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CHEMICALS AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

This page was updated on: 01/13/10

 

2009

 

Chemicals and Waste Management Key Publications and Online Resources Archives: 2010; 2008; 2007

THE REACH BASELINE STUDY: A TOOL TO MONITOR THE NEW EU POLICY ON CHEMICALS – REACH
(EC, 2009)
This baseline study includes three indicator groups to monitor the implementation of the EU’s Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction (REACH) process, including: administrative indications; the risk & quality indicator system; and supplementary indicators. The study.

“FROM RIDGE TO REEF” WATER, ENVIRONMENT, AND COMMUNITY SECURITY: GEF ACTION ON TRANSBOUNDARY WATER RESOURCES
(GEF, March 2009)
This publication explores the Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) work on International Waters projects. The GEF has supported regional collaborative efforts for 22 transboundary surface water basins, 16 large marine ecosystems, and 5 cross-border groundwater systems. The publication.

ASSESSMENT OF EXCESS MERCURY IN ASIA, 2010-2050
(UNEP, 2008)
The UNEP Chemicals Mercury Programme has released this report, which presents the facts and basis for governments in the Asian region to make an informed choice on options to take in managing excess mercury supply in Asia for the next 40 years. UNEP Chemicals has also requested comments on the report, which should be sent to: mercury@chemicals.unep.ch. The report.

STOCKHOLM CONVENTION TRAINING TOOL ON THE TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT (ESM) OF POPS WASTES
(Stockholm Convention Secretariat, 2009)

This electronic Training Tool provides information on the technical guidelines on POPs wastes in a simple and interactive manner. The target audience are persons involved in the management of POPs wastes that already have a basic knowledge on the subject. These include handlers of hazardous chemical waste, treatment and destruction industries, owners of POPs wastes, relevant Government regulators and trainers on hazardous waste management. The training tool is available in English, French and Spanish.
The resource.

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