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Reports and Publications

Mercury added products: Country situation analysis in Bangladesh (Product inventory and emission source identification
Environment and Social Development Organization (ESDO)
2015

 

Developing national strategies for phasing out mercury-containing thermometers and sphygmomanometers in health care, including in the context of the Minamata Convention on Mercury
World Health Organization (WHO)
2015

 

Replacing mercury-added products and promoting improved management of mercury-added products waste in Madagascar
Mars 2015

 

Promoting the ‘phase down’ Approach of Dental Amalgam in Developing Countries – Tanzania
October 2014

 

Promoting the phase down of dental amalgam in developing countries
UNEP - WHO
September 2014

 

East Africa Dental Amalgam Phase-down Project EADAP - Kenya
March 2014

 

East Africa Dental Amalgam Phase-down Project EADAP - Uganda
February 2014

 

Occupational Exposure to Elemental Mercury in Odontology / Dentistry
The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production, Umass Lowell
April 2012

 

Eliminating Mercury in Health Care
The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production, Umass Lowell
Fall 2012

 

Brochure on alternatives to mercury-added products
UNEP Global Mercury Partnership

 

The Environmental Economics of a Global Ban on Mercury-added Products
Swedish Chemicals Agency
November 2011

 

Economics of Conversion to Mercury-Free Products (US and EU experiences)
October 2011

 

Future Use of Materials for Dental Restoration
World Health Organization (WHO)
Report of the meeting convened on 16-17 November 2009

 

Options for reducing mercury use in products and applications, and the fate of mercury already circulating in society
European Commission Directorate-General Environment
September 2008

 

Mercury substitution priority working list
Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen
2007

 

Alternatives to mercury containing measuring devices
Danish Ministry of Environment
2006

 

Policy Paper: Mercury in Health Care
World Health Organization (WHO)
August 2005

 

An Investigation of Alternatives to Mercury Containing Products
The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production, Umass Lowell
January 2003