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Yesterday, the Slovene Chemicals Office updated a memo relating to:

  • extraordinary authorizations for disinfectants with biocidal products already authorized in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 528/2012 on the making available on the market and use of biocidal products ('BPR'); and
  • authorizations under the notification procedure for as yet unapproved active substances.

Two changes are essential:

  1. In the simplified notification procedure for disinfectants containing ethanol at a concentration of more than 76% v / v (70% w / w) for PT1, more than 70% v / v (63% w / w) for PT2, and sodium hypochlorite in concentrations above 0.05%, no evidence of efficacy is required. For all other active substances, however, efficacy tests are again required.

  2. However, in the case of extraordinary authorizations, licenses are issued primarily for professional-institutional use (such as in health centers, police and civil protection units and in companies) and rarely for general use.

You can read the post from Chemical Office in Slovene at this link.

If you need assistance with the notification of biocides, please contact us as soon as possible.

We will guide you through the whole process and make sure you are on the market as soon as possible.

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Biocides | April 10, 2020

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