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Call of interest to join the EU registration groups forSodium Hypochlorite (Regulation 528/2012)

Call of interest to join the EU registration groups forSodium Hypochlorite (Regulation 528/2012)

Submission deadline January 2019 If you areinterestedin supporting Biocidal Products based on the active substanceSodium Hypochlorite (Product types 1, 2, 3, 4&5), please express your interest in the IT System developed by KAELTIA (KBC System) or contact us by email at biocides@kaeltia.com. By doing so, you will be able to find other co-registrants in Europe […]

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EU approval conditions for anticoagulant rodenticides until 2024

EU approval conditions for anticoagulant rodenticides until 2024

The anticoagulant rodenticides Warfarin, Chlorophacinone, Coumatetralyl, Difenacoum, Bromadiolone, Brodifacoum, Difethialone y Flocumafen, identified as “Candidates for Substitution” have been renewed until 2024. The Comparative Assessment performed concluded that currently, non-chemical alternatives that are sufficiently effective are available to substitute these active substances. However, the anticoagulant substances have been approved with some restrictions: General conditions of […]

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I Congress on Fertilizers in Madrid

I Congress on Fertilizers in Madrid

KÆLTIA will attend the 1st Congress on Fertilizers by ACEFER on the 26-27 September in Madrid. KÆLTIA’s representative is joining the companies in the sector in this 1st Congress organized by ACEFER (Asociación Comercial Española de Fertilizantes) and sponsored by Fertinagro Biotech, ICL Specialty Fertilizers andCajamar. The venue for the event will be the Hotel […]

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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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Meet our regulatory experts! Upcoming international events calendar

Meet our regulatory experts! Upcoming international events calendar

Please find below a list of key international events in the world of pest management: Date Days Event Venue Website 16/09/17 3 Science Protecting Plant Health Brisbane, Australia http://sciplant2017.com.au/ 28/09/17 2 Parasitec 2017 Turkey, Istambul http://turkey.parasitec.org/en/ 28/09/17 4 Agricultural Fair St. Miquel Lleida, Spain http://firadelleida.com/santmiquel/ 29/09/17 3 BioCultura Valencia Valencia, Spain http://www.biocultura.org/valencia/informacion 02/10/17 5 Expoquimia […]

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EMA prepares for Brexit

EMA prepares for Brexit

Business continuity plan aims to preserve Agency’s ability to protect public and animal health The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has developed and initiated a business continuity plan to deal with the uncertainty and workload implications linked to the United Kingdom’s (UK’s) withdrawal from the European Union (EU) and the Agency’s relocation. The business continuity plan is a […]

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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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