Guidelines for the management of small quantities of unwanted and obsolete pesticides
FAO PESTICIDE DISPOSAL SERIES 7
UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Chief, Plant Protection Service
Plant Production and Protection Division
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
What are pesticides?
Identifying the problem
What causes the problem?
Roles of national and local authorities
Roles of suppliers
Roles of users
Solving existing problems
Inappropriate disposal practices
Appropriate disposal practices
Reproducible advice to farmers and other pesticide users
References and further information