Past emissions reported by countries to the UNECE CLRTAP Convention and EEA, and for WB countries from UNECE/EMEP estimates. 2010 projections data reported by EU Member States under the EU’s National Emission Ceiling Directive. 2020 outlooks calculated from the GAINS model (IIASA) on the basis of the PRIMES2010 energy scenario. Outlooks shown include a) a 2020 ‘current policy’ baseline, b) the emission reduction required in 2020 in order that the EU-27 achieve the environmental objectives of the Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution (TSAP) and c) the maximum reduction case (MRR) in 2020.
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The best way to dispose of paint is to deliver it to your local specialist waste recycling centre. If you do not have access to one of these, let the paint dry fully, adding sawdust or cat litter as needed, before putting it in the dustbin. Don't throw it down the drain, because it is toxic and it interferes with the processes of water treatment plants.
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