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2018 BPC Work programme for active substance approvals

2018 BPC Work programme for active substance approvals

See below the work programme of the Biocidal Product Committee and the Working Groups for 2018 for biocide active substance approvals:

    Active substances/PT
March BPC-24 Salicylic acid (2, 3, 4)

2-phenoxyethanol(1, 2, 4)

April BPC-25 DBNPA (4)

Willaertia subsp. magna, C2c.Maky(11)

Active chlorine generated from sodium chloride by electrolysis (1-5)

Silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate(2,4,7,9)

Silver copper zeolite(2,4,7,9)

Silver zeolite(2,4,7,9)

Silver zinc zeolite(2,4,7,9)

Chlorfenapyr(18)

Icaridin(19)

Carbendazim(7,9,10)

May Working Group Sodium metabisulfite (9)
June BPC-26 ADBAC (3,4)

DDAC (3,4)

September Working Group Metofluthrin (10)

Sodium dichloroisocyanuratedehydrate (2,3,4,5)

Troclosene sodium(2,3,4,5)

Symclosene (trichloroisocyanuric acid)(2,3,4,5)

Sulphur dioxide generated from sulphur by combustion(4)

d-Allethrin(18)

Esbiothrin(18)

Lavandin oil(19)

SodiumCacodylate(18)

October BPC-27 Sodium metabisulfite (9)

Pentapotassium bis(peroxymonosulphate) bis(sulphate) (KMPS)(2-5)

November Working Group Creosote (8)

Peroxyoctanoicacid(2,3,4)

Diamine(8)

Bardap 26 (2,4)

ADBAS (4)

Hydrogen peroxide(11,12)

Monochloramine generated from ammonium carbamate and a chlorine source(6,11,12)

December BPC-28 Metofluthrin (10)

Sodium dichloroisocyanuratedehydrate (2,3,4,5)

Troclosene sodium(2,3,4,5)

Symclosene (trichloroisocyanuric acid)(2,3,4,5)

Sulphur dioxide generated from sulphur by combustion(4)

d-Allethrin(18)

Esbiothrin(18)

Lavandin oil (19)

SodiumCacodylate (18)

 

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