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    STP1569

    Impact of Inerts Regulatory Issues on Agrochemical Formulation Activities

    Published: 2014


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    Abstract

    The paper describes various regulatory issues when dealing with formulation inerts incorporated in agrochemical products used across the globe. More particularly, the emphasis is put on regulatory constraints in key regions/countries, i.e., Europe, the USA and Canada, Brazil, and Asia impacting the formulation inerts that can be clustered into two main categories: commodity inerts defined as single chemicals identified by a CAS RN and containing very low and not relevant impurities/by-products, and branded products incorporated into “formulation inert frames.”

    Keywords:

    regulation, formulation inerts, REACh, EPA, commodity inerts, formulation inert frames


    Author Information:

    Henriet, Michel
    Formulation Manager, Bayer CropScience AG, Monheim am Rhein,


    Committee/Subcommittee: E35.22

    DOI: 10.1520/STP156920120171