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A certified Landfill Operator must be present at a municipal solid waste landfill during all hours of operation.
The State Uniform Inspection Training Program is designed to provide a basic knowledge of Tennessee's solid waste facility inspection program.
DSWM is exploring expanding our Hazardous Waste Inspector Training program to the public - and new courses are available now.
DSWM has initiated new training to elevate our commitment to quality and technical consistency both internally and with the regulated community.
The Environmental Show of the South conference and exhibition provides technical, environmental presentations and opportunities for networking.
Anyone engaged in lead-based paint (LBP) activities in "target housing" and "child-occupied facilities" must be certified.
Anyone who performs asbestos activities in schools or public and commercial buildings must be accredited by the State.
Hazardous waste generators are required to file annual hazardous waste reports. Free workshops are held annually to assist generators in preparing these reports.
Authors of the county Annual Progress Reports can attend annual workshops to better understand and improve the reporting process.
Grant workshops are an opportunity for applicants to ask questions, review grant priorities and criteria, and improve the quality of their application.
This webpage has been created by TDEC to help inform Tennesseans about environmental consultation requests.
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