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Belarus - Integrated Solid Waste Management Project : component three - persistent organic pollutant stockpile management (English)

The Republic of Belarus officially acceded to the Stockholm Convention in 2004 and assumed the respective implementation obligations. To implement effective measures on addressing the problem of persistent organic pollutants (POPs), the country has developed the national implementation plan in conformity with Article 7, which became a national program, national plan of the Republic of Belarus for the implementation of its obligations under the Stockholm convention on POPs for 2007-2010 and until 2028 approved by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Belarus. Belarus is planning to implement the Integrated Solid Waste Management Project financed by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) loan. The project includes the POPs Stockpile management component (the POPs component), which will addresses the project development objective of assisting Belarus to manage present and future POPs stockpiles within the framework of the country's development of hazardous waste management capacity. This component will be financed by the global environment facility (GEF) with the World Bank as the implementing agency.

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Belarus - Integrated Solid Waste Management Project : component three - persistent organic pollutant stockpile management (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/632971468013864089/Belarus-Integrated-Solid-Waste-Management-Project-component-three-persistent-organic-pollutant-stockpile-management