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New Zealand Proposes to Strengthen the Control on Mercury

To bring New Zealand into line with international standards and finally ratify the Minimata Convention, the government proposes to introduce a permitting system for trade in mercury and prohibit the sale, manufacture, import, and export of certain products containing mercury.

On July 1, New Zealand's Ministry for the Environment (MFE) released a public consultation document Managing the Trade in Mercury and Mercury Products, and started seeking information and feedback from retailers, consumers, importers, exporters, and the general public.

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