Biocides

Biocides
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The European Commission Approves Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium Extract for Use in Biocidal Products of Type 18

The approval of Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium extract by the EU for type 18 biocides is a significant milestone in the fight against pest insects. This decision will come into effect on February 1, 2025.
Biocides
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2/22/2023

The European Union Approves Formic Acid for Biocidal Products: Conditions and Implications

The European Parliament and the Council have approved formic acid as an existing active substance for use in biocidal products of product types 2, 3, 4, and 5, in accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 528/2012. This decision includes formic acid among the approved active substances for biocidal products and comes with specific conditions and considerations aimed at ensuring effectiveness and safety for users, as well as environmental concerns.
Biocides
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2/22/2023

The European Commission approves the use of oxygen-generated ozone in biocidal products

In a decision that could improve the fight against pathogens such as viruses in Europe, the European Commission has approved the use of ozone generated from oxygen as a disinfectant for PT 2, 4, 5 and 11.
Biocides
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2/22/2023

EcoMundo Biocides Consortia: what are they and why join one?

With recurring approvals of biocidal active substances, companies producing biocidal products have to complete Marketing Authorization dossiers (MA) in order to continue to market their products. In order to reduce costs, a solution is available: join a biocides consortium.
Biocides
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2/22/2023

ADBAC/BKC and DDAC: Towards an approval of both active substances?

Last October, the Biocidal Products Committee (BPC) backed the approval of two biocidal active substances: ADBAC/BKC and DDAC. In concrete terms, this means that these substances will be approved in the coming years and that the preparation of the corresponding marketing authorisation dossiers must be started.
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2/22/2023

Brexit: what future for biocidal products in Europe?

#Brexit4You: To better guide you, EcoMundo closely monitors the regulatory evolutions related to Brexit. We deliver, on top of current affairs, our advice in order for you to be able to anticipate Brexit and its consequences on your compliance. - Brexit has had a major impact on companies in the biocides sector. The European Commission recently published a notice for stakeholders in this sector to guide them in the steps to be taken in the face of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union. EcoMundo summarises the key points for you.