Reports on Chile

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Subject Reports in Chile:

chile   Design for Environment in Chile
  Latin America
chile   Energy Efficiency in Chile
  Latin America
chile   Hazardous Waste in Chile
  Latin America
chile   Packaging and Labeling in Chile
  Latin America
chile   Product Take-back in Chile
  Latin America
chile   Transboundary Waste Shipments in Chile
  Latin America

Restricted Substances in Chile:

chile   Restricted Substances Overview in Chile
  Latin America

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Chile Reg Alerts

January 24, 2018
Chilean National Eco-design and Labeling Plan 2018-2022 Open...
January 22, 2018
Chilean Bill Would Require the Use of Bioplastic Containers ...
December 12, 2017
Chile - EPR Law Procedural Regulation Finalized
November 30, 2017
Chilean Draft GHS Regulation Open for Public Comment
October 30, 2017
Chile - 2018-2030 National Waste Policy Open for Public Comm...
September 18, 2017
Chile - Ministry of Environment Extends Information Request ...
June 14, 2017
Chilean Ministry of Environment Requests Information from Pr...
March 6, 2017
Subject Reports Updated - Chile
February 27, 2017
Chile Establishes New Energy Efficiency Label for Television...

Chile Questions

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Answered Apr 12, 2013
I have the following questions on the article “Propose...
Answered Aug 24, 2012
I have a question regarding energy efficiency in Chile...
Answered Oct 25, 2010

Chile Summary

Chile lies on the southwestern edge of South America with a population of over 16 million. It is heavily urbanized, with 40% of the population and 50% of industry located in the Metropolitan Area (RM) of the capital, Santiago. The country is divided into 15 regions (one of which is the RM and two of which were formed in 2007), each region into provinces, and each province into "communities." Chile's economy is based heavily on natural resource extraction, with 90% of its exports coming from unprocessed or slightly processed minerals, trees, fish and fruit. It has associate member status in both Mercosur and the Andean Community, the two main trading blocs of South America.




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