Technical area

Technical area

INSECTICIDES

CLP REGULATION

The EC Regulation n. 1272/2008, called CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) entered into force in the European Union on 20th January 2009.

It introduced a new system of classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

The main changes made by the CLP are:

  1. A solution composed of two or more substances is no longer called a preparation, but a mixture.
  2. The substances, based on the nature of the hazard, are no longer divided into categories, but into hazard classes. The hazard classes in CLP are divided into categories that specify the severity of the hazard. This means that there is not always a match between the old indications (R and S phrases) and the new ones (H and P phrases).
  3. The hazard statements under the pictogram are no longer present in CLP. They are replaced by a warning that can be given with two words: “danger” or “attention“.
  4. Pictograms and hazard symbols are changed (following table).
  5. Risk phrases (R phrases) are replaced with hazard statements (H phrases).
  6. Safety phrases (S phrases) are replaced with safety advice (P phrases).
 
 
Gas under pressure
Gas under pressure
Explosive
Explosive
Oxidising
Oxidising
Flammable
Flammable
Corrosive
Corrosive
Health Hazard
Health Hazard
Acute toxicity
Acute toxicity
Serious health hazard
Serious health hazard
Hazardous to the environment
Hazardous to the environment

BIOCIDE

Biocidal Products Regulation (Regulation EU) No 528/2012).

A biocidal product is any substance or mixture consisting, containing or capable to generate one or more active ingredients, with the aim of destroying, eliminating and rendering harmless, preventing action or exerting other effect control over any harmful organism, by any means other than mere physical or mechanical action.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RODENTICIDES

THE RENEWAL OF ANTICOAGULANTS – EUROPEAN MARKET

These are specific constraints referring to the first Italian authorization. Each European Country will re-evaluate them. We can assist different solutions and requirements depending on the Country.
Anticoagulants are dangerous active ingredients for humans, the environment and non-target animals.

The conditions of renewal of anticoagulants established at European level by the Biocidal Regulation and implemented by the Italian Ministry of Health have the aim of increasing the protection and safety in the use of these products. The renewal of anticoagulants changes the point of view on rodenticides.

Therefore, 3 categories of users have been introduced with respective restrictions in terms of quantity of active ingredient and product sizes.

General Public: person who makes sporadic use of rodenticides in private (domestic use, non-professional user).
Professional: person who uses rodenticides in carrying out his professional activity in various sectors;
Trained professional: person who uses rodenticides as part of the rodent control (exterminator).

Anticoagulants are dangerous active ingredients for humans, the environment and non-target animals.

H360D May damage the unborn child.
H372/H373 Causes / may cause damage to organs (blood) through prolonged or repeated exposure.

How to carry out the treatment

Always read and follow instructions on the label and product information before use.

To be used exclusively in bait station, duly marked, protected from atmospheric agents, from the ingestion of non-target animals and from dispersion into the environment.

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