The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act’s (RCRA) main objective is to control hazardous waste from the “cradle to grave.” RCRA instills inre gulatory agencies the authority to monitor the creation, transport, treatment, sale, storage, and disposal of all types of hazardous waste. Under RCRA, not only are proper cleanup efforts outlined, but it also includes the encouragement for beneficial reuse of substances, as well as the reduction of certain high-risk substances.

If you are a business owner or developer in California, it’s important that you understand RCRA and make sure that your daily operations fall within the regulatory guidelines. However, you don’t need to spend your valuable time combing through the fine print- trust Benner & Boon to do that for you. Our law firm has many years of experience working with businesses, insurers, and regulatory agencies across the state, providing counsel and litigation for cases large and small. You can count on us to understand RCRA, along with dozens of other environmental laws, and provide you with all the information you need to make smart business decisions.

The handling of hazardous materials comes with an entire network of rules and ordinances, and we can help you navigate these with ease. We also have the experience with RCRA in the litigation setting to both protect and assert your interests.

Here at Benner & Boon, we can act as your partner in helping your company stay in compliance, ensuring sustainable growth for years to come. Reach out to us today for your free consultation.