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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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Score: 851900.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....AIR/WG.5/2011/11/REV.1&Lang=E
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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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Score: 851900.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/EB.AIR/WG.5/2011/11&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR A LIST OF SELECTED COMMODITIES FOR THE CMPILATION OF PRODUCTION DATA : PREPARED BY THE STATISTICAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS
(Part of SITC 84II3) Leather footwear for children - Boots and shoes (.including slippers,.'sandals, and sport shoes) with leather, rubber, composition leather or plastio solesr and with leather or mainly leather uppers. Rubber footwear is excluded. -(Part of SITC 85102) . . Leather foo-twear for men - See 2405 Leather footwear for women - See 2405 Leather footwear for children 1- See 2405 Other footwear (except rubber) - Boots and shoes (inoluding. (...) MMBER (106) Sheets printed TON 1^(000) MJMBEE (000) (000) Page 21 COMMODITY GODE "3OO3 q Rubber footwear - Footwear, including overshoes, with "both NDMBEE outer soles and uppers of rubber.
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Score: 851900.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.14/STAT/7&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 92/02/10 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF YUGOSLAVIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The most urgently needed humanitarian aid is in: — food, footwear and basic hygienic requisites in quantities proportionate to the total number of displaced persons and persons living in the crisis areas; — water and power supply for the population in the crisis areas,provision of accommodation, blankets; 7. (...) The Red Cross of Yugoslavia has procured in medicaments, food, clothing and footwear exceeding loo million dinars in value ( or about 5 million US dollars according to the official exchange rate). (...) These areas include accommodation, clothing, footwear, sanitary supplies, medical supplies and medical care, fuel supply, etc.
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Score: 850068.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.4/1992/73&Lang=E
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SAMPLING AND QUALITY ADJUSTMENT : SUMMARY / SUBMITTED BY THE NATIONAL STATISTICAL COMMITTEE OF THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC
Alcoholic drinks, tobacco products 9 3 03. Clothing and footwear 85 25 04. Housing services, water, electricity, gas and other fuels 15 4 05. (...) Food satisfies hunger and gives aesthetic pleasure; clothing and footwear are visually and physically pleasing while affording protection against the elements, etc. 29.
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Score: 843615.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=CES/AC.49/2003/3&Lang=E
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CASE STUDY ON OUTWARD FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT BY INDIAN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES
OFDI by SMEs is prominent in such industries as textiles, leather, footwear, machinery and equipment and motor vehicles (annex tables 3 and 4). 15. (...) Other Indian SMEs with OFDI activities include footwear, food, transport equipment and pump manufacturers. 19.
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Score: 843544.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...D/B/COM.3/EM.26/2/ADD.2&Lang=E
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INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS : LIST OF SELECTED INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Heavy leather Light leather Leather footwear, men 1 s Leather footwear, women 1 s Leather footwear, children 1 s . Other footwear (except rubber) Overcoats, men 1 s and boys 1 . . (...) E/CN.3/368 English Annex I Page 6 LIST OF INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES Code Commodity RUBBER, CHEMICAL, PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS (continued) 300-04 Rubber footwear Hydrochloric acid Sulphuric acid • thousand pairs • • • • metric tons thousand metric tons thousand metric tons 311-01 311-02 311-03 311-04 311-05 311-06 311-07 311-08 Nitric acid Ammonia Caustic soda • . . . . . . . . . . . • metric tons . .
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Score: 841776.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/368&Lang=E
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RELATIONSHIP OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION TO THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (REPORT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL)
UNITED NATIONS ECONOMJC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL STATISTICAL COMMISSION Thirteenth session Distr. GENERAL E/CN.3/307 22 October 1964 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH CLASSIFICATION OF COMMODITIES BY
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Score: 837134 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/307&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED SEPTEMBER 1948 FROM THE LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL REGARDING THE CONDITION OF ARAB REFUGEES FROM PALESTINE
.- : - v-_ In view CT the approach of winter, the refugees frcm Palestine are badly ir n;-ad cf 'darn clothing, footwear, blankets and other supplies. ' The oumbsr 9 refugees in Eapt cndjPaJ.estinn territcry occupled‘bg t5e Egptien forces x.s to 276,365 persons Ustributed as fellows: 1.
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Score: 836535.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=S/997/ADD.1&Lang=E
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THE ROLE OF THE TUKEY ALGORITHM IN VALIDATION PROCEDURES FOR PRICES DATA IN A CONSUMER PRICE INDEX : THE UNITED KINGDOM EXPERIENCE ON THIS AND MORE GENERAL ASPECTS OF DATA EDITING : NOTE / BY THE OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS, UNITED KINGDOM
In July 2002, the Clothing and Footwear index fell below 100 for the first time since the summer sales of 1987. (...) This is the most comparable series to the UK Clothing and Footwear Index. It covers the whole of the USA, is the “non- seasonally adjusted” version and includes both men’s and women’s clothes and footwear. (...) Chart 3 illustrates the time series for all sections within the UK clothing and footwear group. Four of them have a common trend pattern – initial increase in prices followed by a period of price stability in the mid 1990’s before prices fell steadily during the latter part of the decade.
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Score: 832118.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CES/GE.22/2008/5&Lang=E
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