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As we consume more and more, managing our waste through disposal or recycling becomes an ever more pressing issue. (...) On the other hand, when it’s properly managed, waste can represent an opportunity. (...) It might seem like certain everyday words such as ‘waste’, ‘material’, ‘discard’, ‘dispose’, ‘recycle’ and ‘collect’ are easy to understand.
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Score: 1126971.3 - https://unece.org/circular-eco...istics-helps-countries-measure
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Share New global partnership aids countries to tackle increasing e-waste challenges ITU, UNU and ISWA work together to ensure responsible management of fastest growing waste type ICT for Sustainable Development Geneva, 12 July 2017 ITU-GS-MR-MainContent As digital and tech devices become more available worldwide, their responsible disposal is becoming a challenge for many countries. (...) Used, broken, or obsolete equipment, such as mobile phones, laptops, televisions and batteries contain substances that pose considerable environmental and health risks, especially if not disposed of properly. Most e-waste is not properly documented and not treated through appropriate recycling chains and methods.
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Score: 1126971.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/mediacentre/Pages/2017-PR32.aspx
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If masks are worn, they must be used and disposed of properly to ensure their effectiveness and to avoid any increased risk of transmitting the virus.  (...) While traveling, all parents should follow standard hygiene measures for themselves and their children: Wash hands frequently or use an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60 per cent alcohol, practice good respiratory hygiene (cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze and immediately dispose of the used tissue) and avoid close contact with anyone who is coughing or sneezing. In addition, it is recommended that parents always carry a hand sanitizer, pack of disposable tissues, and disinfecting wipes. Additional recommendations include: Clean your seat, armrest, touchscreen, etc. with a disinfecting wipe once inside an aircraft or other vehicle.
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Score: 1126465.2 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodi...id-19-what-parents-should-know
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If masks are worn, they must be used and disposed of properly to ensure their effectiveness and to avoid any increased risk of transmitting the virus.  (...) While traveling, all parents should follow standard hygiene measures for themselves and their children: Wash hands frequently or use an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60 per cent alcohol, practice good respiratory hygiene (cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze and immediately dispose of the used tissue) and avoid close contact with anyone who is coughing or sneezing. In addition, it is recommended that parents always carry a hand sanitizer, pack of disposable tissues, and disinfecting wipes. Additional recommendations include: Clean your seat, armrest, touchscreen, etc. with a disinfecting wipe once inside an aircraft or other vehicle.
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Score: 1126465.2 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...id-19-what-parents-should-know
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Here are four precautions you and your family can take to avoid infection: Wash your hands frequently using soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub Cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing. Dispose of used tissue immediately Avoid close contact with anyone who has cold or flu-like symptoms Seek medical care early if you or your child has a fever, cough or difficulty breathing What is the best way to wash hands properly? (...) If masks are worn, they must be used and disposed of properly to ensure their effectiveness and to avoid any increased risk of transmitting the virus.  (...) In addition, it is recommended that parents always carry a hand sanitizer, pack of disposable tissues, and disinfecting wipes. Additional recommendations include: Clean your seat, armrest, touchscreen, etc. with a disinfecting wipe once inside an aircraft or other vehicle.
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Score: 1126212.3 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...id-19-what-parents-should-know
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Research has demonstrated that properly packaged good-quality condoms stored at average temperatures in tropical climates do not deteriorate during storage. (...) Damaged or expired condoms should be kept sepa- rately and disposed of in accordance with local proce- dures for the disposal of damaged medical devices.
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Score: 1123250.8 - https://www.who.int/rhem/prequ...tion/9789241599900_eng_ch8.pdf
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Therefore, the issue of their disposal is taken very seriously all over the world. (...) All medical waste must be disposed of responsibly, even if it is not considered particularly hazardous. In order to reduce the risks of human infection, the spread of infections and the emergence of epidemics, it is important to properly sort and dispose of medical waste. Medical personnel are advised to use a specially designed video course, which details the categories of medical waste and how they are disposed of.
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Score: 1121971.4 - https://www.undp.org/kyrgyzsta...important-dispose-it-correctly
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Detailed Working guides on Asset Disposal; Site Closure; Administration, Records & Archiving, Human Resources A. (...) UN field missions must take due care of the environment they operate in and remove or properly dispose of all residual waste on an ongoing basis, which is part of their environmental performance management through the MEAP and reported to Member States annually through the budget performance reports, including the indicator on the environmental scorecard. 3. (...) Waste from explosive ordinance dumps or sites likely to contain similar waste (e.g. disarmament sites or firing ranges) will be disposed of by qualified military explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) personnel or a properly qualified contractor.
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Score: 1118995 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...ip_on_field_entity_closure.pdf
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Waste disposal is a critical issue for the environment and public health. (...) Residential solid waste constitutes a sizable share of this municipal waste, and therefore we need to dispose of it properly. According to Diriba & Xiang-Zhou (2021), households contribute 76% of municipal waste. (...) The size of the generated waste could also affect a household’s decision on whether to dispose of it in the assigned transfer stations or to practice improper disposal.
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Score: 1118461.1 - https://www.undp.org/ethiopia/...trasting-locations-addis-ababa
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Recommended practices - Roads must be properly maintained at all times, and this is especially important when they are being used for transport operations involving heavy trucks. (...) Roads that are to be used during the rainy season should be properly drained and provided with a rock base and a surface of gravel or other durable material. (...) Bark and other debris should be periodically cleared away and moved to a disposal site from where it cannot enter the stream.
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Score: 1115198.8 - https://www.fao.org/3/v6530e/V6530E0b.htm
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