Hazardous Waste Records: What’s Required

Maintaining Hazardous Waste Records


So you generate hazardous waste, now what? Trying to navigate your way through all of the regulatory requirements can be an uphill battle. Before you trash any waste documentation, be sure you are maintaining any necessary records.

Hear from Encamp’s regulatory compliance experts, Jenn Mester and Jess Martin, to learn what the federal guidelines say regarding hazardous waste records and most importantly, how to stay in compliance.

Learn what documents you’re required to maintain, how long you need to keep them on file, and best practices regarding digitization.

Watch on-demand to learn how you can:

  • Digitize your waste program
  • Track generator status and thresholds
  • Maintain relevant waste records
  • Be inspection ready
  • Have all records easily accessible in one place

Our Speakers:

Jenn Mester, CHMM, Compliance Program Manager – Encamp

Jenn joined Encamp in 2022 with more than 15 years of environmental compliance experience. Prior to joining Encamp, she spent three years as the head of the Environmental Department for the City of Cleveland, Department of Public Utilities, where she managed a team of HazMat professionals and oversaw all aspects of environmental compliance for a large electric, water, and sewer utility. She also has experience as an EHS Manager in the chemical and biochemical sectors, and eight years of experience in Environmental Consulting. Jenn maintains certification as a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM).

Jess Martin, Technical Program Manager – Encamp

Jess is a Technical Program Manager at Encamp. Prior to Encamp, she spent time as an environmental consultant for Braun Intertec working on major hazardous waste projects for industrial facilities throughout Texas. Jess also served the City of Corpus Christi’s Water Utilities department as Program Manager and later interim Compliance Superintendent. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where she earned a B.S. in Geophysics and spent a summer interning for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.