• How to Select a Waste Transporter and TSDF
  • Daniel Stoehr

    Daniel Stoehr is the owner and sole training provider for Daniels Training Services, a company he began in 2010. He is a trained and knowledgeable EHS professional with more than 25 years of experience with the environmental health and safety regulations at the state and federal level. After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science for Natural Resource Management and Environmental Law Enforcement from UW-Stevens Point, he was employed for 6 years with a waste disposal company where his job responsibilities included manifesting, handling, and transporting hazardous waste throughout the Midwest. More recently he was employed for 13 years by an environmental consulting firm where he was exposed to a wide range of Federal and State EHS regulations pertaining to hazardous waste management and hazardous material transportation. Dan has provided training nationwide at seminars, onsite events, webinars and conferences to fulfill the USEPA training requirements for Hazardous Waste Personnel and those of the USDOT/PHMSA for hazmat employees. His goal is to answer questions and put tools — and the knowledge to use them — into the hands of EHS professionals through engaging and interactive training.

  • Annika Larsonsays:
    04/24/2017 at 5:38 pm Reply

    My husband and I are planning on having a renovation done on our home. We want to make sure the waste is properly disposed of. As you said, especially with hazardous waste, it’s important to check for certification such as an EPA identification number. Thanks for sharing!

  • Alex Deansays:
    05/26/2017 at 2:27 pm Reply

    It’s good to know that when it comes to waste management that something to think about is if the transporter have insurance. Which would be great to know that everything will be done right. That way we don’t have to worry paying extra for if things go wrong.

    • Brittanysays:
      05/30/2017 at 9:35 am Reply

      Hi Alex,

      You are spot on! We think it’s extremely important to remind waste generators to consider whether their transporters have insurance. That doesn’t mean your company will necessarily be off the hook if something does happen due to Cradle to Grave Liability for hazardous waste, but insurance should provide some peace of mind.


  • Hannah Neilsonsays:
    12/20/2017 at 7:23 pm Reply

    I agree that you would want to consider if a hazardous waste service is properly registered by the state. Finding out if they are properly registered would help ensure that they are qualified and experienced. My brother wants to find a waste service, so he’ll have to see if they are properly registered.

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