Research, development, public awareness and exchange of information Reported by Parties (Article 9)

ARTICLE 9 REPORTS SUBMITTED TO-DATE

Party Year of Submission Submitted Publications *
Algeria 1996, 1998, 2000  
Argentina 2005, 2006, 2008(S)  
Australia 1991, 1996, 2009 ODS and SGGs in Australia: A study of end uses, emissions and opportunities for reclamation
Belarus 2005  
Belize 2008  
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2008  
Bulgaria 2005  
Canada 1992, 2009 Refrigeration Optimization Program (OPTER) – Supermarket component

Code of practice for the reduction of CFC emissions from Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Systems (1991, Enviroment Canada)
Colombia 2009(S)  
Costa Rica 2008(S)  
Cyprus 2008, 2009  
Czech & Slovak Federal Republic 1991  
Czech Republic 2005  
Denmark 1991, 1995, 1997  
Ecuador 1991  
European Community 1991  
Egypt 1991, 2010 Ozone Indicators 2009 , Status Report for 2009
Fiji 1992  
Finland 1991 The Destruction of Halons in the Nordic countries

CFC in Polymeric Foams – tracing CFC residues from the manufacturing
France 1991  
Ghana 1993  
Guyana 2005  
Hungary 1991, 2005  
Iceland 2011  
Ireland 1991, 1992, 1993  
Japan 1991 Information on Group Training Course in Measures to Reduce the Use of Ozone Depleting Substances 1990-91 (1991, Government of Japan)

Information on Group Training Course in Seminar on Promotion of Ozone Layer Protection in Asian Countries 1990-91 (1991, Government of Japan)
Jordan 1991, 2009  
Kenya 1991  
Latvia 2005, 2008  
Lebanon 2008  
Lithuania 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012  
Luxembourg 1991  
Malaysia 1991  
Malta 1991  
Mauritius 2005  
Mexico 1992,  2008(E), 2008(S),
2009(S), 2009(E)
 
Monaco 2005  
Namibia 2008  
Netherlands 1991 CFC Action programme – Cooperation between Government and Industry – Annual Report 1990 (Draft translation, 1990, Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment)
New Zealand 1991  
Norway 1991, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011 On products Containing Ozone depleting Substances – A Guide to Customs Officers and Inspectors in the Nordic Countries

Potential Ozone depleting Substances – Uses and Alternatives in the Nordic Countries

Halon Critical Uses and Alternatives – A Nordic perspective

Alternatives to Methyl Bromide IPM in Flour Mills; Comparison of a Norwegian and Danish Mill

Protecting the Ozone Layer – A Nordic perspective – update 2002

Dry Cleaning without CFC

Methyl Bromide in the Nordic Countries – Current Use and Alternatives
Oman 2008  
Pakistan 2005  
Panama 1995  
Poland 1991, 2005, 2008 Eradication of wood infesting insects by the fumigation of chosen inert gases, (Boruszewski P. 2008 PhD thesis, Warsaw Agricultural University)
Romania 1996, 1999  
Portugal 2009  
Samoa 2000, 2002  
Saint Lucia 1995  
Singapore 1991, 1995, 1996  
Slovak Republic 1996  
Slovenia 1996, 1998  
South Africa 1991  
Spain 2008(S)  
Sri Lanka 1995, 2008  
Sweden 1991, 1995, 1996, 2005, 2008, 2012 On products Containing Ozone depleting Substances – A Guide to Customs Officers and Inspectors in the Nordic Countries

Potential Ozone depleting Substances – Uses and Alternatives in  the Nordic Countries

Halon Critical Uses and Alternatives – A Nordic perspective

Use of Ozone Depleting Substances in Laboratories

Essential Uses of Halon 1211 and 1301 as a Fire Extinguishing Agent in the Nordic Countries
Switzerland 1991, 1997  
Thailand 1991, 2005, 2008  
Trinidad and Tobago 2005, 2009  
Turkey 1996  
Uganda 2008  
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 1991, 1995 Code of Practice for the Minimisation of Refrigerant Emissions ( 1995, Institute of Refrigeration)

Chlorinated Solvent Cleaning: the impact of Environmental and Regulatory Controls (1990, Department of Trade and industry)

CFCs and Halons: Alternatives, and the scope for Recovery for Recycling and Destruction (1990, Department of Trade and industry)
United States of America 1992  
Uruguay 1993  
Venezuela 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995  
Yugoslavia 1991  
Zambia 2008  

* The publications listed include only those for which Parties have provided a hard/electronic copy or publication details in their submissions under Article 9 to the Ozone Secretariat.