Environmentally Sound Management and Elimination of PCBs in Russia. Executive Summary of the report of Phase 2: Feasibility Study Supporting Documentation of the Multilateral Cooperative Project on Phase-out of PCB Use, and Management of PCB-contaminated Wastes in the Russian Federation. AMAP Report 2003:4.
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
AMAP , PCBs , Russian Federation
"This publication is the EXECUTIVE SUMMARY of the Second Phase of the Multilateral Cooperative project on Phase-out of PCB Use, and Management of PCB-contaminated Wastes in the Russian Federation. The objective of the Phase 2 set of reports is to provide supporting documentation for the feasibility study on different issues related to phasing out of PCB use and managing PCB-contaminated wastes in Russia. Phase 2 of the project was implemented during 2001-2002, mainly by the Russian Expert Group and the Centre for International Projects (CIP) operating as the Russian Performing Entity, with active involvement of the experts designated by the other Arctic Council members. In this connection, the Steering Group would like to express its appreciation to the members of the Russian Expert Group, the CIP staff, and all experts from Russian ministries, research institutions and enterprises, and to the western experts, who have contributed their time, effort, and knowledge to the success of this work."