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Eleventh meeting of the Basel Convention Implementation and Compliance Committee

The Committee, which met 22-24 September in Geneva, considered 13 specific submissions, general issues of implementation and compliance, and its draft … [Read More...]

Groups say Philippines’ govt too lenient with toxic waste dumping

Groups say Philippines’ govt too lenient with toxic waste dumping

Environmental and public health groups slammed the government’s plan to allow the “illegal” disposal in the Philippines of 50 container vans of … [Read More...]

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Two Workshops Build Capacity for Stopping Illegal Waste Shipments in Ghana

The International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE) convened two Workshops on Controlling Environmentally Regulated … [Read More...]

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Highlights Open-ended Working Group of the Basel Convention

The ninth meeting of the Open-ended Working Group (OEWG-9) of the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and … [Read More...]

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Exporters consider legal action against waste shipment rules

4 August 2014 | By Chiara Francavilla  (MRW) - Exporters are considering mounting a legal challenge over some European waste shipment rules on the … [Read More...]

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Report of ENFORCE Conference Call Meeting Available

On 25 June, the Environmental Network for Optimizing Regulatory Compliance on Illegal Traffic (ENFORCE) held a conference call to disuss the … [Read More...]

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Latest IMPEL report published: European countries continue to tackle illegal waste shipments together

Regulatory authorities from 30 European countries have joined forces to combat illegal waste shipments. Over 22,000 shipments were checked during 2012 … [Read More...]

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The geography of the global electronic waste (‘e-waste’) burden

"Tracking the Global Generation and Exports of e-Waste. Do Existing Estimates Add up?" Environmental Science & Technology - 23 July 2014 As … [Read More...]

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Electronic Companies and Pollution Boards in India Flout E-waste rules: Report

E-waste rules in India have been in force since May 2012. Have the producers, the key stakeholders responsible for implementing the rules, done what … [Read More...]

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New Sentencing Regime in force for Waste Crimes in England and Wales

Judges and magistrates in England and Wales have be handing out tougher sentences for individuals and companies involved with illegal waste handling, … [Read More...]

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Latest IMPEL report published: European countries continue to tackle illegal waste shipments together

Regulatory authorities from 30 European countries have joined forces to combat illegal waste shipments. Over 22,000 shipments were checked during 2012 … [Read More...]

INTERPOL launches Project Eden to target illegal waste

INTERPOL launches Project Eden to target illegal waste

NAIROBI, Kenya – INTERPOL’s Project Eden, targeting the illegal trade and disposal of waste, has been officially launched during  the INTERPOL … [Read More...]

Launch of the CWIT Project

Launch of the CWIT Project

Brussels, 22 October 2013 - An international consortium of seven organisations has launched a new project, ‘Countering WEEE Illegal Trade’ (CWIT), … [Read More...]

E-waste Africa Project

E-waste Africa Project

The project “Building local capacity to address the flow of e-wastes and electrical and electronic products for reuse in selected African countries … [Read More...]

IMPEL TFS Enforcement Actions Project

IMPEL TFS Enforcement Actions Project

The European Waste Shipment Regulation (1013/2006/EC) requires Member States to inspect shipments of waste and to co-operate with each other. The … [Read More...]

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