Project Title

Promoting Trade of Products that Replace those with Mercury to Reduce Marine Pollution 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

OFWG 02 2018A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

OFWG 02 2018A 

Project Title

Promoting Trade of Products that Replace those with Mercury to Reduce Marine Pollution 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

109,416 

Co-funding Amount

30,000 

Total Project Value

139,416 

Sponsoring Forum

Oceans and Fisheries Working Group (OFWG) 

Topics

Fisheries; Marine Conservation; Oceans 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Japan; Korea; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Philippines; Russia; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/09/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Cristian Brito Martinez 

Job Title 1

Environmental Risk Coordinator 

Organization 1

Ministry of the Environment 

Postal Address 1

San Martin, No. 73, Santiago, Chile 

Telephone 1

56-2 25735705 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

cbrito@mma.gob.cl; cbrittoo@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Cristian Brito Martinez 

Project Summary

The objective of the project is to develop a digital technical guide and a workshop for capacity building on products such as bulbs, batteries, thermometers, electrical switches, etc. available in the market that do not contain mercury added, which are manufactured, imported and exported by APEC member Economies and that could be a cost effective alternative to replace mercury-containing products and which are regulated by the Minamata Convention. The guide will be available for the APEC Economies and public, and will help to promote and increase the trade of products without mercury. As a result of this, mercury releases from commercial products that reach the ocean and bioaccumulates in fish and produce risk for health and environment will reduce. The workshop would be carried out in Chile in the second semester of 2019. In addition to the digital technical guide a workshop report will be prepared with the experiences presented.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The APEC economies generate more than 60% of the involuntary emissions of mercury into the ocean (Streets et al., 2011), a portion of which has its origin in products of general consumption such as bulbs, batteries, cosmetics, thermometers, electrical switches, etc. In the ocean, mercury bioaccumulates in fish such as Tilefish, Shark, Swordfish, etc. generating a risk for the health of people and for the economy, since there are recommendations to reduce the consumption of fish with high mercury content. This project will help to identify the general consumption products mentioned above available in the market that do not contain mercury, which are manufactured, imported and exported by APEC member Economies, in order to promote and increase the trade of products without mercury. As a result of this, mercury releases from commercial products that reach the ocean and bioaccumulates in fish and produce risk for health will reduce.

The project will also benefit all APEC member economies to fulfill with the provisions established in the articles 3, 4, 17 and 18 of Minamata Convention, because these articles regulate the trade of mercury (Art 3), the products with mercury added (Art 4), establish requirements on exchange of information (Art 17), and on information, sensitization and public education (Art 18). The Minamata Convention establishes that from the year 2020 the production, import and export of most products with mercury added will not be allowed, as a result of this the identification of this type of products and their alternatives without mercury is the first stage for fulfill with these provisions.

In summary the project will benefit all APEC member economies, but especially the developing economies in APEC that are the source of the majority of mercury releases into the ocean and stand to benefit the most from policy decisions leading to sustainable practices. In addition, this project will contribute to generate new business opportunities and trade of products without mercury added.

Relevance – Eligibility: This project falls within the scope of the funding priority areas covered by the ASF General Fund, specifically under the following ECOTECH Priority Theme articulated in the Manila Framework: i) Safeguarding the quality of life through environmentally sound growth and ii) Developing Human Capital; taking into account concerns about sustainable development.

This project will enable the developing economies in the APEC region to better prepare for reducing mercury releases, reduce marine pollution and generate new business opportunities by promoting trade of products that replace those with mercury. Developing economies in the APEC region will be able to strengthen their capacity to mitigate negative impacts of mercury on economy, health and environment by sharing expertise, best practices, experiences and collaboration on mercury management. In addition, this project will help all APEC member economies to fulfill with the provisions established in the articles 3, 4, 17 and 18 of Minamata Convention.

Majority of our cosponsors are APEC developing economies and economies that have ratified Minamata Convention. As a result of this, we expect that several of these economies will be engaged throughout the development and execution of this project, including training workshop and technical guide.

Another of the capacity building needs for the APEC developing economies is to develop technical information and a communication mechanism to exchange views and experiences about policies and regulatory affairs in this field and in the long to create a better response environment in mitigating mercury impacts.

Relevance – Capacity Building: While this content is relevant and useful for all APEC Economies, it will be specifically targeted to address developing Economy members’ capacity building needs, especially on mercury management and mercury-free product trade. In addition, this project will contribute to enhance food safety and food security, because it will help to reduce the release of mercury into the ocean, which will allow the reduction of mercury content in fish. All these benefits undoubtedly contribute to attain sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region. Developing Economies officially co-sponsor this project will be consulted in the design of the workshop and its agenda in order to provide the most responsive and useful outputs for their needs. Additionally, this project would help the APEC member Economies, particularly the developing members’ economies that have ratified the Minamata Convention on Mercury like China, Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Thailand, Viet Nam and that must fulfill with the obligations of this agreement.

Objectives

This project is expected to achieve the following objectives:

A) ‘To exchange technical information on products with mercury added and its alternative mercury-free products via a workshop, in order to train participants of the latest mercury policies, regulations and regional mercury releases management cases through presentations from experts and international organizations.                                                                                               

B) To promote the trade of mercury free products such as bulbs, batteries, cosmetics, thermometers, electrical switch, etc. among the APEC member economies, in order to reduce mercury releases into the ocean, its subsequent bioaccumulation in fish and to reduce the negative impacts of mercury on the environment, economy and health.

C) To develop a first digital technical guide about mercury free products and best practices on mercury releases management in the APEC which could be used by APEC member economies as a basis material/manual for the fulfill of the Minamata Convention especially articles which regulate the trade of mercury (Art 3), the products with mercury added (Art 4), establish requirements on exchange of information (Art 17), and on information, sensitization and public education (Art 18).

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  This Project is in line with the 2017 Leaders Declaration and AMM Joint Statement, regarding the call for enhancing food safety, promoting food security and sustainable fisheries, controlling marine debris and fostering initiatives to promote trade in the region. Furthermore, both statements urge to enhance synergy and complementarities with other international fora, such as the case of this project and Minamata Convention.  Also, it is aligned with the APEC Food Safety Cooperative Initiative and the APEC Food Safety Beijing Statement 2014, because it will contribute to  build robust food safety systems in the region.  This project is in line also with  the Can Tho and Piura Declaration on Food Security and the Food Security Road Map Towards 2020, High Level Policy Dialogue on Food Security and Blue Economy´s Action Plan (2015), because it contributes to address challenges to food security by promoting sustainable fisheries and reducing waste. Finally, it responds to Papua New Guinea´s Host Year priority to “Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Growth” through the promotion of food security in the region.

Alignment – Forum:   The Project is aligned with the OFWG Strategic Plan 2016-2018 priorities, such as “Free and Open Trade and Investment”, “Sustainable Development and Protection of the Marine Environment” and “Food Security”, because it aims to reduce mercury releases into the ocean and its subsequent bioaccumulation in fishes. In addition, it will contribute to meeting the objective of the OFWG Strategic Plan: “Enhancing cross-fora collaboration to support the mainstream of ocean-related issues in APEC”, because the project address a food safety issue, which is common for the OFWG and the PPFS. It will also contribute to implementing the OFWG 2018 Work Plan, which states that the group will take actions to promote regional marine sustainable development; strengthen the role of sustainable fisheries in food security and related trade; increase cooperation with the PPFS; promote enhanced capacity building; reduce marine debris; support Economies’ implementation of the SDGs; among others.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The project will consist of three primary outputs:

1)  Digital Technical guide: We will develop a digital technical guide with the following information:

a)  Technical and scientific information on mercury.

b)   Information about Minamata Convention.

c)   Impacts of mercury on the environment and the ocean.

d)   List of products with added mercury that are traded in the APEC member economies.

e)   Information on the products which are alternative that have the same function, similar cost, but without added mercury.

f)  The best practices, plans, programs and regulations that exist to prevent mercury releases into the ocean.

g)  Technical recommendations to manage the waste generated from products with added mercury.

In order to elaborate this digital technical guide we will request through official letter technical information and good practices in the handling of products with mercury added to focal points of OFWG of USA, Japan, China and Australia. Also, we will use the technical information and studies available on the websites of UN Environment, Secretariat of the Minamata Convention and EPA. In addition, we will also request information from the OECD. (Chile can access and use the information that this organization generates). All this process and the elaboration of digital technical guide will be done by the project overseer with the support of the Ministry of Environment. We estimate that the guide will not have more than 60 pages. The draft of this guide will be ready before the workshop and will be distributed among the participants so they can use it as a reference material during the workshop. Considering the work plan, the final version of the digital technical guide will be ready in November 2018. 

2) A three-day workshop: It will be held in Chile during the second semester 2019. Speakers and experts will be contacted; and participation of representatives from APEC member economies will be coordinated. The aim of this workshop is the capacity building on products that do not contain mercury added such as bulbs, batteries, thermometers, electrical switches, etc. available in the market which are manufactured, imported and exported by APEC member Economies and that could be a cost effective alternative to replace products with mercury added and which are regulated by the article 3 and 4 of Minamata Convention.

The workshop will include the participation of four speakers and the participation of women will be encouraged. Additionally, we will encourage attendees from developed economies to present examples of good practices in controlling mercury pollution and managing their risks to the economy and the environment. There will be rounds of discussions to identify the best replicable practices, opportunities and limitations as well as lessons learned for the use of products without mercury added. At the end of the workshop, a survey regarding the usefulness of information, replicability of the initiative, visualization of problems (economic, social, environmental), and possible limitations and evaluation of the workshop will be conducted.

3)  Workshop report: In addition to the digital technical guide we will prepare a report on the issues discussed in the workshop, this report will include the following information:

a)  A summary of the experiences presented in the workshop,

b)   Conclusions of the rounds of discussion

c)   The results of the survey.

Project Overseer will elaborate this report with support of Ministry of Environment. We estimate that this report will not have more than 20 pages. The final version of the report will be ready in November 2018.

Outcomes: 

1) To strengthen the activities considered in this project we will create a working group with desired parties. This group will help through collaborative activities such as gathering information, identifying and contacting speakers and experts, development and dissemination of the technical guide, etc. In order to create this group, in September 2018 we will contact experts from USA, Japan and Australia.

2) The workshop and the technical guide developed will be a consultative tool for APEC economies. It will assist to know experiences, best practices, plans, programs and regulations that exist to prevent mercury releases into the ocean. In addition, this technical guide will assist to identify all products with mercury added that are commercialized and the products that are an alternative without mercury.

3)  A contribution to the development of public policies in the medium term is expected. In order to reduce mercury releases into the ocean and its bioaccumulation in fish, reducing the risk to health of people and the risk of decreasing fish consumption.

4)  The workshop and the technical guide will contribute to the APEC member economies to fulfill with the provisions established in the articles 3, 4, 17 and 18 of Minamata Convention, because these articles regulate the trade of mercury (Art 3), the products with mercury added (Art 4), establish requirements on exchange of information (Art 17), and on information, sensitization and public education (Art 18).

5) Workshop attendants will acquire new knowledge that could be implemented regarding some of the experiences gathered. This knowledge will also promote development of public policies and will foster the trade of products without mercury added and generate new business opportunities.

6)  Based on experiences shared, different public institutions from APEC economies (such as fisheries and aquaculture, environmental, sanitary, production development, and gender government agencies) could manage economic resources to promote development of new projects with the aim at reducing mercury releases and the trade of products without mercury added. This will also be a contribution to work and economic development and women integration in such activities.

Beneficiaries: The major beneficiaries of the project are as follows:

a)  Direct Beneficiaries: The participants of the workshop, such as entrepreneurs, representatives from Ministries of Environment, Fisheries, etc.; researchers and scientists, representatives of the private sector and government officials who will make use of the technical guide and the knowledge acquired in the workshop to develop or strengthen policies on trade of mercury-free products and to prevent mercury releases into the ocean and its impacts on the economy, health and environment. In addition, this project will directly benefit the APEC member economies that have ratified the Minamata Convention (Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Singapore, Thailand, USA, Viet Nam) and that must fulfill with the provisions of this agreement.

b)  Indirect Beneficiaries: i) People and companies that want to start businesses related to the trade of products without mercury added, ii) Economic/Productive Development Agencies since this project may generate lines of action to promote the trade of products, iii) general public that wants information about mercury and that demands from the authorities measures to prevent the contamination of the ocean by mercury.

Final outcomes, workshop and technical guide will contribute as follows:

Policy makers and government official: capacity building on products such as bulbs, batteries, thermometers, electrical switches, etc. available in the market that do not contain mercury added, which are manufactured, imported and exported by APEC member Economies and that could be a cost effective alternative to replace mercury-containing products and which are regulated by the Minamata Convention. In addition, the information generated will help to understand the best practices, policies and existing regulations to prevent mercury releases into the ocean and its impacts on the economy, health and the environment.

Since the project’s budget allows inviting only 14 representative from the eligible APEC member economies, the invitation will be aimed at APEC economies which will allocate the most suitable representative to participate in the workshop. Such representatives could be professionals from the ministries of environment, fisheries and trade, officials, leaders of related projects, among others.

Dissemination

This project considers the following activities to disseminate its results:

-  At the end of the workshop, presentations made will be provided to participants.

-  One report will be produced, that will include the workshop program, collection of successful and non-successful experiences in APEC economies and presentations made, conclusions of the rounds of discussion, results of the survey conducted and the list of participants. The report will be published on the APEC website.

- A digital technical guide will be elaborated with information about mercury and details of products with added mercury that are commercialized and the products that are an alternative without mercury. The guide will be published on the APEC website.

-  The Project Overseer will send the final report and digital technical guide to the OFWG Program Director (PD), in order to send to OFWG focal points the project outputs and to encourage them to disseminate it through the websites of their organizations.

-  Results of the workshop and digital technical guide will be distributed among the OFWG members and presented at OFWG meeting, previous request to its Chair and PD.

-  The report and technical guide will be sent to the Chairs of PPFS and the Chemical Dialogue to circulate them to their members. Furthermore, we will evaluate with both Chairs about the possibility of making a presentation regarding the outputs of the project during one of the meeting of their groups.

-  We will ask the secretary of the Minamata Convention and APEC, to put on their websites the technical guide to ensure a broad dissemination. 

In all dissemination activities we will ensure that APEC Publication Guidelines are followed’. In addition the Digital Technical Guide and Workshop Report will be published on the APEC website and will be publically available,

Gender

Gender perspective will be incorporate into the goals, priorities, policies, activities, and resource allocation of this project. In order to assurance Gender perspective, in the planning of this project, design of the workshop and in the development of the technical guide, we will involve the participation and collaboration of a woman specialist in these matters of the Ministry of Women and Gender Equality of Chile and 02 women of the Ministry of Environment. This participation will be demonstrated through attendance lists and photographs of the work done. 

Women are important stakeholders to address and combat mercury releases since their health is directly affected by the impact of mercury in fish especially during pregnancy. Moreover, they have an important role to play in reducing the amount of wastes from households, industries, fisheries, etc., entering the environment, internal waters and the seas through the individual behavior change. As a result of this our overall goal is to have a ratio of 30 percent of women participation, PO will request for female candidates in the invitation letter to encourage women’s participation as project participants, and PO also will engage with a gender expert to advise on how to develop a mercury workshop that is gender sensitive. 

In addition, the workshop will take into account the participation of at least one woman with experience in the field as a speaker. 

The questionnaire distributed at the end of the workshop will take into consideration gender perspective using quantitative (e.g. number of female participants) and qualitative approaches (e.g. female’s opinions and satisfaction). We will maximize their opinions in the developing of final technical guide.

We expect that women and men will have equitable access to, and benefit from the project. To provide equitable benefits to women and men, we will prepare an evaluation form delivered at the end of the program including gender-related indicators. 

PO commits to collect sex-disaggregated data of all participants (not only APEC funded) and speakers at the project event.

Work Plan

The work plan would include:

Timeline

Activity

Output

September 2018

Preparing a technical letter requesting information on experiences on the use of products without mercury added. In addition, this letter will request information on policies, regulations, plans, best practices and programs that are being implemented to prevent and reduce mercury releases into the ocean.

Technical letter


Timeline

Activity

Output

October 2018

Sending the letter to OFWG focal points of each Economy, OECD, international experts, EPA, NOAA and the secretary of Minamata Convention.

Letter sent

November 2018

Online meetings with experts and OFWG focal points, with the purpose of gathering more information and preparing the workshop and technical guide properly.

Participant list

Agenda

November 2018 – March 2019

Systematizing the information collected, including building on work that has been done by the UNEP Mercury Products Partnership area, and develop a digital technical guide to identify the products with added mercury that are traded in the APEC member economies, and the products which are alternative that have the same function, similar cost, but without added mercury. The draft of this guide will be ready before the workshop and will be distributed among the participants so they can use it as a reference material during the workshop

Draft of digital technical guide

April 2019

Based on the digital technical guide. We make a selection of the most significant experiences, to be presented at the workshop

Presentation

May 2019

Coordinating participation of representatives from each APEC member Economies and speakers

Participant list agenda

August 2019

Day 1: Presentation of information on products with mercury added and the existing alternatives in the market

Draft workshop report

Participant list agenda

Day 2: Information on the impacts of mercury on the economy, the environment and human health

Day 3: Presentations by experts on best practices, regulations and policies to manage the risks and impacts of mercury and business opportunities on trade in mercury-free products

September – October 2019

Circulating workshop report and digital technical guide for comments and finalizing both documents

Workshop report and digital technical guide corrected

November 2019

Finalization of the project and dissemination of the workshop report and technical guide

Final workshop report and digital technical guide

December 2019 –January 2020

Endorsement and submission of the Completion Report and all supporting documents to the APEC Secretariat

6 to 12 months after project end date

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of the projects

Risks

Risks associated to the project’s implementation are as follows:

-  Speakers’ participation. This project may face difficulties to achieve a high level of quality of speakers that are able to engage and fully address the objectives established within the project. Efforts will be made to obtain high quality responses. To increase the probability of attaining high level speakers, the Chilean network will play an important role, as will the co-sponsoring economies that have trade contacts that will motivate the participation in this project.

-   Management risk of information collection. A work schedule with all the activities and deadlines expected for the project development was designed. The significance of the work with APEC economies lies on the collection of information related to successful experiences of each one of them regarding mercury products and mercury management. In order to reduce risk of low responses by economies, it is important to contact and involve economies from the beginning in the development of the project through a communication mechanism that includes OFWG focal points of each economy.

-   Low interest in participating in the workshop. Invitation will be sent in a timely and adequate manner. OFWG focal points will be contacted well in advance to promote participation of their relevant representatives.

-  Delays. One of the most significant risks is the low response from APEC economies regarding the information on mercury products. As stages are sequential (reports, workshops, publications and dissemination), some delays can occur. To mitigate this issue, the work plan development is made to take this risk into account for potential setbacks that can be experienced. Additionally, information will be obtained from other institutions such as the Secretariat of the Minamata Convention, UN Environment, etc.

Natural disasters. Earthquakes, floods, tsunamis and other natural disasters may cause cancellation of the workshop. These types of risks are not feasible to control.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The indicators to evaluate the progress of the project are as follows: 

i)   Project planning document that will be developed and validated by the responsible of the project;

ii)  Organization and development of the workshop before September 2019;

iii)  Percentage of women attending the Workshop (at least 30%) based on the total number of attendees;

iv)  At least 50% of APEC members Economies attending the workshop (Including eleven eligible economies).

v)  Dissemination of the “Digital Technical Guide”. (Delivery of the final version of the digital technical guide to the APEC Secretary, workshop attendees and OFWG members before November 2018). 

An evaluation form will be prepared and distributed to all participants, speakers, moderators and experts to assess the effectiveness of the dialogue with respect to the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, overall impact and suggestions for further activities or topics. The comments will be compiled and reflected in the workshop final report. 

Final version of the workshop report and digital technical guide: 

The project outcomes, in terms of impact, will be mainly reflected through the number of participants from different APEC economies, taking into consideration gender. In terms of its midterm impact, this can be measured by the number of downloads from the APEC web page of the workshop final report and digital technical guide. The longer-term measure of success will be the utilization of the results by developing APEC economies in supporting their decision making for reducing mercury releases.

Linkages

-  This Project is related to the USA 2016 project, presented in the Mining Task Force, titled “Developing Training Materials to Promote the Reduction of Mercury Use in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining”, because both pursue the reduction of mercury due to the harmful effects associated with its use and promote the fulfillment of the Minamata Convention.

-   This Project pursues to increase greater collaboration between the OFWG and the PPFS, because it is aligned with the improving of food safety and food security in the region. We intend to circulate this CN in the PPFS, and present its results in OFWG-PPFS joint meeting.

-   This Project joins the efforts of Chemical Dialogue (CD) and its sub-working unit Virtual Working Group (VWG) on marine debris to promote innovative solutions to the issue of marine litter and impacts in the ocean, through a focus on sustainable land-based waste management. Considering that this project has among its objectives to reduce the impact of mercury in the ocean we intend to invite members of this group to the workshop and inform its results to the VWG.

- This project is linked with the Minamata Convention. This treaty pursues to reduce emissions and releases of mercury. Many of the Convention members are APEC Economies (Canada, China, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Thailand, USA and Vietnam). The Minamata Convention establishes that from the year 2020 the production, import and export of most products with mercury added will not be allowed.

- This project is linked with the APEC commitment to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, since it contributes to the fulfillment of many SDGs, such us the SGD 2°(zero hunger and ensure sustainable food production), 3°(good health), 8°(economy growth), 12° (reduce waste generation and their release to water and soil) and 14°(prevent and significantly reduce marine pollution of all kinds, in particular from land-based activities).

Sustainability

Information, lessons, best practices and experiences gained from the project will help APEC member economies, especially developing economies to identify products with mercury added and their cost effective alternatives and mercury risks; to recognize new business opportunities, hazards of mercury for wildlife, marine environment and humans; to know relevant regulations and conventions regarding mercury; and to identify and take the proper measures to prevent mercury releases into the ocean, plus exploring of further cooperation among APEC member economies to investigating sustainable and cost-effective solutions to reduce and prevent mercury waste and mercury entering the marine environment. This project will contribute to enhancing participants’ understanding on their current situation, hence, may enrich their expertise in the policy making, management, and implementation or doing businesses. It is also expected to create a network among participants for further consultation and mutual cooperation between the economies.

The long term impacts of this project are to put developing APEC member economies with poor governance, regulations, infrastructures and public awareness on mercury into a position to reduce, monitor and manage it effectively and economically as possible. Moreover, it supports the initiatives to fulfill articles regulate by Minamata Convention, especially the trade of mercury (Art 3), the products with mercury added (Art 4), establish requirements on exchange of information (Art 17), and on information, sensitization and public education (Art 18).

A final workshop report and digital technical guide will be developed as part of the project outcomes, which will contribute in promoting region-wide awareness on mercury. We will also report the outcomes of this project at the APEC OFWG in 2019 in order to promote cross-fora collaboration. In addition to this, we will create cooperative network among participants in order to exchange ideas and share updated information and we will encourage participants in this network to have meetings with other colleagues in their home economies to extend this network.

Project Overseers

Cristian Brito Martinez

Environmental Risk Coordinator

Ministry of the Environment

Chilean, Environmental Chemist graduated at the University of Chile and Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Administration at the University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain. He has more than thirteen years of professional experience in the mining sector, petrochemical, engineering companies and Public Service. He is specialist in chemical and environmental risk management, mercury waste management, environmental toxicology and contracts management.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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