|Table of Legal Instruments of the EU and the OECD||xxvii|
|Table of Treaties and other International Legal Instruments||xxxvi|
|1. Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes in
|RANSBOUNDARY MOVEMENTS OF HAZARDOUS WASTES: QUANTITIES
|A. Quantities of Hazardous Wastes||4|
|B. Causes of the Increase in Transboundary Movements of
|1. Wastes following the 'path of least resistance'||6|
|2. Wastes exported on a regional scale||8|
|3. Wastes with value as secondary raw materials||9|
|C. Hazardous Waste Generation in the Future||10|
|THE NATURE OF THE PROBLEM: CRITERIA FOR LEGAL REGULATION||12|
|D. The Hazardous Waste Cycle as an International and
|E. Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes as an Aspect
of Transboundary Pollution||13|
|EXISTING AND EMERGING INTERNATIONAL LEGAL RULES RELEVANT TO THE
HAZARDOUS WASTE CYCLE||14|
|F. Customary Law Related to Pollution Control||16|
|4. The limitation on the 'freedom to pollute' and the
concept of due diligence||16|
|5. The right of states to control activities within their area of
|6. Duties of co-operation and information||23|
|7. An assessment of the relevant customary law rules||25|
|G. Sectoral Pollution Control Regimes||25|
|H. International Rules on the Transport and Management of
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Book title: International Management of Hazardous Wastes:The Basel Convention and Related Legal Rules.
Contributors: Katharina Kummer - Author.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: ix.
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