The task of the Dutch Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides (Ctgb) is to assess whether plant protection products and biocidal products are safe for humans, animals and the environment before these products can be sold and used in the Netherlands.
Ctgb participates in European training programme for micro-organism assessment
02-07-2020 | 12:13
The Ctgb, together with the French consultant organisations AETS and AINIA, is going to provide training for all European ...
Extension of timelines for dossier only in exceptional cases
01-07-2020 | 15:14
In exceptional cases, the Covid-19 crisis can lead to delays in compiling dossiers. ECHA has recently published information about ...
More hand sanitisers and disinfectants for surfases allowed for professional use against coronavirus
26-03-2020 | 17:13
Update march 31, 2020: list with all disinfectants for surfase (PT02) for professional use only On 16 March 2020, the Ministry of ...
Accelerated new authorisations or extension of existing authorisations with a virus claim not possible
17-03-2020 | 15:56
To begin with, we would like to refer consumers to the advice given by RIVM to prevent infection with the coronavirus. It is not ...
Vewin list of plant protection products and biocides in surface water updated
20-01-2020 | 11:47
On a yearly basis, Vewin communicates to Ctgb the list of active substances and metabolites of plant protection products and ...
Pesticide atlas updated with monitoring data of 2018
30-10-2019 | 11:44
On October 29th, 2019, the Pesticides Atlas (in Dutch: Bestrijdingsmiddelenatlas) has been updated with the monitoring data of ...