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Multilateral Agreement M310

Multilateral Agreement M310

Multilateral Agreement Under paragraph 1.5.1 of ADR, concerning the transport of UN 2672 ammonia solution in rigid and composite IBCs

1. By derogation from the requirements of section, IBC03, UN 2672 ammonia solution with up to but not more than 35% ammonia may also be carried in rigid or composite plastics IBCs of types 31H1, 31H2 and 31HZ1.

2. The IBC shall be provided with a device to allow venting during carriage. The inlet to the venting device shall be sited in the vapour space of the IBC under maximum filling conditions during carriage and shall meet the provisions of section of ADR.

3. The IBC (s) shall only be carried in an 'open vehicle' as defined in chapter 1.2.1 of ADR.

4. This derogation shall not be applicable to carriage through the Channel Tunnel.

5. The consignor shall enter in the transport document: "Carriage agreed under the terms
of section 1.5.1 of ADR (M310)"

6. This agreement shall be valid until 31 January 2022 for the carriage on the territories of those ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement. If it is revoked before then by one of the signatories, it shall remain valid until the above mentioned date only for carriage on the territories ofthose ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement which have not revoked it.

Dublin, 25 January, 2018

For the Competent Authority in Ireland for ADR

Ireland 25/01/2018  
United Kingdom 26/01/2018  
Italy 28/03/2018  

Date of expiry: 1 February 2022 (corrected)

Multilateral Agreement in English

Explanatory letter in English

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ADR è l’accordo internazionale per il trasporto di merci pericolose su strada, acronimo di “Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road”. L'Accordo è stato sottoscritto a Ginevra il 30 settembre 1957 sotto gli auspici della Commissione economica delle Nazioni Unite per l'Europa, ed è entrato in vigore il 29 gennaio 1968. Con il D.Lgs. 40/2000 (GU n. 52 del 03.03.2000) è stata istituita la figura del Consulente per la sicurezza dei trasporti di merci pericolose (Consulente ADR). Il D.Lgs. 40/2000 è stato poi abrogato dal D.Lgs. 35/2010.

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