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Editorial: ECLAC November 2002 Download Publication pdf Description Each year, over 100 million barrels of used lubricating oils (billions of Liters of waste oil) are dumped onto the global world environment. In 1995, it was estimated that only 44% of available waste lubricants was collected worldwide (Reference 1). Therefore, 56% of used oils are NOT collected and, thus, they are either misused or discarded by the end user into the world environment. (...) Accordingly, the current CAM project's goals were: Review the current environmental laws and regulations for used lubricants Evaluate the current market, business, and consumption of lubricants Survey the current practices of used lubricants handling Compare vs. used oil handling and recycling programs in leading western countries Provide business recommendations for follow up work and future studies View bibliographical record in the Digital Repository You might be interested in First Europe-Latin America Dialogue on Promotion...
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Score: 1331290.7 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...s-central-america-final-report
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Éditorial: ECLAC Novembre 2002 Descargar publicación pdf Description Each year, over 100 million barrels of used lubricating oils (billions of Liters of waste oil) are dumped onto the global world environment. In 1995, it was estimated that only 44% of available waste lubricants was collected worldwide (Reference 1). Therefore, 56% of used oils are NOT collected and, thus, they are either misused or discarded by the end user into the world environment. (...) Accordingly, the current CAM project's goals were: Review the current environmental laws and regulations for used lubricants Evaluate the current market, business, and consumption of lubricants Survey the current practices of used lubricants handling Compare vs. used oil handling and recycling programs in leading western countries Provide business recommendations for follow up work and future studies Voir fiche bibliographique dans l'archive numérique Vous serez peut-être intéressé par First Europe-Latin America Dialogue on Promotion...
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Score: 1331290.7 - https://www.cepal.org/fr/node/19598
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Following an assessment by UNIDO’s Cleaner Production Centre, the production process was modified and the lubricant was substituted by a non-hazardous dry lubricant, which leaves the factory floor dry. (...) Ecolab’s profit is directly linked to how little of the lubricant is used and it motivates the chemical supplier to optimise the effectiveness of the lubricant. (...) For Ecolab the profit margin for its dry lubricant is 10 per cent higher, even though the company sells less lubricant per production line, and has costs for the service.
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Score: 1329207.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...2013-10/Chemical_Leasing_0.pdf
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Nonoxynol-9 is sometimes added to male condoms as a lubricant. The experts found no evidence that nonoxynol-9-lubricated condoms provided any more protection against pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections than condoms lubricated with silicone, used as a lubricant for the majority of condoms available in developing countries. Since nonoxynol-9 may cause some adverse effects, the experts recommended that such condoms should no longer be promoted, but noted that "it is better to use a nonoxynol-9-lubricated condom than no condom." Nonoxynol-9 is also present in many lubricants used by people engaging in anal intercourse.
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Score: 1203893.2 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ve-in-preventing-hiv-infection
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Other lubricants, especially glycols and water-based lubri- cants, can be used. (...) The difference between these values is taken as the quantity of lubricant and powder added. Additional lubricants, supplied separately and applied to the condom at the time of use, are sometimes used to improve lubrication and comfort. (...) Usually, these additional lubricants are water-based, but glycol-based lubricants are becoming more common.
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Score: 1199123.1 - https://www.who.int/rhem/prequ...n/9789241599900_eng_annex1.pdf
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UNIDO WORKSHOP LAC – Eurasian Economic Union - BRICS countries UNIDO WORKSHOP LAC – EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION - BRICS COUNTRIES “ STRENGTHENING INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCES IN THE GLOBAL MARKET” Li Li Associated Professor 15 July 2015 Content • Country information • Main export facilities • Opportunities for cooperation • Export instruments, incentives, mechanisms • Investment instruments • Strengthen regulatory cooperation • Useful links Country Information (2014) • GDP (trillion current US$): 10 • Export (Billion US$):2342.8 • Import(Billion US$):1,960.3 • Current account balance (billion US$): 383 • Trade to GDP ratio : 41.94% • FDI Utilized(Billion US$): 119.56 • OFDI(Billion US$):102.9 Main trade products • Main export products: • Machinery and Transport Equipment • Miscellaneous Products • Light Textile Industrial Products, Rubber Products, Minerals and Metallurgical Products • Main Import products: • Machinery and Transport Equipment • Mineral Fuels, Lubricants and Related Materials • Non-edible Raw Materials Export value by category of Commodity (SITC) usd bn Indicators 2014 2013 2012 2011 Value of Export Commodities 2342.8 2209.0 2048.7 1898.4 Primary Goods 112.7 107.3 100.6 100.5 Food and Live Animals Used Mainly for Food 55.7 52.1 50.5 Beverages and Tobacco 2.6 2.6 2.3 Non-edible Raw Materials 14.6 14.3 15.0 Mineral Fuels, Lubricants and Related Materials 33.8 31.0 32.3 Animal and Vegetable Oils, Fats and Wax 0.6 0.5 0.5 Manufactured Goods 2230.0 2101.7 1948.2 1797.8 Chemicals and Related Products 119.6 113.6 114.8 Light Textile Industrial Products, Rubber Products, Minerals and Metallurgical Products 360.6 333.1 319.6 Machinery and Transport Equipment 1038.5 964.4 901.8 Miscellaneous Products 581.2 535.7 459.4 Products Not Otherwise Classified 1.7 1.4 2.3 Import value by category of Commodity (SITC) usd bn Indicators 2014 2013 2012 2011 Value of Import Commodities 1,960.3 1,950.0 1,818.4 1,743.5 Primary Goods 647.4 658.1 634.9 604.3 Food and Live Animals Used Mainly for Food 41.7 35.3 28.8 Beverages and Tobacco 4.5 4.4 3.7 Non-edible Raw Materials 286.4 269.7 284.9 Mineral Fuels, Lubricants and Related Materials 315.2 313.1 275.8 Animal and Vegetable Oils, Fats and Wax 10.3 12.5 11.1 Manufactured Goods 1,312.9 1,291.9 1,183.5 1,139.2 Chemicals and Related Products 190.3 179.3 181.1 Light Textile Industrial Products, Rubber Products, Minerals and Metallurgical Products 147.9 146.0 150.3 Machinery and Transport Equipment 710.1 652.9 630.6 Miscellaneous Products 138.9 136.5 127.7 Products Not Otherwise Classified 104.7 68.8 49.5 Opportunities for cooperation • Machinery and Transport Equipment • Mineral extracting industry • Agriculture industry Export instruments • Technical guidance for export products:agriculture products; textile and apparel products; light industry products such as toy, shoes etc.; mineral and chemical products; machinery and electronic products; medicine and health care products • Trade facilitation: pilots on Customs clearance integration; single-window operation for international trade; Credit system construction; etc. • Cross-border e-commerce: Guideline issued by the State Council to boost cross-border e-commerce • MOFCOM; AQSIQ; MOA;Etc. http://policy.mofcom.gov.cn/service/export!
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Score: 1169517.6 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...les/2015-07/China_-Li_Li_0.pdf
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There is an urgent need for countries to strengthen demand for and supply of condoms and water-based lubricant. Countries agreed in the 2016 Political Declaration on Ending AIDS to increase the annual availability of condoms in low- and middle-income countries to 20 billion by 2020. (...) There is also insufficient access to lubricants—less than 25% of men who have sex with men in 165 countries have easy access to free lubricant, and many sex workers, too, desire but lack access to lubricants. Most countries do not plan for the provision of lubricants in their national strategic plans and condom programmes.
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Score: 1165249.4 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...fective-hiv-prevention-method/
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(These may or may not have well-defined edges.) Uneven lubricant The open end of the condom may appear dry, especially on new condoms. The lubricant penetrates the roll slowly. Note: Any visible hole anywhere in the condom, including under the bead, is not acceptable. (...) Packaging defects Individual foil packaging defects Empty package No lubricant Lubricant leakage Delamination of the packaging film Discoloured film and labels Missing manufacturer’s name Incorrect/missing LOT number Incorrect/missing manufacture date Incorrect/missing expiry date Consumer packs Missing manufacturer’s name Incorrect/missing LOT number Incorrect/missing manufacturer date Incorrect/missing expiry date Empty or partially filled packs Discoloration Delamination Cartons and markings Missing manufacturer’s name Incorrect/missing LOT number Incorrect/missing manufacture date Incorrect/missing expiry date Non-permanent marking Empty or partially filled cartons Damaged cartons that may affect the integrity or quality of the condoms inside 44 Male Latex Condom: Specification, Prequalification and Guidelines for Procurement, 2010
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Score: 1147873.8 - https://www.who.int/rhem/prequ...tion/9789241599900_eng_ch3.pdf
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The women were asked to complete the female sexual function index (FSFI) questionnaire in Arabic translation, which includes 19 questions on libido, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, satisfaction and pain. The two groups of women were similar in terms of age, parity and frequency of sexual intercourse. (...) However, there were statistically significant differences between the groups in their scores for arousal, lubrication, orgasm and satisfaction, as well as in the overall score.
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Score: 1143188.1 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...cs/fgm/sexual_function_fgm/en/
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The following case studies represent successful efforts and cost savings in aerospace, metal container, metal and electrical parts, casting , weld inspection, silkscreen cleaning, painting and lubricant applications. The case studies document the efforts of Ohio companies to reduce or eliminate TCA. (...) They are commended for their outstanding efforts. • Aerospace Guidance and Metrology Cente (Cleaning inertial guidance and navigation system components) • Ball Metal Container Division (Cleaning machine parts, die sets and printing blankets) • Copeland Corporation (Electric motor cold-cleaning) • Crown Equipment Corporation (Vapor degreasing metal parts) • The Duriron Company (Cleaning of wax patterns and etching operations) • General Dynamics Land Systems (Inspection of weld integrity) • Guardian Automotive Products (Cleaning on-line silkscreen machines) • Kovatch Castings Company (Cleaning wax patterns) • Liebel-Flarsheim (General metal parts cleaning) • The Lincoln Electric Company (Solvent based spray painting and general parts cleaning) • Luke Engineering & Manufacturing (General Parts Cleaning) • Perfection Finishers, Incorporated (General parts cleaning) • Republic Engineered Steels, Incorporated (Electrical and metal part cleaning and defect testing) • Senco Products (Solvent based staple lubricant) • Van Dorn Plastic Machinery Company (Machine cleaning) Information Email Print Related links case studies in agriculture back to Substitution and Alternatives page You are here: In partnership for global chemical safety Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Quick Links Sitemap Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Resources Contact IFCS Meetings calendar Links © WHO 2022
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Score: 1137050.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ommittee/substitution/ohio/en/
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