Biota) that were mentioned in the Stockholm Convention, but were not part of the Dirty Dozen such as Perfluorooctone sulfonates (PFOs). 3 Annex Name CAS Number Exemptions. It has been detected in air, sediments, water and in living organisms in remote areas, such as the Arctic, that are distant from areas of intensive use. Use and production, according to the risk management evaluation on endosulfan, adopted by the poprc, endosulfan is an insecticide that has been used since the 1950s to control crop pests, tsetse flies and ectoparasites of cattle and as a wood preservative. National Implementation Plan, the Australian Government has developed a National Implementation Plan (NIP which outlines the actions that Australia: has taken to date in reducing the presence of POPs; and will take in the future göteborgs universitet jarvika to meet its obligations under the Convention. For Australia, an amendment to the annexes takes effect upon ratification of that amendment. Endosulfan bioaccumulates and has the potential for long-range transport. Tetrabromodiphenyl ether and pentabromodiphenylether commercial pentabromodiphenyl ether. However, in some countries, it may be difficult and/or costly to replace endosulfan for specific crop-pest complexes. 297320, archived from the original.
The negotiations for the Convention were completed. Part VII provides "Each Party that has registered for the exemption pursuant to Article 4 for the production and use of hexabromocyclododecane for expanded polystyrene and extruded polystyrene in buildings shall take necessary measures to ensure that expanded polystyrene and extruded polystyrene containing hexabromocyclododecane can. In 2004, 12 POPs were listed in annexes to the Convention. United Nations Environment Programme (unep) called for global action to be taken. The Committee first determines whether the substance fulfills POP screening criteria detailed in Annex D of the Convention, relating to its persistence, bioaccumulation, potential for long-range environmental transport (lret and toxicity.