interested).

What:  Basic Industrial Waste Reduction Training
Goal:  Prepare the participant to do basic industrial Waste
              Reduction (WR) and Pollution Prevention (P2)
              assessments.
Scope:  See list of topics below.
Sponsor:  Tennessee Valley Authority Industrial Waste 
              Reduction Team.
When: 1:00 PM January 12, 1998 through 
               11:00 AM January 16, 1998
Where:  TVA's Solar Institute Training Center in 
               Chattanooga, Tennessee
Cost:  $1000/participant (check, VISA, or Mastercard)

For Information or to register, contact Steve Hillenbrand 
              (423) 632-8489 or sjhillenbrand@tva.gov

Scope:  This training will emphasize source reduction 
              techniques from the industrial point of view (cost 
              savings as well as environmental) for all media: air,
              solid, water, hazardous, non-hazardous, and energy.

Continuing Education:  Successfully completing  this course will 
              fulfill the requirements of  30 Professional
              Development Hours (PDHs) for continued Professional 
              Engineering license accreditation in many states 
              (including Tennessee).

Topics to be covered:

   Regulations (as they apply to WR)
   Methods 
      Housekeeping
      Substitutes (raw materials)
      Process Changes
      Product Changes
      Employee Training
      Reuse
      Recycling
   Specialties or Tools
      Coatings (painting)
      Electroplating
      Wastewater
      Solid Waste
      Applied Technologies (14 technologies that reduce waste)
      Solvents, Degreasers, and Strippers
      Energy (lighting, HVAC and processes, compressed air, 
               and motors)
   Computer Usage (computer resources to solve 
               WR problems)
      SAGE
      AAGE
      CAGE
      Netscape
      Internet Explorer
      Procite
      MotorMaster
   Industrial Assessment (hands on assessment of 
                local industry)
   Assessment Report Writing (report on assessed 
                local industry)
   Measurement Techniques (documentation of assessment 
                implementation)
   Helping Industry Establish In-house P2 Team
   Liability, Legal Issues, Confidentiality


Class Size:  Class will be limited to a maximum of 30
               participants.