The Class-B Municipal Solid Waste Facility Supervisor course provides participants with information specific to the qualifications necessary to obtain a Class-B license and all related renewal requirements. During the course, students are provided an overview and history of municipal solid waste sites as well as related statutes and authorization rules associated with such facilities. In addition to these topics, participants are provided transponder responsibilities, operational equipment and maintenance needs, composting facility rules, and applicable health and safety codes necessary to comply with 30 TAC Chapter 30.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
TopicsQualifications for Obtaining Initial License and Renewal of Licenses+History of Municipal Solid Waste+Waste Characteristics+Municipal Solid Waste Authorization+Transporters Responsibilities+Medical Waste Management+Composting Facilities+Applicable Texas Health & Safety Code+Applicable Texas Water Code+Regulations and Regulators+Public Relations+Equipment Operation and Maintenance+Safety
Supervisors and managers of Class-B solid waste facilities to include recycling and composting facilities, medical waste management facilities, Type VI demonstration facilities, and Type IX energy or material recovery facilities.
Continuing Education and Professional Credits2.4 CEUs
TCEQ Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Supervisor License