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Regulation of toxic chemicals in the North Sea. P.A. Johnston et al. North Sea Monitor, June 1994, 12(2), 9--16.

The need is discussed for an adequate control strategy. Consideration is given to current input data, and quality of analytical data. With reference to point source monitoring its potential advantages are reviewed. The feasibility of providing the data necessary to police the legislative requirements of the 3 NSC Declaration or the Paris Convention is questioned. A case study is reported of the PVC sector and tabulated data of halogenated and non-halogenated compounds identified in effluents and soils from PVC manufacturing sites in Europe. 25 refs.

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