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Title: National legislation, international conventions and exposure to harmful chemicals
Authors: Hietkamp, S
Keywords: Air pollution
Industrial processes
Environmental management
Rotterdam convention
Dioxin
Cyhexatin
Toxicological Society of South Africa
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Citation: Hietkamp, S. 2006. National legislation, international conventions and exposure to harmful chemicals. Toxicological Society of South Africa, University of Pretoria, 12 June, pp 29.
Abstract: Without legislation pollution is regarded as an “externality” high levels of air and water pollution in Europe resulted increasing industrialisation. Disasters happened e.g. London smog in the 1950 and the first clean air legislation was introduced. The example was followed and improved upon around the world But improvement is still required e.g. in South Africa
Description: Toxicological Society of South Africa, University of Pretoria, 12 June 2006
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3180
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