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This month was full of important news, especially in France.
In Europe, the allocation of MS for AIR4 active substances renewal was published and a new tool for consumer cumulative risk assessment was launched by EFSA.
In France, Neonicotinoids ban was rejected but some PPPs containing Glyphosate and tallowamines may be withdrawn by the end of March 2016. And several info were released: the order for the "Exemption from application for trial permit", protective measures to protect vulnerable people, national memos on resistance and the UIPP new website against stereotypes.
We summarised this information for you throughout articles that you will find below.
We hope you enjoy reading these notes and stay at your disposal for regulatory advice and dossier drafting.
EUROPE: Allocation of MS for AIR4 active substances
AIR4 active substances are substances whose approval expires after 31 December 2018 and not later than 31 December 2021.
Regulation (EU) 2016/183 indicates for each of the 223 active substances a rapporteur member state (RMS) and a co-rapporteur member state (cRMS) that have been allocated for the renewal procedure. [...]
FRANCE: Withdrawal of some PPPs containing Glyphosate and tallowamines (tallow fatty amines) by the end of March 2016?
Following EFSA’s conclusions on Glyphosate renewal and the divergent IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) report finding a potential carcinogenicity of Glyphosate or plant protection products containing Glyphosate, EFSA had been seised again by the European Commission to review IARC findings.
As we explained in our 2 articles of 11/16/2015 […]
FRANCE: Application of enhanced precautionnary measures to protect vulnerable people from PPPS
In France, a memo was issued on January 27, 2016 by the Directorate General for Food (DGAl) to clarify the protective measures that can be implemented near places with vulnerable people, provide guidance on arrangements for defining the minimum distance required, define physical protection measures in case of new construction. […]
FRANCE: The order for the "exemption from application for trials permit" is published!
The Order defining the conditions for exemption from application for experimental trials and tests of plant protection products and adjuvants was published in the French Official Journal of 13/02/2016 and entered into force the following day. […]