The Effects of the Draft Regulation on Persistent Organic Pollutants on the Chemical Industry were Discussed. POPs seminar on the effects of the Draft Regulation on Persistent Organic Pollutants on the Chemical industry KIPLAS made in the centre. The draft regulation is expected to have significant impacts on the industry, as there are prohibition, restriction, stock notification, emission reduction and waste management provisions regarding persistent organic pollutants. There will be a 6-month exemption period for substances to be banned or restricted by the draft regulation.
After this period, the remaining materials, if there is no authorized use and if they are over 50 kg, will be considered as stock and will be disposed of by notifying the Ministry.
By the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, taking into account the social and economic effects, at the national and regional level, the EU Permanent Organic Pollutants Prepared as part of the effective implementation of the (POP – POP) Regulation Regulation on Persistent Organic Pollutants Bursev Doğan Artukoğlu, Branch Manager of the Ministry of Environment, General Directorate of Environmental Management, Department of Chemicals Management, Priority Chemicals Management Branch, and Environment and Urban Planning Specialist Ertan Öztürk attended the seminar where the draft and its effects on the chemical industry were discussed.
Artukoğlu reminded that the emission reduction and elimination provisions in the draft Regulation were also introduced within the framework of other legislation, and for chemicals that are widely used in Turkey and have no alternatives. Stockholm Convention He noted that they could request exemption from the Secretariat. Ertan Öztürk, on the other hand, stated that the draft regulation is still open to view and From the Ministry's website He also stated that information can be obtained from kalicikirleticiler.com, which was established within the scope of the project.
Source : IMMIB