Changes Of Annex Iii Of The Rotterdam Convention On The Procedure Of Prior Informed Consent For Certain Hazardous Chemicals And Pesticides In International...

Original Language Title: Änderungen der Anlage III des Rotterdamer Übereinkommens über das Verfahren der vorherigen Zustimmung nach Inkenntnissetzung für bestimmte gefährliche Chemikalien sowie Pestizide im international...

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156. changes of annex III of the Rotterdam Convention on the procedure of prior informed consent for certain hazardous chemicals and pesticides in international trade

On the basis of § 5 para 1 No. 6 of the Federal law about the Gazette 2004 (BGBlG) Federal Law Gazette I no. 100/2003 as amended, will be published:

At its first session from 20 to 24 September 2004 has informed the Conference of the parties of the Rotterdam Convention on the prior consent procedure for certain hazardous chemicals and pesticides in international trade (BGBl. III No. 67/2005 idF BGBl. III No. 106/2009) approved the following changes of the system III of the Rotterdam Convention:

RC-1/3: Amendments to annex III

The Conference of the parties,

Noting with appreciation the work of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee and the interim Chemical Review Committee,



1. Decides to adopt, in structures with the procedure laid down in article 8 and paragraph 5 of article 22 of the Rotterdam Convention, the amendments to annex III set out in the annex to the present decision;

2. all the amendments shall that into force on 1 February then enter decides in 2005, except for the amendments made by paragraph 1 (a) and (b) of the annex to the present decision, which shall into force on 1 January 2006 enter.

Annex

Amendments to annex III to the Rotterdam Convention

1. the following existing entries shall be deleted:

 





(a)





Monocrotophos (soluble liquid formulations of the substance that exceed 600 g active ingredient/I)





6923-22-4





Severely hazardous pesticide formulation







(b)





Parathion (all formulations - aerosols, dustable powder (DP), emulsifiable concentrate (EC), granules (GR) and wettable powders (WP) - of this substance are included, except capsule suspensions (CS))





56-38-2





Severely hazardous pesticide formulation







(c)





Crocidolite





12001-28-4





Industrial





2. in the first column, the entry for "2,4,5-t" shall be replaced by "2,4,5-t and its salts and esters".

3. the following entry shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "Aldrin":

 



Binapacryl





485-31-4





Pesticide




4. the following entry shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "dieldrin":

 





DINITRO-ortho-cresol (DNOC) and its salts (such as ammonium salt, potassium salt and sodium salt)





534-52-1





Pesticide







 





2980-64-5





 







 





5787-96-2





 







 





2312-76-7





 





5. in the first column, the entry for "dinoseb and dinoseb salts" shall be replaced by "Dinoseb and its salts and esters".

6 the following entries shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "1,2-dibromoethane":

 





Ethylene dichloride





107-06-2





Pesticide







Ethylene oxide





75-21-8





Pesticide





7 the following entries shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "Mercury compounds":

 





Monocrotophos





6923-22-4





Pesticide







Parathion





56-38-2





Pesticide





8. in the first column, the entry for "Pentachlorophenol" shall be replaced by "Pentachlorophenol and its salts and esters".

9 the following entries shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "pentachlorophenol":

 





Toxaphene





8001-35-2





Pesticide







 





 





 







Dustable powder formulations containing a combination of:





 





Severely hazardous pesticide formulation







-Benomyl at or above 7 per cent,.





17804-35-2





 







-Carbofuran at or above 10 per cent, and





1563-66-2





 







-Thiram at or above 15 per cent





137-26-8





 





10. in the first column, the entry for methyl parathion (emulsifiable concentrates (EC) with 19.5%, 40%, 50%, 60% active ingredient and dusts containing 1.5%, 2% and 3% active ingredient) shall be replaced by "methyl-parathion (emulsifiable MPC (EC) at or above 19.5% active ingredient and dusts at or above 1.5% active ingredient)".

11 the following entry shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "Methyl-parathion":

 





Asbestos:





 





 







-Actinolite





77536-66-4





Industrial







-Anthophyllite





77536-67-5





Industrial







-Amosite





12172-73-5





Industrial







-Crocidolite





12001-28-4





Industrial







-Tremolite





77536-68-6





Industrial





12 the following entries shall be listed in the three columns after the entry for "Polychlorinated terphenyls":

 





Tetraethyl lead





78-00-2





Industrial







Tetramethyl lead





75-74-1





Industrial





13. in the second column of the entry for "2,4,5-t", "93-76-5" shall be replaced by "(93-76-5*)"; in the second column of the entry for "dinoseb and dinoseb salts", "88-85-7" shall be replaced by "(88-85-7*)"; in the second column of the entry for "pentachlorophenol", "87-86-5" shall be replaced by "(87-86-5*)"; and the following footnote shall be inserted at the end of annex III:

______________________

) Only the CAS numbers of parent compounds are listed. For a list of other relevant CAS numbers, reference may be made to the relevant decision guidance document.

 



(Translation)



RC-1/3: Modifications of annex III

The Conference of the parties,

in recognition of the work carried out by the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee and the interim Chemical Review Committee,



1. Decides, in accordance with article 8 and article 22 paragraph 5 of the Rotterdam Convention laid down procedures to adopt in changes Appendix III, contained in the annex to this decision;

2. Decides that any changes come into force on February 1, 2005; about this except the changes by paragraph 1 are lit. a and b of the annex to this decision, which come into force on January 1, 2006.

Plant

Changes of annex III of the Rotterdam Convention

1. the following entries are deleted:

 





(a)





Monocrotophos

(soluble liquid formulations of the substance, whose active ingredient more than 600 g / l)





6923-22-4





Very hazardous pesticide formulation







(b)





Parathion (all formulations - aerosols, verstäubbares powder, emulsifiable concentrate, granules and wettable powders - this substance are included, but no capsule suspensions)





56-38-2





Very hazardous pesticide formulation







(c)





Crocidolite





12001-28-4





Industrial chemical





2. in the first column, the entry for "2,4,5-t" by "2,4,5-t and its salts and esters" is replaced.

3. the following entry is inserted in the three columns after the entry for "Aldrin":

 



Binapacryl





485-31-4





Pesticide




4. the following entry is inserted in the three columns after the entry for "Dieldrin":

 





DINITRO-ortho-cresol (DNOC) and its salts

(such as ammonium salt, potassium salt and sodium salt)





534-52-1





Pesticide







 





2980-64-5





 







 





5787-96-2





 







 





2312-76-7





 





5. in the first column, the entry for "Dinoseb and dinoseb salts" by "Dinoseb and its salts and esters" will be replaced.

6. the following entries are inserted in the three columns after the entry for "1,2 dibromoethane":

 





1,2-dichloroethane





107-06-2





Pesticide







Ethylene oxide





75-21-8





Pesticide





7. the following entries are inserted in the three columns after the entry for "Mercury compounds":

 





Monocrotophos





6923-22-4





Pesticide







Parathion





56-38-2





Pesticide





8. in the first column, the entry for "Pentachlorophenol" is replaced by "Pentachlorophenol and its salts and esters".

9. the following entries are inserted in the three columns after the entry for "Pentachlorophenol":

 





Toxaphene





8001-35-2





Pesticide







 





 





 








Verstäubbare powder formulations containing a combination of:





 





Very hazardous pesticide formulation







-at least 7% benomyl,





17804-35-2





 







-at least 10% carbofuran and





1563-66-2





 







-at least 15% thiram





137-26-8





 





10. in the first column, the entry "Methylparathion (certain formulations emulgierbarer Parathionmethyl concentrates with active ingredient content of 19,5%, 40%, 50%, 60% and dusts containing 1.5%, 2% and 3% active ingredient)" is through "methylparathion (certain formulations of emulgierbarer methylparathion concentrates containing at least 19.5% active ingredient and dusts containing at least 1.5% active ingredient)" replaced.

11. the following entry is inserted in the three columns after the entry for "Methylparathion":

 





Asbestos:





 





 







-Actinolite





77536-66-4





Industrial chemical







-Anthophyllite





77536-67-5





Industrial chemical







-Amosite





12172-73-5





Industrial chemical







-Crocidolite





12001-28-4





Industrial chemical







-Tremolite





77536-68-6





Industrial chemical





12. the following entries are inserted in the three columns after the entry for "polychlorinated terphenyls":

 





Bleitetraethyl





78-00-2





Industrial chemical







Bleitetramethyl





75-74-1





Industrial chemical





13. in the second column of the entry for "2,4,5-t" is "93-76-5" by "(93-76-5*)" replaced, "88-85-7" by "(88-85-7*) in the second column of the entry for"Dinoseb and dinoseb salts"" replaced, "87-86-5" by "(87-86-5*) in the second column of the entry for"Pentachlorophenol"" replaced, and the following footnote is added at the end of annex III:

_______________________

) The CAS number for the parent compound only. Information on other relevant CAS numbers are in the respective document to support the decision process to find.

Ostermayer