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It is suggested that this activity be carried out by authorized recycling companies that specialize in reconditioning. Recycling and recovery: This process involves the recovery of devices, components and material. The dismantling can be manual or semi-manual. The recovery of materials is part of the WEEE recycling process, especially for metal recovery, which requires specialized facilities and investment. (...) (ITU, 2013) Recycling and recovery of e-waste The process of recycling of e-waste enables the recovery of metals and/or scarce materials that serve as raw material for the production of EEE.
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Score: 837970.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page17.html
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A survey of the relevant organisations’ specific processes could be used to identify the leading organisations’ alternative administrative processes. 5. (...) The outcome of the best practice/benchmarking process would provide the basis for the ITU to decide on how to implement new and improved processes that put it at the leading edge within the UN in terms of efficiency and cost effectiveness. (...) An MBG study of best practices within ITU cost recovery services could potentially identify the following three categories: 1. services provided efficiently in line with best practices and/or where the internal service provision provides key support to other internal processes within the ITU; 2. services where efficiencies could be gained through adopting processes identified within best practice organisations; and 3. a cost recovery service outsourced by best practice organisations and not provided at a best practice level by the ITU.
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Score: 826729.5 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...2007/18Jun/pd/MBG01_11_AUS.doc
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A survey of the relevant organisations’ specific processes could be used to identify the leading organisations’ alternative administrative processes. 5. (...) The outcome of the best practice/benchmarking process would provide the basis for the ITU to decide on how to implement new and improved processes that put it at the leading edge within the UN in terms of efficiency and cost effectiveness. (...) An MBG study of best practices within ITU cost recovery services could potentially identify the following three categories: 1. services provided efficiently in line with best practices and/or where the internal service provision provides key support to other internal processes within the ITU; 2. services where efficiencies could be gained through adopting processes identified within best practice organisations; and 3. a cost recovery service outsourced by best practice organisations and not provided at a best practice level by the ITU.
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Score: 826729.5 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...2007/18jun/pd/MBG01_11_AUS.doc
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Cost recovery for the processing by the radiocommunications Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Council Sessions Cost recovery for the processing by the radiocommunications INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION   COUNCIL Document C97/133-E 27 June 1997 Original: English GENEVA — 1997 SESSION — (18 - 27 JUNE)   resolution 1113 (approved at the tenth Plenary Meeting) cost recovery for the processing by the radiocommunication bureau of space notifications   The Council, considering a) Resolution 39 (Kyoto, 1994) on strengthening the financial base of the ITU; b) Document C97/66 and Corr.1 containing the recommendations of ITU-2000; c) Document C97/56 on cost attribution plan and options for cost recovery; d) Document C97/57 on cost analysis of the processing by the Radiocommunication Bureau of space and terrestrial notifications, also considering the ongoing process of review of the ITU's frequency coordination and planning framework for satellite networks (Resolution 18 (Kyoto, 1994)) and the fact that this review is on the agenda of WRC-97, recognizing that there may be a need to consider the overall impact of a general move towards cost recovery on the present character and financial basis of the Union, resolves 1 to adopt the principle of full recovery of processing costs for the production of the Special Sections of the Weekly Circular for space radiocommunication services concerning advance publications, requests for coordination or agreement (Radio Regulations Article 11, Article 14, Resolutions 33, 46, etc.) and requests for modification of space service Plans contained in AP30/30A/30B; 2 to instruct the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau to conduct a cost-recovery study to include detailed costs and draft provisions as well as the appropriate procedures so that the decision of the Council outlined in resolves 1 above can be implemented at the earliest possible date, taking into account the relevant decisions of WRC-97 and, in particular, those resulting from a consideration of Resolution 18 (Kyoto, 1994) and to submit this study to the 1998 Council for consideration;   3 to instruct the Secretary-General to develop fee schedules, for the activities listed in resolves 1, based on full cost allocation with a view to include income and expenditure in future budgets of the Union for consideration at the 1998 Council and, as appropriate, subsequent action by the Plenipotentiary Conference, 1998; 4 to instruct the Secretary-General, in consultation with the Directors of the three Bureaux, to identify other products and services that could be subject to cost recovery and to develop appropriate detailed provisions and associated procedures, including fee schedules based on full cost allocation, for consideration by the 1998 Council.    
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Score: 823789.3 - https://www.itu.int/council/index97/1997/133/133.html
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BR Activitiescurrently included in cost recovery - 8 - INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Ad hoc Group of Council for the Financial Plan (Resolution 1197) Document 1-E 25 July 2002 GENEVA — (29-31 JULY 2002) Report by the Chairman of the Ad hoc Group on Cost Recovery on Satellite Network Filings 1 Introduction 1.1 Council-02 established the ad-hoc Group on cost recovery on Satellite Network Filings, in Council Decision 510, to consider the alternative basis for charging that does not depend on numbers of pages and to determine the factors to be considered for the evaluation, as well as the practical implications of applying cost attribution to activities associated with the processing of satellite network filings towards the application of full cost recovery. (...) The group agreed in principle to recommend extending cost recovery to include other work associated with processing satellite network filings and also other aspects of the Space Services Departments activities, subject to clarification of the details of the reallocated costs. (...) New Time Survey Cost (in CHF) Total BR Costs 12388205 Total General Secretariat Reallocated Costs 6300092 Total 18688297 3.3 Additional Satellite Network Filing Activities New activities included in cost recovery associated with the processing of satellite network filings including using the new time survey completed in 2001 (see § 3 of Annex 1).
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Score: 819201.5 - https://www.itu.int/council/fi...1-report%20from%20adhocSNF.doc
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To strengthen the institutional environment for implementation of the recovery programme, the Government of El Salvador is in the process of adopting a regulatory framework. (...) These documents articulate the key recovery processes and principles of assistance to countries. (...) The draft policy states that recovery programmes should be informed by risks. It also advocates for recovery and reconstruction processes to rebuild natural assets, restore degraded land and regenerate biodiversity, and use renewable energy, thus contributing to reducing the impacts of climate change.
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Score: 818230.2 - https://www.undp.org/blog/stre...-management-sustainable-future
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To strengthen the institutional environment for implementation of the recovery programme, the Government of El Salvador is in the process of adopting a regulatory framework. (...) These documents articulate the key recovery processes and principles of assistance to countries. (...) The draft policy states that recovery programmes should be informed by risks. It also advocates for recovery and reconstruction processes to rebuild natural assets, restore degraded land and regenerate biodiversity, and use renewable energy, thus contributing to reducing the impacts of climate change.
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Score: 813422.27 - https://www.undp.org/latin-ame...engthening-disaster-management
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Disaster risk management for health is everybody’s business No single organization or government agency can address the full requirements of the recovery process. Recovery from disasters requires an integrated and multisectoral effort, with the health sector playing a critical role. (...) Partnerships should drive the health sector recovery process to ensure that it is inclusive, responsive and sustainable. “We have high hopes that the two-day discussion on how best to advocate for health sector recovery as a vital component in the overall post-disaster recovery processes would be enriched by the experiences of our Member States in the Region,” says Dr Li Ailan, Director of Health Security and Emergencies WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific.
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Score: 813097.6 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...ector-recovery-after-disasters
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Disaster risk management for health is everybody’s business No single organization or government agency can address the full requirements of the recovery process. Recovery from disasters requires an integrated and multisectoral effort, with the health sector playing a critical role. (...) Partnerships should drive the health sector recovery process to ensure that it is inclusive, responsive and sustainable. “We have high hopes that the two-day discussion on how best to advocate for health sector recovery as a vital component in the overall post-disaster recovery processes would be enriched by the experiences of our Member States in the Region,” says Dr Li Ailan, Director of Health Security and Emergencies WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific.
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Score: 813097.6 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...ector-recovery-after-disasters
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Disaster risk management for health is everybody’s business No single organization or government agency can address the full requirements of the recovery process. Recovery from disasters requires an integrated and multisectoral effort, with the health sector playing a critical role. (...) Partnerships should drive the health sector recovery process to ensure that it is inclusive, responsive and sustainable. “We have high hopes that the two-day discussion on how best to advocate for health sector recovery as a vital component in the overall post-disaster recovery processes would be enriched by the experiences of our Member States in the Region,” says Dr Li Ailan, Director of Health Security and Emergencies WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific.
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Score: 813097.6 - https://www.who.int/australia/...ector-recovery-after-disasters
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