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After paragraph 3 (y), add a new paragraph 3 (z) as follows: “Footwear manufacture” means any activity of producing complete footwear or part of it. 17 In paragraph 6, replace “paragraphs 9 to 22” with “paragraphs 8 to 22”. 18. Amend table 2 as follows:3 3 Here and elsewhere in this document, amendments to tables do not affect the table notes, which remain unchanged, unless otherwise stated. 3 ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2011/2 Table 2: Suggested options for limit values for adhesive coating Suggested ELV for VOC [daily for ELVc and yearly for ELVf and total ELV] Activity and threshold Option 1 1/ Option 2 1/ Option 3 1/ Footwear manufacture (solvent consumption 5 tonnes/y) As option 3 As option 3 25 a/ g VOC / pair of shoes Other adhesive coating, except footwear; new and existing installations (solvent consumption 5–15 tonnes/y) As option 3 As option 3 ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 25 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1.2 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input Other adhesive coating, except footwear; new and existing installations (solvent consumption 15– 200 tonnes/y) ELVc = 50 mg d C/Nm3 ELVf = 10 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.6 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input ELVc = 50 mg c/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 15 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.8 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 20 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input Other adhesive coating, except footwear; new and existing installations (solvent consumption 200 tonnes/y)) ELVc = 50 mg d C/Nm3 ELVf = 10 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.6 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input ELVc = 50 mg c/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 15 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.8 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 20 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input 19.
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UNITED NATIONS MINIMUM LIST OF COMMODITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS : MEMORANDUM PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CONSIDERATION UNDER ITEM 3 OF THE PROVISIONAL AGENDA
(other than clothing and floor-coverings) 57 571 Floor Coverings 58 Clothing 581 Clothing except fur clothing 582 Fur clothing 59 591 Footwear 61 62 63 64 65 611 612 613 621 622 63.1 632 641 642 643 64~ 645 SECTION 6. - MINI!! (...) contaiDJ.ng leather or leather fibre 190 5 239 357 41-12 1-' 513 Manufacture• of leather n.e.a. 195 224 Machi:oe leather belting aDd other article• of leather for uae in •chiuery 192a, 6 292 363 42-05 exl92d , 196 225 Saddlery and bar:oeea -.ken goods 191 6 292 359a 42-01 . 197 226 Uppera, lege aDd other prepared parte of footwear or all •teria.la 260 5 241 358 64-~ 198 227 Manufacture of leather n.e.a. exl92b, 6 292 }60, 42-~ •x192d 364 ,·;,.,.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF ALL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
3 STATISTICAL PAPERS Series M NO. 4, Rev.3 INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF ALL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES, THIRD REVISION UNITED NATIONS New York, 1990
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UNECE GUIDE TO FIELD POTATO INSPECTION
Inspector hygiene: Upon completion of daily field inspection, on a farm unit, and at the end of each day, clean footwear and equipment prior to leaving the premises. (...) If wearing disposable gear, discard and replace with new gear, (i.e. Tyvek pants). Footwear and other non-disposable equipment and protective clothing, required to conduct field inspection, should be cleaned. (...) Prior to field entry: • Prior to arriving on the production unit, ensure that your vehicle has been cleaned and is relatively free of soil • If possible, park your vehicle in a location such as the side of the road or driveway, so as to avoid direct entry into the field • Carefully clean and disinfect footwear and equipment (should be performed when arriving and leaving a farm unit) • Begin with the highest class to be inspected that day on the farm unit and end with the lowest class.
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UNECE GUIDE TO SEED POTATO FIELD INSPECTION: RECOMMENDED PRACTICES
Inspector hygiene: Upon completion of daily field inspection, on a farm unit, and at the end of each day, clean footwear and equipment prior to leaving the premises. (...) If wearing disposable gear, discard and replace with new gear, (i.e. Tyvek pants). Footwear and other non-disposable equipment and protective clothing, required to conduct field inspection, should be cleaned. (...) Prior to field entry: • Prior to arriving on the production unit, ensure that your vehicle has been cleaned and is relatively free of soil • If possible, park your vehicle in a location such as the side of the road or driveway, so as to avoid direct entry into the field • Carefully clean and disinfect footwear and equipment (should be performed when arriving and leaving a farm unit) • Begin with the highest class to be inspected that day on the farm unit and end with the lowest class.
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TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL,17TH SESSION OFFICIAL RECORDS, 658TH MEETING, TUESDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 1956, AT 2 P.M. NEW YORK
GRUBYAKOV (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) was surprised that the indigenous in- ~1abitants bought a large quantity of used clothing and footwear which were imported. It was known that cotton was grown and that cattle were raised in the Territory. As the Territory had the necessary re- sources, he asked whether the Administering Author- ity proposed to develop the textile and footwear in- dustries, in order to halt the importation of used clothing and footwear. 36. (...) Admittedly, some used clothine- wa~ sold in the Ter- ritory, but new locally mam~factured. clothing was relatively plentiful and the indigenous inhabitants bought more new than ust·d footwear. 37. 1Ir. GRUBYAKOV (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) recalled that there were four dentists and sixty-three general practitioners in the Territory.
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INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS : NOTE
., rectifiers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8504.40 143. 774.12 Other electrodiagnostic apparatus (including apparatus for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9018.19 functional exploratory examination or for checking physiological parameters) 144. 775.73 Other (electromechanical domestic appliances with self-contained . . . . . . . . . 8509.30, electric motor) 8509.80 145. 776.43 Non-digital monolithic integrated units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8542.19 146. 778.12 Electric accumulators (storage batteries) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8507.10- 8507.80 147. 778.22 Discharge lamps (other than ultraviolet lamps) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8539.31, 8539.32, 8539.39 148. 846.91 Gloves, mittens and mitts, impregnated, coated or covered with . . . . . . . . . . 6116.10 plastics or rubber 149. 846.92 Other gloves, mittens and mitts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6116.91- 6116.99 150. 851.25 Tennis shoes, basketball shoes, gym shoes, training shoes and the . . . . . . . . 6404.11 like and other sports footwear with outer soles of rubber or plastics and uppers of textile materials 151. 851.32 Other (footwear, n.e.s., with outer soles and uppers of leather or . . . . . . . . 6402.20, plastics) 6402.91, 6402.99 /... E/CN.3/1995/5/Add.1 English Page 19 List 3 (continued) SITC, Rev.3 a/ HS 96 152. 851.48 Footwear, n.e.s., with outer soles of leather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6403.51- 6403.99 153. 851.5 Other footwear, with uppers of textile materials 154. 851.51 ....with outer soles of rubber or plastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6404.19 155. 874.55 Hydrometers and similar floating instruments, thermometers, . . . . . . . . . . . 9025.11- pyrometers, barometers, hygrometers, psychrometers, record- 9025.80 ing or not, and any combination of these instruments 156. 874.78 Other instruments and apparatus for measuring or checking electrical . . . . . . . 9030.82- quantities 9030.89 157. 881.11 Photographic (other than cinematographic) cameras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9006.10- 9006.59 158. 885.31 Wrist-watches, electrically operated, whether or not incorporating a . . . . . . . 9101.11- stopwatch facility (with case of precious metal) 9101.19 159. 885.32 Other wrist-watches, whether or not incorporating a stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . 9101.21, facility (with case of precious metal) 9101.29 160. 885.39 Pocket watches and other watches (not wrist-watches) (with case . . . . . . . . . 9101.91, of precious metal) 9101.99 161. 885.41 Wrist-watches, electrically operated, whether or not . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9102.11- incorporating a stopwatch facility (other) 9102.19 162. 885.42 Other wrist-watches, whether or not incorporating a stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . 9102.21, facility (other) 9102.29 163. 885.49 Pocket watches and other watches (not wrist-watches) (other) . . . . . . . . . . . 9102.91, 9102.99 164. 885.51 (Watch movements, complete and assembled), electrically operated . . . . . . . . . 9108.11- 9108.19 165. 885.52 (Watch movements, complete and assembled), not electrically operated . . . . . . . 9108.20- 9108.99 166. 885.72 Clocks with watch movements (excluding clocks of heading 885.71), . . . . . . . . 9103.10 electrically operated 167. 885.73 Other clocks with watch movements (excluding clocks of heading 885.71) . . . . . . 9103.90 168. 885.74 Alarm clocks, electrically operated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9105.11 169. 885.75 Other alarm clocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9105.19 /...
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POVERTY ALLEVIATION THROUGH INTERNATIONAL TRADE : REPORT ON THE WORKSHOP ON POVERTY ALLEVIATION THROUGH INTERNATIONAL TRADE, SANTIAGO, CHILE, 10-13 JANUARY 1995
Small and micro-enterprises cluster in Peru: The case of footwear in Trujillo 51. In his presentation, Mr. (...) Vargas pointed out that the bulk of the industry’s output is sold domestically, while a small proportion of footwear is exported to neighbouring countries, mainly to Ecuador through border trade. (...) The export experience of the Novo Hamburgo footwear cluster (Brazil) 56. Dr. Enio Klein’s presentation was on the footwear cluster of the Sinos Valley, Novo Hamburgo, Brazil.
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[Limit values generally address all volatile organic compounds except methane (no further distinction is made, e.g. in terms of reactivity or toxicity); – delete] Emission limit values for waste gases are indicated as ELVc; emission limit values for fugitive emissions are indicated as ELVf; (y) [(x) – delete] “Normal operation” means all periods of operation except start- up and shutdown operations and maintenance of equipment; (z) [(y) – delete] “Substances harmful to human health” are subdivided into two categories: (i) Halogenated VOCs that have possible risk of irreversible effects; or (ii) Hazardous substances that are carcinogens, mutagens or toxic to reproduction or that may cause cancer, may cause heritable genetic damage, may cause cancer by inhalation, may impair fertility or may cause harm to the unborn child; 5 ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2011/11/Rev.1 (aa) [(z) – delete] “Footwear manufacture” means any activity of producing complete footwear or part of it; (bb) “Solvent consumption” means the total input of organic solvents into an installation per calendar year, or any other 12-month period, less any VOCs that are recovered for reuse. 4. (...) Limit values for adhesive coating ELV for VOC [(daily for ELVc and yearly for ELVf and total ELV)] Activity and threshold Option 2 Option 3 Footwear Manufacture (solvent consumption 5 Mg/year) [As option 3 – delete] 25 a/ g VOC / pair of shoes Other adhesive coating[, except footwear; new and existing installations – delete] (solvent consumption 5–15 Mg/year) [As option 3 – delete] ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 25 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1.2 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input Other adhesive coating[, except footwear; new and existing installations – delete] (solvent consumption 15–200 Mg/year) [ELVc = 50 mg c/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 15 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.8 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input – delete] ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 20 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input 9 ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2011/11/Rev.1 ELV for VOC [(daily for ELVc and yearly for ELVf and total ELV)] Activity and threshold Option 2 Option 3 Other adhesive coating[, except footwear; new and existing installations – delete] (solvent consumption 200 Mg/year) ELVc = 50 mg c/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 15 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.8 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input [ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 20 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input – delete] a/ Total ELVs are expressed in grams of solvent emitted per pair of complete footwear produced.
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[Limit values generally address all volatile organic compounds except methane (no further distinction is made, e.g. in terms of reactivity or toxicity); – delete] Emission limit values for waste gases are indicated as ELVc; emission limit values for fugitive emissions are indicated as ELVf; (y) [(x) – delete] “Normal operation” means all periods of operation except start- up and shutdown operations and maintenance of equipment; (z) [(y) – delete] “Substances harmful to human health” are subdivided into two categories: (i) Halogenated VOCs that have possible risk of irreversible effects; or (ii) Hazardous substances that are carcinogens, mutagens or toxic to reproduction or that may cause cancer, may cause heritable genetic damage, may cause cancer by inhalation, may impair fertility or may cause harm to the unborn child; 5 ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2011/11 (aa) [(z) – delete] “Footwear manufacture” means any activity of producing complete footwear or part of it; (bb) “Solvent consumption” means the total input of organic solvents into an installation per calendar year, or any other 12-month period, less any VOCs that are recovered for reuse. 4. (...) Limit values for adhesive coating [Suggested – delete] ELV for VOC [(daily for ELVc and yearly for ELVf and total ELV)] Activity and threshold [Option 1 – delete] Option 2 Option 3 Footwear Manufacture (solvent consumption 5 Mg/year) [As option 3 – delete] [As option 3 – delete] 25 a/ g VOC / pair of shoes Other adhesive coating[, except footwear; new and existing installations – delete] (solvent consumption 5–15 Mg/year) [As option 3 – delete] [As option 3 – delete] ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 25 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1.2 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input 9 ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2011/11 [Suggested – delete] ELV for VOC [(daily for ELVc and yearly for ELVf and total ELV)] Activity and threshold [Option 1 – delete] Option 2 Option 3 Other adhesive coating[, except footwear; new and existing installations – delete] (solvent consumption 15–200 Mg/year) [ELVc = 50 mg d/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 10 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.6 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input – delete] [ELVc = 50 mg c/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 15 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.8 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input – delete] ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 20 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input Other adhesive coating[, except footwear; new and existing installations – delete] (solvent consumption 200 Mg/year) [ELVc = 50 mg d/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 10 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.6 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input – delete] ELVc = 50 mg c/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 15 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 0.8 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input [ELVc = 50 mg b/ C/Nm3 ELVf = 20 wt-% or less of the solvent input Or total ELV of 1 kg or less of VOC/kg of solid input – delete] a/ Total [emission limit values – delete] ELVs are expressed in grams of solvent emitted per pair of complete footwear produced.
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