Aktuell gibt es verschiedene Möglichkeiten für die Registrierung / Zulassung von Biozid-Produkten:
Upcoming deadlines for 2020:
Alpha-bromadiolone (February 2020)
ECHA launches a public consultation on alpha-bromadiolone (PT14) as a potential candidate for substitution. Deadline for providing information is 14/04/2020.
Active chlorine (January 2020)
"Active chlorine generated from sodium chloride by electrolysis" and "Active chlorine released from hypochlorous acid", PT1-5: the date of approval is getting closer (here)!
Approval of insecticides, attractants, and repellents (December 2019)
The Biocidal Products Committee (BPC) intends to decide on approval or non-approval for the following active substances, which are under review for product types 18 and 19 in June 2020 (BPC-35):
The Biocidal Products Committee (BPC) intends to decide on approval or non-approval for the following active substances, which are under review for product types 18 in November - December 2020 (BPC-37):
Are you manufacturer or distributor of an insecticide or repellent based on one of these active ingredients? Make sure that your product remains legally compliant in the EU market. We can advise you on strategies for cost-optimised authorisation of your biocidal product under the Biocidal Products Regulation BPR (EU) No 528/2012. Contact us -we will work out the best options for your biocidal product.
Copper: essential use derogation (September 2019)
The Biocidal Products Committee (BPC) intends to decide on essential use derogation for Copper (product types 2, 5 and 11) in October 2019. The BPC-32 meeting has been cancelled and there is no timeline for the essential use derogation yet available.
Belgium: new procedure under transitional law (May 2019)
With the latest Belgian Royal Decree, the registration procedure for biocides in Belgium under transitional law has changed. Before, a notification or authorization was demanded depending on the product type. Now, registration is the only procedure for all biocidal product types. Do you intend to market your biocidal product in Belgium? Contact us to find out more.
Exclusion of Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids as active substances in biocidal products (January 2019)
Under the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR), Pyrethrins or Pyrethroids as active substances in biocidal products have been redefined as “Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium, extract from open and mature flowers of Tanacetum cinerariifolium obtained with hydrocarbon solvents” and “Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium extract from open and mature flowers of Tanacetum cinerariifolium obtained with supercritical carbondioxide”. The Article 95 list has been amended accordingly.