In the ever-evolving landscape of biocidal products, staying up-to-date with the latest regulations and procedures is crucial for companies seeking to bring their products to market and maintain compliance. Biocidal product authorization, with its intricate requirements and multiple pathways, can pose challenges for businesses navigating this complex terrain.
Biocidal products are preparations of biocidal active substances for domestic or professional use. They are used to protect humans, animals and the environment against harmful organisms (vertebrates, bacteria, etc.).
Join our informative webinar on the topic "Labeling and Biocidal Claims" to gain a comprehensive understanding of the ins and outs of the current regulations in the field of biocidal products.
Biocidal active substances are called in situ generated active substances if they are generated from one or more precursors at the place of use. The approval of these substances requires evaluation of the generated active substance and of the precursor(s) it is generated from, in the context of each product type (PT).
All biocidal products must comply with certain regulatory provisions before being placed on the European market (Biocidal Products Regulation 528/2012). They depend on the status of the active substance, the product type (PT) and the Member State(s) in which the biocidal product will be made available.
Presenting the available family, EcoMundo will show the strategies and the operating mode of the consortium dedicated to quaternary ammonium. The anticipation and the deadline for the dossier will be also discussed.