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Page 16 - 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 16 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 16 The characteristics of each of these categories will determine the best treatment process and disposal for their respective equipment after EoL. (...) Sustainable management of e-waste The majority of the e-waste and its components are recycled or reused by formal or informal programmes, depending on the recycling capacities of the country where the e-waste is generated. If e-waste is properly managed, business opportunities can be created to meet the need for reconditioning of equipment and recovery of raw materials. (...) (ITU, 2014) E-waste is a complex mixture of hazardous and non-hazardous materials that requires specialized processes of collection, transportation, segregation, treatment and disposal. It is important to be familiar with the life cycle of EEE to understand its potential environmental impacts.
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The administrative decision will also be quashed if the Registrar has failed to observe any basic rules of natural justice or to act with procedural fairness towards the person affected by the decision, or if he has taken into account irrelevant material or failed to take into account relevant material, or if he has reached a conclusion which no sensible person who has properly applied his mind to the issue could have reached (the “unreasonableness” test). 6 CONSIDERING therefore, that a Chamber’s role is to consider the propriety of a decision of the Registrar, in reference to the principles set out above; CONSIDERING that, in accordance with Article 8 (B) of the Directive, the following means were taken into account in reaching the Registrar’s Decision: (1) the average monthly pensions of Mrksic and his spouse; (2) Mrksic’s property, notably: (i) two apartments in Belgrade; (ii) a garage; and (iii) a vehicle; 7 CONSIDERING further, that, in accordance with Article 11 of the Directive, Mrksic’s declaration of means 8 and other relevant information obtained by means of inquiry 9 were also properly taken into account by the Registrar in assessing the indigence of the accused; CONSIDERING that Mrksic has not adduced any evidence of information improperly considered by the Registrar; FINDING that the Registrar’s Decision has been adopted in compliance with Article 8 (B) and Article 11 of the Directive, which set out the process by which the Registrar determines whether an accused is entitled to have his counsel paid for by the Tribunal and, that as a result, the Registrar has properly interpreted the Directive; 10 FINDING that there is absolutely nothing submitted by Mrksic in support of the Motion to even hint that the Registrar has failed to observe any rules of natural justice and has not acted with procedural fairness towards the persons affected by the decision; FINDING that Mrksic has failed to produce evidence that he is unable to remunerate counsel as is required under Article 8 (A) of the Directive; FINDING finally, that the Registrar has not reached a conclusion which no sensible person who has properly applied his mind to the issue could have reached ; CONSIDERING that pursuant to Article 13 (B) of the Directive, a Chamber when reviewing a decision of the Registrar on partial indigence of an accused may either (i) confirm the Registrar’s decision; or (ii) rule that counsel should be assigned ; For the foregoing reasons, TRIAL CHAMBER II HEREBY CONFIRMS the Registrar’s Decision and DISMISSES the Motion.   (...) Milan Milutinovic, Dragoljub Ojdanic, Nikola Sainovic , Case No.: IT-99-37-PT73.2, Decision on Interlocutory Appeal on Motion for Additional Funds, 13 November 2003, para. 19. 4 - Article 8 (B) of the Directive provides: “In order to determine whether the suspect or accused is unable to remunerate counsel, there shall be taken into account means of all kinds of which he has direct or indirect enjoyment or freely disposes, including but not limited to direct income, bank accounts, real or personal property, pensions, and stocks, bonds, or other assets held, but excluding any family or social benefits to which he may be entitled. (...) Miroslav Kvocka, Mlado Radic, Zorna Zigic & Dragoljub Prcac , Case No. : IT-98-30/1-A, Decision on Review of Registrar’s Decision to Withdraw Legal Aid from Zoran Zigic, 7 February 2003, para. 14 (Zigic Appeals Decision). 6 - Zigic Appeals Decision, para. 13. 7 - Registrar’s Decision, p.1. 8 - See Article 7 of the Directive. 9 - See Article 10 of the Directive. 10 - Article 8 (B) of the Directive provides: “In order to determine whether the suspect or accused is unable to remunerate counsel, there shall be taken into account means of all kinds of which he has direct or indirect enjoyment or freely disposes, including but not limited to direct income, bank accounts, real or personal property, pensions, and stocks, bonds, or other assets held, but excluding any family or social benefits to which he may be entitled.
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 WT ITU 2013 Innovators  37 500 50 000 users on Gradberry website 20 000 75 000 2.5 sign language gestures recorded by Isara citizen journalists contributing to transparency through Youth Ki Awaaz 2 major telecom operators partnered with Excalibur 47 000 kg made out of waste briquettes for Takachar, equivalent to of e-waste properly disposed of by Descarte Correto tons of charcoal 21
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Around half of this waste was potentially infectious. If not handled properly, the medical waste could easily spread the coronavirus, infecting the hospital staff dealing with its management and disposal. Due to equipment shortages, hospitals were forced to increase the loads of existing disposal units, causing the devices to malfunction.  (...) On 1 April 2020, Kazem Gharib Abadi, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Iran to the United Nations and other International Organizations, sent a letter to Li Yong, the then Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), requesting assistance in developing an emergency project to support the functioning of medical waste disposal equipment. In the framework of the project, “Emergency response assistance to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease in the Islamic Republic of Iran”, supported by the China International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA) through the South-South Cooperation Assistant Fund, UNIDO has procured two sets of medical waste disposal equipment from the Chinese Chongqing Gient Heating Industry Co.
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WT ITU 2013 Innovators Brochure 21 37 500 47 000 kg 50 000 20 000 75 000 2.5 sign language gestures recorded by Isara users on Gradberry website citizen journalists contributing to transparency through Youth Ki Awaaz 2 major telecom operators partnered with Excalibur made out of waste briquettes for Takachar, equivalent to tons of charcoal of e-waste properly disposed of by Descarte Correto 
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WT ITU 2013 Innovators Brochure 21 37 500 47 000 kg 50 000 20 000 75 000 2.5 sign language gestures recorded by Isara users on Gradberry website citizen journalists contributing to transparency through Youth Ki Awaaz 2 major telecom operators partnered with Excalibur made out of waste briquettes for Takachar, equivalent to tons of charcoal of e-waste properly disposed of by Descarte Correto 
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 WT ITU 2013 Young Innovators  37 500 50 000 users on Gradberry website 20 000 75 000 2.5 sign language gestures recorded by Isara citizen journalists contributing to transparency through Youth Ki Awaaz 2 major telecom operators partnered with Excalibur 47 000 kg made out of waste briquettes for Takachar, equivalent to of e-waste properly disposed of by Descarte Correto tons of charcoal 21
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Some prohibited items, though prohibited from carriage in the cabin of an aircraft, may be transported by passengers in their hold baggage so long as the items will not endanger the aircraft, are properly packed, and are authorized for carriage by the airline operator concerned. 3. (...) Prohibited items which are legal to be carried by the public in the relevant State but could be used to commit an act of unlawful interference or would endanger the safety of the aircraft when carried in the aircraft passenger cabin should be processed in one of the following ways: · placed in the passenger’s hold baggage, unless the item would endanger the safety of the aircraft; · confiscated and subsequently properly disposed of or destroyed; · confiscated and kept in storage by the airport authorities or relevant aircraft operator for later return to the passenger; or · removed and, once properly prepared and packaged, transported in the hold of the aircraft for later return to the passenger at the ticketed destination. (...) In these circumstances individual member States may wish to include one or more of the following items in the State’s list of prohibited items which may not be carried on the person and within cabin or hold baggage, as appropriate: Corkscrews Hypodermic needles (unless documented evidence of medical need provided) Knitting needles Knives with blades less than 6 cm Metal cutlery Razor blades (This might be too prescriptive by including ‘safety and disposable types’ and should be left to the discretion of the Appropriate Authority.)
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Score: 1168023.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...sGoods/DGP19/DGP.19.IP.016.pdf
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At the start of each work shift remind contractors, site supervisors, and workers of the best practices and preventive measures on-site, in household and at community level, including safe procedures for disposal of solid wastes (e.g. tissues, and other used cleaning consumables and materials). g. (...) Awareness and Health Promotion  Contractor’s team are all trained and aware of:  What is COVID-19  Modes of Transmission  Prevention  Symptoms  Referrals  Use and disposal of PPEs (Gloves, masks, etc.)  Workers on site are all briefed and aware of:  What is COVID-19  Modes of Transmission  Prevention  Symptoms  Referrals  Use and disposal of PPEs (Gloves, masks, etc.)  Community Awareness 12  Awareness material are present in the community, accessible and visible to all.  Community awareness sessions are conducted with the support of the municipality on COVID-19 and best practices. (...)  When caring for COVID-19 infected person;  When coughing and sneezing;  When being in close contact with people (crowded public places, public transportation, etc.);  Dispose the mask when it becomes damp. How to Wear a Mask?
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At the start of each work shift remind contractors, site supervisors, and workers of the best practices and preventive measures on-site, in household and at community level, including safe procedures for disposal of solid wastes (e.g. tissues, and other used cleaning consumables and materials). g. (...) Awareness and Health Promotion  Contractor’s team are all trained and aware of:  What is COVID-19  Modes of Transmission  Prevention  Symptoms  Referrals  Use and disposal of PPEs (Gloves, masks, etc.)  Workers on site are all briefed and aware of:  What is COVID-19  Modes of Transmission  Prevention  Symptoms  Referrals  Use and disposal of PPEs (Gloves, masks, etc.)  Community Awareness 12  Awareness material are present in the community, accessible and visible to all.  Community awareness sessions are conducted with the support of the municipality on COVID-19 and best practices. (...)  When caring for COVID-19 infected person;  When coughing and sneezing;  When being in close contact with people (crowded public places, public transportation, etc.);  Dispose the mask when it becomes damp. How to Wear a Mask?
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