EU PPP 


Overview


In the EU, pesticide legislation and implementation agencies are including the Competent Authority of Member States, EFSA, the European Commission and etc. To meet compliance requirements, pesticide companies should get active substance approval, product (formulation) authorization and comply with the requirements of pesticide maximum residue limits. The main pesticide regulation is Plant Protection Products, Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009.

Our Services


• TE Application

• AS Approval Application

• Product Authorization Application

• Regulatory Compliance Analysis Report

• Report of EU PPPs Registration Information

• Endocrine Disruptor Assessment

Our Strength


• Experienced Expert Team Support

• Strict Quality Control System

• Close Collaboration with Plenty of Experts and Predominant Laboratories

• Good Communication with EU Competent Authorities

• Fast Response to Clients Inquiries and Controlling Cost

• Obeying the Code of Ethics, Respecting the Confidentiality and Privacy of our Clients

• Excellent Project Management

Our Unremitting Effort in Regulatory Compliance with EU PPP


Experts with solid toxicological and eco-toxicological background in both research and regulatory affairs form the current ‘EU PPP’ unit in our technical department. Difficulties in authoring risk assessment, the identification of substance and strategy for data collection, REACH24H has immense knowledge basis along with experiences as backup.

During the past years, we have built strong relationships with governments, official institutions and world industry leading companies, like HSE, Ctgb, EFSA, CropLife (Our Partners).

Since 2017, we established long-term cooperation with numbers of industry leaders and associations as their only EU PPP compliant service provider. In the past several years, we have brought our latest research and case study to the world by holding seminars and webinars in a regular basis. We have our workshops held in Europe, Asia and North America, cooperating with leading regulatory services providers, law enforcement authorities and industry associations. We hold Chemical Regulation Annual Conference (CRAC) every year since 2009. In addition, our experts have always been invited by official institutions and chemical-related companies to conferences all over the world introducing chemical regulations and their updates.