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" Materials in whatever form (eg solids, liquids, semi-liquids, gases or in a living state) produced for biological and chemical warfare. 8. The preceding paragraphs of this Annex do not apply to substances which are rapidly rendered harmless by physical,... "
Practical Handbook of Estuarine and Marine Pollution - Page 443
by Michael J. Kennish - 1996 - 544 pages
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

Administrative law - 2004
...purpose of incineration at sea if the applicant can demonstrate that the stack emissions consist of substances which are rapidly rendered harmless by...physical, chemical or biological processes in the sea. Incinerator operations shall comply with requirements which 40 CFRCh. I (7-1 -04 Edition) will be established...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

Administrative law - 1994
...incineration at sea if the applicant can demonstrate that the stack emissions consist of substances 227.10 which are rapidly rendered harmless by physical, chemical or biological processes in the sea. Incinerator operations shall comply with requirements which will be established on a case-by-case basis....
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The Changing Global Environement

S. Fred Singer - Science - 1975 - 423 pages
...wastes and materials produced for biological and chemical warfare. The prohibition does not include substances which are rapidly rendered harmless by...biological processes in the sea provided they do not make edible marine organisms unpalatable or endanger human health. The list of materials which require...
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The Scientific Management of Hazardous Wastes

C. B. Cope, W. H. Fuller, S. L. Willetts - Science - 1983 - 480 pages
...solids, liquids, semi-solids, gases, or in a living state) produced for biological and chemical warfare. which are rapidly rendered harmless by physical, chemical...biological processes in the sea provided they do not: (a) make edible marine organisms unpalatable, or (b) endanger human health or that of domestic animals....
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International Organization and Integration: Functional Organizations and ...

P. J. G. Kapteyn - Law - 1984 - 852 pages
...semi-liquids, gases or in a living state) produced for biological and chemical warfare, other than those rapidly rendered harmless by physical, chemical or biological processes in the sea, provided that they do not: (i) Make edible marine organisms unpalatable; or (ii) Endanger human or animal health....
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Engaging Countries: Strengthening Compliance with International ...

Edith Brown Weiss, Harold Karan Jacobson - Law - 2000 - 615 pages
...offshore processing of seabed minerals. There is also an exception for items on the Black List if they are "rapidly rendered harmless by physical, chemical or biological processes in the sea." As with CITES, these are exceptions potentially subject to abuse. The institutional framework for implementing...
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International Management of Hazardous Wastes: The Basel Convention and ...

Katharina Kummer - Law - 1999 - 455 pages
...living state) produced for biological and chemical warfare, 8. With the exception of paragraph 6 above, the preceding paragraphs of this Annex do not apply...biological processes in the sea provided they do not: ti) make edible marine organisms unpalatable, or tii) endanger human health or that of domestic animals,...
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Principles of International Environmental Law

Philippe Sands - Law - 2003 - 1116 pages
...with countries likely to be affected, and with the IMC1.163 The prohibition does not apply to Annex I t, that they do not make edible marine organisms unpalatable or endanger human health or that of domestic...
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International Environmental Law: Fairness, Effectiveness, and World Order

Elli Louka - Law - 2006
...high-level radioactive wastes are absolutely banned. The other prohibitions are not applicable when wastes "are rapidly rendered harmless by physical, chemical, or biological processes in the sea" as long as they do not render edible marine organisms unpalatable and do not endanger the health of...
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