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In addition, municipal waste that must be disposed of should be processed properly while conducting heat recovery. (...) A 2000 revision required waste-producing businesses to handle everything up until the confirmation operations of final disposal, and, in the event that the disposal of industrial waste was not carried out properly up until the final disposal, the waste-producing business will become subject to certain required measures and orders. (...) At the same time, inappropriate disposal including illegal dumping is still observed today, and there is a need to further enhance the responsibility of waste-producing businesses and ensure that processors dispose of waste properly.
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Score: 1345031 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...rts/japan/Waste_Management.pdf
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Page 33 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 33 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 33 Peru also has enacted the Solid Waste Act No. 27314 of 2000. This law applies to activities, processes and operation management from generation to final disposal of wastes, including solid wastes, generated in the all economic sectors. (...) In addition, the National Environmental Action Plan has set a target that 100 per cent of e-waste should be recycled and properly disposed of from 2011 to 2021. (Ministry of Environment of Peru, 2014) 4.9 Uruguay In Uruguay, there are no unified regulations on e-waste; however, the country has general regulations on waste and environmental protection that are used to cover possible loopholes related to e-waste management.
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Score: 1272101.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page33.html
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First Aid, precautions and storage disposal are written in 3 languages in English, Hindi, and Fijian with FAO colour band & pictogram. (...) In addition to this, a National Air Pollution Control Strategy and the incorporation of the Air Pollution Permit System under the Waste Disposal and Recycling Regulations were formulated in 2007, and are currently enforced, targeting all commercial and industrial facilities. (...) The Department of Environment have also worked with institutions, communities, business, hospitals schools etc for the disposal of obsolete chemicals. This is a challenge due to the absence of disposal facilities in Fiji.
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Score: 1266161.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...onalReports/fiji/Chemicals.pdf
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Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; FAO.org 中文 english français Español 抵御能力 背景 工作领域 区域方法 Global Network 新闻与活动 多媒体 资源 News From the field Highlights Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health Tags : EGYPT , NORTHERN AFRICA , ECTAD , POULTRY , ANIMAL DISEASE , ANIMAL DISEASE , LIVESTOCK , RESOURCE PARTNERS , UNITED STATES , 07/02/2022 An experimental initiative to reduce hazardous dumping of poultry in Egypt aims to show farmers the business advantages of disposing safely of dead birds. Dead poultry pose a major risk for pathogen transmission, particularly when they are not properly disposed of. In Egypt , back-of-the-envelope calculations indicate that mid-size broiler farmers throw some 29 million chickens annually into the Nile River or other waterways, which creates major health threats as water from the Nile is used for both irrigation and drinking. (...) Do they advise farmers on proper methods of dead bird disposal? Do farmers eventually properly dispose of their dead birds?
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Score: 1259910.2 - https://www.fao.org/resilience...ws-events/detail/zh/c/1471338/
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All decisions are documented in official retention schedules. DISPOSING OF INFORMATION, DOCUMENTS, AND RECORDS You may dispose of information and documents when you no longer need them. (...) Destruction is the act of disposing of records permanently by obliterating records so that the information in them can no longer be physically or electronically reconstructed or recovered. (...) Effective records management depends following formally approved retention schedules and then keeping records systems up to date so all records are safely stored and all non-records are disposed of appropriately. Contact the records professionals at UN ARMS for guidance on developing or applying re- tention schedules and for advice on when and how to dispose of information, documents, and records. https://archives.un.org/ mailto:https://archives.un.org/?
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Score: 1248200 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...anaging_records_day_to_day.pdf
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Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; FAO.org english français Español Resilience Background Areas of work Regional approach Global Network News & Events Multimedia Resources News From the field Highlights Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health Tags : EGYPT , NORTHERN AFRICA , ECTAD , POULTRY , ANIMAL DISEASE , ANIMAL DISEASE , LIVESTOCK , RESOURCE PARTNERS , UNITED STATES , 07/02/2022 An experimental initiative to reduce hazardous dumping of poultry in Egypt aims to show farmers the business advantages of disposing safely of dead birds. Dead poultry pose a major risk for pathogen transmission, particularly when they are not properly disposed of. In Egypt , back-of-the-envelope calculations indicate that mid-size broiler farmers throw some 29 million chickens annually into the Nile River or other waterways, which creates major health threats as water from the Nile is used for both irrigation and drinking. (...) Do they advise farmers on proper methods of dead bird disposal? Do farmers eventually properly dispose of their dead birds?
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Score: 1245282.7 - https://www.fao.org/resilience...ws-events/detail/en/c/1471338/
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Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; FAO.org english français Español La résilience Contexte Domaines de travail Approche régionale Réseau mondial Actualités et événements Multimédia Ressources Actualités Du terrain Points saillants Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health Tags : EGYPT , NORTHERN AFRICA , ECTAD , POULTRY , ANIMAL DISEASE , ANIMAL DISEASE , LIVESTOCK , RESOURCE PARTNERS , UNITED STATES , 07/02/2022 An experimental initiative to reduce hazardous dumping of poultry in Egypt aims to show farmers the business advantages of disposing safely of dead birds. Dead poultry pose a major risk for pathogen transmission, particularly when they are not properly disposed of. In Egypt , back-of-the-envelope calculations indicate that mid-size broiler farmers throw some 29 million chickens annually into the Nile River or other waterways, which creates major health threats as water from the Nile is used for both irrigation and drinking. (...) Do they advise farmers on proper methods of dead bird disposal? Do farmers eventually properly dispose of their dead birds?
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Score: 1231085.3 - https://www.fao.org/resilience.../histoire-detail/fr/c/1471338/
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Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; FAO.org english français Español La resiliencia Contexto Áreas de trabajo Enfoque regional Red mundial Noticias y eventos Multimedia Recursos Noticias Desde el campo Destacados Promoting safer poultry disposal in Egypt: Better for business and better for public health Tags : EGYPT , NORTHERN AFRICA , ECTAD , POULTRY , ANIMAL DISEASE , ANIMAL DISEASE , LIVESTOCK , RESOURCE PARTNERS , UNITED STATES , 07/02/2022 An experimental initiative to reduce hazardous dumping of poultry in Egypt aims to show farmers the business advantages of disposing safely of dead birds. Dead poultry pose a major risk for pathogen transmission, particularly when they are not properly disposed of. In Egypt , back-of-the-envelope calculations indicate that mid-size broiler farmers throw some 29 million chickens annually into the Nile River or other waterways, which creates major health threats as water from the Nile is used for both irrigation and drinking. (...) Do they advise farmers on proper methods of dead bird disposal? Do farmers eventually properly dispose of their dead birds?
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Score: 1231085.3 - https://www.fao.org/resilience...historia-detalle/es/c/1471338/
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Page 14 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 14 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 14 2. Management, treatment and final disposal of e-waste This section describes the general concepts of e-waste, its fundamental technical definitions and the main sources of its generation. (...) In 2009, Luciano Morselli defined EEE as "Any device that for functional reasons is dependent on electric currents or electro-magnetic fields in order to work properly. It becomes WEEE when its owner disposes of it, tries or needs to discard it".
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Score: 1204904.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page14.html
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Utilizes proper hand hygiene with every patient and, if it is office policy, puts on disposable gloves. (If using gloves, changes gloves for every patient.) 3. (...) Uses strategies to reduce anxiety and pain associated with injections. 12. Properly disposes of needle and syringe in “sharps” container. 13. Properly disposes of vaccine vials. 14. Monitor any allergic signs and immediately take the appropriate action if necessary.
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Score: 1192883.3 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ionskillschecklistforunhcw.pdf
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