The basic qualitative indicator Hazardous Waste refers to the existence of regulations controlling hazardous waste. The presence of regulations themselves should also promote environmentally sound management of hazardous waste. Amounts and rates of generation of hazardous waste are the main quantitative indicators. To assess a country’s hazardous...
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Special Event on Possible Introduction of Recycling Certification in Asia at Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) Sub-regional training workshop on building capacity to deal with the illegal shipments of e-waste and near-end-of-life electronics
Implications from “Research Project to Examine the Possibility to Introduce Recycling Certification in Asia” to an International Framework/Guideline of ESM
First meeting of the Technical Expert Group (TEG.1) to develop a framework for the ESM of hazardous and other wastes
Trade of Second-Hand Electric and Electrical Equipments from Japan to Developing Asia: Issues, Policies and its Implication for Extended Producer Responsibility
In Extended Producer Responsibility Policy in East Asia - in Consideration of International Resource Circulation -