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South Korea Completes Domestic Approval Process for the Minamata Convention on Mercury

The South Korea approval document on the Minamata Convention was completed and submitted to the United Nations on 22nd November. The requirements in the approval document are scheduled to enter into effect 90 days after deposition.

On the 21st November, South Korea MoE issued a Notice [1] that the Minamata Convention on Mercury had been approved internally. The approval document was submitted to the United Nations on 22nd November. The approval document, which sets requirements on the safety management of mercury manufacturing, importation, exportation, and disposal, is scheduled to take effect 90 days after being received and deposited by the UN.

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