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The management of hazardous waste in China is becoming a more and more important topic as the central government has been putting a lot of effort in the regulation on the hazardous chemicals and the improvement of the environmental quality. The latest version of the Inventory of Hazardous Wastes was published in March 2016. The new version became effective on Aug 1st 2016 and included significant changes compared to its predecessor, the 2008 version. However, industry has encountered some problems relating to the implementation of the Inventory. So ChemLinked invited Ms. Amy Tu to give our readers a comprehensive introduction to the management of hazardous waste in China.
This webinar is totally free and delivered in two languages. Click on below links to select the session:
|Date||July 17th, 2018（Tuesday）|
|Time||Beijing Time (GTM+8)||Chinese session 10:00-11:00||Click here to register|
|English Session 22:00-23:00||Click here to register|
1. Definition of the hazardous waste
2. Regulations related to the hazardous waste
3. Identification of the hazardous waste
Ms. Amy Tu (Chinese session)
REACH24H Consulting Group
Ms. Amy Tu is a key member of the EHS consultant team of REACH24H consulting group. She received her Master's degree from the Department of Environmental Engineering of Zhejiang University and has rich experiences in the regulatory compliance in regards to the environmental protection regulations and laws in China. Now she is focusing on the environmental consultancy regarding the hazardous waste and VOCs related regulations and has helped a lot of international companies with relative compliances.
Mr. Matt Lyu (English Session)
Regulatory analyst & Editor
Mr. Matt Lu is a regulatory analyst and editor in ChemLinked. He focuses on the research of the chemical management regulations in Asia Pacific countries and regions. The management of hazardous substances in China is one of the areas he focuses in .
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