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  • ...o developing countries. He has written numerous articles on the subject of waste trade, some of which can be found at the BAN Web site: http://www.ban.org. ...pect to the international community's timely decision to ban the export of hazardous wastes from developed to developing countries. Today, due to this global ef
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  • RESOLUTION on hazardous waste ...problem of hazardous waste generation and transboundary movements of such waste,
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  • ...itiated in response to numerous international scandals regarding hazardous waste trafficking that began to occur in the late 1980s. The Convention entered i ...NVTEXT_-_English.pdf The Basel Convention on the Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal - English (PDF)]
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  • ...xt I/22|Text I/22]] (Requesting Developing Countries to Prohibit Import of Hazardous Wastes from Industrialized Countries)<br/> [[Decision II/12|Text II/12]] (Banning Exports of Hazardous Wastes from OECD to non-OECD Countries)<br/>
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  • ...the aims of the Basel Convention to reduce to a minimum the generation of hazardous wastes and other wastes, to ensure that whatever is produced is disposed of ...mer which required ACP States to prohibit the direct or indirect import of hazardous wastes into their territory from the European Community or from any other c
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  • :Toxic waste is the … ==E-waste Management==
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  • ...the Basel Convention, a request was made for the prohibition of hazardous waste shipments from industrialized countries to developing countries; ...already commenced its work on the development of lists of wastes which are hazardous and wastes which are not subject to the Convention;
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  • ...the Basel Convention, a request was made for the prohibition of hazardous waste shipments from industrialized countries to developing countries; ...already commenced its work on the development of lists of wastes which are hazardous and wastes which are not subject to the Convention;
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  • ...onvention, and, in particular, its Article 4, the Parties will consider as hazardous wastes, in accordance with Article 1 (1 (a)), those wastes included in Anne ...does not preclude the use of Annex III to demonstrate that a waste is not hazardous".
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  • '''BAN Intervention on the e-Waste Guideline and Repair Loophole''' ...things are broken, non-functional or untested – they are to be considered waste.
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  • ...n, was denounced as an instrument that served more to legitimize hazardous waste trade rather than to prohibit what many felt was a criminal activity. The A ...n decision effectively banned as of 1 January 1998, all forms of hazardous waste exports from the 29 wealthiest most industrialized countries of the Organiz
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  • ...f hazardous waste (used & broken CRTs), and charged with sending hazardous waste to an unpermitted location. ...y (EPA), or an authorized state, to treat, store, and dispose of hazardous waste;
    6 KB (915 words) - 14:18, 16 November 2015
  • XI.E.3 Waste Management Policy ...ements or arrangements concerning the transboundary movements of hazardous waste. In reaction, I would like to make the following observations.
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  • Hazardous Waste Definitions<br/> Background on Basel Hazardous Waste Definitions<br/>
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  • ...result of this landmark accord, the world now knows that dumping hazardous waste on weaker economies is a shameful act. ...much pressure is placed upon them bilaterally to accept another country’s waste, the world stands in solidarity with them that such bullying is not going t
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  • ...rnmental charitable organization]] working to combat the export of [[toxic waste]], toxic technology and toxic products from [[Developed country|industriali ...that they follow all national and international laws concerning electronic waste and its proper disposal, which includes the ban of to exporting, [[Environm
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  • a. knowingly transporting and causing to be transported hazardous waste, dispose of hazardous waste;
    4 KB (490 words) - 13:21, 16 November 2015
  • '''CIEL/IPEN Canada waste dump intervention''' ...ollected from households” is as much a part of the Convention as hazardous waste, and is subject to the prior informed consent procedure and rules on illega
    3 KB (407 words) - 22:51, 28 July 2015
  • ...l Centres for Training and Technology Transfer regarding the management of hazardous wastes and other wastes and the minimization of their generation (Decision (d) Illegal traffic in hazardous wastes and other wastes (Decision III/5);
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  • ==Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal (1989)== Allen, Mark E., Slowing Europe's hazardous waste trade: implementing the Basel convention into European Union law, 6 Colorad
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  • ...chive.ban.org/ban_news/india_pushes.html India Pushes for Changes on Basel Waste Trade Rules - 17 December 1999] ...ttp://archive.ban.org/ban_news/metals2.html Metals Recyclers Welcome Basel Waste Declaration - 17 December 1999]
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