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Monitoring imports of ozone-depleting substances a guidebook : recommendations based on ODS monitoring and control systems in OCSONET/SEAP countries by

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Published by UNEP IE OzonAction Programme in Paris, France .
Written in English


  • Ozone layer depletion -- Law and legislation,
  • Air -- Pollution -- Law and legislation,
  • Ozone-depleting substances -- Management,
  • Air quality management -- International cooperation

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Edition Notes

ContributionsOzonAction Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, Stockholm Environment Institute
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16853931M
ISBN 109280716220

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draft monitoring and evaluation work programme. The process could be expedited by using the Regulations to Control Ozone Depleting Substances: a Guide Book () as a background document, and carrying out several case studies which may yield further information on how the legislation process has evolved as well as on sustainability issues;. Hazardous aspects of ozone depleting substances are controlled by the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act [New Zealand Legislation website]. Reducing ozone depleting substances New Zealand is a signatory to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer which sets targets for reducing the production and consumption. MONITORING The methodology shall establish procedures for monitoring the chemical composition and quantity of the ODS destroyed by the project. Where projects destroying ODS contained in products or mixed with other substances are eligible under the methodology, the methodology shall establish procedures for monitoring the mass ofFile Size: KB. Executive Committee recommended that the Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer consults the document entitled “Regulations to Control Ozone Depleting Substances: a Guide Book ()” to help deciding on the opportunity and necessity of an evaluation of the legislation and quotas as suggested in the draft evaluation work programme for

1. To express appreciation to the Multilateral Fund, UNEP and the Stockholm Environmental Institute for the useful information on the problems and possibilities of using customs codes for tracking imports of ozone-depleting substances (ODS) contained in the book Monitoring Imports of Ozone-Depleting Substances: A Guidebook; 2. What are ozone depleting substances? 5 How are ODS released into the Stratosphere 5 When will the ozone layer recover? 6 The effects of ozone layer depletion on human 6 health and the environment 2. Uses Of Ozone Depleting Substances The common uses of ODS 8 3. International Response Ozone Depleting Substance Guidelines Program Guidance for Use of Ozone Depleting Substances Fisher Scientific. Guidance for Use of Ozone Depleting Substances Program Park Lane. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Phone • Fax Table of Contents Ozone Depleting Substance Guidelines 2. The Montreal Protocol’s Multilateral Fund is often hailed as a key component of strategies aimed at reducing the amount of ozone-depleting substances in the lessdeveloped countries.

the Montreal Protocol Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) phase-out activities. Since ratification, the Government has formulated policies and strategies to restrict and limit the use of ODS, and it closely monitors the importation and consumption of controlled substances. It also promotes the use of non-ODS. The Montreal Protocol has been both groundbreaking and complex for a number of reasons. One of its most important features is the dynamic process in which the controlling of all ozone-depleting substances is based on the latest scientific, technological and economic information. Another is its focusFile Size: KB. tion of ozone-depleting substances as well as assistance with the incremental costs of com- pliance (Matsui ). In some cases, Article 5 parties (including Jordan and other.   Phase-out Schedule for INDIA as per Montreal Protocol Ozone-depleting substance Total Phase-out by CFCs Halons HBFCs CTC Methyl Chloroform Methyl Bromide HCFCs Monitoring Most developing countries do not produce ODS and are completely dependent on ODS imports.