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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 1 December 2016 If you are interested in supporting Biocidal Products based on the active substances IPBC (Product type 13), DCPP (Product types 1, 2 & 4), Potassium sorbate (Product type 8) and Propiconazole (Product type 7) please express your interest in the IT System developed by KAELTIA (KBC System) that has been […]

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Public health risks of the Bacillus cereus group

Public health risks of the Bacillus cereus group

From 2007 to 2014, EU Member States reported 413 strong-evidence foodborne outbreaks associated with the naturally occurring, soil-borne bacteria Bacillus cereus, which affected 6,657 people and caused 352 hospitalisations. Bacillus cereus group is very diverse and that there was little information in the literature on other pathogenic Bacillus spp. The Bacillus cereus group comprise eight recognised species and […]

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Plant Biostimulant: new legislative framework expected for 2018!

Plant Biostimulant: new legislative framework expected for 2018!

None of the current EU pieces of legislation on Plant Health covers the marketing requirements for substances, mixtures and micro-organisms commonly referred to as plant biostimulants, either the Fertilizers or Plant Protection Product EU Regulations. These substances, mixtures and micro-organisms are not plant nutrients, but they stimulate plants’ nutrition processes, improving the plants’ nutrient use […]

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In situ generated active substances – September 2016 deadline

In situ generated active substances – September 2016 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 is generated. […]

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Join EU Biocide Registration Groups – Submission deadline 1 October 2016

Join EU Biocide Registration Groups – Submission deadline 1 October 2016

If you are interested in supporting Biocidal Products based on the active substances Glutaraldehyde, Clothianidin, Folpet, 2-Methylisothiazol-3(2H)-one and Copper pyrithione, please express your interest in the IT System developed by KAELTIA (KBC System, http://consortium.kaeltia.com/) that has been designed to help you to find other co-registrants in Europe to support similar products, where with a lower […]

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Kaeltia Biocide Consortium

Kaeltia Biocide Consortium

We are pleased to announce that KAELTIA has developed an IT System, called KBC (KAELTIA Biocide Consortium) that facilitates manufacturers/formulators/distributors of biocidal products to work together and to cooperate in the preparation of EU authorisation dossiers under the Regulation 528/2012. We invite you to visit KBC website http://consortium.kaeltia.com/ and to check teh User Guide of this System. […]

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