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Annex 10 Interpretation for assigning the minimum carriage requirements for mixtures involving products included in the IBC/BCH Codes for safety reasons

  1 Mixtures of substances which are in the IBC/BCH Codes due to their safety hazards (including mixtures of such substances with pollutant-only substances) may be carried, with the approval of the Administration concerned, under the following conditions:

  • .1 every component in the mixture must be listed in the Code;

  • .2 the minimum carriage requirements of each column in the Code is determined by selecting the most stringent requirement of the components present in the mixture, unless the Administration is satisfied that safe carriage is ensured by less stringent conditions;

  • .3 components present at a concentration of less than 1% may be disregarded in the selection of the minimum requirements; and

  • .4 the hazards of the mixture must not exceed the hazards of any individual component (synergistic effects).


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