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Support the African Amalgam Amendment

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Support the African Amalgam Amendment to the Minamata Convention on Mercury

Dear Parties and Signatories to the Minamata Convention:

We, the undersigned dental associations, environmental NGOs, and other civil society organizations, urge you to support, at COP3, the proposed African Amalgam Amendment to the Minamata Convention.

The proposed amendment would phase out amalgam in two steps: (1) ending amalgam use in deciduous teeth, children under 15 years, pregnant women, and breastfeeding women by 2021 and (2) ending all amalgam use – except where no mercury-free alternatives are available – by 2024.

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