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Title Hazardous Waste Tracking Bill Proposed in Brazil
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Date 2017-04-04 PM 3:48:57 Hit 506
Published March 30, 2017

Brazil - Hazardous Waste
A bill (No. 7088/2017) proposed in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies would strengthen the National Solid Waste Policy's (No. 12.305/2010) provisions governing the management and traceability of hazardous wastes in the country. Specifically, the bill would require hazardous waste operators to install remote tracking devices in vehicles used to transport hazardous wastes. (Art. 1) The bill would also require the National Registry of Hazardous Waste Operators to include a system for tracking hazardous wastes during generation, collection, transport, storage, and disposal stages. (Art. 2)
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