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PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR 2022.7TH REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS ON THE PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR 2022
Table 5 Evolution of financial requirements for petrol, oil and lubricants (Thousands of United States dollars) 2020 2021 2022 Variance Appropriation Expenditure Appropriation Expenditure, January–June Total requirements 2022 vs. 2021 Increase/ (decrease) Category of expenditure (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)=(5)-(3) Facilities and infrastructure Petrol, oil and lubricants 357.0 190.9 319.8 82.4 441.3 121.5 Ground transportation Petrol, oil and lubricants 140.0 171.6 140.0 59.9 136.1 (3.9) Air operations Petrol, oil and lubricants 589.0 111.7 525.0 179.8 481.3 (43.7) Total 1 086.0 474.2 984.8 322.1 1 058.7 73.9 A/76/7/Add.6 9/11 21-13985 25. (...) Expenditure for petrol, oil and lubricants amounted to $474,200 in 2020 and $322,100 as at 30 June 2021. (...) Taking also into account the level of expenditure in 2020 and during the first half of 2021, the Committee recommends a reduction of 15 per cent, or $158,800, from the total requirements for petrol, oil and lubricants. Other supplies, services and equipment 26.
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.: Mainstreaming the Precautionary Principle Substitution of Hazardous Chemicals in Products and Processes Final Report (March 2003) Report compiled for the Directorate General Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection of the Commission of the European Communities Prepared by: Lohse J, Lissner, L 2.6 Case studies - Metal parts cleaning - Cleaning of facades - Textiles cleaning in laundries - Marine anti-fouling coatings - Wood preservation - Flame retardants in circuit boards - Loss lubrication in inland waters - Mould release agents - Rechargeable batteries - Phthalates in toys Link EC Report Link to Annexes Partnership Projects – Design for the Environment Program U.S. (...) Substitution of Hazardous Chemicals in the Work Environment Frode Soerensen Experiences with substitution will be presented for organic solvents in metal degreasing, bonding with adhesives, soldering and removal of flux in electronics industry, lubrication, cutting fluids, constructions paints and cleaning of offset printing machines, and for other hazardous chemicals such as epoxy resins, polyurethanes (isocyanates) and acrylates in coatings and adhesives, quartz sand for blasting, cadmium, fluor and boron compounds in soldering and brazing, and cyanides, nickel, and chromates in electroplating. (...) 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.
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SUPPL.1 TO 03 SERIES OF AMEND. TO REG. NO. 118
This Regulation applies to the burning behaviour (ignitibility, burning rate and melting behaviour) and to the capability to repel fuel or lubricants of materials used in vehicles of categories M3, Classes II and III1 and in vehicles of category M2 or M3 using compressed natural gas (CNG) in their propulsion system. (...) Part I - Approval of a vehicle type with regard to the burning behaviour and/or the capability to repel fuel or lubricant of the components used in the interior compartment, the engine compartment and any separate heating compartment. 1.3. Part II – Approval of a component with regard to its burning behaviour and/or its capability to repel fuel or lubricant installed in the interior compartment, the engine compartment or any separate heating compartment."
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REPORT OF THE WORKING PARTY ON GENERAL SAFETY PROVISIONS ON ITS 97TH SESSION, GENEVA, 20 TO 23 OCTOBER 2009
Annex 9 - Test to determine the capability of materials to repel fuel or lubricant" The text of the Regulation Paragraphs 1. to 1.3., amend to read: "1. (...) This Regulation applies to the burning behaviour (ignitibility, burning rate and melting behaviour) and to the capability to repel fuel or lubricants of materials used in vehicles of categories M3, Classes II and III 2/. (...) Part II - Approval of a component with regard to its burning behaviour and/or its capability to repel fuel or lubricant installed in the passenger compartment, the engine compartment or any separate heating compartment."
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PERFORMANCE REPORT ON THE BUDGET OF THE UNITED NATIONS MISSION FOR THE REFERENDUM IN WESTERN SAHARA FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1 JULY 2004 TO 30 JUNE 2005 : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Galileo has been implemented Trained 6 personnel in the areas of procurement, information technology and administration 6 4 staff attended training in different areas of information technology, 1 staff attended SUN (financial) system training, 1 administration staff attended the People Management Training Programme Personnel Emplaced, repatriated and rotated 230 military personnel (203 military observers, 20 medical and 7 orderly personnel) 199 27 Average number of military observers emplaced, rotated and repatriated Average number of military contingents emplaced, rotated and repatriated Supplied 203 military observers with rations and 27 troops and 266 civilian personnel with bottled water 199 159 Average number of military observers supplied with rations and bottled water Average number of personnel, including 27 military contingents, 5 civilian police officers, 123 international civilian personnel and 4 African Union observers, supplied with bottled water Administered 143 international and 113 national civilian contracts 123 107 Average number of international staff administered Average number of national staff administered Facilities and infrastructure Maintained 16 United Nations facilities in 12 locations 16 12 Facilities Locations Maintained in terms of general upkeep, including power, electrical installations, water supply, sanitation and environmental clean-up Supported and maintained 267 prefabricated buildings in 12 locations 267 12 Facilities Locations Completed the two-year prefabricated accommodation refurbishment plan, replacing deteriorated accommodation equipment in 10 locations No Average of 59 per cent of original refurbishment plan completed in 10 team sites. 100 per cent completion will be achieved in December 2005 owing to delays in delivery of some equipment and changes in operational plans 9 A/60/634 Maintained 954 items of accommodation equipment, 114 sea containers, 71 items of pumping and fuel storage equipment and 231 items of refrigeration equipment in 12 locations Yes 932 accommodation equipment items, 110 sea containers, 83 pumping and fuel storage items and 262 refrigeration equipment items maintained in 12 locations Operated, maintained and repaired 64 generators in 16 facilities, including the provision for 1,101,500 litres of fuel and 9,000 litres of lubricant 71 16 Generators Facilities Ground transportation Maintained 261 light vehicles in 12 locations, including the provision for 1,093,800 litres of fuel and 109,300 litres of lubricant 276 801 000 100 000 Vehicles Litres of fuel Litres of lubricant Lower requirements for fuel owing to implementation of CarLog system Maintained 37 heavy/special vehicles in 9 locations, including the provision for 254,400 litres of fuel and 25,500 litres of lubricant 32 210 000 22 000 Heavy duty vehicles Litres of fuel Litres of lubricant Managed contracts for 3 fixed-wing aircraft and 3 helicopters, representing 2,880 logistical flight hours and 2,940 logistical and air patrolling flight hours respectively, including the provision for 4,041,000 litres of fuel and 7,271 litres of oils and lubricant 2 483 1 935 4 009 041 2 327 Logistical fixed-wing flight hours (3 fixed-wing) Logistical and air patrolling rotary-wing flight hours (3 helicopters) Litres of Jet A1 fuel Litres of lubricant The three rotary-wing aircraft were grounded for a combined total of 153 days during the period as a result of the absence of maintenance equipment or personnel Transported passengers 10,200 kilometres 19 837 Kilometres. (...) The cost estimate for rental of fixed-wing provided for 1,920 flying hours, while MINURSO required 2,483 hours with related increased requirements for petrol, oil and lubricants during the reporting period. 20. The variance also resulted from an increase in contract prices for the rental of both fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters.
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UNIFICATION OF PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR THE SURVEY OF INLAND NAVIGATION VESSELS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF POLAND
PUMPING AND PIPING 4.1 Bottom and side fittings, as well as fittings installed on watertight bulkheads 4.1.1 Fittings installed below waterline 12/ O 1/ O OH 4.1.2 Fittings installed above waterline C O O 4.2 Pumping and piping 4.2.1 Water systems .1 bilge water 12/ .2 ballast .3 cooling water 13/ .4 pipelines passing through oil fuel tanks and liquid cargo tanks without tunnels (except heating coils) 14/ .5 scuppers leading through decks, bulkheads, platforms and leading outboard P - - - - OP OP O OH O OPH OPH O OH O 4.2.2 Oil fuel system .1 oil fuel pipelines .2 tanks not forming part of hull - - OP O OP OH 4.2.3 Liquid cargo system, heating coils for that cargo - C C 4.2.4 Compressed air system P OP OPH 4.2.5 Lubricating oil system 13/ - OP OP 4.2.6 Steam systems .1 boiler pressure live steam 13/ .2 reduced pressure live steam - - OP OP OPH OPH 4.2.7 Pipelines with fittings .1 air pipelines (see also 1.3.2) .2 overflow pipes .3 gas vent pipes in tankers - - - C C C C C C 4.2.8 Vent ducts leading through watertight constructions - O O 4.2.9 Liquid gas heating system C OH 15/ OH 15/ 5. MACHINERY INSTALLATIONS 5.1 Main internal combustion engine - P P TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/R.53/Add.3 page 8 1 2 3 4 5 5.1.1 Frame .1 frame, cylinder covers, reamed bolts and chocks .2 cylinder liners - - O OM O OM 5.1.2 Pistons .1 pistons, gudgeon pins .2 connecting rods, connecting rod bearing bolts - - OM O OM O 5.1.3 Crank shaft .1 journals and crank pins .2 main bearings .3 crank web deflection (if possible) - - - OM O M OM O M 5.1.4 Distributing devices (valve drives, suction, exhaust and starting air valves) - O O 5.1.5 Fittings .1 measuring instruments and gauges .2 safety valves .3 lubricating devices lubricators, etc. E 1/ - - E P 16/ P E P 16/ P 5.1.6 Gears and couplings .1 shafts .2 bearings, friction clutches, reamed bolts and chocks .3 pinions and gear wheels .4 flexible connections engine-gear - - - - OM O OM O OM O OM O 5.1.7 Reversing and starting arrangements P P P 5.1.8 Speed governor - P P 5.1.9 Auxiliary machinery driven by main engine .1 pumps: sea and fresh cooling water, lubricating oil and bilge .2 compressors .2.1 safety valves .3 scavenging pumps, turbo-chargers P P P P OP OP P OP OP OP P OP 5.2 Shafting 5.2.1 Thrust shaft .1 journals and thrust collars .2 journal and thrust bearings .3 reamed bolts and shims of thrust bearing and coupling 17/ .4 axial clearance .5 shaft alignment 18/ - - C - - OM O C M - OM O C M M TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/R.53/Add.3 page 9 1 2 3 4 5 5.2.2 Intermediate shafts .1 journals, journal bearings, flange connections and couplings 18/ .2 reamed bolts and bearing shims 17/ .3 shaft alignment 18/ - C - O M C - O M C M 5.2.3 Propeller shaft .1 journals .2 clearance in bearing in stearn bush .3 journal bearings .4 stern tube .5 seal at the part between the after end of the liner and the propeller boss 22/ .6 flange connections and couplings O 1/ 19/ M 1/ 19/ M 1/ 20/ O 1/ 19/ O 1/ 21/ O 1/ 1/ O 1/ O 19/ M M O O OH O O 19/ M M O O OH O 5.2.4 Propeller 23/ .1 static balancing 24/ .2 propeller shaft fitting cone, check of adjustment .3 main parts of controllable pitch propellers 25/ .4 fastening of propeller, check of tightness and locking 23/ .5 nozzle 23/ - - - OM O O O - OM O O O O 5.3 Auxiliary machinery and arrangements 5.3.1 Auxiliary internal combustion engines .1 cylinders, pistons with connecting rods and their bearings, crank shafts and main bearings, covers, valves P - P O P O 5.3.2 Compressors P PO PO 5.3.3 Steering gear P PO PO 5.3.4 Windlass 26/ P PO PO 5.3.5 Towing winch with arrangements 7/ - PO PO 5.3.6 Pumps with independent drive .1 bilge pumps, cooling water pump sea and fresh water, pumps of general service, ballast pumps, fire extinguishing pumps, cargo pumps, fuel oil pumps (booster and transfer), lubricating oil pumps .2 salvage pumps P PO P PO P 5.3.7 Sea water and cooling water strainers, fuel oil and lubricating oil filters - - O TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/R.53/Add.3 page 10 1 2 3 4 5 5.3.8 Means of communication P P P 5.4 Pressure vessels 5.4.1 Vessels accessible for internal examination - OH 8/ O 5.4.2 Vessels inaccessible for internal examination - OH OH 5.4.3 Fittings 27/ P P P 5.4.4 Safety valves P OP OP 5.4.5 Pressure gauges E 1/ E E 5.5 Heat exchangers O OH 5.5.1 Cooling water and lubricating oil coolers - O OH 5.5.2 Pressure gauges E E E 6.
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 2 TO THE 02 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 118 (BURNING BEHAVIOUR)
Part I: Approval of a vehicle type with regard to the burning behaviour of the components used in the interior compartment, the engine compartment and any separate heating compartment and with regard to the burning behaviour of electric cables used in the vehicle and/or the capability to repel fuel or lubricant of insulation materials used in the engine compartment and any separate heating compartment." (...) Part I - Approval of a vehicle type with regard to the burning behaviour and/or the capability to repel fuel or lubricant of the components used in the interior compartment, the engine compartment and any separate heating compartment and with regard to the burning behaviour of electric cables used in the vehicle. 1.3. Part II - Approval of a component with regard to its burning behaviour and/or its capability to repel fuel or lubricant." Paragraphs 5.2. to 5.2.2., amend to read: "5.2.
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Browse alphabetically Food Additive INS number CAS number Functional use Absorbent Acid Acidifier Acidity regulator Acidulant Adjuvant Adsorbent Agent in fermentation processes Alkali Antibleaching agent Antibrowning agent Anticaking agent Antifoaming agent Antimicrobial agent Antimicrobial agent for the use in drinking water Antimicrobial agent for use in antimicrobial washing solutions Antimicrobial preservative Antimould and antirope agent Antioxidant Antioxidants synergist Antispattering agent Binder Bleaching agent Buffer Buffering agent Bulking agent Carbonating agent Carrier Carrier solvent Chewing gum base component Clarifying agent Cloud producing agent Clouding agent Coating agent Colloidial stabilizer Colour Colour fixative Colour retention agent Colour stabilizer Colouring adjunct Crystallization inhibitor Decolourizing agent Decorative pigment Defoaming agent Density adjusting agent Density adjustment agent for flavouring oils in beverages Dietary supplement Dispersing agent Dough conditioner Dough strengthening agent Drying agent Dusting powder Emulsifier Emulsion stabilizer Encapsulation agent Enzyme preparation Extraction solvent Filler Film coating Film-forming agentt Filtering aid Firming agent Flavour adjunct Flavour enhancer Flavour modifier Flavouring agent Flour treatment agent Foam stabilizer Foaming agent For use in antimicrobial washing solutions Formulation aid Freezing agent Fungicidal preservative Fungistatic agent Gelling agent Glazing agent Humectant Leavening agent Lubricant Maturing agent Moisture retention agent Moisture-retaining agent Neutralizing agent Non-nutritive sweetener Nutrient Nutrient supplement Oxidizing agent Packaging gas Plasticizer Preservative Processing aid Propellant Protective coating Raising agent Reduced-energy fat and oil replacement Release agent Salt substitute Sealing agent Seasoning agent Sequestrant Solvent Source of phytosterols and phytostanols Stabilizer Starch hydrolysis Surface colourant Surface finishing agent Surfactant Suspension agent Sweetener Sweetening agent Synergist Tableting aid Tabletting agent Texturizer Texturizing agent Thickener Thickening agent Treatment of molt in brewing Wetting agent Yeast food Contact For questions and feedback, send us an email to [email protected]     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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