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Seed treatments need to be of high quality to avoid abrasion and pesticide dust emission during seed drilling; baits may reduce exposure as long as they are not attractive to bees; soil-applied formulations and seed coatings may still lead to exposure of bees if the pesticide is systemic and can translocate to pollen, nectar or guttation fluids; slow-release formulations in the form of micro-globules may be mistaken for pollen and transported into the hive.
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Score: 1118120.9 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...t-in-less-exposure-of-bees/en/
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The most common impacts of wind include defoliation, loosening and shredding of bark, and abrasion of stem surfaces. Trees can sway, twist and rock, and large branches may break off and cause damage to understory trees.
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Score: 1118120.9 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/abiotics/71635/en/
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New amendment to UN GTR No. 21 on DEVP IWG on EVE  June 2023 US-CAN  Update candidate method if needed UN GTR on in Vehicle Battery durability IWG on EVE June 2021 US-CAN, China, EC, Japan Light duty passenger vehicles; Adopted in GRPE November 2021 New amendment to UN GTR on in Vehicle Battery durability IWG on EVE January 2024 US-CAN, China, EC, Japan Other vehicle categories and other subsequent steps Heavy Duty Hybrids GRPE [2023] [tbd] Particulate emissions: Provisions to limit airborne particulates from different sources Sub-23 nm exhaust particles for light- and heavy-duty applications, in the laboratory and on the road New UN resolution on HD lab test IWG on PMP Jan 2022 EC still on-going for PEMS-PN Brake emissions New UN GTR IWG on PMP January 2023 EC Tyre wear emissions /Tyre Abrasion (TA). Develop regulations for tyres to limit the emissions of microplastics to the environment tbdNew UNR TF TA GRBP/GRPE IWG on PMP / GRPE [June 2023] [EC]-FR TF TA operating under GRBP .
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Score: 1118120.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...les/2022-07/GRPE-86-42r1e.docx
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Heavy Duty Hybrids GRPE [2023] [tbd] Particulate emissions: Provisions to limit airborne particulates from different sources Sub-23 nm exhaust particles for light- and heavy-duty applications, in the laboratory and on the road New UN resolution on HD lab test IWG on PMP Jan 2022 EC still on-going for PEMS-PN Brake emissions New UN GTR IWG on PMP January 2023 EC Tyre wear emissions /Tyre Abrasion (TA). Develop regulations for tyres to limit the emissions of microplastics to the environment tbdNew UNR TF TA GRBP/GRPE IWG on PMP / GRPE [June 2023] [EC]-FR TF TA operating under GRBP .
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Score: 1118120.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...iles/2022-07/GRPE-86-42r1e.pdf
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AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR WHEELED VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS ... REGULATION NO. 22, UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF PROTECTIVE HELMETS AND THEIR VISORS FOR DRIVERS AND PASSENGERS OF MOTOR CYCLES AND MOPEDS
Retention systems shall be protected from abrasion. 6.11. The helmet shall be held in place on the wearer's head by means of a retention system which is secured under the lower jaw. (...) The luminous transmittance shall be measured before the abrasion test. Figure 2: Symbol "Daytime use only" E/ECE/324 Rev.1/Add.21/Rev.4 E/ECE/TRANS/505 Regulation No. 22 page 18 6.15.3.5. (...) The spectral transmittance shall be measured before the abrasion test. 6.15.3.8. The table contains the permissible refractive powers at the sight points.
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Score: 1116894.8 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE.../324/REV.1/ADD.21/REV.4&LANG=E
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DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 4 TO REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING
Cross cut test The purpose of this test is to examine whether any abrasive resistant coating of a rigid plastic glazing has sufficient adherence." (...) Test Trailers and Trailers and Flexible Plastics Other Than Windscreens Rigid Plastics Double Glazing Motorised Unoccupied Motorised Unoccupied Plastics Vehicles Vehicles Vehicles Vehicles Flexibility A3/12 A3/12 A3/12 A3/12 A3/12 227 g ball A14/5 A14/5 A16/5 A16/5 A15/4 Headform 1/ A14/4 – A16/4 – – Light transmission A3/9.1 – A3/9.1 – A3/9.1 Fire Resistance A3/10 A3/10 A3/10 A3/10 A3/10 Chemical Resistance A3/11 A3/11 A3/11 A3/11 A3/11 Abrasion A14/6.1 – A16/6.1 – – Weathering A3/6.4 A3/6.4 A3/6.4 A3/6.4 A3/6.4 Humidity A14/6.4 A14/6.4 A16/6.4 A16/6.4 – Cross-Cut 2/ A3/13 – A3/13 - - 1/ Test requirements are dependant on the location of the glazing within the vehicle. 2/ Applies only if the glazing is to be used in a location requisite for driving visibility. 8.2.2. (...) Measure, according to paragraph 4 of this annex, the resistance to abrasion of the surface(s) of the control specimen(s).
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Score: 1112321.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TRANS/WP.29/671&Lang=E
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GE.12-24101 A
The glazing material shall be sufficiently resistant to the incidents likely to occur in normal traffic, and to atmospheric and temperature conditions, chemical action, combustion and abrasion. 6.2. Safety glazing materials shall in addition be sufficiently transparent, shall not cause any noticeable distortions of objects as seen through the windscreen, and shall not give rise to any confusion between the colours used in road- traffic signs and signals. (...) Test of resistance to abrasion The purpose of this test is to determine whether the resistance of a safety glazing to abrasion exceeds a specified value. (...) Cross cut test The purpose of this test is to examine whether any abrasive resistant coating of a rigid plastic glazing has sufficient adherence. 8.1.4.
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Score: 1108115.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE.../324/REV.1/ADD.42/REV.3&LANG=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERTS FROM BELGIUM AND THE UNITED KINGDOM
The approval number indicates that the approval was granted in accordance with the requirements of Regulation No. 43 in its original form. The pane has been abrasion tested so that the outer surface meets the 2 per cent light scatter/1000 cycle requirement and the inner surface meets the 4 per cent light scatter/100 cycle requirement.” (...) In the case of glazing of the class L, the abrasion test shall be considered to have given a satisfactory result if the total light scatter after abrasion does not exceed 2 per cent after 1000 cycles on the outer surface of the test sample and 4 per cent after 100 cycles on the inner surface of the test sample." 6.1.3.2. In the case of glazing of the class M, the abrasion test shall be considered to have given a satisfactory result if the total light scatter after abrasion does not exceed 10 per cent after 500 cycles on the outer surface of the test sample and 4 per cent after 100 cycles on the inner surface of the test sample.”
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Score: 1105464.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...P.29/GRSG/1999/12/REV.1&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR A NEW GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION CONCERNING SAFETY GLAZING MATERIALS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE EQUIPMENT / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
Test of resistance to abrasion in accordance with the requirements of Annex 9, paragraph 2. 2.6.2. (...) Test of resistance to abrasion The purpose of this test is to determine whether the resistance of a safety glazing to abrasion exceeds a specified value. 6.1.3.2. (...) Abrasive wheels 3/, each 45 to 50 mm in diameter and 12.5 mm thick, composed of a special finely-screened abrasive embedded in a medium hard rubber.
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Score: 1103251.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2005/9&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM JAPAN
., to read: "6.1.3.3. For sun roofs, the abrasion test is not required." Annex 16, Insert new paragraph 6.1.3.3., to read: "6.1.3.3. For sun roofs, the abrasion test is not required." Annex 21, Paragraph 4.2.2.2., to be put in square brackets to indicate a need for further consideration. (...) Therefore, such glazing can be exempted from the abrasion resistance requirement in the same way as in document TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/1999/12.
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Score: 1100748.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2001/7&Lang=E
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