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Jerome M. Washo

Jerome M. Washo

Director of Operations
Certified Hazardous Materials Manager
Training and Certifications

Certified Hazardous Materials Manager #12264 (Master Level), Registered Environmental Manager # 11335, 
40 hour HAZWOPER (29 CFR 1910.120), current 8 hour HAZWOPER Refresher 
8 hour HAZMAT Manager and Supervisor, DOT HM126/HM181, Lion Technology Hazardous Waste Training, JJ Keller DOT Certification, ISO 14001 Lead Auditor (5 day) - Advanced Environmental Management Systems Auditor Course accredited by ANSI-RAB National Accreditation Program 
Dale Carnegie Course (8 week)


Director of Operations - Resource Environmental Management, Inc.  Provide direction for Operations and Market Development by creating systems of efficiency and by proactively seeking the best solutions for Resource Management, recycling, solid and hazardous waste within the guidelines of EPA, DOT, OSHA, state agencies and customer policy.

Director of Operations - Haz-Waste, Inc.

Coordinate and implement operating and technical practices for Resource Management, solid and hazardous waste. 

General Manager of a Part-B permitted Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facility (TSDF)

Successfully developed a staff including labor, technical (laboratory), and administrative support. Enhanced the Part-B permit by adding waste codes and services to attract a broader scope of the waste industry. Responsible for all aspects of compliance for the TSDF including permit rewrites, permit modifications, quarterly and biennial reporting, facility inspections from federal and state authorities, and day-to-day activities. 

Technical Services Manager for a TSDF
Responsible for approving waste for the facility and facilitating its disposition within the United States and Canada. 

Lab Pack Chemist and Technical Supervisor 
Developed an expanded knowledge of lab packs. This understanding included estimating costs for lab clean-outs and inventorying and packaging the material within the guidelines of EPA, DOT and the destination facilities lab pack protocols. The lab pack team specialized in identifying and handling reactive reagent chemicals (e.g. picric acid, outdated ether, red and white phosphorous). Participated in remediation projects ranging from tank pulls to Superfund work requiring Level-A and Level-B protection.


King's College, Wilkes-Barre, PA, B.S. Biology (Chemistry), 1987