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Visit of the EC representative.

DSC04432_small.jpgOn 27-29 January, 2009 the project was visited by expert of the EC Monitoring program Kateryna Pyrozhenko.

On 29.01. 2009 Kateryna Pyrozhenko visited a liquidated storehouse of pesticides in the village of Hubychi (Solianuvatska village council) of Staryi Sambir rayon.

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Seminar for representatives of Skole and Stryi rayons

DSC04349_small.jpgOn 28 january 2009 in Lviv there was held a seminar for representatives of local self-governance and authorized bodies of state executive bodies located in Skole and Stryi rayons.

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Pesticides legislation: the final lap

European parliament 08-01-2009

The EU's new legislation on pesticides could soon be in place. Next week in Strasbourg MEPs will vote on two reports endorsing the final shape of the legislation as agreed in negotiations with the Council in December. The legislation will increase the number of pesticide products available in Member States while in due course banning the use of certain dangerous chemicals in these products. Measures to ensure the safer use of pesticides in daily life will also be introduced.

Аналіз анкет слухачів проведених семінарів

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Visit of the European Union representative

5.jpg On December 17 the office of the project was visited by representative of the European Commission Dmytro Korbut. Also, Dmytro Korbut had a meeting with representatives of Sokal' rayon administration and visited a liquidated store-house of pesticides in the village of Boriatyn (Ostriv village council) of Sokal' rayon

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Safety first for pesticides

The Environment Committee voted on november 11 on new legislation governing the production, licensing and use of pesticides. MEPs confirmed that certain toxic chemicals will be banned, except where there is a serious danger to plant health.

Pesticides may be hidden danger to child IQ

Dani Cooper

Household pesticides may cause some of the intellectual development problems in children previously associated with lead, an Australian toxicologist says.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Our warmest wishes on the occasion of New Year and Christmas!

We wish you and your families a lot of happiness, health, prosperity, success, rapport and all the best.

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