International Stewardship

Container Disposal for Developing Countries
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Guidance to Educators
pdf_icon  Visual Aids to Training v1.pdf



Grain Bag Recycling in Saskatchewan
power_icon  Tammy Myers, Moose Jaw River Watershed Stewards, Inc. 



pdf_icon Update on Canada’s Obsolete Stocks Program – Barry Friesen, CleanFARMS™ Inc.

pdf_icon Ontario’s Comprehensive On-Farm Approach to Unwanted Pesticides and Pharmaceuticals in the Great Lakes Basin – Deborah Brooker, Ontario Ministry of Ag and Margaret Jones, U.S. EPA Region 5

pdf_icon The Problem of “Pirate” or Counterfeit Pesticide Products In Africa – Cam Davreux, C.B. Davreux & Associates Inc.


 International Pesticide Container Recycling Activities
pdf_icon CropLife International Global Container Management. Where We Are? Where We Are Going? – Cam Davreux, VP, CropLife Canada

pdf_icon Pesticide Container Disposal in Peru and Campo Limpio Activities – Alfredo Malarin, Campo Limpio, Peru

pdf_icon Pesticide Safety Training in West Africa – Don Mullins and Pat Hipkins, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech University

pdf_icon The Backstory on Insecticide-Impregnated Netting Used for Vector Control
Presenter – Robert L. Denny II, Arrowchase, Inc. Environmental Project Management, Vilnius, Lithuania


pdf_icon TPSA International Project on Pesticide Container Disposal in Developing Countries  Don Mullins, Professor of Entomology, Virginia Tech


pdf_icon  Why Pesticide Stewardship Includes Pesticide Use Reduction, A European View  Gretta Goldenman, Director Milieu Ltd., Environmental Law & Policy, Brussels, Belgium

 International Papers
pdf_icon Dietary Intake of Organophosphorus Pesticide Residues through Vegetables from Kumasi, Ghana – Godfred Darko, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

 Stewardship of Container Collections
pdf_icon CropLife International Stewardship for International Container Collection Projects – Cam Davreux, CropLife Canada

pdf_icon Developing Training Supplements to the FAO Guidance on Empty Pesticide Containers: A Project of TPSA’s International Committee – Rob Denny, Arrowchase, Inc.

pdf_icon New FAO-WHO Guidelines on Management Options for Empty Pesticide Containers – Dr. Gero Vaagt, FAO representative in Nicaragua

Mexico-US Border Pesticide Disposal Update
pdf_icon The US/Mexico Pesticide Information Exchange Program – Mario Saavedra, Texas Department of Agriculture, El Paso, assisted by Cary Hamilton, New Mexico Department of Agriculture

pdf_icon Pesticide Disposal Projects Under the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program (Border 2010) – Mary Grisier, Region IX EPA

Developing and Implementing a TPSA-supported International Project
pdf_icon Build on “Stewardship of Container Collection” Session Discussions and Additional Information Collected from Developing Countries in South America and West Africa. – The goal would be to identify gaps in outreach/training material or information needs to determine and develop a project or projects that the TPSA International Stewardship Work Group will undertake in the next year.