Review of progress towards elimination of PCBs

The Conference of the Parties to the Stockholm Convention reviews progress towards elimination of PCBs (paragraph (h) of Part II of Annex A to the Convention), every four years at its ordinary meetings, taking into account the information provided in the national reports submitted by Parties pursuant to Article 15 of the Convention.

At its eighth meeting, the Conference of the Parties adopted decision SC-8/3, by which it established a small intersessional working group, working by electronic means and, subject to the availability of funding, through a face-to-face meeting, to prepare a report on progress towards the elimination of PCBs for consideration by the Conference of the Parties at its ninth meeting. Following paragraph 9 of that decision, Colombia is serving as lead country in the preparation of the report.

Invitation to respond to an online questionnaire

The small intersessional working group prepared an online questionnaire for the review of progress towards the elimination of PCB to collect additional information from Parties and Observers to the Stockholm Convention. All Parties and Observers to the Convention are invited to respond to the questionnaire, either online or on the Word format, and submit the responses to the Secretariat by 30 September 2018.

Title
Download
Invitation to respond to an online questionnaire for the review of progress towards the elimination of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) by 30 September 2018
Questionnaire for the review of progress towards the elimination of PCB
Q3.2 PCB quantitative data

Submissions

 

SubmitterTitleDateEnglish
Items: 54Load time table: 1497.6278 msec  
ArgentinaEmail12/12/201866.93 K 19.22 K
AustraliaEmail10/04/2018385.35 K 28.12 K
AzerbaijanEmail06/11/201878.87 K
Bosnia and HerzegovinaEmail04/12/201872.23 K 15.84 K
BrazilOnline questionnaire10/10/201820.76 K
CameroonEmail25/09/2018167 K 56.24 K
CanadaOnline questionnaire28/09/201820.95 K 16.28 K
ChileOnline questionnaire27/08/201819.67 K
ColombiaOnline questionnaire02/10/201820.17 K 21.71 K
Costa RicaOnline questionnaire08/10/201819.75 K 15.01 K
Côte d'IvoireOnline questionnaire24/10/201819 K
CroatiaEmail02/10/2018182.5 K 21.12 K
CyprusEmail05/11/2018166.5 K 40.5 K
DenmarkOnline questionnaire27/09/201820.09 K 19.87 K
EcuadorEmail30/10/201871.18 K 15.69 K
El SalvadorOnline questionnaire26/09/201819.6 K 14.51 K
EritreaEmail20/08/201873.69 K 15.29 K
EstoniaOnline questionnaire30/09/201820.35 K 16.82 K
FinlandEmail02/11/201868.94 K
GermanyOnline questionnaire02/10/201822.07 K 14.93 K
GhanaEmail02/11/201866.79 K
GuatemalaOnline questionnaire09/10/201819.97 K 17.06 K
GuatemalaOnline questionnaire16/10/201819.11 K 35.29 K
IndiaEmail08/10/2018386.64 K
JapanEmail25/10/201872.16 K 19.26 K
KazakhstanEmail05/11/2018215.87 K 81.29 K 56.41 K
KenyaOnline questionnaire09/08/201817.37 K
KyrgyzstanEmail03/11/201866.64 K 14.68 K
MaldivesEmail05/11/201866.53 K 14.94 K
MaliEmail02/09/201865.61 K
MexicoOnline questionnaire02/10/201820.46 K 17.59 K
Micronesia (Federated States of)Online questionnaire07/09/201815.89 K
MonacoOnline questionnaire25/07/201816.9 K
MozambiqueEmail12/09/201877.54 K
NetherlandsEmail20/11/201896.8 K 18.38 K
NorwayOnline questionnaire28/09/201821.09 K
PhilippinesEmail20/09/2018489.85 K 17.33 K
PortugalEmail31/10/201867.01 K 15.67 K
RomaniaEmail16/11/201867.06 K 16.93 K
Russian FederationEmail26/11/2018259.41 K
Russian FederationEmail – informal translation to English26/11/201882.29 K
SenegalEmail19/11/201877.63 K 21.85 K
SerbiaEmail02/11/201870.13 K 21.38 K
SlovakiaEmail08/11/201866.63 K 19.27 K
SloveniaEmail23/11/201872.21 K 16.13 K
SpainEmail25/10/201812.6 K
State of PalestineOnline questionnaire04/11/201817.37 K
SurinameEmail05/10/201857.45 K 15.11 K
SwedenOnline questionnaire21/09/201821.58 K 29.71 K
SwitzerlandEmail30/11/201872.61 K 2.42 MB 17.51 K
TajikistanEmail30/10/201879.75 K 14.95 K
The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaEmail31/10/201863.81 K 15.52 K
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandEmail04/10/201884.09 K 24.67 K
YemenOnline questionnaire24/09/201820.45 K 18.22 K

Online meetings

Members of the small intersessional working group

The experts nominated in accordance with paragraph 10 of that decision are listed below:

Parties/Observers

Expert

Argentina

Mr. Agustín Harte

Canada

Ms. Cynthia Bainbridge

Colombia (Lead country)

Mr. Edwin Camelo Martínez

Czech Republic

Mr. Jaromír Manhart

Ecuador

Mr. Mario Rodas Talbot

Ghana

Mr. Sam Adu-Kumi

Germany

Ms. Heidelore Fiedler

Japan

Mr. Yo Osada

Romania

Ms. Mihaela Claudia Paun

Sweden

Mr. John Lotoft

Tunisia

Ms. Aziza Hamorouni Kerrou

Observer

Ms. Anna Ortiz

Observer

Mr. Allan Astrup Jensen

Observer

Mr. Ian Webber

Observer

Ms. Jacqueline Alvarez

Observer

Ms. Lee Bell

Observer

Mr. Michael Mueller

Observer

Mr. Roland Weber

Observer

Ms. Silvia Oliviero Ghietto

Observer

Mr. Thomas Dawance

Observer

Mr. Tumiatti Vander

Observer

Mr. Urs Wagner

Observer

Mr. Victor Estellano

Reference: