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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: 1064968.4 - https://www.unicef.org/kenya/s...break-what-parents-should-know
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Also a new disposal site was created in an environmentally friendly way. (...) To avoid negative impacts of these disposals to human and environment, thermal power plants use landfill to dispose their ash waste and carrying out biological restoration in around landfill sites. (...) Residents of gher district dispose ashes and waste water directly in the streets, especially in winter time.
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Score: 1062196.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...onalReports/mongolia/waste.pdf
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To encourage people around the region to wear masks, UNICEF has just launched a campaign featuring children and influencers to engage the public to wear masks and highlight how to properly use them and dispose of them safely. Join us in reminding your friends and family to always wear masks in public places.
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Score: 1056254.7 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/maskup
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Page 44 - 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 44 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 44 7. (...) There are several sectors in e-waste management that establish processes and management mechanisms to properly manage this type of waste. They usually provide assistance on specific policy guidelines or regulatory frameworks.
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Score: 1054145 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page44.html
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Marine plastic litter originates primarily on land, mostly from single-use plastics and plastic packaging waste that are not properly collected, managed, processed and disposed of through effective waste management systems. (...) The paper , “Addressing the challenge of Marine Plastic Litter using Circular Economy methods” , discusses how circular economy practices could be applied through the product design, production, use, end-of-first-life and disposal stages to short-lived and fast-moving plastic products and packaging.
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Score: 1054145 - https://www.unido.org/news/uni...using-circular-economy-methods
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UNDA Project 1819AE: Albania - Medical waste management | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Environment Policy Environmental Performance Reviews More options Environmental Performance Reviews Environmental Policy Environmental Performance Reviews About Read more History Review process Impact of EPRs Croatia: Package of measures to raise awareness of cleaner transport presented Evaluations EPRs & SDGs EPR & gender Ongoing reviews Reviewed countries Expert Group Peer learning Meetings and Events Publications Videos 2020 2019 2017 2016 2015 UNDA Project Contact EPR Unit UNDA Project 1819AE: Albania - Medical waste management Medical waste must be treated and disposed of in a proper manner, given that improper management of such waste has numerous health impacts on the community and people working in healthcare facilities, as well as the environment. (...) The overall objective of UNECE support is to protect human health in Albania, with more specific objectives and recommendations which include: guiding medical waste producers to properly manage and handle their waste; encouraging the monitoring of medical waste management activities and controlling of medical waste management in order to meet environmental obligations; and providing an updated legal framework for the management of medical waste. Given the limitations of the legal system regarding medical waste management, a robust legal framework was proposed, from establishing requirements aimed at controlling medical waste management; developing a methodology for the management of medical waste and of residuals after treatment; developing a structure for the annual reporting on medical waste generation, disposal and incineration by medical waste producers to the relevant ministries and the Institute of Statistics.
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Score: 1054145 - https://unece.org/environment-...t-1819ae-albania-medical-waste
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Khounpaseuth A nurse washes her hands after disposing infectious waste at the Children’s Hospital. © Credits CCEH Dr Phonepaseuth Ounaphom, Director-General of Department of Hygiene and Health Promotion, hands over cleaning and disinfection solutions to Dr Phonedavanh Donsavanh, Deputy Director Children’s Hospital. © Credits The WHO team regularly inspects the waste management system to ensure that it is functioning well. © Credits Deputy Director of the Children’s Hospital Dr Phonedavanh Donsavanh explaining about waste separation and recycling activities. © Credits Hospital staff were taught to separate the infectious medical waste for proper management and disposal. © Credits Water tanks were installed to ensure that the hospital staff have access to safe and clean water. © Credits © WHO / S. (...) Although the hospital has previously installed water tanks, handwashing stations, and waste disposal management, additional investments were made during the pandemic, with new water tanks and hand gel dispensers installed at the entrances to patients’ rooms for easy access. (...) Hospital staff were taught to separate the infectious medical waste for proper management and disposal. Deputy Director of the Children’s Hospital Dr Phonedavanh Donsavanh explaining about waste separation and recycling activities.
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Score: 1053161 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...s-during-the-covid-19-pandemic
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(Source:http://www.who.int/ipcs/publications/cicad/en/cicad50.pdf) According to a report submitted to the OSPAR Commission, in the United Kingdom, annually 7.41 tonnes of mercury from dental amalgam are discharged to the sewer, atmosphere or land, with another 11.5 tonnes sent for recycling or disposed with the clinical waste stream. Together, mercury contained in dental amalgam and in laboratory and medical devices, account for about 53% of the total mercury emissions. (...) Inadequate cleaning and disposal may expose already compromised patients and health-care staff to potentially dangerous exposures. 4 – Alternatives A recent study found that at least one manufacturer of the non-mercury alternative was identified where the cost differences between mercury and non-mercury technologies were minimal. (...) Promote the principles of environmentally sound management of health-care waste containing mercury, as set out in the UN Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal. Support the allocation of human and financial resources to ensure procurement of mercury free alternatives and a sound management of health-care waste containing mercury.
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Score: 1051845.5 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ums/forum5/mercurypolpaper.pdf
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Incinerators for the disposal of some hazardous wastes are not available in Ghana. (...) The EPA currently has a procedure for the disposal or destruction of unwanted or obsolete hazardous wastes. (...) The EPA has determined that the benefits provided by these pesticides outweigh the risks as long as they are properly handled, applied, and disposed. Knowledge and prevention are the keys to avoiding accidents and unwanted exposures.
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Score: 1050324.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...nalReports/ghana/Chemicals.pdf
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We thank President Da Silva Bravo for the speed and diligence with which she took up her office as President and the speed with which she disposed these cases. Let me voice to President Da Silva Bravo, the support of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to her as President of the UN Dispute Tribunal. We support her efforts to implement a backlog disposal plan and that we stand ready to support her in any way she deems necessary. (...) This should not be a problem as this information has been provided to the Fifth Committee, and to report on the implementation of the backlog disposal plan; 5 (III) Request President Da Silva Bravo to report to the General Assembly, through the Internal Justice Council, on the progress of work and anything that impedes her work as President, every three months; (IV) A procedure to prematurely end the mandated term in office of a duly elected President of both Tribunals (V) Amend the Code of Conduct of Judges as to include an oath of office for judges.
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Score: 1049948.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...min_of_justice/netherlands.pdf
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