Environment Watch

Cozier, Muriel
March 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;3/12/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 57, p33
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs on environmental protection. The United Nations (UN)-backed initiative, known as Project Skyhole Patching, that was launched in September 2006, to curb the illegal trade in ozone-depleting chemicals, has reported promising results, according to the UN. The UN, governments, non-governmental organizations, chemical industry and academia have combined to launch a project called Stop The E-waste Problem (STEP) initiative.


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