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PROVISIONALLY ADOPTED GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE MOBILE PHONES: SUBMITTED BY THE MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The type of transboundary movement procedure to be applied depends on the condition of the collected mobile phones after evaluation and/or testing and labelling. It is recommended that Basel Convention transboundary movement controls should be implemented for end-of-life mobile phones destined for material recovery and recycling (Annex IV B operations) or final disposal (Annex IV A operations) where the end-of-life mobile phones contain Annex I constituents, unless it can be demonstrated that these end-of-life mobile phones are not hazardous using Annex III characteristics. 2. (...) Page 56, add endnote #iv, that would read: Reuse: a process of using again a used mobile phone or a functional component from a used mobile phone, possibly after repair, refurbishment or upgrading (from the MPPI glossary of terms). _______________
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Score: 1136929.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.9/11&Lang=E
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REVISION OF THE CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R.E.1) : THE USE OF MOBILE PHONES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2006/8/Rev.1 page 2 R.E.1. The use of mobile phones New modifications appear in bold Chapter 1. General rules concerning behaviour in traffic 1.4 The use of mobile phones 1.4.1 Context Mobile phones can be used in a motor vehicle for various purposes: for example, notifying the emergency services in the event of an accident, phoning a breakdown mechanic, etc., by making use […] of the numerous possibilities for stopping inside and outside built-up areas and on motorways. (...) For this reason, legislation in many countries prohibits and punishes the use of a hand-held phone, while tolerating the use of a hands-free mobile phone kit.
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Score: 1132427.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.1/2006/8/REV.1&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONES / TRANSMITTED BY SPAIN
b) Whereas in the field of communications and information the mobile phone is a social phenomenon on a worldwide level. c) Whereas the technological development of mobile phones is without precedent in the history of communications and there is a danger in legislating a present phenomenon which in a few months time could have already passed. (...) g) Whereas it is also possible that in the short term, GPS use will spread and become a social phenomenon of the same importance as mobile phones. h) Whereas the use of GPS while driving and from the point of view of road safety could be a more acute risk factor than the use of mobile phones and hence it could increase road unsafety and the number of accidents and victims.
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Score: 1130864.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2001/40&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONE PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE
By its decision VI/31, the Conference of the Parties to the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal established what has come to be known as the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative. 2. The Mobile Phone Working Group established by the same decision successfully completed its mandate and was disbanded by the Conference of Parties by its decision IX/8. (...) No. 13 reading: Consideration should be given to applying existing voluntary consumer labels for environmentally sound mobile phones, such as the German label “Der Blaue Engel”. 5. (...) No. 2 reading: Refurbishment facilities should take care not to release data stored on the used mobile phones that they receive, and should seek to remove and destroy such data. 6.
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Score: 1129457.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.10/21&Lang=E
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MOBILE PHONES / TRANSMITTED BY THE SMALL GROUP ON MOBILE PHONES
In that document concern was expressed that especially the use of mobile phones interferes with the driver’s attention to his driving task. 2. (...) The small group suggests the following alternatives for an amendment of Article 8, para. 5 of the Vienna Convention: Alternative A It is forbidden for a driver of any vehicle to use a mobile- or car phone. This does not apply, if for the use of the mobile- or car phone it must neither be taken up nor held or wedged. (...) In any case, legislation should prohibit the use by the driver of a mobile- or car phone that is to be taken up, hand-held or wedged between head and shoulder. __________
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Score: 1128279.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2002/15&Lang=E
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REVISION OF THE CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R.E.1) : MOBILE PHONES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GENERAL ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2006/8 4 January 2006 ENGLISH Original: FRENCH ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE Working Party on Road Traffic Safety (Forty-eighth session, 20-22 March 2006, agenda item 5 (l)) REVISION OF THE CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R.E.1) Mobile phones Note by the secretariat The members of WP.1 will find below a draft prepared by the delegation of France concerning the use of mobile phones on board vehicles. (...) GE.06-20084 (E) 090106 310106 ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2006/8 page 2 R.E.1 Section concerning the use of mobile phones on board vehicles Chapter 1. General rules concerning behaviour in traffic 1.4 Mobile phones Mobile phones are very useful - also in cars, where they can provide many services such as notifying the emergency services in the event of an accident, phoning a breakdown mechanic, etc., by making use of the numerous possibilities for stopping inside and outside built-up areas and on motorways. (...) For this reason, legislation in many countries prohibits and punishes the use of a hand-held phone, while tolerating the use of a hands-free mobile phone kit.
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Score: 1125106.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2006/8&Lang=E
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CONOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R.E.1) - AMENDMENT PROPOSALS ON DISTRACTED DRIVING
All the studies have shown that there is a link between using a mobile phone or other communication devices while driving and the increased risk of an accident. (...) Using or even holding a mobile phone or other communication device can easily prevent a driver from performing these tasks correctly and safely. For this reason, legislation in many countries prohibits and punishes the use of a hand-held phone and other communication devices, while nevertheless tolerating the use of hands-free mobile phone kit.
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Score: 1121887 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2017/2&Lang=E
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REVISED CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R. E.1) - AMENDMENT PROPOSALS ON DISTRACTED DRIVING
Using or even holding a mobile phone or other communication device can easily prevent a driver from performing driving task correctly and safely. For this reason, legislation in many countries prohibits and punishes the use of a hand-held phone and other communication devices, while nevertheless tolerating the use of hands-free mobile phone kit. (...) (b) Drivers should stop in an appropriate place if they wish to use a mobile phone or other communication devices for the above purposes.
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Score: 1121283.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/WP.1/2017/2/REV.3&Lang=E
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MEASURING CROSS BORDER MOBILITY- ESTONIA FINLAND
Studying movement of mobile phones between mobile networks enables making generalisations on the flow of people between the countries. (...) Clearly there are many persons who use much cheaper local mobile phone service or do not use mobile phones at all while abroad. (...) Mobile phone technology has developed very fast and people use mobile phones for much more than just calling and texting.
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Score: 1120808.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2014/30&Lang=E
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REVISED CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R. E.1) - AMENDMENT PROPOSALS ON DISTRACTED DRIVING
(b) manual (driver cannot properly control the vehicle whilst he or she is manipulating the mobile phones or other communication devices). (...) Using or even holding a mobile phone or other communication device can easily prevent a driver from performing driving task correctly and safely. (...) Special recommendations regarding the use of mobile phones and other communication devices when the vehicle is moving.
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Score: 1119740.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/WP.1/2017/2/REV.2&Lang=E
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