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GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE MOBILE PHONES: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT: ADDENDUM: MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE
The attached guidance document summarizes information contained in the guidelines prepared by Mobile Phone Working Group’s project groups: group 1.1, on refurbishment of used mobile phones; group 2.1, on collection and transboundary movement of used and end-of-life mobile phones; group 3.1, on Material recovery and recycling of end-of-life mobile phones; and group 4.1, on awareness raising and design considerations. (...) Although the size of an individual mobile phone is small, the cumulative size of mobile phones is substantial. (...) Mobile phone designers and manufacturers should work specifically toward the goal of recovery of plastic mobile phone cases in order to recycle them.
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Score: 1173451.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=UNEP/CHW.8/2/ADD.3&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE
To assist the Open-ended Working Group in that regard, annex I to the present note contains a progress report on the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative, as provided by the Chair of the Mobile Phone Working Group. (...) The guidance document summarizes the five completed guidelines on used and end-of-life mobile phones which have been developed under the guidance of the Mobile Phone Working Group. 3. (...) All guidelines on used and end-of-life mobile phones have been completed and approved by the Mobile Phone Working Group.
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Score: 1172185.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NEP/CHW/OEWG/6/19/REV.1&Lang=E
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GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE MOBILE PHONES
Although the size of an individual mobile phone is small, the cumulative size of mobile phones is substantial. (...) Project 1: reuse of used mobile phones 33. This project addressed the preferred option for used mobile phones, i.e., continue their useful lives through reuse. (...) Mobile phone designers and manufacturers should work specifically towards the goal of recovery of plastic mobile phone cases in order to recycle them.
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Score: 1169910 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NEP/CHW.10/INF/27/REV.1&Lang=E
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USE OF MOBILE PHONES IN VEHICLES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Finland The use of mobile phones while driving is not mentioned in our legislation. (...) TRANS/WP.1/2001/4 page 4 Portugal The use of mobile phones is forbidden while driving. The use of mobile phones with Hands-free kits in a car is allowed. (...) We are of course concerned about the use of mobile phones while driving. However, we also recognise that mobile phones are very popular and that when used properly, phones in cars can have many benefits.
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Score: 1163326.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2001/4&Lang=E
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USE OF MOBILE PHONES IN VEHICLES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Many countries consider that the use of a non hands-free mobile phone while driving goes against that provision (...) Isabelle MASSIN HUNGARY In cars, drivers may use only “hands-free” mobile phones. LATVIA Mobile phone use when driving is banned. (...) SWEDEN There is no legislation in Sweden concerning the use of mobile phones in vehicles. Accordingly it is lawful to use a mobile phone while driving a vehicle.
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Score: 1158761.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2000/21&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
By decision VIII/6, the Conference of the Parties provisionally adopted a guidance document on environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life mobile phones. That document summarized the five completed guidelines on used and end-of-life mobile phones developed under the guidance of the Mobile Phone Working Group since the start of the Initiative. (...) By decision OEWG-VI/21, the Open-ended Working Group requested Parties to submit comments on the guidance document to the Mobile Phone Working Group, which then revised the guidance document based on those comments and on discussions within the Mobile Phone Working Group (set out in document UNEP/CHW.9/11). A report on progress under the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative is set out in document UNEP/CHW.9/INF/16.
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MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE MOBILE PHONES
Bulleti, chair of the Mobile Phone Working Group, reported on the work of the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative, in particular with respect to transboundary movements of used mobile phones. (...) UNEP/CHW/OEWG/6/7 2 transboundary movement of used and end-of-life mobile phones” (UNEP/CHW.8/INF/6, annex, appendix I). 4. (...) Takes note of the guidance document on the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life mobile phones developed under the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative, 2.
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USE OF MOBILE PHONES WHILE DRIVING : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Mobile phone use may also lead the driver to be distracted and to lose control of the vehicle. 3. (...) On a motorway, a driver may use a non hands-free mobile phone while parked in a motorway service area, for example. (...) On other roads, a driver may stop to use a non hands-free mobile phone in a layby or a parking area, for example. 6.
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Score: 1155519.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2001/31&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
It is therefore forbidden for a driver of any vehicle to use a hand-held (or otherwise held) mobile- or car-phone while driving. B It is forbidden for a driver of any vehicle to use a mobile- or car-phone, while driving, unless the telephone is not hand-held or otherwise held by the driver. (...) TRANS/WP.1/2002/32 page 3 Finland It is important to state first that while driving, a driver should minimize any activity other than driving and then specifically forbid the use of a hand-held mobile phone while driving. In Finnish legislation there is a new regulation concerning the use of mobile phones. (...) It is therefore forbidden for the driver to use a mobile- or car-phone that is to be taken up, hand-held or wedged between head and shoulder.”
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Score: 1154817.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2002/32&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The progress report by the chair of the mobile phone working group, which was established by the Conference of the Parties at its sixth meeting pursuant to decision VI/31 on sustainable partnership for the environmentally sound management of end-of-life mobile phones, is presented in document UNEP/CHW/OEWG/4/INF/14 (...) The Open-ended Working Group may wish to consider a decision along the following lines: The Open-ended Working Group, Welcoming the progress made in the implementation of the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative, Also welcoming the partners from industry that have recently joined the Initiative, Noting the progress report submitted by the chair of the mobile phone working group, Recognizing the complexity of the issues concerning or related to the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life mobile phones, 1. (...) Also invites members of the mobile phone working group to provide financial support for the publication of the final reports of the mobile phone working group and its overall guidance document on the environmentally sound management of end-of-life mobile phones; 5.
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