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Canada's Draft National Implementation Plan Under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants - May 2005

Part I - Canada's Draft National Implementation Plan for the Stockholm Convention

Part II - Canada's Draft National Action Plan on Unintentionally Produced Persistent Organic Pollutants (NAP)

Table of Contents

Part I - Canada's Draft National Implementation Plan for the Stockholm Convention

Preface

  1. Introduction
  2. Canada and POPS
  3. Measures to Reduce or Eliminate Releases from Intentional Production and Use
  4. Register of Specific Exemptions and Chemicals Subject to Restricted Use
  5. Measures to Reduce Total Releases from Unintentional Production
  6. Measures to Identify and Manage Stockpiles and Wastes
  7. Supporting Activities
  8. Other Commitments
  9. Summary and Report on NIP Consultations

Part II - Canada's Draft National Action Plan on Unintentionally Produced Persistent Organic Pollutants (NAP)

  1. Introduction
  2. Background
  3. Releases of Unintentionally Produced POPS in Canada
  4. Laws and Policies
  5. Strategies to Reduce Releases
  6. Use of Best Available Techniques and Best Environmental Practices
  7. Use of Substitute or Modified Materials, Products and Processes
  8. Education, Training and Awareness Building
  9. Implementation Schedule and Strategy Review
  10. Conclusions
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