7 edition of International trade in hazardous waste found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -186) and index.
|Statement||D. Kofi Asante-Duah, Imre V. Nagy.|
|Contributions||Nagy, Imre V.|
|LC Classifications||TD1063.T83 A83 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 186 p.:|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||98168819|
The phenomenal increase in the generation of hazardous wastes coupled with various barriers to local disposal has led to the thriving international trade in these environmentally hazardous substances. This paper examines the nature of the international trade in hazardous wastes and the ethical issues associated with such business by: international measures to address the hazardous waste trade is due to a combination of factors, including the weakness of the measures adopted, the illegal waste trade and the lack of will on the part of some of the more cash-strapped Southern : Zada Lipman.
Transboundary Waste Trade. Hazardous waste generation and international movement of hazardous waste pose some important health, environmental, legal, and ethical dilemmas. Shipping hazardous wastes from rich communities to poor communities is a global problem. [Book review of:] International Trade in Recyclable and Hazardous Waste in Asia Edited by Michikazu Kojima and Etsuyo Michida. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., , pp., ISBN 1 0Author: P.J.H. van Beukering.
These are only a few of the human costs exacted by the world's new commerce in hazardous waste. A disturbing, illicit side to this growing trade evokes other images as well: ghost ships laden with toxic cargo, midnight haulers, and shadowy characters in a business with few rules. The United States International Trade Commission is an independent, nonpartisan, quasi-judicial federal agency that fulfills a range of trade-related mandates. We provide high-quality, leading-edge analysis of international trade issues to the President and the Congress. The Commission is a highly regarded forum for the adjudication of intellectual property and trade disputes.
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This book discusses the need for a regulated and informed forum for international trade in hazardous waste. It is argued that with careful planning, health and ecological risks can be minimized and net economic benefits realized.
The fate of hazardous wastes. Background to the waste trade problem. A prognosis: can the waste trade be controlled. Coming to terms with the international trade in hazardous waste. Legislative-regulatory controls affecting waste management schemes.
Environmental laws in North America. The general character of hazardous waste legislation in Europe. Get this from a library.
International trade in hazardous waste. [D Kofi Asante-Duah; Imre V Nagy] International trade in hazardous waste book This book discusses the need for a regulated and informed forum for international trade in hazardous waste.
It is argued that with careful planning, health and ecological risks can be minimized and. By the early s, the international trade in hazardous waste was a multi-billion dollar industry (Rauscher, ) driving research on this market and its impacts in regions like the European.
International trade in toxic waste Just as VCRs, cars, and laundry soap are traded across borders, so too is the waste that accompanies their production.
In the United States alone, industrial production accounts for at least million lb ( million kg) of hazardous waste a year. The industries of other developed nations also produce waste.
Several international agreements may affect U.S. hazardous waste import and export practices. These include the Basel Convention, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Council Decision, and bilateral agreements between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
EPA has added hazardous waste aerosol cans to the federal universal waste program. Find out more about the streamlined standards for this common waste stream. EPA recently issued a memo that focuses attention on EPA’s regulations that apply to the reverse flow of unsold retail items.
Updated Small Business Guide Now Available. GROSS: So just a few months ago, countries signed an amendment to the Basel Convention that restricts international trade in hazardous waste. So what's this new edition. This book discusses the need for a regulated and informed forum for international trade in hazardous waste.
The authors argue that with careful planning, health and ecological risks can be minimized and net economic benefits realized : Taylor And Francis. book review International Trade in Recyclable and Hazardous Waste in Asia, edited by Michikazu Kojima and Etsuyo Michida. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.,pp., ISBN 1 0, cloth, $Author: van Beukering, J H Pieter.
This book discusses the need for a regulated and informed forum for international trade in hazardous waste.
The authors argue that with careful planning, health and ecological risks can be minimized and net economic benefits realized fairly. The book examines the key parameters that should be consid.
of the movement of hazardous waste. Consequently international, regional, and national rules and laws have been drafted, amended, and adopted on the issue of transboundary movement of hazardous waste.
The priority has been placed on waste minimization and waste disposal at source, though there has been recognition that other options may be as File Size: KB. In the “Key Concepts” section of the handbook, there is no mention or reference, implicit or explicit, to “waste” or “pollution” as key “concepts” of international environmental law.
13 When the book does include it, as in the chapter on Hazardous Substances and Activities, waste is understood as a discrete problem circumscribed Cited by: 1. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT – International Issues In Hazardous Waste Management - Felix B.
Dayo, Babajide I. Alo and Adeolu Ojo ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) have been slow to adopt such waste reduction policies. Some areas to be pursued in hazardous waste management are accelerated File Size: KB. In recent years, international trade in toxic waste and hazardous technologies by firms in rich industrialized countries has emerged as a routine practice.
Many poor countries have accepted these deadly imports but are ill equipped to manage the materials safely. For more than a decade, environmentalists and the governments of developing countries have lobbied intensively and. hazardous waste,3 the international trade of that waste has been encouraged by global economic relationships.
Extensive and increasingly inexpensive transport and communications networks, put in place for trade in commodities, has only facilitated the trade in toxic wastes. This movement was driven by cost factors. The most significant international agreement, however, is the Basel Convention on the Control of the Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Waste and Their Disposal.
This treaty, referred to as the Basel Convention or the Basel Pact, provided the world with the first clear set of principles for controlling the international trade in toxic waste. Full text of "International Trade in Hazardous and Nuclear Waste by Elli Louka" See other formats. Little is known about the volume of international recycling in Asia, the problems caused and the struggle to properly manage the trade.
This pathbreaking book addresses this gap in the literature, and provides a comprehensive overview of the international trade flow of recyclable waste in Asia and related issues.
many hazardous wastes are exported for activities such as resource recovery, recycling or re-use. According to OECD estimates, the amount of recoverable metals or metal-bearing wastes subject to international trade in was valued at US $16 billion. Trade in hazardous waste with developing countries is very controversial.
While recovery of. International Environmental Law and the Global South - edited by Shawkat Alam September Trade in Hazardous Waste; Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
International Environmental Law and the Global South. Edited by Shawkat Alam, Author: Zada Lipman.Downloadable! This paper combines a gravity model with country characteristics to examine trade in hazardous waste.
A significant pollution haven effect is observed as rising per capita income reduces the amount of hazardous waste countries’ import. However, this effect is outweighed by high‐income countries’ relative capital abundance, and by rising GDP creating larger increases.
"The book does a very good job covering the issue of the trade in hazardous waste, a key issue in global environmental justice. There is a wealth of information in the book and an explicit tying of hazardous waste transfers to global capitalism is a key pointPrice: $