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Cameroon
Ozone Unit Contact Persons
  Ministry: Ministère de l’Environnement et des Forets
Address: Yaoundé, Cameroun
Contact:Mr. Peter Ayuk Enoh
Position: Chief of Brigade for Environmental Inspection and Coordinator of National Ozone Office
Tel/Fax: (237) 222 1106
Fax: (237) 221 25/28/738
Email: enohpeter@yahoo.fr
 
Methyl Bromide Trend Analysis
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Methyl Bromide Usage Sector
 

A small amount of MB is used for QPS

MB is used in the country mostly in stored products like maize, cotton, cocoa, coffee, palm kernels.

Approximately 10-12 tons of MB is being used on soil for the growing of tomatoes, pepper and palm nursery.

MB consumption in tobacco sector has successfully been phased out. It was formerly used by SITABAC for soil pre-plant treatment for tobacco seedling production and tobacco leaf fumigation.

 
Approved Methyl bromide Multilateral Funds Projects
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Ratification Status
Instrument Ratification Status Action in Progress
Vienna Convention (1985) 8/30/1989    
Montreal Protocol (1987) 8/30/1989    
London Amendment (1990) 6/8/1992    
Copenhagen Amendment (1992) 6/25/1996    
Montreal Protocol (1997)   Not Ratified  
Beijing Amendment (1999)   Not Ratified  
 
Ozone Depleting Substance Regulation Status
 

Decision No 0064/MINDIC/CAB

 
 
 
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