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Subject Reports in Slovenia:

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slovenia   Batteries in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Design for Environment in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Energy Efficiency in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Packaging and Labeling in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Product Take-back in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Transboundary Waste Shipments in Slovenia
  Europe

Restricted Substances in Slovenia:

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slovenia   Restricted Substances Overview in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Aliphatic hydrocarbons (Solvents) in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Arsenic compounds (Metals) in Slovenia
arsenic compounds ()
Restrictions: Wood products: prohibition
  Europe
slovenia   Asbestos compounds (asbestos) in Slovenia
actinolite (77536-66-4)amosite (12172-73-5)anthrophyllite (77536-67-5)chrysotile (12001-29-5)crocidolite (12001-28-4)tremolite (77536-68-6)
Restrictions: Prohibition (not detected).
  Europe
slovenia   Azo dyes (dyes) in Slovenia
2,4,5-Trimethylaniline (137-17-7)2,4-Diaminoanisole (615-05-4)2,4-Toluenediamine (95-80-7)2-Amino-4-nitrotoluene (99-55-8)2-Naphthylamine (91-59-8)3,3’-Dichlorobenzidine ( 91-94-1)3,3’-Dimethoxybenzidine (119-90-4)3,3’-Dimethyl-4,4’diaminodiphenylmethane (838-88-0)3,3’-Dimethylbenzidine (119-93-7)4,4’-Diaminodiphenylmethane (101-77-9)4,4’-Methylene-bis-(2-chloraniline) (101-14-4)4,4’-Oxydianiline (101-80-4)4,4’-Thiodianiline (139-65-1)4-amino azobenzene (60-09-3)4-Aminodiphenyl (92-67-1)4-Chloro-o-toluidine (95-69-2)Benzidine (92-87-5)Navy blue 018112 (92-87-5)o-Aminoazotoluene (97-56-3)o-anisidine (90-04-0)o-Toluidine (95-53-4)p-Chloroaniline (106-47-8)p-Cresidine (120-71-8)
Restrictions: 30 ppm
  Europe
slovenia   Benzene and Toluene (Solvents) in Slovenia
Restrictions: Limit: concentration of 5 mg/kg of the weight of (part of) the toy
  Europe
slovenia   Cadmium compounds (Metals) in Slovenia
cadmium (7440-43-9)
Restrictions: All articles: 0.01% by mass in specific plastics
Specified articles: prohibition (if used for cadmium plating)
Packaging: 100 ppm for sum of heavy metals
Electronics: 0.01%
  Europe
slovenia   Chromium compounds (Metals) in Slovenia
chromium (VI) (7440-47-3)
Restrictions: Packaging: 100 ppm for sum of heavy metals (lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and cadmium)
Electronics: 0.1%
  Europe
slovenia   Dioxins and Furans (dioxins and furans) in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Disperse dyes (dyes) in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   F-gases (greenhouse gases) in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Flame retardants compounds (flame retardants) in Slovenia
Octabromodiphenyl Ether (OctaBDE) (32536-52-0)Pentabromodiphenyl ether (PentaBDE) (32534-81-9)Polybromobiphenyls (PBB) (59536-65-1)tri-(2,3,-dibromopropyl)-phosphate (TRIS) (126-72-7)tris-(aziridinyl)-phosphineoxide (TEPA) (5455-55-1)
Restrictions: All articles: PentaBDE & OctaBDE: limit (0.1% bymass)
Textiles: prohibition for TRIS, TEPA, PBB
Electronics: polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) : 0.1%
  Europe
slovenia   Formaldehyde (formaldehyde) in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Lead compounds (Metals) in Slovenia
Restrictions: Packaging: 100 ppm for sum of heavy metals (lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and cadmium)
Electronics: 0.1%
  Europe
slovenia   Mercury compounds (Metals) in Slovenia
mercury (7439-97-6)
Restrictions: Packaging: 100 ppm for sum of heavy metals (lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium and cadmium)
Batteries: 0.0005 % (weight), 5 ppm
Electronics: 0.1%
  Europe
slovenia   Nickel compounds (Metals) in Slovenia
Nickel (7440-02-0)
Restrictions: 0.2 microgram/cm2/week (migration limit) for items pierced into the human body
0.5 microgram/cm2/week in articles coming into direct and prolonged contact with skin.
  Europe
slovenia   Organostannic compounds (organo tin) in Slovenia
  Europe
slovenia   Ozone depleting CFCs (ozone depleting substances) in Slovenia
CFC 11 (75-69-4)CFC 111 (354-56-3)CFC 112 (76-12-0)CFC 113 (76-13-1)CFC 114 (76-14-2)CFC 115 (76-15-3)CFC 12 (75-71-8)CFC 13 (75-72-9)CFC 211 (422-78-6)CFC 212 (3182-26-1)CFC 213 (2354-06-5)CFC 214 (29255-31-0)CFC 215 ([1599-41-3)CFC 216 (661-97-2)CFC 217 (422-86-6)
  Europe
slovenia   Ozone depleting halons (ozone depleting substances) in Slovenia
Halon 1211 (353-59-3)Halon 1301 (75-63-8)Halon 2402 (124-73-2)
Restrictions: Prohibition
  Europe

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Slovenia Summary


Slovenia (20,273 sq. km; approximately 2 million inhabitants) is a parliamentary democratic republic. The President, the Chief of State, is elected by popular vote for a five-year term.

The unicameral National Assembly is composed of 90 members, 40 of which are directly elected and 50 of which are elected on a proportional basis (the number of directly elected and proportionally elected seats varies with each election). Members of the National Assembly have a mandate for four years. The two highest courts of the Slovenian judicial system are the Supreme Court (a court of third instance) and the Constitutional Court (a court with sole jurisdiction over constitutional issues). The judges of the Supreme Court are elected by the National Assembly on the recommendation of the Judicial Council and the judges of the Constitutional Court are elected for nine-year terms by the National Assembly and nominated by the President.

Current environmental issues include river pollution from domestic and industrial waste; pollution of coastal waters with heavy metals and toxic chemicals; and forest damage from air pollution resulting in acid rain.

Slovenia entered the European Union on 1 May 2004. Under the terms of the accession negotiations, candidate countries are obliged to transpose the environmental acquis (community law) into national law by the date of accession. However, in the case of very recent EU legislation which entails significant investments and/or infrastructure upgrades, member states may negotiate transition periods beyond the accession date. Negotiations on the environmental chapter of the accession programme were closed in December 2002. Slovenia obtained transitional arrangements for the recovery and recycling of packaging waste (until 2007), treatment of urban waste water (until 2015) and integrated pollution prevention and control (until 2011).

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