Reminder – upcoming GB active substance renewal submission deadlines

2022-07-29

Apply for active substance renewal by the deadlines to keep products on the GB market

Under the GB BPR, active substance approvals will expire unless a renewal application is submitted at least 550 days before their expiry date.

The 550-day deadlines are coming up for the following active substance/product type combinations under GB BPR:

  • Hydrochloric acid (CAS n/a EC 231-595-7) in product type 2

28 October 2022

  • Margosa extract from the kernels of Azadirachata Indica extracted with water and further processed with organic solvents (CAS 84696-25-3 EC 283-644-7) in product type 18

28 October 2022

  • Undecan-2-one (methyl nonyl ketone) (CAS 112-12-9 EC 203-937-5) in product type 19

28 October 2022

  • 1-(4-chlorophenyl)-3-(2,6- difluorobenzoyl)urea (Diflubenzuron) (CAS 35367-38-5 EC 252-529-3) in product type 18

31 July 2023

  • 4-phenoxyphenyl (RS)-2-(2- pyridyloxy)propyl ether (Pyriproxyfen) (CAS 95737-68-1 EC 429-800-1) in product type 18

31 July 2023

  • Alkyl (C12-16) dimethylbenzyl ammonium chloride (ADBAC/BKC (C12-16)) (CAS 68424-85-1 EC 270-325-2) in product type 8

31 July 2023

  • Didecyldimethylammonium chloride (DDAC) (CAS 7173-51-5 EC 230-525-2) in product type 8

31 July 2023

  • Formaldehyde (CAS 50-00-0 EC 200-001-8) in product types 2 and 3

31 July 2023

  • Powdered corn cob (CAS n/a EC n/a) in product type 14

31 July 2023

  • Thiamethoxam (CAS 153719-23-4 EC 428-650-4) in product type 18

31 July 2023

Any person, company or taskforce/consortium can support an active substance/product type combination for renewal – it doesn’t have to be the original supporter.

Check the GB Article 95 List to see who the original supporters were

If a renewal application is not submitted for the above active substance/product type combinations under GB BPR, the approvals will expire. This means the active substances can no longer be used in biocidal products of the relevant product types in Great Britain.

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HSE, 29-07-22
; https://www.hse.gov.uk/