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.
France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden agree to jointly assess glyphosate
15-03-2019 | 10:30
The European Commission is proposing that France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden jointly form the Rapporteur Member State ...
Twenty-five percent ‘green’ authorisations in 2018
23-01-2019 | 16:13
Out of a total of 120 new plant protection products, the Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocidal ...
Vewin list of pesticides in surface water updated
22-01-2019 | 14:02
The list of active substances and metabolites of plant protection products and biocides that are detected at one or more ...
Revised intake procedure for plant protection products has begun
18-12-2018 | 15:04
In November the transition to a revised intake phase for applications for plant protection products began: the deadlines for ...
In 2019 only evaluated ecological models will be accepted in applications
18-12-2018 | 14:50
In recent guidance documents such as the EFSA Aquatic Guidance Document and EFSA guidance Birds & Mammals, the possibility of ...
International committee gives Ctgb positive evaluation
18-12-2018 | 14:26
The quality of the risk assessment of plant protection products and biocides in the Netherlands exceeds the scientific ...