Intoduction to Waste Management & Pollution Control

Start Date End Date Duration Location
May 23, 2021 May 24, 2021 2 cairo
May 23, 2021 May 24, 2021 2 cairo

Objectives:

This Course provides participants with in-depth understanding of the basic concepts of Waste and Waste Management

    Outlines:

    • Introduction
    • Definitions
    • Objectives
    • Pollution Prevention road map
    • Prescriptive approach vs. Descriptive approach
    • Environmental Management System (EMS)
    • How the extent of waste elimination depends on the economics of alternatives
    • ISO 14001
    • Identification
    • Area of coverage
    • Wastes in area operation
    • Characterization
    • Regulated waste material
    • Ignitability
    • Corrosively
    • Reactivity
    • Toxicity
    • Environmental sensitivity
    • Categorization and ranking
    • Inventorisation
    • Criteria
    • Waste inventory database
    • Updating the inventory
    • Atmospheric emissions mass& energy balances
    • Aqueous discharges
    • Disposed to land
    • Minimization
    • Treatment and disposal
    • Secure landfills
    • Land farming
    • Incineration
    • Deep well disposal
    • Annular injection of mud’s and cuttings
    • Handling and reporting
    • Integrated waste management plans
    • EP wastes of special interest
    • Produced water
    • Drilling mud waste
    • Drill cuttings
    • Environmental impact assessment (EIA)
    • Contingency planning
    • Auditing
    • Attachment
    • Typical wastes, main components and environmentally significant constituents from E&P activities
    • Current and future trends for standards effluent criteria for special waste facilities
    • Points to be considered for waste minimization
    • Secure landfill requirements
    • Examples of options for special wastes minimization and disposal
    • Checklist of E&P Forum - Interim guidelines for the planning of down hole injection programs for oil-based mud wastes and associated cuttings from onshore wells