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In situ generated active substances – September 2017 deadline

In situ generated active substances – September 2017 deadline

In situ generated biocidal active substances are active substances generated from one or more precursors at the place of use. Until now, active substance evaluation has not consistently considered both the precursors and the generated active substance, so active substances generated in situ have been redefined to specify the precursors from which the active substance […]

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Call of interest to join the EU registration groups for Biocidal Products – Deadlines

Call of interest to join the EU registration groups for Biocidal Products – Deadlines

If you are interested in supporting Biocidal Products in the Consortia KBC System developed by KÆLTIA based on the following active substances, be aware of their relevant submission deadlines: Submission deadline          Active Substances 01 October 2017 Peracetic acid (Product Types 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6) 01 January 2018 Ampholyt 20 (Product Types 2, 3 […]

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Global trade of counterfeit and illegal pesticides is growing

Global trade of counterfeit and illegal pesticides is growing

Increasing quantities of illegal pesticides are being produced, marketed and sold in Europe with the consequent risks to human, animal and environment health as well as for the economy, including the loss of thousands of jobs.   Despite the EU legislation is one of the most restrictive in the world, the EU Commission estimates that […]

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Call of interest to join the EU registration groups for Biocidal Products

Call of interest to join the EU registration groups for Biocidal Products

New approval of biocidal active substances in Europe The following active substances have been evaluated and have been proposed for approval for use in biocidal products placed on the EU market: Silicon dioxide Kieselguhr for product type 18; Pyrogenic, synthetic amorphous, nano, surface treated silicon dioxide for product type 18; and Dichlofluanid for product type […]

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EU Poison centres notification portal

EU Poison centres notification portal

Under Article 45 of the CLP Regulation, importers and downstream users placing hazardous mixtures on the market have to provide the relevant information to national Poison Centres within their respective Member State. Up to date, the procedure and the data required for such notification are specific for each Member State and no harmonisation exists. However, […]

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Eu pesticides database updates – 1st quater 2017

Eu pesticides database updates – 1st quater 2017

The following updates have been published in the EU Pesticide Database of the EU Commission website: 28/04/2017 MRLs Commission Regulation for cymoxanil, phosphane and phosphide salts and sodium 5-nitroguaiacolate, sodium o-nitrophenolate and sodium p-nitrophenolate in or on certain products 05/04/2017 MRLs Commission Regulation for sulfoxaflor in or on certain products 24/03/2017 Insertion of Review Reports for clayed charcoal, Mild […]

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Biocides Symposium 2017 – Barcelona, Spain

Biocides Symposium 2017 – Barcelona, Spain

The last Biocides Symposium organised by Chemical Watch in Barcelona focused on the most updated information about different authorization processes of biocidal products and active substances within the Biocidal Product Regulation (EU) No 528/2012. In addition, different national schemes that apply under the transitional rules were also discussed by some EU countries’ representatives from Spain, […]

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Call of interest to join the EU registration groups for Plant Protection Products

Call of interest to join the EU registration groups for Plant Protection Products

If you are interested in supporting Plant Protection Products in the Consortia KPPC System developed by KÆLTIA based on the following active substances, be aware of their relevant approval dates: Approval dates Active Substances 05 August 2015     Halauxifen-methyl 07 August 2015     Pepino mosaic virus strain CH2 isolate 1906 10 August 2015     Terpenoid blend […]

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KÆLTIA Plant Protection Product Consortium

KÆLTIA Plant Protection Product Consortium

We are pleased to announce that KÆLTIA has developed an IT System, called KPPC (KÆLTIAPlant Protection Consortium) that facilitates manufacturers/formulators/distributors of plant protection products to work together and to cooperate in the preparation of EU authorisation dossiers under the Regulation 1107/2009. We invite you to visit KPPC website http://pppconsortium.KÆLTIA.com/ and to check the User Guide of […]

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