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Paints, Varnishes

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Paints, Varnishes

Nordic Committee for the Paint and Varnish Industry
European Aerosol Assembly / Est. 1995
International Natural Gums Association for Research / Est. 2000
Consumer Specialty Products Association / Est. 1914
Nordic Master Painters' Organization / Est. 1934
Transocean Marine Paint Association / Est. 1959
Association for International Promotion of Gums
Technical Association of the European Lubricant Industry / Est. 1976
International Secretariat of Painters and Similar Professions / Est. 1904
International Society for Aerosols in Medicine / Est. 1970
European Confederation for Trade in Paint, Wall- and Floorcoverings / Est. 1978
International Joint Painting, Decorating and Drywall Apprenticeship and Manpower Training Fund / Est. 1992
CMEA Coordinating Centre for Anticorrosive Metal Protection / Est. 1971
International Association of the Deinking Industry / Est. 1989
European Adhesive Tape Association / Est. 1958
European Society for Pigment Cell Research / Est. 1985
International Mastic Asphalt Association / Est. 1972
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades / Est. 1887
EUROPALUB - European Lubricants Statistics / Est. 1994
International Organization of Aluminium Aerosol Container Manufacturers / Est. 1976
Asian Aerosol Research Assembly
PRA World / Est. 1926
Aminoplast Glues Manufacturers Association
Nordic Lacquer and Paint Merchants' Union
Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research / Est. 2004

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World Problems relating to Paints, Varnishes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Mycteria leucocephala
Threatened species of Anguispira picta
Threatened species of Callagur borneoensis
Threatened species of Grantiella picta
Threatened species of Discoglossus nigriventer
Threatened species of Leptoxis taeniata
Threatened species of Rostratulidae
Aerosols as industrial hazards
Lead poisoning in the home
Environmental hazards from mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials
Instability of trade in mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials
Instability of paint industry
Long-term shortage of mineral fuels and lubricants
Harmful paint pigments
Toxic anti-fouling agents
Occupational hazards of painters

Action Strategies relating to Paints, Varnishes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing water pollution by organotin compounds used in anti-fouling paints
Recycling paint
Painting surrounding store fronts
Developing lubricants industry
Producing resins

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