Free Enhesa Webinar on producer responsibilities regarding waste disposal in China

Do you understand your producer responsibilities regarding waste disposal in China?

Were you aware you can be held liable for any EHS impairments caused by your waste – even during transport or in disposal facility?

Are you completely comfortable with your current waste disposal processes and procedures?

As with most EHS regulations in China, waste producer liability is not a straight forward or easily understood issue. Enhesa’s Shanghai based Senior Analyst – Ellen Zhang – will give an overview and update on current waste disposal producer responsibilities and regulations as well as exploring practical solutions to typical challenges. The Enhesa webinar will focus specifically on: Regulations and associated liabilities for industrial producers of waste in China Case Studies of multinationals faced with libelous situations Exploration of the limitations on waste management infrastructure in China Methods for selecting and overseeing reliable waste transport/ recycling/ disposal service providers.

To register for Thursday 20th August at 9:00 AM EST, Please Click Here

OR

To register for Tuesday 25th August at 11:00 AM EST, Please Click Here

As part of the webinar we would like to present information on how companies are handling waste in China. To that end we have created an anonymous survey on the topic. Please take 5 minutes to complete the following survey.

The webinar will last 1 hour.

There is no charge for the webinar.

Want more? Check out our upcoming Webinars

If you have any questions please contact Maria Panteris at 00-1-301.530.1392 or mp@enhesa.com

We look forward to sharing with you.

The Enhesa EHS Experts

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