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Updated eu list of substances of very high concern

Updated eu list of substances of very high concern

The EU Candidate List of substances of very high concern (SVHCs) for authorisation now contains 173 substances. ECHA added four new SVHCs to the Candidate List based on proposals by France, Sweden, Germany and Austria. The Candidate List is a list of substances that may have serious effects on human health or the environment. Substances on […]

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17 BPC Opinions on disinfectants and preservatives

17 BPC Opinions on disinfectants and preservatives

The EU Biocidal Products Committee adopted opinions for the following active substances that may be approved in the relevant product-types: Peracetic acid generated from tetra-acetylethylenediamine (TAED) and sodium percarbonatefor product-types 2, 3 and 4; Active chlorine released from sodium hypochlorite for product-types 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Active chlorine released from calcium hypochlorite for product-types 2, […]

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14 Symposium sanidad vegetal, Sevilla

14 Symposium sanidad vegetal, Sevilla

The 14th Symposium of Plant Health will take place in Seville on the 25th, 26th and 27th of January and KAELTIA representative will attend this Conference/Exhibition where Industry, Farmers and Authorities share their respective experience with the current regulatory issues and also show their respective concerns about the future of this sector. You can find […]

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Biocidal products committee adopts 17 opinions on disinfectants and preservatives

Biocidal products committee adopts 17 opinions on disinfectants and preservatives

The Biocidal Products Committee adopted opinions for the following active substances that may be approved in the relevant product-types: Peracetic acid generated from tetra-acetylethylenediamine (TAED) and sodium percarbonatefor product-types 2, 3 and 4; Active chlorine released from sodium hypochlorite for product-types 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Active chlorine released from calcium hypochlorite for product-types 2, 3, […]

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Medical devices: new regulatory framework

Medical devices: new regulatory framework

The new Medical Devices framework consists of two Regulations: In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Regulation (IVDMDR) which will replace the current Council Directive 98/79 on In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Medical Device Regulation (MDR) which will replace the following current Directives: Council Directive 93/42/EEC on Medical Devices Council Directive 90/385/EEC on Active Implantable Medical Devices […]

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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

Submission deadline January 2018 If you are interested in supporting Biocidal Products based on the active substances Bacillus amyloliquefaciens (Product Type 3), Bardap 26 (Product Type 8),  Biphenyl-2-ol (Product Type 3), Copper (Product Type 21), Copper thiocyanate (Product Type 21),  Cyromazine (Product Type 18), DBDCB (Product Type 6), Dicopper oxide (Product Type 21) or Tolyfluanid […]

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Don’t forget the AIR4 Renewal deadlines: GROUP 3

Don’t forget the AIR4 Renewal deadlines: GROUP 3

As already mentioned in a previous post regarding this topic on AIR4 Renewal Programme, for the work programme, plant protection active substances have been divided into four groups based on the initial expiry date of the active substance approval and presumed characteristics of the substance: Group 1 – Substances with expiry date before 30 April […]

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Biocide active substances not supported under the review programme

Biocide active substances not supported under the review programme

The following active substances are no longer considered to be supported in the biocides review programme for the specified product type: • Esfenvalerate (CAS 66230-04-4) for use in insecticides (PT 18) • Dichlofluanid (CAS 1085-98-9) for use in film preservatives (PT 7) • Citriodiol (CAS 42822-86-6) for use in repellents and attractants (PT 19) • […]

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