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 Department of Environment,  Tuvalu

The purpose of this Regulation is to –
(a) State the principles and rules to support the recovery, processing, treatment and shipment of incoming goods at the end of their operation conditions;
(b) Provide mechanism for revenue collection and administration; and
(c) Provide legal framework that encourages waste avoidance and resource recovery behaviour.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This Practical Guide is the compilation of good practices identified and developed by experts in the region through J-PRISM Phase I. This covers all solid waste management (SWM) issues from the technical ones, such as waste generation survey and landfill improvement, to the managerial ones, such as contract management and user pays system. These good practices have high applicability to other Pacific islands, although modification and adaptation are always necessary.

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

Direct internet link to access a brief overview of the work carried out under the Marine Debris Demonstration project to help strengthen and enhance good waste practices in Samoa.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

This research covers two PNG cities, Port Moresby (POM) and Lae. POM has a
population of 650,000+ and Lae has 200,000+. Both cities expect rapid
population growth (due to urban drift) and economic boom (due to gas, oil and
mineral projects), and therefore the level of waste generation and management is
becoming a real concern.

 Department of Environment,  Climate Change & Emergency Management (DECEM),  FSM

The collection, collation and review of data on the management of healthcare waste and best-practice options for its disposal in FSM under the PacWaste project. Information regarding the waste management process occurring, from ward-level waste generation through to ultimate treatment and disposal was collected during audits of the four largest hospitals:
• Yap State Hospital, Yap
• Chuuk State Hospital, Chuuk
• Pohnpei State Hospital, Pohnpei
• Kosrae State Hospital, Kosrae

 Department of Environment,  Climate Change & Emergency Management (DECEM),  FSM

This new State Solid Waste Management Strategy (SSWMS) is formulated with the aim of enabling Yap State to establish a technically sound and financially sustainable solid waste management (SWM) system. To do so, this SSWMS consists of not only strategic elements but also a mid-term action plan of the first five years with technically, institutionally and financially appropriate options, which will propel realization of the SSWMS.

 Department of Environment,  Tuvalu

Data from ADB on solid waste management in Tuvalu

 Department of Environment,  Tuvalu

Padma Lal, Kalesoma Saloa and Falealili Uili 2006

IWP-Pacific Technical Report (International Waters Project) no. 36

 Department of Environment,  Tuvalu

Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility 2000

 Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

This revised strategy is based on best practice approaches that ensures major negative aspects of waste disposal be addressed in both urban and rural communities of Vanuatu.

 Nauru Department of Commerce,  Industry and Environment

Consultants Report to Government of Nauru. 32 pages.

 Environment and Conservation Division-MELAD

This small study is an initial feasibility study, designed to give some indication of the numbers of vehicles and the economics of any waste management system that might be appropriate to dealing with the problem. This study looks at two issues: what does it take to strip a typical wrecked Tarawa vehicle so that it can be recycled; and how many vehicles might there be in South Tarawa that need some waste management.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This assessment provides the broad findings of the research and investigation undertaken by the UoM team in relation to Kiribati. It provides:

 Environment and Conservation Division-MELAD

The Kiribati Chemical and Waste Management Advice and Banaba Reconnaissance consultancy was undertaken from 15–29 July 2008. The consultancy was necessary due to several hazardous waste management issues identified on Tarawa and Banaba since 2005.

 United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP),  Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

The key highlights of this month issue include:
- Outcome of the Geneva biodiversity conference
- Blue Deal for economic recovery and sustainable growth
- Roles of indigenous communities in biodiversity protection
- Rise in online wildlife trade
- Financing chemicals and waste management
- Plastic taxes as new environmental policies
- Regionalizing UNEA 5.2 plastic resolution in East Africa
- Promoting the Science-Policy-Society Interface of synthetic biology
- Launching ACP MEAs 3 Youth Engagement and Training Initiative in Europe