Publish Date: 2017
Transfer Station Management eCourse
The Transfer Station Management (TMS) course addresses factors in planning, design, operation and management of a transfer station. You will learn how a well-planned, designed and operated transfer station provides advantages and flexibility to a waste management system. Discussion of how effective communication with the public and regulators helps mitigate challenges in planning and operating a transfer station, and how planning and design affect construction and operation.
Who Should Attend
Solid Waste directors/supervisors, Transfer Station managers, developers, and consulting engineers will benefit from this course.
After completing this course, learners should be able to:
Understand and discuss the steps, factors, local requirements in site selection and development and conceptual design
Describe site specific characteristics such as building design, peak flows, waste processing and hauling technologies
Implement procedures in protecting transfer station property, identifying problematic waste and compliance requirements
Minimize risk to personnel, maintain and properly use diverse equipment
Understand regulatory compliance requirements and develop a comprehensive recordkeeping program are incorporated
Employ proactive communication with employers, customers, and general public
The course serves as preparation for the Transfer Station Management certification exam and as a standalone course.
SWANA Certified Instructors:
Joe Williams, Principal, Common Sense Consulting, Franklin, Tennessee
Josephine Valencia, Assistant Director-Solid Waste Management, City of San Antonio, Texas
Purchase of eCourse includes:
Immediate access to 8 video recordings and 14 PDFs.
A print version of the manual shipped within 2 weeks
30 CEUs upon completion of eCourse
Purchase of this eCourse does not include the Transfer Station Management Certification Exam.
ATTENTION: File download is 431 MB. Course recording total running time is 10h57m24s.