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ARCHIVED - Canada's National Implementation Plan under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants

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

Table of Contents

Abstract

Summary

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

Appendix A - Summary of Canada's UPOPs Sources, Releases and Management Strategies

Appendix B - Jurisdictional Initiatives on On-Site Residential Waste Combustion

Appendix C - Examples of Information Sources and Factsheets on Unintentionally Produced POPs, their sources, and/or measures to reduce releases

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