Chemicals & waste management: Overview of the Inter-Org. Prog. for the Sound Management of Chemicals

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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Chemicals & waste management: Overview of the Inter-Org. Prog. for the Sound Management of Chemicals” – below is their description.

Mercury, pesticides, and lead in paint are among the specific areas of work of the IOMC (Inter-Organization Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals). This video also presents the overall structure and goals of the IOMC: a programme dedicated to the chemicals and waste management as one of the ways to achieve every aspect of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

More information: https://partnership.who.int/iomc

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