Trinidad and Tobago’s National Results Workshop for the Mercury Storage and Disposal Project in the Caribbean was held today which marks the end of the results workshops to be held for this project. The focus of the workshop was on each country’s national action plan and the next steps to be taken in order to ensure successful execution of mercury management and possible ratification of the Minamata Convention. The mercury inventory was conducted with the assistance of intern Kishan Patloo (on behalf of the BCRC-Caribbean and the Ministry of Planning and Development, Environmental Policy and Planning Division) and in strong collaboration with stakeholders from relevant sectors. Ms. Ali Shah of the BCRC-Caribbean presented the findings of the inventory with input from Ms. Jewel Batchasingh, Research Analyst at the BCRC-Caribbean who managed the project and Dr. Ahmad Khan, Director of the BCRC-Caribbean. Stakeholders in attendance included those from the relevant ministries, oil production industry, cement production industry and the dental sector, among others. Following the workshop, the National Mercury Releases Inventory reports for each of the 3 participating countries (Jamaica, Suriname and Trindad and Tobago) will be finalized and published.