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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background
1.2 Objectives
1.4 Report structure
2.2 Definition of hazardous household chemicals and wastes
2.3 Methodology for hazardous household chemical/waste selection
Table 2.3 Priority hazardous substances
Table 2.4 Household products containing hazardous substances
Table 2.7 Critical components in incinerator residues
2.5 Prioritisation of hazardous household products
Table 2.9 Priority hazardous household chemicals
3. CASE STUDIES
Table 3.1 Re>Paint schemes, operational and planned in 2001
Table 3.2 Acceptable materials in Re>Paint scheme
3.3 Fluorescent tubes and low energy light bulbs
Table 3.3 Heavy metal emissions into air from FT waste
3.4 Arsenic treated wood
3.5 Car oil filter
3.6 Cleaner and care household products
3.7 House and garden pesticides
4. MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD WASTE
4.1 Regulatory and administrative framework
Table 4.1 Regulatory framework for the management of HHW
4.2 Definition of HHW
Table 4.2 Definition for HHW
Table 4.3 Commonly identified categories of HHW in European Member States
Table 4.4 Estimates of HHW quantities arising by country
4.4 Hazardous Household Waste management
4.5 Types and quantities of HHW
4.6 Cost evaluation
Table 4.7 Cost estimates for HHW collection in selected EU Member States
5. CONCLUSIONS
REFERENCES
Table A.1.1Quantities of paints sold in Europe (CEPE 2001)
APPENDIX B COUNTRY REPORT
Table B.2.4Cost of HHW collection in the Flemish Region (1995) (Anon 1997)
Table B.2.5Disposal and recycling routes for collected HHW
Table B.2.6Evolution of quantities of HHW collected in the Flemish Region (kg)
Table B.2.8Evolution of quantities of HHW collected in the Brussels Region (kg)
Table B.6.2 Collection of HHW in the city of Ulm in the year 2000 (Anon 2000c)
Table B.8.1Main products identified as hazardous in household waste in Ireland
Table B.10.1List of HHW as defined in Luxembourg
Table B.11.1 The new Dutch HHW list
Figure B.11.1HHW logo
Figure B.11.2HHW collection in The Netherlands from 1985 to 2000
Figure B.11.3 Composition of the collected HHW in the Netherlands
Figure B.11.4 Costs for collection and treatment of HHW in the Netherlands
Table B.13.1Hazardous household waste collected in Spain (MoE 2001)
Table B.15.1Cost estimates for HHW collection and disposal in the UK
Table B.15.5UK sales (in million units) of lamps for the domestic market (1999)
Table B.15.6Volumes of coatings sold and unused in the UK
Table B.15.7VOC content and proportion of the decorative sector
Table B.15.8UK sales of active ingredients for domestic pest control
Table B.16.1Household wastes category in Hungary (1998-basis)
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