The registration of biocide Sanosil Super 25 Ag and its preparations was a very demanding project due to the specific formulation of the product. However, your quality and professional approach to work as well as your professional attitude enabled us to conclude all registration procedures and the implementation of necessary labels and documents. The work was done
in an extremely short time interval, thus enabling us a rapid launch in the market and
undisturbed operations. We thank you for our cooperation and look forward to your
consulting services in the future.
Ivan Sodnik, CEO
What are biocidal products?
A biocidal product is any substance or mixture, in the form in which it is supplied to the user, consisting of, containing or generating one or more active substances, with the intention of destroying, deterring, rendering harmless, preventing the action of, or otherwise exerting a controlling effect on, any harmful organism by any means other than mere physical or mechanical action.
The criteria to be classified as a biocidal product are two:
Which types of biocidal products do we know?
We know 22 different types of biocidal products. The most common biocidal products are:
Which documents are used for the traceability of active substances?
Statement forms about the delivery confirmation which shall be used by the companies from the list in Article 95 of BPR:
Statement forms for companies placing biocidal products on the market:
Which are the procedures after placing the active substance on the list of approved active substances of the EU?
Authorization based on a simplified procedure can be issued for biocidal products which meet the following conditions:
How can biocidal products be advertised?
Only biocidal products with a proper marketing authorization can be advertised, recommended or advised.
In case of advertising biocidal products, each advertisement must contain the following text:
"Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use." The sentences shall be clearly distinguishable in relation to the whole advertisement.
Advertisers may replace the word "Biocides" in the prescribed sentences with an accurate description of the product-type being advertised.
Advertisements for biocidal products may not refer to the product in a manner which is misleading in respect of the risks from the product to man, animals, the environment or its effects.
Under no circumstances may the advertising of a biocidal product mention "low-risk biocidal product", "non-toxic", "harmless", "natural", "environmentally-friendly", "animal-friendly" or any similar indications.
What are treated products?
A "Treated product" is any substance, mixture or product which was treated with one or more biocidal products or contains them intentionally. A treated product with a biocidal function as primary is considered as a biocidal product.
A treated product may not be placed on the market unless all the active substances in the biocidal product which are used for the treatment of the product or are contained in the treated product, are on the list of approved active substances for this type of product and supplied by suppliers from the list in Article 95 of BPR.
The person responsible for placing the treated product on the market shall make sure the label includes: