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Publication update Central Zone Evaluation Manual Ecotoxicology
The Central Zone Evaluation Manual Ecotoxicology, of which the first version was published in 2021, has been updated following ...
First extended authorisation under accelerated procedure
In April, the Ctgb approved for the first time an authorisation extended with minor uses based on the new administrative ...
Dutch Competent Authority declines capacity-building grant for assessment of biocides and pesticides
The Dutch Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides (Ctgb) has decided not to accept the EC grant for ...
Introduction of DROPLET version 1.3.2 in the national authorisation procedure
The DROPLET model is used within the risk assessment to evaluate whether the active substance exceeds the drinking water limit ...
Ctgb Annual Report 2022, taking steps towards sustainability
We published our Annual Report for 2022 and a corresponding infographic (in Dutch). The Report describes how the Ctgb took ...
Updated instruction calculating drinking water criterion
As follow-up of the earlier news item of December 23, 2022, a new working instruction concerning the calculation of the ...
Update Vewin list of plant protection products and biocides in surface water
On a yearly basis, Vewin communicates to Ctgb the list of active substances and metabolites of plant protection products and ...
Simplified procedure for extending authorisations of low-risk products with minor uses
From 1 January 2023, an accelerated application procedure for extending an authorisation with minor uses is possible for low-risk ...
Successful workshop on new assessment framework for sustainable plant protection products
Some 50 manufacturers and consultants from the Netherlands and abroad attended last week's workshop in Ede on applications and ...
The Ctgb proposes to intervene in the authorisations of products containing phosphides
The Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides (Ctgb) wants to intervene in the authorisations of six ...