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Dissemination Workshop on Pollutant Release and Transfer Register in Academia as International University, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Institution of Technology of Cambodia...ect.
It will be held on 23 January 2019 at Phnom Penh
Objective៖ To dissemination on the benifit of PRTR data's usage in academia and it will be training young student to know on impact of chemical to human health and envirionment.
Participants ៖ 300 Young Students from:
- Royal University of Phnom Penh
- Institution of Technology of Cambodia
- Cambodia Technical Training Institute
- Youth Team
- Other relevant students
Document was available to downlaod:
1. Agenda __________________________________________ Document (PDF)
2. Presentation of Mr. Roath Sith, Chemical Effect________Document (PDF)
2. Presentation of Mr. Sophal Laska, How to get data from Industrial____ Document (PDF)
4. Presentation of Mr. Uon Sokunthea, PRTR System?________________Document (PDF)
5. Chemical Factsheet _______________________________Document (PDF)
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From 15-16 June 2018 at Koh Pich exhibition, Phnom Penh
General Directorate of Environmental Protection was jointed the environmental exhibition which include pollutant release and transfer register (PRTR) System, it was held at Koh Pich Center from 15-16 June 2018:
Director and Officers of Department of Hazardous Substance Management:
Phase 2 Project on POPs Monitoring,Reporting & Information Dissemination Using Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (PRTR)
Phnom Penh, 26 July, 2016 at Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Inception Workshop on phase 2 Project on POPs Monitoring,Reporting & Information Dissemination Using Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (PRTR), it will be held on 26 July, 2016, at Cambodia Korea Cooperation Centre (CKCC) / RUPP, Phnom Penh of Cambodia. The open speech was delivered by Excellency Heng Nareth, Director General of Environmental Protection, Ministry of Environment presided briefly within his remark to delegate and participant from NGO, private company, and other stakeholder.
PRTR Training Sessions and National Workshop on Draft of National Executive Proposal and Practical uses and Dissemination Strategy of PRTR Data
17-19 October 2017, DHSM's meeting roon of MoE, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
A training session was conducted by UNITAR and Ministry of Environment of Cambodia with international expert Mr. Makoto Takahashi, from EX Research Institute Ltd, from 17 to 19 October 2017 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in frames of Global Project on the Implementation of Pollutant Release and Transfer Register as a tool for POPs reporting, dissemination and awareness raising Belarus, Cambodia, Ecuador, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Peru. This three days training was conducted with a Training-to-Trainer (TOT) approach to brief the participants on Pollution Release Estimation Technique and Guideline on Pollution Release Estimation Technique.
17th October 2017
Mr. Phet Pichhara, Director of Hazardous Substance Management gave an opening remark and briefly introduced achievements of the Phase 1 project, plans of the Phase 2 project including implementation of the pilot trial of PRTR system designed at the Phase 1 project, and objectives of the training session. Following the opening remarks, Mr. Makoto Takahashi, briefed his experiences on RETs (Release estimation techniques) and made presentation of the PRTR system in Japan and comparison of PRTR systems among foreign countries and discussed differences with the draft system in Cambodia with the TWG members.
18th October 2017
The second day, Mr. Takahashi introduced differences of PRTR systems, RETs in Japan and international resources on RETs. Following was a discussion on a suitable way of developing a national RETs guidance document in. Also, the National Project Coordinator shared a developed draft on the online reporting system and the participants commented it. Mr. Takahashi gave later some suggestion on how to improve it.
19th of October 2017
The last day, in reference to the discussions of the previous day, the expert gave suggestions to designing the PRTR system in Cambodia and a proposal for contents of national RET guidance documents.
Online Report Manual