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Italiano: Il simbolo delle sostanze inquinanti per l'ambiente, secondo la direttiva 67/548/EWG dell' European Chemicals Bureau (Ufficio Europeo Sostanze Chimiche).
Deutsch: Das Gefahrensymbol für umweltgefährdende Substanzen nach der Richtlinie 67/548/EWG vom European Chemicals Bureau (Chemikalienfachstelle der EU).
Latviešu: Bīstamības videi simbols ķīmiskajām vielām saskaņā ar Eiropas Padomes direktīvu 67/548/EEK (kopš 2009. g. 20. janvāra tā aizstāta ar Regulu Nr. 1272/2008).
Русский: Символ опасности химического вещества для окружающей среды согласно директиве Совета Европы 67/548/EWG (с 20 января 2009 г. замещена Регулой № 1272/2008).
Français : Symbole des polluants de l'environnement, conformément à la directive 67/548/CEE du «Bureau européen des substances chimiques (European Chemicals Agency).
English: Symbol of pollutants to the environment, according to the directive 67/548/EWG of 'European Chemicals Bureau (European Chemicals Agency).
Date 11 August 2006 Older version: From clipart Gallery on, April 29, 2006 See ECB hazard symbols for all symbols.
Source Converted from EPS file at
Author See historic

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