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Development of the inventories of the new POPs: methodology. By: Jacqueline Alvarez Secretariat of the Stockholm Convention Modified by: Carmela Centeno UNIDO. Basis for prioritization, action plan development & management strategies. Assessment of the current country situation

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Development of the inventories of the new POPs: methodology

By:

Jacqueline Alvarez

Secretariat of the Stockholm Convention

Modified by:

Carmela Centeno

UNIDO

objectives of pops inventories

Basis for prioritization, action plan development & management strategies.

Assessment of the current country situation

It provide a basis for the reporting obligations.

Identify information gaps

Need for further financial or technical support.

Objectives of POPs inventories
know where to find relevant information
Know where to find relevant information!
  • NIPs Guidance package
      • General Guidance Documents
      • Supporting documents
      • Resources available
      • Webinars
  • Inventory Guidance Documents
nips package http chm pops int implementation nips guidance tabid 2882 default aspx
NIPs package: http://chm.pops.int/Implementation/NIPs/Guidance/tabid/2882/Default.aspx

General guidance

  • Guidance for developing a NIP
  • Review-Update
  • Guidance foraction plan costing
  • Guidance for socio-economic assessments *

REVISED

* No changes

NEW

nips package http chm pops int implementation nips guidance tabid 2882 default aspx1
NIPs package: http://chm.pops.int/Implementation/NIPs/Guidance/tabid/2882/Default.aspx

Inventories

General guidance

  • Guidance for developing a NIP
  • Review-Update

Action plan development

  • Guidance foraction plan costing
  • PFOSinventory guidance

Labelling of

products and articles

  • Guidance for socio-economic assessments *
  • Guidance for BAT/BEP for production & use of PFOS
  • PBDEsinventory guidance

REVISED

  • Guidance for the control of the import and export of POPs
  • Guidance for BAT/BEP for recycling & waste disposal of articles containing PBDEs

* No changes

NEW

  • Guidance for strengthening the regulatory framework to enable regular monitoring products and articles that may contain new POPs

Supporting documents

Additional Resources

r esources already available
Resources already available
  • BAT/BEP for Annex C chemicals
  • Toolkit for quantification of dioxin and furan releases
  • Wastedisposal of POPs (Basel Convention)

Under revision by SIWG

webinars on nip updating
Webinars on NIP updating

http://chm.pops.int/Implementation/TechnicalAssistance/Webinars/tabid/1529/Default.aspx

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Step 1: Planning of the inventory

3.1.3: Define inventory objectives and scope

3.1.1: Establish a national inventory team

3.1.2: Identify key stakeholders

* might require revisits

3.1.4: Develop the work plan for the national inventory

Step 2: Choosing data collection methodologies

Tiered approach

Step 3: Collecting and compiling data from sectors

Industry sector

Consumer market

Wastes, stockpiles and contaminated sites

Step 4: Managing and evaluating data

Step 5: Preparing an inventory report

Fire-fighting foams, pesticides and aviation hydraulic fluids

steps to conduct a pop pbde inventory
STEPS TO CONDUCT A POP-PBDE INVENTORY

Step 1: Planning the inventory

Identify key stakeholders

Define inventory scope

Develop the work plan

Establish national inventory team

Step 2: Choosing data collection methodologies

Tiered approach

Step 3: Collecting and compiling data from key sectors

Other uses (e.g. furniture, mattresses, textiles)

EEE in use, stocks, in recycling and waste

Transport sector and end-of-life vehicles

Contaminated sites

Step 4: Managing and evaluating the data

Step 5: Preparing the inventory report

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STEPS TO CONDUCT A PFOS INVENTORY

Step 1: Planning of the inventory

Define inventory objectives/scope

Establish national inventory team

Identify key stakeholders

Develop work plan national Inventory

Step 2: Choosing data collection methodologies

Tiered approach

Step 3: Collecting and compiling data from sectors

Industry sector

Consumer market

Wastes, stock piles Contaminated sites

Step 4: Managing and evaluating data

Step 5: Preparing an inventory report

Fire-fighting foams, pesticides and aviation hydraulic fluids

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Step 1 – Planning of the Inventory

  • National inventory team: e.g. National EPA, Food Agency and Customs w/project leader in EPA (The National focal point)
  • Identification of key stakeholders
  • Tools:
    • National registers/phone books
    • Web search
    • Interviews, e-mails,
  • Strategy for contact in this stage could be:
    • Preliminary consultations with larger stakeholders
    • Stakeholder group meetings for key focal areas
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Step 1 – Planning of the Inventory

3. Objectives and scope:

Aviation hydraulic fluids

Import/export articles and chemicals

Textiles and furnitures

Fire-fighting foams

Waste

Contaminated sites

Stockpiles

Examples of focal sectors

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Step 1 – Planning of the Inventory

4. Workplan: Example w/ sub project on XXX sector

Responsible:

Identified Experts/

Consultants together w NIT

Identified Experts/

Consultants

Identified Experts/

Consultants

National inventory team (NIT)

2 months

5 months

6 months

1 month

step 2 choosing methodology for data collection tiered approach
Step 2 – Choosing Methodology for data collection(Tiered approach)

Resources

(including. technical)

Outputs/results

Desk study,

consultations with stakeholders, information from customs

Overview of focal sectors/

Definition of scope

Complexity of inventory

TIER I

Initial

Assessment

step 2 choosing methodology for data collection tiered approach1
Step 2 – Choosing Methodology for data collection(Tiered approach)

Resources

(including. technical)

Outputs/results

Quantifications/Screening: Detailed understanding of problems in key sectors

Site visits, sampling

and analysis,

Quantification; Scale of problems in key sectors / data gaps

Data collection from identified stakeholders

Desk study,

consultations with stakeholders, information from customs

Overview of focal sectors/

Definition of scope

Complexity of inventory

TIER I

Initial

Assessment

TIER III

In depth inventory

TIER II

Preliminary inventory

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Step 3 – Collecting and compiling data from sectors Methodology for data collection

  • The inventory needs to investigate:

- Production in the country

    • Industries using chemicals
    • Products and articles

- Professional users

- Waste fraction /stockpiles /contaminated sites

  • Focal sectors to investigate
  • Legal framework: exists?
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Step 4 – Managing and evaluating the data

Data management

Templates

Examples

Mechanismforevaluatingtheinventory

  • To identify
    • gaps and limitations and measures needed to complete the inventory
    • if the obligations under the SC are fulfilled and the necessary actions needed to fulfill them
    • the need of notification to the registers of acceptable purposes and specific exemptions under the Convention
  • The evaluation will be the basis for updating the NIP and development of an Action Plan for the POP
  • Gaps, limitations and necessary actions will be valuable information in the NIP, and can be necessary for applying for funds
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Evaluation and validation of inventories

  • The collected data can be evaluated and validated by presenting it to national stakeholders and experts and possibly at international platforms (e.g. regional workshops) for getting feedback.
  • Assessment of inventories by external review of the data.
  • Plausibility considerations: For several of the newly listed POPs total historic production volumes and and/or current production volumes are known. The developed inventories can be compared against these numbers for a plausibility check.
  • Measured data from own monitoring effort or information from other monitoring studies can be used for validation purpose.
  • Material and substance flow analysis: MFA/SFA can help to validate inventories developed for the newly listed POPs along their life cycle.
  • Also comparison with inventories of other countries can contribute to the evaluation and validation process.
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Step 5 – Preparing an inventory report

The essential elements of the report:

  • Objectives and scope
  • Description of data methodology used and how data were gathered
  • Final results of the inventory in each sector considered a priority for that country (using a format to be provided in the guidelines, as such or adapted from that format)
  • Results of the gap-analysis and limitations identified for completion of the inventory
  • Further actions (e.g. stakeholder involvement, data collection strategies) to be taken to complete the inventory and recommendations.

Other information (e.g. stakeholder list), depending on the national requirements, could be included in the report.

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Questions?

Comments?