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CRD announces new arrangements where authorisation is dependent on the establishment of a Maximum Residue Level (MRL)

These changes require applicants to submit a new ‘administrative’ application to HSE once an MRL is published in a Commission Regulation.  HSE will charge the appropriate fee (a sift fee and an administrative fee), as published on the HSE website. In processing the application, HSE will check the authorisation, to ensure the assessment of the original application remains valid.  HSE will then issue the authorisation.

It will be the applicant’s responsibility to check for the publication of the implementing Regulation establishing the new MRL and then submit a new ‘administrative application’ once the MRL comes into force, to trigger the issue of the authorisation.

These changes take effect from 01 April 2015 with the aim of streamlining the processing of such applications, ensure HSE recovers the full processing costs and to provide advice to applicants on the detail of the proposed authorisation in advance of the MRL being published.

For further information and advice on submitting applications for authorisation of plant protection products and for the establishment of MRLs, or any other regulatory issues, please contact JSC on +44 (0)1423 520245,

Published 31st March 2015
Categories Agrochemicals, Links, News
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