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Fourth meeting of the Expert Group

17 - 19 March 2003

Oslo, Norway

Report to the Working Group on Strategies and Review (including results of the fourth meeting): 

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EB.AIR/WG.5/2003/3

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Dossiers of information on substances not included in the Protocol, provided by national experts:

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Dicofol (Netherlands)

Endosulfan (Germany)
(updated version 2004)

Short-chain Chlorinated Parafins (Canada)

Pentachlorophenol (Poland)

Not completed

Addendum to the dossier on Pentabromodiphenyl ether (prepared by Finland/Sweden):

Information exchange among experts (transmitted as received):

Report to the Working Group on Strategies and Review (including results of the third meeting): 

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EB.AIR/WG.5/2002/2

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Compendium of substance-related information

Executive summary

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I. SCHEDULED REASSESSMENTS  

DDT

Dossier

DDT in Dicofol

Dossier

Heptachlor

Dossier

Lindane

Dossier

Polychlorinated Terphenyls, PCTs

Dossier

Ugilec

Dossier

II. INFORMATION ON SUBSTANCES NOT INCLUDED IN THE PROTOCOL  

Hexachlorobutadiene (Netherlands)

Dossier

Pentabromodiphenyl ether (Finland/Sweden)

Dossier / annex

Pentachlorobenzene (Netherlands)

Dossier

Polychlorinated naphthalenes (Netherlands)

Dossie

Other dossiers in progress

Dicofol (Netherlands)

Short-chain Chlorinated Parafins (Canada)

Pentachlorophenol (Poland)

Other material on POPs prepapred in the framework of the Convention

Report of the Task Force on Health to the Working Group on Effects:

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Summary report of the second meeting   Download

Documents used for the selection of substances for the POPs Protocol initially could be useful for Parties that were preparing proposals for additional substances.   The documents reflect the state of knowledge of 1995/96 and may also be a useful historical record to make the selection of POPs transparent.  They provide a database on individual substances and much of the information remains relevant.  The documents also show the gaps in knowledge that existed in 1995/96.  The documents can be found at:http://www.aeat.co.uk/netcen/airqual/reports/unece/pops/pops.html

Report of the first meeting

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French

Russian

6-8 November 2000, The Hague, Netherlands

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