COMMISSION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION
THREE COUNTRIES WORKING TOGETHER TO PROTECT OUR SHARED ENVIRONMENT
Montreal, 11 May 2012—On 8 February 2012, the Secretariat of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) announced that it had begun an independent examination into the environmental hazards and public health issues associated with the transboundary movement and recycling of spent lead-acid batteries (SLABs) in North America.
To enhance the quality of this study and public report, and the transparency of our research, the CEC Secretariat is soliciting comments on the research questions provided below. Comments received by 8 June 2012 will be most helpful. Interested persons and organizations are encouraged to contact the Secretariat at any time should they wish to provide information and/or to be included in individual consultations.
The initial research questions for this study are:
For more information on the scope and organization of this study please refer to the report’s draft Table of Contents.
Public discussion of the draft report will begin after July 2012. The Secretariat anticipates that the report will be completed in 2012.
If you have questions about the draft or the review process, please contact Eduardo Viadas, CEC Secretariat, email@example.com