The successful registration of a substance as a pesticide is preceded by a complex process of submission and evaluation. This process is led and coordinated by the central Registration Department, which compiles all of the relevant data into a regulatory dossier.
The aim is to achieve positive listing for a chemical as an approved active substance and registrations to allow various products containing it to be used.
Regulatory requirements differ between countries and regions, and achieving registrations requires access to expert knowledge of the various stipulations, e.g. in the European Union, the USA or South-East Asia. The catalogue of data requirements continues to develop, and changes must be incorporated into ongoing projects.
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