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An annual assessment of actions via governmental and non-governmental agencies referring to treatments for worldwide toxins, including clinical and technical reviews containing surveys of toxins within the maritime setting.

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This treaty requires the contracting parties to prevent, reduce, and control pollution in the Convention area from any source including, inter alia, those resulting from the storage of toxic and 23 • • hazardous wastes and disposal into the seabed and subsoil of the Convention area of radioactive waste or other radioactive matter; Protocol concerning Cooperation in Combating Marine Pollution Emergencies in the South Pacific Region; Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the South Pacific Region by dumping which reflects the provisions of both the London Dumping Convention and the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention.

Inventory of radioactive wastes entering the sea This was requested by the Contracting Parties at the Ninth Meeting. The IAEA offered to explore the potential for a future extension of its data base to develop an inventory of all radionuclides entering the marine environment. 1). The next Consultative Meeting will be informed of the progress made. Liability procedures concerning disposal at sea of radioactive wastes were deferred to a group of legal experts. Definitions of the level above which dumping may not take place and Recommendations, including environmental assessments, site selection and operational requirements which are to be implemented, were revised by IAEA and introduced at the Meeting.

The next Consultative Meeting will be informed of the progress made. Liability procedures concerning disposal at sea of radioactive wastes were deferred to a group of legal experts. Definitions of the level above which dumping may not take place and Recommendations, including environmental assessments, site selection and operational requirements which are to be implemented, were revised by IAEA and introduced at the Meeting. Intergovernmental panel of experts This panel was set up to follow up Resolution No 21 of the Ninth Consultative Meeting, whereby a moratorium on all radioactive waste dumping was imposed.

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