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South Africa
Ozone Unit Contact Persons
  Ministry: Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT)
Address: Private Bag X447
Pretoria 0001
South Africa
Contact: Mr. Sam S. Manikela
Position: Coordonnatrice du Bureau Ozone,
Tel: (27 12) 310 3481
Mobile: (27) 822 962239
Fax: (27 12) 320 0488 / 320 1167
Email smanikela@deat.gov.za, smanikela@ozone.pwv.gov.za
   
  Alternate:
Contact: Ms. Stephinah Mudau
Tel: (27 12) 310 3568
Fax: (27 12) 320 0488 / 320 1167
Email: smudau@deat.gov.net
 
Methyl Bromide Trend Analysis
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Methyl Bromide Usage Sector
 

MB is used moslty for production of grapefruits, tobacco, flower, strawberry, apples, and vegetables

Most of South African Grapefruit is exported to Japan

 

 
Approved Methyl bromide Multilateral Funds Projects
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Ratification Status
Instrument Ratification Status Action in Progress
Vienna Convention (1985) 1/15/1990 Ratified  
Montreal Protocol (1987) 1/15/1990 Ratified  
London Amendment (1990) 5/12/1992 Ratified  
Copenhagen Amendment (1992) 3/13/2001 Ratified  
Montreal Protocol (1997) 11/11/2004 Ratified  
Beijing Amendment (1999) 11/11/2004 Ratified  
 
Ozone Depleting Substance Regulation Status
 

Import and Exporrt Control Act, 1963 (Act 45 of 1963) (section 2); Fertilizers, Farmfeeds, Agricultural Remedies Act, 1947 (Act 36 of 1947)

 
 
 
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