News - News
111 news items
Trial period intake process plant protection products
The Ctgb starts a trial period till 1 January, 2019, for the shortened intake process. This will allow applicants to get used to ...
Workshop on Plant Protection Products – Introduction DRT classes and consequences for labelling
To keep applicants informed on developments in Plant Protection Product regulation Ctgb frequently organizes workshops. On ...
Check whether your authorisation is ready for publication in the ECHA biocidal product database
Authorisation holders are responsible for providing information about their biocidal products, such as characteristics (risks), ...
Legal conditions for use have now been adapted to the EU prohibition of outdoor use of neonicotinoids
With its decrees in early September, the Ctgb has implemented the EU decision to limit the authorised use of the neonicotinoids ...
Possible consequences of delayed payment in case of renewal applications
Ctgb uses the term formal registration date when both the application with essential submission documents and the application fee ...
Acceptance of national and Union authorisation applications
The Ctgb receives many requests (notifications) to act as evaluating Competent Authority (eCA) for EU national applications and ...
Product to control Pepino mosaic virus is authorised
During its June meeting, the Board for the Authorization of Plant Protection Products and Biocides (Ctgb) decided to authorise a ...
Europe agrees to first Union authorisations of biocides reviewed by the Ctgb
Since 30 May, the first authorisations of biocidal product families have been granted for the whole of the European Union. The ...
New restriction phrases and warning phrases
The Ctgb has drawn up a list of unambiguous restriction and warning phrases. Restriction phrases indicate conditions within which ...
First simplified biocidal product authorisation that is valid throughout EU approved
In its meeting on 23 May, the Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides (Ctgb) approved the first ...