Waste Legislation Could Lead to Return of Revoked Authority
- Discussion after the speeches of Jane Seigler and Robert J. Redhead. // Canada-United States Law Journal;1992, Vol. 18, p133
Clarifies issues concerning transboundary movement of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes as discussed by Jane Seigler and Robert J. Redhead. Possible changes after the ratification of the Basel Convention; Differences in the definition of hazardous waste in Canadian law, American law and the...
- The future of migrating waste. // UNESCO Courier;Jun94, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p26
States that the United States is seeking to ban exports of hazardous wastes to most developing countries. Where the waste would be exported; Reaction of U.S. Greenpeace.
- Stop passing the buck on hazardous wastes. // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;3/28/94, Vol. 98 Issue 13, p14
Editorial. Comments on United States Congress proposal to ban exportation of hazardous wastes. Elimination of catastrophic environmental damages; Management accountability; Disposal and treatment sites availability.
- E-waste part of massive toxic trade bust. // Resource Recycling;Mar2012, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p14
The article reports on the investigation conducted by customs officials with regards to the illegal toxic waste trade in Indonesia.
- Europe dodges waste ban to keep toxic trade. MacKenzie, Debora // New Scientist;9/30/95, Vol. 147 Issue 1997, p10
Reports on the plans of the European Union nations to circumvent the banning of exportation of hazardous wastes to developing countries. Strategy of defining of hazardous wastes as nonhazardous wastes.
- Ban on waste exports to go? M.R. // Chemical Week;9/27/1995, Vol. 157 Issue 11, p18
Reports on negotiations on whether to repeal the part of the Basel Convention that bans the export of certain recyclable hazardous wastes from Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries to non-OECD countries. Application of the part of the convention to scrap metal;...
- Danes defend ban on toxic trade. Edwards, Rob // New Scientist;3/25/95, Vol. 145 Issue 1970, p5
Reports on Denmark's defense of the international ban on the exportation of toxic waste to developing countries. Efforts to the recycling industry and the American, Australian and German governments to undermine the ban; Countries covered by the ban.
- Is Asia a plastics waste dump? Roberts, Michael // Chemical Week;9/14/1994, Vol. 155 Issue 9, p22
Presents a Greenpeace report on toxic waste imports into Asia. Lack of protective clothing for workers in Asian recycling facilities; Mishandling of plastic waste exports; Banning of the importation of plastic waste in Indonesia.
- An U.S. perspective on the import and export of hazardous wastes: Towards more effective... Seigler, Jane // Canada-United States Law Journal;1992, Vol. 18, p115
Discusses the significant legislation in the United States concerning the issue of trans-boundary movements of hazardous wastes and other kinds of wastes. American government's interest in the ratification of the Basel Convention; Requirements for exporters and importers of hazardous wastes.