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  • 25-June-2004


    Emission Scenario Documents on Leather Processing

    This ESD covers the Industry Category 7 – leather processing industry. It describes the processes of the life cycle stage “industrial use” and the emission estimations to local surface waters. The stages “service life of article” and “disposal” are not covered and need to be added at a later date.

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  • 29-March-2004

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    Guidance Document on Reporting Summary Information on Environmental, Occupational and Consumer Exposure

    Guidance on reporting summary information on environmental, occupational and consumer exposure

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  • 21-March-2004


    Guidance Document on the Use of Multimedia Models for Estimating Overall Environmental Persistance and Long-Range Transport

    This Guidance Document is addressed to those who are involved in risk assessment and management of chemicals called POPs (Persistant Organic Pollutants) or PBTs (Persistant and bio-accumulating toxics). It is about using mulimedia models, i.e. generic evaluative models that can calculate overall environmental persistence and potential for long-range transport coveing muliple comparments such as air, water, sediment and soil: what

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  • 10-August-2001


    Introduction to Emission Scenario Documents

    Emission scenario documents (ESDs) are documents that describe a set of conditions about sources, pathways, production processes and use patterns that quantify the emissions (or releases) of a chemical from production, processing, private use (or...

  • 17-August-2000


    Guidance Document on Emission Scenario Documents

    This Guidance Document intends to provide an introduction to Emission Scenario Documents (ESDs) and thereby, to facilitate their development and use in Member countries and at the OECD level. It is also expected that this Guidance Document could ...

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  • 31-janvier-1991


    Décision-Recommandation du Conseil relative à l'examen en coopération des produits chimiques existants et à la réduction des risques liés à ces produits [C(90)163/FINAL]

    Décide que les pays membres examinent en coopération les substances chimiques produites en grandes quantités afin d'identifier celles qui pourraient présenter un danger pour l'environnement et/ou la santé du public ou celle des travailleurs.

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