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Document 32004R2229

Commission Regulation (EC) No 2229/2004 of 3 December 2004 laying down further detailed rules for the implementation of the fourth stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EECText with EEA relevance

OJ L 379, 24.12.2004, p. 13–63 (ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, IT, LV, LT, HU, NL, PL, PT, SK, SL, FI, SV)
OJ L 183M , 5.7.2006, p. 399–449 (MT)
Special edition in Bulgarian: Chapter 03 Volume 061 P. 128 - 178
Special edition in Romanian: Chapter 03 Volume 061 P. 128 - 178
Special edition in Croatian: Chapter 03 Volume 004 P. 108 - 158

In force: This act has been changed. Latest consolidated version: 07/09/2010

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/2004/2229/oj

24.12.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 379/13


COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 2229/2004

of 3 December 2004

laying down further detailed rules for the implementation of the fourth stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Directive 91/414/EEC of 15 July 1991 concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (1), and in particular the second subparagraph of Article 8(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Directive 91/414/EEC provides for the Commission to undertake a programme of work within a period of 12 years (the programme of work) following the notification of that Directive for the gradual examination of active substances on the market two years after the date of notification of that Directive.

(2)

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3600/92 of 11 December 1992 laying down the detailed rules for the implementation of the first stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (2) provides for the first stage of the programme of work and is still ongoing.

(3)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 451/2000 of 28 February 2000 laying down the detailed rules for the implementation of the second and third stages of the work programme referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC (3) provides for the second stage of the programme of works and is also ongoing.

(4)

Regulation (EC) No 451/2000 also provides for a third stage of the programme of works for an additional number of active substances not covered by the first and second stages of the programme. Commission Regulation (EC) No 1490/2002 of 14 August 2002 laying down further detailed rules for the implementation of the third stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC and amending Regulation (EC) No 451/2002 (4) also provides for the third stage of the programme of works. The third stage is also ongoing.

(5)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002 of 20 June 2002 laying down the detailed rules for the implementation of the fourth stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC (5) provides for the fourth stage of work and is ongoing. Producers wishing to support the inclusion of the active substances covered by that stage in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC have undertaken to provide the necessary information.

(6)

By reason of the accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia, it is necessary to provide the opportunity for producers in those new Member States to notify their interest to participate in stage four of the programme of work for all substances covered under that stage. It is also appropriate to organise the review of substances that were on the market in a new Member State before 1 May 2004 and which are not included in stages one to four of the programme of work.

(7)

The procedures established in this Regulation should not prejudice procedures and actions to be undertaken in the framework of other Community legislation, in particular under Council Directive 79/117/EEC of 21 December 1978 prohibiting the placing on the market and use of plant protection products containing certain active substances (6), where information becomes available to the Commission showing that its requirements may be satisfied.

(8)

Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 January 2002 laying down the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety (7) created the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to ensure that the Community has access to high-quality, independent and efficient scientific and technical support in order to achieve a high level of health protection in relation to legislation concerning safety of food and feed. It is therefore appropriate to provide that the EFSA should have a role in the programme of work on active substances.

(9)

The relationships between producers, Member States, the Commission and the EFSA and the obligations on each of them for the implementation of the programme of work should be laid down, taking into account experience gained during the first and second stages of the programme of work, the objective of separating risk assessment from risk management and the need to organise the work in the most efficient way.

(10)

Close cooperation between producers, Member States, the Commission and the EFSA and a scrupulous respect of time limits laid down is necessary to ensure the efficiency of the programme of work. Strict time limits for all elements of the fourth stage of that programme should be set in order to ensure its finalisation within an acceptable time period. For certain active substances where the dossier requirements are limited, a short deadline for submission of the dossier is appropriate in order to allow the opportunity for further information to be provided within the overall time-frame for completion of the review programme.

(11)

In order to avoid duplication of work, and in particular experiments involving vertebrate animals, producers should be encouraged to submit collective dossiers.

(12)

It is necessary to define the obligations of producers with regard to the formats, time periods and national authorities and the EFSA for the information to be submitted. Many of the active substances covered by stage four of the programme of work are produced in small volume for specialist purposes. Some are important in organic or other low input farming systems and may be expected to constitute a low risk in terms of human and environmental protection.

(13)

The Commission identified in its progress Report to the European Parliament and the Council — Evaluation of the active substances of plant protection products (submitted in accordance with Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC on the placing of plant protection products on the market) (8) the need for special measures to be adopted in relation to low-risk compounds.

(14)

A modified approach is required for this stage of the programme of work to reduce the risk that large numbers of active substances will be withdrawn for economic reasons alone. For certain groups of active substances it is, therefore, appropriate that the format and requirements for the information to be submitted are different from those developed for active substances in the previous three stages of the programme of work.

(15)

In the interests of consistency of Community legislation it is necessary to ensure that the measures provided for in this Regulation are coherent with measures taken under Directive 98/8/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 February 1998 concerning the placing of biocidal products on the market (9).

(16)

The notification and submission of a dossier should not be a prerequisite for the possibility, after inclusion of the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, to place plant protection products on the market subject to the provisions of Article 13 of that Directive. Therefore persons who have not submitted notifications should be able to be informed at all stages of the evaluation process of the possible further requirements for continued marketing of plant protection products containing an active substance under evaluation.

(17)

In order to ensure that all relevant information on the potentially dangerous effects of an active substance or its residues are considered, technical or scientific information submitted within the relevant time limits by any person should also be taken into consideration in the evaluations.

(18)

Where cooperation with notifiers ceases, it is impossible to continue further evaluation efficiently and therefore the evaluation of an active substance should be terminated unless a Member State takes over.

(19)

The task of evaluation should be distributed among the competent authorities of the Member States. Therefore, for each active substance a rapporteur Member State should be designated. Where appropriate the rapporteur Member State should assess the completeness checklist provided by the notifier, and examine and evaluate the information submitted. It should present to the EFSA the results of the evaluation and make a recommendation to the Commission concerning the decision to be taken with regard to the active substance concerned. For certain groups of active substances it is appropriate that the rapporteur Member States closely cooperate with other rapporteur Member States for that group. For each group it is appropriate to identify a lead rapporteur to coordinate such cooperation.

(20)

Rapporteur Member States should send draft assessment reports of their evaluations of active substances to the EFSA. The draft assessment reports should be peer reviewed by the EFSA before they are submitted to the Commission.

(21)

In case of an apparent imbalance in the responsibilities borne by the Member States as rapporteur in the evaluation and assessment, it should be possible to replace the Member State originally designated as rapporteur for a particular active substance by another Member State.

(22)

To ensure the proper resourcing of this stage of the programme of work, a fee should be paid to the Member States for the handling and evaluation of dossiers and draft assessment reports.

(23)

The EFSA has been consulted on the proposed measures.

(24)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

CHAPTER I

SUBJECT MATTER AND SCOPE, DEFINITIONS AND THE DESIGNATED MEMBER STATE AUTHORITY

Article 1

Subject matter and scope

1.   This Regulation lays down:

(a)

further detailed rules for the implementation of the fourth stage of the programme of work referred to in the second subparagraph of Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC (the programme of work) with respect to the continued evaluation of the active substances notified under Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002;

(b)

rules covering the active substances that were on the market before 1 May 2004 in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia and which are not included in stages one to three of the programme of work and which are not covered by Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002.

2.   Article 6(2) and (3) and the second paragraph of Article 6(4) of Directive 91/414/EEC shall not apply to active substances listed in Annex I to this Regulation as long as the procedures provided for in this Regulation with regard to such substances have not been finalised.

3.   This Regulation shall apply without prejudice to:

(a)

reviews by Member States of active substances listed in Annex I to this Regulation in particular pursuant to renewals of authorisations in accordance with Article 4(4) of Directive 91/414/EEC;

(b)

reviews by the Commission in accordance with Article 5(5) of Directive 91/414/EEC;

(c)

assessments carried out under Directive 79/117/EEC.

Article 2

Definitions

For the purpose of this Regulation, the definitions set out in Article 2 of Directive 91/414/EEC and Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002 shall apply.

The following definitions shall also apply:

(a)

‘notifier’ means the natural or legal person who has submitted a notification in accordance with:

(i)

Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002, as listed in Annex II to this Regulation, or

(ii)

Article 4 of this Regulation;

(b)

‘rapporteur Member State’ means the rapporteur Member State for the active substance as set out in Annex I.

(c)

‘summary dossier’ means a dossier containing the information required under Article 10(2), where summaries are given of the results of the tests and studies referred to in that paragraph.

(d)

‘complete dossier’ means a dossier containing the information required under Article 10(3), where the results of the tests and study reports referred to in the summary dossier are given in full.

Article 3

Designated Member State authority

1.   Each Member State shall designate an authority or authorities to carry out the obligations of the Member States as defined in this Regulation.

2.   The national authorities listed in Annex III shall coordinate and ensure all necessary contacts with notifiers, other Member States, the Commission and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in accordance with this Regulation.

Each Member State shall give the details concerning the designated coordinating national authority to the Commission, the EFSA and the designated coordinating national authority of each other Member State and inform them of any modifications thereof.

CHAPTER II

NOTIFICATIONS BY PRODUCERS IN NEW MEMBER STATES OF ACTIVE SUBSTANCES

Article 4

Notifications by producers in new Member States

1.   Any producer in a new Member State referred to in Article 1(1)(b) of this Regulation wishing to secure the inclusion in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC of an active substance listed in Annex I to this Regulation shall notify the details set out in Annex V of this Regulation to the Commission, other notifiers for that substance and the rapporteur Member State at the latest three months from the date of entry into force of this Regulation.

2.   Any producer making a notification under paragraph 1 shall fulfil the obligations of producers or notifiers set out in this Regulation for the active substance notified.

3.   Where a producer in a new Member State has not submitted a notification for an active substance listed in Annex I to this Regulation, in accordance with paragraph 1, it shall only be permitted to participate in the programme of work collectively with one or more notifiers of the active substance, including a Member State which has notified in accordance with paragraph 4 of this Article.

4.   Where no notification has been received for an active substance listed in Annex I to this Regulation, a new Member State may declare its interest in supporting the inclusion of that active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC by notifying the Commission and the rapporteur Member State.

That notification must be submitted as soon as possible, and no later than three months from the date the Commission has informed the Member States that no notification has been submitted for that active substance.

A Member State submitting such a notification shall thereafter be treated as the producer for the purposes of the evaluation of the active substance concerned.

5.   The Commission shall decide, as provided for in the fourth subparagraph of Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC, not to include in Annex I to that Directive active substances referred to in Annex I to this Regulation for which no notification has been submitted in accordance with paragraphs 1 or 4 of this Article. The Decision shall state the reasons for the non-inclusion.

Member States shall withdraw authorisations of plant protection products containing such active substances within the period prescribed in the Decision.

CHAPTER III

CONDITIONS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF DOSSIERS OF ACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION BY THIRD PARTIES

Article 5

Submission of dossiers by more than one notifier

1.   Where for any active substance listed in Annex I there is more than one notifier, the notifiers concerned shall take all reasonable steps to submit the dossier for such substance collectively.

Where the dossier is not submitted by all such notifiers, it shall contain details of the efforts made and the reasons why certain notifiers have not participated in the submission of the dossier.

2.   Where an active substance has been notified by more than one notifier, those notifiers shall, for each study involving vertebrate animals, give details of the attempts made to avoid duplication of testing and give, if applicable, the reasons for conducting a duplicate study.

Article 6

Submission of dossiers to the rapporteur Member State

1.   The notifier shall submit the dossier for the active substance (the dossier) to the rapporteur Member State.

2.   The dossier shall include the following:

(a)

a copy of the notification; in the case of a collective notification made by more than one producer as referred to in Article 5(1), it shall include:

(i)

a copy of the notifications made in accordance with Article 4 or 5 of Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002 or Article 4 of this Regulation;

(ii)

the name of the person designated by the producers concerned as being responsible for the collective notification who will act as a contact point during the procedure;

(b)

a limited range of representative uses of the active substance, in respect of which the data submitted by the notifier in the dossier shall demonstrate that for one or more preparations, the requirements set out in Article 5 of Directive 91/414/EEC for inclusion of the active substance in Annex I to that Directive may be met.

3.   When requested by the rapporteur Member State as provided for in Article 20(2) to circulate the updated summary dossier or where relevant the updated complete dossier or parts thereof the notifier shall do this at the latest one month from the date of receipt of such a request.

Article 7

Dossiers for active substances submitted under Directive 98/8/EC

By derogation from Articles 5 and 6, where an active substance has been notified under Directive 98/8/EC the notifier may submit:

(a)

a copy of the dossier submitted under Directive 98/8/EC;

(b)

any additional information referred to in Annexes II and III to Directive 91/414/EEC necessary to justify the inclusion of the active substance in Annex I to that Directive by reference to uses falling within the scope of that Directive.

Article 8

Dossiers for active substances submitted under Regulation (EC) No 1490/2002

Where a dossier has been submitted under Regulation (EC) No 1490/2002, the person who submitted that dossier may submit, together with the further dossier submitted under this Regulation:

(a)

a reference to the dossier submitted under Regulation (EC) No 1490/2002;

(b)

any additional information referred to in Annexes II and III to Directive 91/414/EEC necessary to justify the inclusion of the active substance in Annex I to that Directive by reference to uses falling within the scope of this Regulation.

Article 9

Specific conditions for submissions of dossiers for active substances listed in Part A of Annex I

1.   Where the dossier concerns an active substance listed in Part A of Annex I, in addition to the information required under Article 5 and Article 6(2), the notifier shall submit the following information concerning the active substance and the plant protection product (where applicable):

(a)

all available information on possible risks to human and animal health and the environment including that available from searching the literature and identifying the data bases searched and search terms used;

(b)

available assessment reports from any OECD country;

(c)

for any ongoing tests and studies not yet fully completed, information on those tests and studies and a projected date of completion.

2.   The dossier shall physically contain the individual test and study reports containing all the information referred to in paragraph 1.

3.   Each Member State shall specify the number of copies of the dossier to be submitted by the notifier when it is acting as a rapporteur and when it receives copies under Article 20(2).

The format of the dossier shall take account of the recommendations made in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

Article 10

Specific conditions for submissions of dossiers for active substances listed in Parts B to G of Annex I

1.   Where the dossier concerns an active substance listed in Part B to G of Annex I, the notifier shall submit a dossier and a summary dossier.

2.   The notifier(s) shall include in the summarydossier:

(a)

the information required under Article 5 and Article 6(2) of this Regulation;

(b)

for each point of Annex II (Part A or Part B as appropriate) to Directive 91/414/EEC and for each point of Annex III (Part A or Part B as appropriate) to that Directive, the summaries and results of tests and studies and the name of the person or institute that has carried out those tests and studies;

(c)

a checklist to be filled in by the notifier, demonstrating that the dossier is complete in accordance with Article 18 of this Regulation.

The tests and studies as referred to in paragraph 2(b) of this Article shall be those relevant to the assessment of the criteria referred to in Article 5 of Directive 91/414/EEC for one or more preparations for the uses taking into account the fact that data gaps in the dossier as regards the information required under Annex II of Directive 91/414/EEC, resulting from the proposed limited range of representative uses of the active substance, may lead to restrictions in the inclusion in Annex I of Directive 91/414/EEC.

3.   The complete dossier shall physically contain the individual test and study reports concerning all the information referred to in point (b) and the second subparagraph of paragraph 2.

4.   Each Member State shall specify the number of copies and the format of the summary and the complete dossiers to be submitted by the notifiers.

In defining the format of the complete and summary dossiers Member States shall take account of the recommendations made in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

Article 11

Submission of information by third parties

Any natural or legal person wishing to submit relevant information which may contribute to the evaluation of an active substance listed in Annex I, in particular with regard to the potentially dangerous effects of that substance or its residues on human and animal health and on the environment, shall do so by the relevant time limit set out in Article 12.

Such information shall be submitted to the rapporteur Member State and the EFSA. When requested by the rapporteur Member State such person shall also submit that information to the other Member States at the latest one month from the date of receipt of such a request.

Article 12

Time limits for submission of dossiers

The notifier(s) shall submit the dossier to the relevant rapporteur Member State by:

(a)

30 June 2005 at the latest for the active substances listed in Part A of Annex I;

(b)

30 November 2005 at the latest for the active substances listed in Parts B to G of Annex I.

Article 13

Non-submission of dossiers

1.   Where the notifier does not submit the dossier or any part thereof within the relevant time limit set out in Article 12, the rapporteur Member State shall inform the Commission and the EFSA within two months of the date of expiry of the time limit, giving any justification for the delay provided by the notifiers.

2.   On the basis of the information submitted by the rapporteur Member State in accordance with paragraph 1, the Commission shall determine whether the notifier has demonstrated that the delay in the submission of the dossier was caused by force majeure.

In that case, it shall establish a new time limit for the submission of a dossier fulfilling the relevant requirements of Articles 5, 6, 9, and 10 of this Regulation in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

3.   The Commission shall decide, as provided for in the fourth subparagraph of Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC, not to include in Annex I to that Directive an active substance for which no dossier has been submitted within the time limit provided for in Article 12 of this Regulation or the second subparagraph of paragraph 2 of this Article. The Decision shall state the reasons for the non-inclusion.

Member States shall withdraw authorisations of plant protection products containing such active substances within the period prescribed in the Decision.

Article 14

Replacement or withdrawal of notifier

1.   If a notifier decides to end its participation in the programme of work for an active substance, it shall immediately inform the rapporteur Member State, the Commission, the EFSA and all other notifiers of the active substance concerned of its decision, giving the reasons.

Where a notifier ends its participation or fails to fulfil its obligations under this Regulation, the procedures provided for in Articles 15 to 24 shall be terminated as regards its dossier.

2.   If a notifier agrees with another producer that the notifier shall be replaced for the purposes of further participation in the programme of work under this Regulation, the notifier and such other producer shall inform the rapporteur Member State, the Commission and the EFSA by a common declaration agreeing that such other producer shall replace the original notifier in carrying out the notifier’s duties pursuant to the relevant provisions of Articles 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12 and 24. They shall ensure that the other notifiers for the substance concerned are informed at the same time.

The other producer in this case shall be jointly liable with the original notifier for any fees remaining payable in relation to the notifier's application under the regime established by Member States pursuant to Article 30.

3.   If all notifiers for an active substance end their participation in the programme of work a Member State may choose to act as notifier for the purposes of further participation in the programme of work.

Any Member State wishing to act as a notifier shall inform the rapporteur Member State, the Commission and the EFSA at the latest one month from the date of being informed that all notifiers have decided to end their participation and shall replace the original notifier in carrying out the notifier’s duties pursuant to the relevant provisions of Articles 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12 and 24.

4.   All information submitted shall remain available to the rapporteur Member States, the Commission and EFSA

CHAPTER IV

EVALUATIONS OF DOSSIERS

Article 15

General Conditions for evaluations of dossiers

1.   Without prejudice to Article 18 the rapporteur Member State shall evaluate all dossiers submitted to it.

2.   Without prejudice to Article 7 of Directive 91/414/EEC, the rapporteur Member State shall not accept the submission of new studies during the evaluation except as provided for in Article 9 (1)(c) of this Regulation.

However, the rapporteur Member State may request the notifier to submit further data which are necessary to clarify the dossier. When doing so the rapporteur Member State shall set a time limit within which the information shall be provided. The time limit shall not affect the time limit for the submission of the draft assessment report by the rapporteur Member State to the EFSA as provided for in Article 21(1) or Article 22(1).

3.   The rapporteur Member State may, from the start of the evaluation of the dossier:

(a)

consult with experts from the EFSA;

(b)

request additional technical or scientific information from other Member States to assist in the evaluation.

4.   Notifiers may seek specific advice from the rapporteur Member State.

Article 16

Cooperation between Member States

1.   The rapporteur Member States shall cooperate in the evaluation within each group set out in Annex I and shall organise such cooperation in the most effective and efficient way.

2.   The rapporteur Member State identified within each group in Annex I as the ‘lead rapporteur’ shall take a lead in organising that cooperation and in organising the provision of advice to notifiers where it concerns matters of general interest to the other Member States concerned.

Article 17

Specific condition for evaluations of active substances listed in Part A of Annex I

Where possible and where it does not affect the time limit for the submission of the draft assessment report as provided for in Article 21(1), the rapporteur Member State shall evaluate further information identified under Article 9(1)(c) subsequently provided by the notifier.

Article 18

Completeness check of dossiers for substances listed in Parts B to G of Annex I

1.   The rapporteur Member State shall assess the checklists provided by the notifiers in accordance with Article 10(2)(c).

2.   The rapporteur Member State shall at the latest three months from the date of receipt of all dossiers for an active substance report to the Commission on the completeness of the dossiers.

3.   For those active substances for which one or more dossiers are considered to be complete, the rapporteur Member State shall perform the evaluation as referred to in Articles 15 and 19, unless the Commission informs the rapporteur Member State, within two months of the date of receipt of the report of the rapporteur Member State on completeness, that it does not consider the dossier to be complete.

4.   For those active substances for which a rapporteur Member State or the Commission consider that no dossier is complete within the meaning of Articles 5, 6 and 10, the Commission shall, within three months from the date of the receipt of the report of the rapporteur Member State on completeness, refer such a report to the Standing Committee for the Food Chain and Animal Health.

In accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC it shall be decided whether a dossier is to be considered complete within the meaning of Articles 5, 6 and 10.

5.   The Commission shall decide, as provided for in the fourth subparagraph of Article 8 (2) of Directive 91/414/EEC, not to include in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC an active substance for which no complete dossier has been submitted within the time limit provided for in Article 12 of this Regulation or the second sub-paragraph of Article 13 (2).

Article 19

Specific conditions for evaluations of dossiers for substances listed in Parts B to G of Annex I

1.   Where active substances listed in Part D of Annex I to this Regulation have been evaluated under Directive 98/8/EC those evaluations shall be taken into account, where relevant, for the purposes of this Regulation

2.   Where active substances have been evaluated under a former stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC those evaluations shall be taken into account, where relevant, for the purposes of this Regulation.

3.   The rapporteur Member State shall evaluate and report only on those active substances for which at least one dossier has been determined to be complete in accordance with Articles 5, 6, and 10. For dossiers concerning the same active substance not determined to be complete, it shall check whether the identity and impurities of the active substance in those dossiers are comparable to the identity and impurities of the active substance in the dossiers considered complete. It shall record its views on this point in the draft assessment report.

The rapporteur Member State shall take into consideration the information available on potentially dangerous effects in the other dossiers submitted by any notifier or by any third party in accordance with Article 11.

Article 20

General conditions for draft Assessment Reports

1.   The draft assessment report shall be submitted as far as possible in the format recommended in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

2.   The rapporteur Member State shall request the notifiers to submit an updated summary dossier to the EFSA, the other Member States and on request to the Commission at the same time as the rapporteur's draft assessment report is sent to the EFSA.

The Member States, the Commission or the EFSA may request through the rapporteur Member State that notifiers also send them an updated complete dossier or parts thereof. The notifier shall provide any such updated dossier by the date specified in the request.

Article 21

Specific conditions for draft Assessment Reports and Recommendations to the Commission for active substances listed in Part A of Annex I

1.   The rapporteur Member State shall send the draft assessment report to the EFSA as quickly as possible, and 12 months from the date of expiry of the time limit provided for in Article 12(a) at the latest.

2.   The rapporteur Member State shall include in the draft assessment report a reference to each test or study concerning each point of Annex II (Part A or Part B as appropriate) to Directive 91/414/EEC and for each point of Annex III (Part A or Part B as appropriate) to that Directive relied on for the assessment.

That reference shall be made in the form of a list of test and study reports including the title, the author(s), the date of the study or test report and the date of publication, the standard to which the test or study was conducted, the holder’s name, and if any, the claim made by the holder or notifier for data protection.

3.   At the same time as the rapporteur Member State sends its assessment report to the EFSA as provided for in paragraph 1, it shall make a recommendation to the Commission:

(a)

either to include the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC stating where appropriate the proposed conditions for inclusion; such conditions:

(i)

may include the time limit for such inclusion:

(ii)

shall state whether any information is required, whether such additional information is included in the tests and studies referred to in Article 9(1)(c) of this Regulation and if so, the probable timetable for the provision of such information; or

(b)

not to include the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, stating the proposed reasons for the non-inclusion.

4.   In addition to the conditions for inclusion proposed under paragraph 2(a) of this Article, the rapporteur Member State may indicate if it has identified, for the proposed limited range of representative uses mentioned in the dossier, any information missing from the dossier which may be required by Member States as confirmatory information when they come to grant authorisations under Article 4 of Directive 91/414/EEC for plant protection products containing that active substance.

Article 22

Specific conditions for draft Assessment Reports and Recommendations to the Commission for active substances listed in Parts B to G of Annex I

1.   The rapporteur Member State shall send a draft assessment report to the EFSA as quickly as possible, and at the latest 12 months from the date the dossier was determined to be complete in accordance with Article 18(2).

2.   The rapporteur Member State shall include in the draft assessment report a reference to each test or study concerning each point of Annex II (Part A or Part B as appropriate) to Directive 91/414/EEC and for each point of Annex III (Part A or Part B as appropriate) to that Directive relied on for the assessment.

That reference shall be made in the form of a list of test and study reports including the title, the author(s), the date of the study or test report and the date of publication, the standard to which the test or study was conducted, the holder’s name and, if any, the claim made by the holder or notifier for data protection.

3.   At the same time as the rapporteur Member State sends its assessment report to the EFSA as provided for in paragraph 1, it shall make a recommendation to the Commission:

(a)

either to include the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, stating the reasons for the inclusion;

(b)

or not to include the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, stating the reasons for the non-inclusion.

Article 23

Replacement of rapporteur Member State

1.   A rapporteur Member State shall inform the Commission and the EFSA as soon as it becomes clear that it will be unable to comply with the time limits set out in Articles 21(1) and 22(1) for the submission of the draft assessment report to the EFSA and give the reasons for the delay.

2.   It may be decided to replace a rapporteur Member State for a particular active substance by another Member State where:

(a)

during the assessment and evaluation provided for in Articles 15, 16, 17 and 19 it becomes apparent that there is an imbalance in the responsibilities borne and the work to be done or actually done by the Member States as rapporteurs; or

(b)

it is clear that a Member State is unable to fulfil its obligations under this Regulation.

Such replacement shall be decided in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

3.   Where it has been decided to replace a rapporteur Member State the original rapporteur Member State shall immediately after such a decision has been taken inform the notifiers concerned and shall transfer to the newly designated rapporteur Member State all correspondence and information which it has received as rapporteur Member State for the active substance concerned.

The original Member State shall return to the notifier the part of the fee referred to in Article 30 which has not been used. The newly designated rapporteur Member State may require the payment of a further fee in accordance with Article 30.

Article 24

Evaluation by the EFSA

1.   The EFSA shall, within 30 days of the date of receipt of the draft assessment report as provided for in Article 21(1) or Article 22(1) of this Regulation, check that it clearly complies with the format recommended in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

In exceptional cases where the draft assessment report clearly does not fulfil those requirements the Commission shall agree with the EFSA and the rapporteur Member State on a period for resubmission of an amended report which shall not exceed three months.

2.   The EFSA shall circulate the draft assessment report to the other Member States and to the Commission and may organise a consultation of experts including the rapporteur Member State.

3.   The EFSA may consult some or all of the notifiers of active substances referred to in Annex I on the draft assessment report or parts thereof on the relevant active substances.

4.   Without prejudice to Article 7 of Directive 91/414/EEC, submission of new studies shall not be accepted by the EFSA after receipt of the draft assessment report referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

However, the rapporteur Member State, with the agreement of the EFSA, may request the notifiers to submit within specified time limits further data considered by the rapporteur Member State or the EFSA necessary to clarify the dossier.

5.   The EFSA shall make available at specific request or keep available for consultation by any person the following:

(a)

the draft assessment report, except the elements thereof which have been accepted as confidential in accordance with Article 14 of Directive 91/414/EEC;

(b)

the list of any data required for the evaluation of the possible inclusion of the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, as finalised by the EFSA.

6.   The EFSA shall evaluate the draft assessment report and submit its evaluation to the Commission on whether the active substance may be expected to meet the requirements of Article 5(1) of Directive 91/414/EEC at the latest one year from the date on which it has received both the dossier from the notifier, under Article 15(3) of this Regulation, and also the draft assessment report checked for compliance in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article.

Where appropriate, the EFSA shall give its evaluation of the available options claimed to meet the requirements of Article 5(1) of Directive 91/414/EEC and any data requirements identified.

The Commission and the EFSA shall agree on a schedule for the submission of the evaluation in order to facilitate the planning of the work. The Commission and the EFSA shall also agree on the format of the evaluation.

CHAPTER V

PRESENTATION OF A DRAFT DIRECTIVE OR DRAFT DECISION CONCERNING ACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND FINALISED REVIEW REPORT

Article 25

Presentation of a draft Directive or draft Decision

1.   The Commission shall present a draft review report at the latest four months from the date of receipt of the EFSA evaluation provided for in Article 24(6)

2.   Without prejudice to any proposal it may submit with a view to amending the Annex to Directive 79/117/EEC, and on the basis of the finalised review report provided for in Article 26 of this Regulation, the Commission shall present to the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health:

(a)

a draft Directive to include the active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC stating where appropriate the conditions for inclusion; such conditions may include the time limit for such inclusion; or

(b)

a draft Decision addressed to the Member States pursuant to the fourth subparagraph of Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC, not to include that active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, stating the reasons for the non-inclusion and requiring the Member States to withdraw the authorisations of plant protection products containing the active substance.

The Directive or Decision shall be adopted in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

3.   In addition to the conditions for inclusion proposed under paragraph 2(a), the Commission may indicate if it has identified any information missing from the dossier which may be required by Member States when they come to grant authorisations under Article 4 of Directive 91/414/EEC.

Article 26

Finalised review report

The conclusions of the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health, excluding any parts which refer to confidential information contained in the dossiers and determined as such in accordance with Article 14 of Directive 91/414/EEC, shall be made publicly available.

CHAPTER VI

SUSPENSION OF TIME LIMITS, MEASURES TO BE TAKEN BY MEMBER STATES AND INTERIM PROGRESS REPORTS

Article 27

Suspension of time limits

Where, in respect of an active substance listed in Annex I to this Regulation, the Commission presents a proposal for a total prohibition by way of a draft Council act based on Article 6(3) of Directive 79/117/EEC, the time limits provided for in this Regulation shall be suspended while the Council considers that proposal.

Where the Council adopts an amendment to the Annex to Directive 79/117/EEC requiring the total prohibition of that active substance, the procedure under this Regulation shall be terminated for that active substance.

Article 28

Measures taken by Member States

Any Member State which, on the basis of information contained in the dossiers referred to in Articles 5 to 10 or in the draft assessment report concerning an active substance referred to in Articles 19 to 22, intends taking action to withdraw that active substance from the market or to restrict severely the use of a plant protection product containing that active substance, shall, as soon as possible, inform the Commission, the EFSA, the other Member States and the notifiers giving the reasons for its intended action.

Article 29

Interim progress report

All Member States shall submit to the Commission and the EFSA a report of their progress on the evaluation of the active substances for which they are rapporteur. Such report shall be submitted by:

(a)

30 November 2005 for the active substances listed in Part A of Annex I;

(b)

30 November 2006 for the active substances listed in Parts B to G of Annex I.

CHAPTER VII

FEES AND OTHER CHARGES

Article 30

Fees

1.   For active substances listed in Annex I Member States may establish a regime obliging the notifiers to pay a fee or charge for the administrative treatment and the evaluation of dossiers.

The income from such fees or charges shall be used to finance exclusively those costs actually incurred by the rapporteur Member State or to finance general activities of the Member States resulting from their obligations under Articles 15 to 24.

2.   Member States shall establish the amount of the fee or charge referred to in paragraph 1 in a transparent manner so that it does not exceed the real cost of the examination and administrative treatment of a dossier or the general activities of the Member States resulting from their obligations under Articles 15 to 24.

However, Member States may provide for a scale of fixed charges based on average costs for the calculation of the total fee.

3.   The fee or charge shall be paid in accordance with the procedure to be established by the authorities in each Member State as listed in Annex IV.

Article 31

Other charges, taxes, levies or fees

Article 30 shall be without prejudice to Member States' rights to maintain or introduce, to the extent permitted under Community law, charges, taxes, levies or fees with regard to authorisation, placing on the market, use and control of active substances and plant protection products other than the fee or charge provided for in that Article.

CHAPTER VIII

TEMPORARY AND FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 32

Temporary measures

If necessary and on a case-by-case basis, the Commission may take appropriate temporary measures as provided for by the third subparagraph of Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC for uses for which additional technical evidence has been provided demonstrating the essential need for further use of the active substance and that there is no efficient alternative.

Article 33

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the seventh day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 3 December 2004.

For the Commission

Markos KYPRIANOU

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 230, 19.8.1991, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Commission Directive 2004/71/EC (OJ L 309, 6.10.2004, p. 6).

(2)  OJ L 366, 15.12.1992, p. 10. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 2266/2000 (OJ L 259, 13.10.2000, p. 27).

(3)  OJ L 55, 29.2.2000, p. 25. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1044/2003 (OJ L 151, 19.6.2003, p. 32).

(4)  OJ L 224, 21.8.2002, p. 23. Regulation as amended by Regulation (EC) No 1744/2004 (OJ L 311, 8.10.2004, p. 23).

(5)  OJ L 168, 27.6.2002, p. 14.

(6)  OJ L 33, 8.2.1979, p. 36. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 850/2004 (OJ L 158, 30.4.2004, p. 7).

(7)  OJ L 31, 1.2.2002, p. 1. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1642/2003 (L 245, 29.9.2003, p. 4).

(8)  COM(2001) 444 final.

(9)  OJ L 123, 24.4.1998, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1882/2003 (OJ L 284, 31.10.2003, p. 1).


ANNEX I

List of active substances (column A), rapporteur Member States (column B) and notifying producers (code identification) (column C) (1)

PART A

GROUP 1

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: IRELAND

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Acetic acid

Germany

PAB-SE

PUN-DK

TEM-DE

Amino acids/Gamma Aminobutyric acid

Germany

AGR-ES

Amino acids/L-Glutamic acid

Germany

AGR-ES

Amino acids/L-Tryptophan

Germany

VAL-IT

Ammonium carbonate

Ireland

ABC-GB

Potassium hydrogen carbonate

Ireland

PPP-FR

Sodium hydrogen carbonate

Ireland

CLM-NL

SLY-FR

Casein

Czech Republic

 

3-phenyl-2-propenal (Cinnamaldehyde)

Poland

 

Ethoxyquin

Germany

XED-FR

Fatty acids/Decanoic acid

Ireland

PBI-GB

Fatty acids/Fatty acid methyl ester (CAS 85566-26-3)

Ireland

OLE-BE

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt

Ireland

FBL-DE

IAB-ES

NEU-DE

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 7740-09-7)

Ireland

DKI-NL

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 10124-65-9)

Ireland

ERO-IT

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 13429-27-1, 2624-31-9, 593-29-3, 143-18-0, 3414-89-9, 38660-45-6, 18080-76-7)

Ireland

DXN-DK

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 18175-44-5, 143-18-0, 3414-89-9)

Ireland

DXN-DK

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 61788-65-6)

Ireland

TBE-ES

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 61790-44-1)

Ireland

VAL-IT

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 61790-44-1, 70969-43-6)

Ireland

STG-GB

Fatty acids/Fatty acid potassium salt (CAS 67701-09-1)

Ireland

CRU-IT

Fatty acids/Heptanoic acid

Ireland

DKI-NL

Fatty acids/Octanoic acid

Ireland

PBI-GB

Fatty acids/Oleic acid

Ireland

ALF-ES

Fatty acids/Pelargonic acid

Ireland

ERO-IT

NEU-DE

Fatty acids/potassium salt — decanoic acid (CAS 334-48-5)

Ireland

NSC-GB

Fatty acids/potassium salt — caprylic acid (CAS 124-07-2)

Ireland

ADC-DE

Fatty acids/potassium salt — lauric acid (CAS 143-07-7)

Ireland

NSC-GB

Fatty acids/potassium salt — oleic acid (CAS 112-80-1)

Ireland

NSC-GB

Fatty acids/potassium salt — oleic acid (CAS 112-80-1, 1310-58-3)

Ireland

BCS-DE

Fatty acids/potassium salt — oleic acid (CAS 142-18-0)

Ireland

SBS-IT

Fatty acids/potassium salt — oleic acid (CAS 143-18-0)

Ireland

VIO-GR

STG-GB

Fatty acids/potassium salt — pelargonic acid(CAS 112-05-0)

Ireland

NSC-GB

Fatty acids/potassium salt — tall oil fatty acid (CAS 61790-12-3)

Ireland

ADC-DE

Fatty acids/tall oil fatty acids (CAS 61790-12-3)

Ireland

ACP-FR

Fatty acids/Isobutyric acid

Poland

 

Fatty acids/Isovaleric acid

Poland

 

Fatty acids/Lauric acid

Ireland

 

Fatty acids/Valeric acid

Poland

 

Fatty acids/Potassium salt of natural oil acids

Poland

 

Formic acid

Germany

KIR-NL

Iron pyrophosphate

Slovenia

 

Maltodextrin

Germany

BCP-GB

Milk albumin

Czech Republic

 

Resins

Czech Republic

 

Sodium metabisulphite

Germany

ESS-IT

FRB-BE

Urea

(see also Group 6.2.)

Greece

FOC-GB

OMX-GB

Wheat gluten

Finland

ESA-NL

Propolis

Poland

 

GROUP 2

Group 2.1.

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: FRANCE

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

1-Naphthylacetamide

France

ALF-ES

AMV-GB

CFP-FR

GLO-BE

GOB-IT

HOC-GB

HRM-BE

LUX-NL

PRO-ES

SHC-FR

SPU-DE

Naphthylacetic acid

France

AIF-IT

ALF-ES

AMV-GB

CFP-FR

FIN-GB

GLO-BE

GOB-IT

HOC-GB

HRM-BE

LUX-NL

PRO-ES

RHZ-NL

SHC-FR

VAL-IT

2-Naphthyloxyacetamide

France

BCS-FR

2-Naphthyloxyacetic acid

France

AIF-IT

ASP-NL

HAS-GR

HOC-GB

SHC-FR

6-Benzyladenine

France

ALF-ES

CAL-FR

FIN-GB

GLO-BE

GOB-IT

HOC-GB

HRM-BE

NLI-AT

SUM-FR

VAL-IT

Azadirachtin

Germany

AGI-IT

ALF-ES

CAP-FR

CRU-IT

FBL-DE

IAB-ES

MAS-BE

NDC-SE

PBC-ES

PRO-ES

SIP-IT

TRF-DE

VAL-IT

Cis-Zeatin

Italy

VAL-IT

Folic acid

France

AMI-IT

CHE-DK

ISA-IT

Indolylacetic acid

France

ALF-ES

GOB-IT

RHZ-NL

Indolylbutyric acid

France

ALF-ES

BCS-FR

CRT-GB

GOB-IT

GTL-GB

HOC-GB

RHZ-NL

Gibberellic acid

Hungary

AIF-IT

ALF-ES

ALT-FR

CEQ-ES

FIN-GB

GLO-BE

HRM-BE

NLI-AT

PRO-ES

SUM-FR

VAL-IT

Gibberellin

Hungary

ALF-ES

FIN-GB

GLO-BE

GOB-IT

HRM-BE

NLI-AT

SUM-FR

Nicotine

United Kingdom

JAH-GB

PBC-ES

UPL-GB

Pyrethrins

Italy

ALF-ES

BRA-GB

CAP-FR

FBL-DE

MGK-GB

ORI-GB

PBC-ES

PBK-AT

PYC-FR

SAM-FR

SBS-IT

Rotenone

France

FBL-DE

IBT-IT

SAP-FR

SBS-IT

SFS-FR

Group 2.2.

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: UNITED KINGDOM

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Citronellol

(see also Group 6.1)

United Kingdom

ACP-FR

Citrus extract Notified as Bactericide

United Kingdom

ALF-ES

Citrus extract/grapefruit extract

United Kingdom

 

Citrus extract/Grapefruit seed extract

Notified as Disinfectant

United Kingdom

BOB-DK

Conifer needle powder

Latvia

 

Garlic extract

Notified as repellant

Poland

ALF-ES-016

CRU-IT-005

ECY-GB-001

IAB-ES-001

PBC-ES-004

SBS-IT-003

SIP-IT-002

TRD-FR-001

VAL-IT-011

Garlic pulp

Poland

 

Extract from Equisetum

Latvia

 

Lecithin

Italy

DUS-DE

FBL-DE

PBC-ES

Marigold extract

Spain

ALF-ES

Mimosa Tenuiflora extract

Spain

ALF-ES

Mustard powder

Latvia

 

Pepper

Notified as repellant

United Kingdom

BOO-GB

PBI-GB

Plant oils/Black currant bud oil

Notified as repellant

Sweden

IAS-SE

Plant oils/Citronella oil

United Kingdom

BAR-GB

PBI-GB

Plant oils/Clove oil

Notified as repellant

United Kingdom

IAS-SE

XED-FR

Plant oils/Etheric oil (Eugenol)

Notified as repellant

Sweden

DEN-NL

DKI-NL

Plant oils/Eucalyptus oil

Sweden

CFP-FR

SIP-IT

Plant oils/Gaiac Wood oil

Spain

IAS-SE

Plant oils/Garlic oil

United Kingdom

DEN-NL

GSO-GB

Plant oils/Lemongrass oil

Notified as repellant

United Kingdom

IAS-SE

Plant oils/Marjoram oil

Notified as repellant

United Kingdom

DEN-NL

Plant oils/Olive oil

United Kingdom

DKI-NL

Plant oils/Orange oil

Notified as repellant

United Kingdom

GSO-GB

Plant oils/Pinus oil

Sweden

ACP-FR

DKI-NL

IBT-IT

MIB-NL

SPU-DE

Plant oils/Rape seed oil

Spain

CEL-DE

CRU-IT

DKI-NL

FBL-DE

NEU-DE

NOV-FR

PBI-GB

VIT-GB

Plant oils/Soya oil

Notified as repellant

Sweden

DEN-NL

DKI-NL

PBC-ES

Plant oils/Spear mint oil

Sweden

XED-FR

Plant oils/Sunflower oil

Spain

DKI-NL

PBI-GB

TRD-FR

Plant oils/Thyme oil

Notified as repellant

Sweden

DEN-NL

Plant oils/Ylang-Ylang oil

Notified as repellant

Sweden

IAS-SE

Quassia

Italy

AGE-IT

CAP-FR

FBL-DE

TRF-DE

ALF-ES

Sea-algae extract

Italy

ASU-DE

LGO-FR

OGT-IE

VAL-IT

Seaweed

Italy

ASF-IT

OGT-IE

VAL-IT

ALF-ES

ESA-NL

BAL-IE

AGC-FR

Extract from plant Red oak, Pronikly pear cactus, Fragrant sumac, Red mangrove

Poland

 

Extract from Menta piperata

Poland

 

Extract from tea tree

Latvia

 

GROUP 3

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: DENMARK

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Chitosan

Denmark

ALF-ES

CLM-NL

IDB-ES

Gelatine

Denmark

MIB-NL

Hydrolysed proteins

(see also Group 6.2)

Greece

SIC-IT

GROUP 4

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: UNITED KINGDOM

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

1-Decanol

Italy

CRO-GB

OLE-BE

JSC-GB

Aluminium sulphate

Spain

FER-GB

GSO-GB

Calcium chloride

Spain

FBL-DE

Calcium hydroxide

Spain

PZD-NL

Carbon monoxide

United Kingdom

 

Carbon dioxide

Notified as insecticide/disinfectant

United Kingdom

FBL-DE

EDTA and salts thereof

Hungary

DKI-NL

Fatty alcohols/Aliphatic alcohols

Italy

JSC-GB

Iron sulphate

United Kingdom

BNG-IE

HTO-GB

KRO-DE

MEL-NL

Kieselgur (Diatomaceous earth)

Greece

ABP-DE

AGL-GB

AMU-DE

DKI-NL

FBL-DE

Lime sulphur (Calcium polysulphide)

Spain

FBL-DE

PLS-IT

STI-IT

Paraffin oil

Greece

FBL-DE

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64741-88-4)

Greece

BPO-GB

SUN-BE

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64741-89-5)

Greece

BPO-GB

PET-PT

SUN-BE

SUN-BE

XOM-FR

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64741-97-5)

Greece

BPO-GB

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64742-46-7)

Greece

TOT-FR

TOT-FR

TOT-FR

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64742-54-7)

Greece

CVX-BE

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64742-55-8/64742-54-7)

Greece

SAG-FR

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64742-55-8)

Greece

CPS-ES

CVX-BE

XOM-FR

Paraffin oil/(CAS 64742-65-0)

Greece

XOM-FR

Paraffin oil/(CAS 72623-86-0)

Greece

TOT-FR

Paraffin oil/(CAS 8012-95-1)

Greece

AVA-AT

Paraffin oil/(CAS 8042-47-5)

Greece

ASU-DE

ECP-DE

NEU-DE

Paraffin oil/(CAS 97862-82-3)

Greece

TOT-FR

TOT-FR

Petroleum oils

Spain

FBL-DE

Petroleum oils/(CAS 64742-55-8/64742-57-7)

Spain

GER-FR

Petroleum oils/(CAS 74869-22-0)

Spain

CVX-BE

RLE-ES

Petroleum oils/(CAS 92062-35-6)

Spain

RML-IT

Potassium permanganate

Spain

CNA-ES

FBL-DE

VAL-IT

Aluminium silicate (Kaolin)

Hungary

PPP-FR

Sodium aluminium silicate

Notified as repellant

Hungary

FLU-DE

Sulphur

France

ACI-BE

AGN-IT

BAS-DE

CER-FR

CPS-ES

FBL-DE

GOM-ES

HLA-GB

JCA-ES

NSC-GB

PET-PT

RAG-DE

RLE-ES

SAA-PT

SML-GB

STI-IT

SYN-GB

UPL-GB

ZOL-IT

Sulphuric acid

France

NSA-GB

Calcium carbonate

Spain

 

GROUP 5

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: SPAIN

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

2-Phenylphenol

Spain

BCH-DE

Ethanol

France

CGL-GB

Ethylene

United Kingdom

BRM-GB

COL-FR

GROUP 6

Group 6.1.

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: BELGIUM

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Aluminium ammonium sulfate

Portugal

SPL-GB

Ammonium acetate

Portugal

LLC-AT

Anthraquinone

Belgium

TOM-FR

Bone oil

Notified as Repellant

Belgium

BRI-GB

FLU-DE

IOI-DE

ASU-DE

Calcium carbide

Portugal

CFW-DE

Citronellol

Notified as Repellant (see also Group 2.2)

United Kingdom

ASU-DE

CAL-FR

Denathonium benzoate

Portugal

ASU-DE

MFS-GB

Dodecyl alcohol

Portugal

SEI-NL

Lanolin

Slovak Republic

 

Methyl nonyl ketone

Belgium

PGM-GB

Polymer of styrene and acrylamide

Slovak Republic

 

Polyvinyl acetate

Slovak Republic

 

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Blood meal

Belgium

GYL-SE

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Essential oils

Belgium

BAR-GB

Trimethylamine hydrochloride

Belgium

LLC-AT

Repellant (by taste) of vegetal and animal origin/extract of food grade/phosphoric acid and fish flour

Belgium

 

2-hydroxyethyl butyl sulfide

Poland

 

Asphalts

Poland

 

Group 6.2.

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: GREECE

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Ammonium bituminosulfonate

Hungary

 

Daphne oil

Slovenia

FLU-DE

Hydrolysed proteins

Notified as Attractant (see also Group 3.)

Greece

BIB-ES

PHY-GR

SIC-IT

Limestone — pulverized

Austria

 

Olein

Hungary

 

Quartz sand

Austria

ASU-DE

AVA-AT

DKI-NL

FLU-DE

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Fatty acids, fish oil

Greece

ASU-DE

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Fish oil

Greece

FLU-DE

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Sheep fat

Greece

KWZ-AT

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Tall oil (CAS 8016-81-7)

Greece

FLU-DE

Repellants (by smell) of animal or plant origin/Tall oil crude (CAS 93571-80-3)

Greece

ASU-DE

Repellants (by smell) of anímal or plant origin/tall oil

Greece

 

Urea

(see also Group 1)

Greece

PHY-GR

Chinin hydrochlorid

Hungary

 

PART B

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: AUSTRIA

RAPPORTEUR: AUSTRIA

(The Czech Republic, Poland and Italy shall be considered the rapporteur Member States in the sense of the obligation to cooperate with Austria in the evaluation, in accordance with the provisions of Article 16)

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

(2E,13Z)-Octadecadien-1-yl acetate

 

SEI-NL

SEI-NL

SEI-NL

(7E,9Z)-Dodecadienyl acetate

 

BAS-DE

CAL-FR

ISA-IT

LLC-AT

RUS-GB

SDQ-ES

SEI-NL

(7E,9Z)-Dodecadienyl acetate; (7E,9E)-Dodecadienyl acetate

 

SHC-FR

(7Z,11E)-Hexadecadien-1-yl acetate

 

SEI-NL

SEI-NL

(7Z,11Z)-Hexadecadien-1-yl acetate; (7Z,11E)-Hexadecadien-1-yl acetate

 

ABC-GB

LLC-AT

(9Z,12E)-Tetradecadien-1-yl acetate

 

RUS-GB

E)-11-Tetradecenyl acetate

 

SEI-NL

(E)-8-Dodecenyl acetate

 

CAL-FR

SEI-NL

(E,E)-8,10-Dodecadien-1-ol

 

BAS-DE

CAL-FR

ISA-IT

LLC-AT

RUS-GB

SDQ-ES

SEI-NL

SHC-FR

VIO-GR

MAS-BE

(E/Z)-8-Dodecenyl acetate; (Z)-8-Dodecenol

 

BAS-DE

CAL-FR

(E/Z)-9-Dodecenyl acetate; (E/Z)-9-Dodecen-1-ol; (Z)-11-Tetradecen-1-yl acetate

 

ISA-IT

LLC-AT

SDQ-ES

(E/Z)-9-Dodecenyl acetate; (E/Z)-9-Dodecen-1-ol; (Z)-11-Tetradecen-1-yl acetate

 

TRF-DE

(Z)-11-Hexadecen-1-ol

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-11-Hexadecen-1-yl acetate

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-11-Hexadecenal

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-11-Hexadecenal; (Z)-11-Hexadecen-1-yl acetate

 

LLC-AT

(Z)-11-Tetradecen-1-yl acetate

 

BAS-DE

SEI-NL

(Z)-13-Hexadecen-11-ynyl acetate

 

SDQ-ES

(Z)-13-Octadecenal

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-7-Tetradecenal

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-8-Dodecenol

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-8-Dodecenyl acetate

 

CAL-FR

SDQ-ES

SEI-NL

(Z)-8-Dodecenyl acetate; Dodecan-1-yl acetate

 

ISA-IT

(Z)-9-Dodecenyl acetate

 

BAS-DE

LLC-AT

SDQ-ES

SEI-NL

SHC-FR

(Z)-9-Dodecenyl acetate; Dodecan-1-yl acetate

 

ISA-IT

(Z)-9-Hexadecenal

 

SEI-NL

(Z)-9-Hexadecenal; (Z)-11-Hexadecenal; (Z)-13-Octadecenal

 

RUS-GB

SDQ-ES

(Z)-9-Tetradecenyl acetate

 

SEI-NL

(Z,E)-3,7,11-trimethyl-2,6,10-dodecatrien-1-ol (Farnesol)

 

CAL-FR

(Z,Z,Z,Z)-7,13,16,19-Docosatetraen-1-yl isobutyrate

 

SHC-FR

1,4-Diaminobutane (Putrescine)

Austria

LLC-AT

1,7-Dioxaspiro-5,5-undecan

 

VIO-GR

1-Tetradecanol

 

SEI-NL

2,6,6-Trimethylbicyclo[3.1.1]hept-2-ene(alpha-Pinen)

 

SHC-FR

3,7,7-Trimethylbicyclo[4.1.0]hept-3-ene (3-Carene)

 

 

3,7,11-Trimetil-1,6,10-dodecatrien-3-ol (Nerolidol)

 

CAL-FR

3,7 Dimethyl-26-octadien-1-ol (Geraniol)

 

CAL-FR

5-Decen-1-ol

 

BAS-DE

SEI-NL

5-Decen-1-yl acetate

 

BAS-DE

SEI-NL

5-Decen-1-yl acetate; 5-Decen-1-ol

 

LLC-AT

ISA-IT

(8E, 10E) – 8, 10 – Dodecadiene 1- yl acetate

 

 

Dodecan- 1 - yl acetate

 

 

(E) – 9- Dodecen – 1 – yl acetate

 

 

(E) – 8- Dodecen – 1 – yl acetate

 

 

2-Methyl-6-methylene-2,7-octadien-4-ol (ipsdienol)

 

 

4,6,6-Trimethyl-bicyclo[3.1.1]hept-3-en-ol,((S)-cis-verbenol)

 

 

2-Ethyl-1,6-dioxaspiro(4,4) nonan(chalcogran)

 

 

(IR)-1,3,3-Trimethyl-4,6-dioxatricyclo[3.3.1.02,7] nonane (lineatin)

 

 

(E,Z)-8,10-Tetradecadienyl

 

 

2-ethyl-1,6-Dioxaspiro (4,4) nonan

 

 

2-Methoxypropan-1-ol

 

 

2-Methoxypropan-2-ol

 

 

2-Methyl-3-buten-2-ol

 

 

(E)-2-Methyl-6-methylene-2,7-octadien-1-ol(myrcenol)

 

 

(E)-2-Methyl-6-methylene-3,7-octadien-2-ol(isomyrcenol)

 

 

2-Methyl-6-methylene-7-octen-4-ol (Ipsenol)

 

 

3-Methyl-3-buten-1-ol

 

 

Ethyl 2,4-decadienoate

 

 

Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate

 

 

p-Hydroxybenzoic acid

 

 

1-Methoxy-4-propenylbenzene (Anethole)

 

 

1-Methyl-4-isopropylidenecyclohex-1-ene (Terpinolene)

 

 

PART C

LEAD RAPPORTEURS: NETHERLANDS, SWEDEN

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Agrobacterium radiobacter K 84

Denmark

 

Bacillus sphaericus

France

SUM-FR

Bacillus subtilis strain IBE 711

Germany

 

Bacillus thuringiensis aizawai

Italy

ISA-IT

MAS-BE

SIP-IT

SUM-FR

Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis

Italy

SIP-IT

SUM-FR

Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki

Denmark

ALF-ES

ASU-DE

IAB-ES

MAS-BE

PRO-ES

SIP-IT

SUM-FR

IBT-IT

ISA-IT

Bacillus thuringiensis tenebrionis

Italy

SUM-FR

Baculovirus GV

Germany

 

Beauveria bassiana

Germany

AGI-IT

AGR-ES

CAL-FR

MEU-GB

Beauveria brongniartii

Germany

CAL-FR

Cydia pomonella granulosis virus

Germany

MAS-BE

CAL-FR

PKA-DE

SIP-IT

Metarhizium anisopliae

Netherlands

AGF-IT

IBT-IT

TAE-DE

Neodiprion sertifer nuclear polyhedrosis virus

Finland

VRA-FI

Phlebiopsis gigantea

Estonia

FOC-GB

VRA-FI

Pythium oligandrun

Sweden

 

Streptomyces griseoviridis

Estonia

VRA-FI

Trichoderma harzianum

Sweden

BBI-SE

IAB-ES

IBT-IT

ISA-IT

AGF-IT

BOB-DK

KBS-NL

Trichoderma polysporum

Sweden

BBI-SE

Trichoderma viride

France

AGB-IT

ISA-IT

Verticillium dahliae

Netherlands

ARC-NL

Verticillium lecanii

Netherlands

KBS-NL

PART D

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: GERMANY

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Aluminium phosphide

Germany

CAT-PT

DET-DE

Brodifacum

Italy

PEL-GB

Bromadiolone

Sweden

ABB-GB

CAL-FR

LIP-FR

Chloralose

Portugal

PHS-FR

Chlorophacinone

Spain

CAL-FR

CFW-DE

FRU-DE

LIP-FR

Difenacoum

Finland

APT-GB

CAL-FR

SOX-GB

Magnesium phosphide

Germany

DET-DE

Tricalcium phosphate

Germany

CHM-FR

Zinc phosphide

Germany

CFW-DE

Carbon monoxide

Italy

 

PART E

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Aluminium phosphide

Germany

DET-DE

UPL-GB

Magnesium phosphide

Germany

DET-DE

UPL-GB

PART F

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: NETHERLANDS

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

Didecyl-dimethylammonium chloride

Netherlands

LON-DE

Formaldehyde

Notified as Disinfectant

Netherlands

PSD-GB

Glutaraldehyde

Belgium

BAS-DE

HBTA (High Boiling Tar Acid)

Notified as Disinfectant

Ireland

JEY-GB

Hydrogen peroxide

Finland

FBL-DE

KIR-NL

SPU-DE

Peracetic acid

Netherlands

SOL-GB

Phoxim

Finland

BCS-DE

Sodium hypochlorite

Netherlands

SPU-DE

Sodium lauryl sulfate

Netherlands

ADC-DE

Sodium p-toluenesulphon-chloramide

Netherlands

PNP-NL

PART G

LEAD RAPPORTEUR: POLAND

Active substance

Rapporteur Member State

Notifier

(A)

(B)

(C)

2-Methoxy-5-nitrofenol sodium salt

Poland

 

3(3-Benzyloxycarbonyl-methyl)-2-benzothiazolinone (Benzolinone)

Slovak Republic

 

Cumylphenol

Poland

 

Fat destilation residues

Czech Republic

 

Flufenzin

Hungary

 

Flumetsulam

Slovak Republic

 

Ethanedial (glyoxal)

Poland

 

Hexamethylene tetramine (urotropin)

Slovak Republic

 

Lactofen

Czech Republic

 

Propisochlor

Hungary

 

2-Mercaptobenzothiazole

Poland

 

Biohumus

Poland

 

Di-1-p-menthene

Poland

 

Jasmonic acid

Hungary

 

N-phenylphthalamic acid

Hungary

 

Copper complex: 8-hydroxyquinolin with salicylic acid

Poland

 

1,3,5-Tir-(2-hydroxyethyl)-hexa-hydro-s-triazyne

Poland

 


(1)  The active substances for which no notifier is identified in Column C are active substances as meant in Article 1(1)(b) of this Regulation.


ANNEX II

List of notifiers' code identification, names and addresses

Code identification

Name

Address

ABB-GB

Activa/Babolna Bromadiolone Task Force

8 Cabbage Moor

Great Shelford

Cambridge CB2 5NB

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1223) 84 04 89

Fax (44-1223) 84 04 89

hancock@chemregservs.co.uk

ABC-GB

AgriSense-BCS Ltd

Treforest Industrial Estate

Pontypridd

Mid Glamorgan CF37 5SU

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1443) 84 11 55

Fax (44-1443) 84 11 52

mail@agrisense.demon.co.uk

ABP-DE

Agrinova GmbH

Hauptstraße 13

D-67283 Obrigheim/Mühlheim

Tel.: (49) 6359 32 14

Fax: (49) 6359 32 14

agrinova@t-online.de

ACI-BE

Agriculture Chimie Industrie International

Avenue Albert 233

B-1190 Bruxelles

Téléphone (32-2) 508 10 93

Télécopieur (32-2) 514 06 32

roland.levy@swing.be

ACP-FR

Action Pin

ZI de Cazalieu

BP 30

F-40260 Castets des Landes

Téléphone (33) 558 55 07 00

Télécopieur (33) 558 55 07 07

actionpin@action-pin.fr

ADC-DE

ADC Agricultural Development Consulting

Am Vilser Holz 17

D-27305 Bruchhausen-Vilsen

Tel.: (49) 4252-27 81

Fax: (49) 4252-35 98

stratmannb@adc-eu.com

AGB-IT

Agribiotec srl

Via San Bernardo, 22

I-26100 Cremona

Tel. (39) 0535 467 02

Fax (39) 0535 591 95

paolo.lameri@agribiotec.com

AGC-FR

Agrimer

BP 29

Prat Menan

F-29880 Plouguerneau

Téléphone (33) 298 04 54 11

Télécopieur (33) 298 04 55 15

fnicolas@agrimer.com

AGE-IT

Agrivet S.a.s. di Martinelli Maurizio & C.

Via S. Giovanni, 6050

I-40024 Castel San Pietro (BO)

Tel. (39) 051 94 91 19

Fax (39) 051 615 31 85

r.martinelli@bo.nettuno.it

AGF-IT

Agrifutur srl

Agrifutur srl

Via Campagnole, 8

I-25020 Alfianello (Brescia)

Tel. (39) 030 993 47 76

Fax (39) 030 993 47 77

rkm@numerica.it

AGI-IT

Agrimix s.r.l.

Viale Città d'Europa 681

I-00144 Roma

Tel. (39) 06 529 62 21

Fax (39) 06 529 14 22

info@agrimix.com

AGL-GB

Agil Ltd

Hercules 2, Calleva Park

Aldermaston

Reading RG7 8DN

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-118) 981 33 33

Fax (44-118) 981 09 09

murray@agil.com

AGN-IT

Zolfindustria Srl

Via Cantarana, 17

I-27043 San Cipriano Po (PV)

Tel. (39) 0385 24 17 00

Fax (39) 0385 24 17 05

agrindustria.srl@tin.it

AGR-ES

Agrichem, SA

Plaza de Castilla, 3, 14A

E-28046 Madrid

Tel. (34) 913 14 98 88

Fax (34) 913 14 98 87

info@agrichembio.com

AIF-IT

Aifar Agricola SRL

Registration Department

Via Bazzano 12

I-16019 Ronco Scrivia (GE)

Tel. (39) 010 935 02 67

Fax (39) 010 935 05 32

posta@aifar.it

ALF-ES

Alfarin Química SA

Ibiza 35, 5oC

E-28009 Madrid

Tel. (34) 915 74 87 07

Fax (34) 915 04 31 59

alfarin@asertel.es

ALT-FR

Alltech France

EU Regulatory Affairs Department

2-4 avenue du 6 juin 1944

F-95190 Goussainville

Téléphone (33) 134 38 98 98

Télécopieur (33) 134 38 98 99

gbertin@alltech.com

AMI-IT

Aminco Srl

Via Mandilli 14

I-12071 Bagnasco (Cn)

Tel. (39) 0174 71 66 06

Fax (39) 0174 71 39 63

aminco@isiline.it

AMU-DE

Amu-Systeme

Büschem 13

D-53940 Hellenthal

Tel.: (49) 2482 10 24

Fax: (49) 2482 70 89

amu-hellenthal@t-online.de

AMV-GB

Amvac Chemical UK LTD

Surrey Technology Centre

40 Occam Rd

The Surrey Research Park

Guildford GU2 7YG

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1483) 29 57 80

Fax (44-1483) 28 57 81

amvacat@easynet.co.uk

APT-GB

Activa/PelGar Brodifacoum and Difenacoum task Force

8 Cabbage Moor

Great Shelford

Cambridge CB2 5NB

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1223) 84 04 89

Fax (44-1223) 84 04 89

hancock@chemregservs.co.uk

ARC-NL

Arcadis PlanRealisatie B.V.

Tree Services

Marowijne 80

NL-7333 PJ Apeldoorn

Tel.: (31-55) 599 94 44

Fax: (31-55) 533 88 44

r.valk@arcadis.nl

ASF-IT

Asfaleia SRL.

Via Mameli, 6

I-06124 Perugia

Tel. (39) 075 573 49 35

Fax (39) 017 82 25 26 32

postmaster@asfaleia.it

ASP-NL

Asepta B.V.

PO Box 33

Cyclotronweg 1

NL-2600 AA Delft

Tel.: (31-15) 256 92 10

Fax: (31-15) 257 19 01

a.vandenende@asepta.nl

ASU-DE

Stähler Agrochemie GmbH & Co. KG

Stader Elbstraße

D-21683 Stade

Tel.: (49) 4141 92 040

Fax: (49) 4141 92 0410

staehler-agro@staehler.com

AVA-AT

Avenarius-Agro GmbH

Industriestraße 51

A-4600 Wels

Tel.: (43) 7242-489-0

Fax: (43) 7242-489-5

d.stroh@avenarius-agro.at

BAR-GB

Barrier Biotech Limited

36 Haverscroft Ind. Est.

New Road

Attleborough Norfolk NR17 1YE

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1953) 45 63 63

Fax (44-1953) 45 55 94

nigelb@barrier-biotech.com

BAS-DE

BASF Aktiengesellschaft

APT/EQM — V 005

D-67056 Ludwigshafen

Tel.: (49) 621 607 90 26

Fax: (49) 621 605 20 40

siegfried.kersten@basf-ag.de

BBI-SE

Binab Bio-Innovation AB

Florettgatan 5

S-254 67 Helsingborg

Tfn (46-42) 16 37 04

Fax (46-42) 16 24 97

info@binab.se

BCH-DE

Bayer/Dow Task Force via Bayer AG, Bayer Chemicals

D-51368 Leverkusen

Tel.: (49) 214 306 22 68

Fax: (49) 214 307 23 39

klaus.stroech.ks@bayerchemicals.com

BAL-IE

BioAtlantis Ltd

Baylands, Ballyard

Tralee

County Kerry

Ireland

Tel. (353-66) 71-28592

Fax (353-66) 711 98 02

jtostralee@eircom.net

BCP-GB

Biological Crop Protection Ltd

Occupation Road, Wye

Ashford TN25 5EN

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1233) 81 32 40

Fax (44-1233) 81 33 83

richardc@biological-crop-protection.co.uk

BCS-DE

Bayer CropScience AG

Alfred-Nobel-Straße 50

D-40789 Monheim am Rhein

Tel.: (49) 2173 38 33 63

Fax: (49) 2173 38 49 27

norbert.hesse@bayercropscience.com

BCS-FR

Bayer CropScience SA

14-20 rue Pierre Baizet

BP 9163

F-69263 Lyon Cedex 09

Téléphone (33) 472 85 25 25

Télécopieur (33) 472 85 30 82

martyn.griffiths@bayercropscience.com

BIB-ES

Bioibérica, SA

Polígono Industrial Mas Puigvert

Ctra. N-II Km. 680,6

E-08389 Palafolls, Barcelona

Tel. (34) 937 65 03 90

Fax (34) 937 65 01 02

ibartoli@bioiberica.com

BNG-IE

Brown & Gillmer LTD.

Florence Lodge

199 Strand Road, Merrion

Dublin 4

Ireland

Tel. (353-1) 283 82 16

Fax (353-1) 269 58 62

bgfeeds@indigo.ie

BOB-DK

Borregaard BioPlant ApS

Helsingforsgade 27 B

DK-8200 Århus N

Tlf. (45) 86 78 69 88

Fax (45) 86 78 69 22

borregaard@bioplant.dk

BOO-GB

Bootman Chemical Safety Ltd.

Diss Business Centre

Diss IP21 4HD

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1379) 64 05 34

Fax (44-1379) 64 08 35

info@bootmanchem.com

BPO-GB

BP Global Special Products Ltd

Witan Gate House

500-600 Witan Gate

Milton Keynes MK9 1ES

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1908) 85 33 44

Fax (44-1908) 85 38 96

gspinfo@bp.com

BRA-GB

BRA-Europe

33 Khattoun Road

Tooting Broadway

London SW17 OJA

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-208) 378 05 17

Fax (44-208) 378 05 17

braeurope@aol.com

BRI-GB

Brimac Carbon Services

21 Dellingburn Street

Greenock PA15 4TP

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1475) 72 02 73

Fax (44-1475) 72 00 16

info@brimacservices.com

BRM-GB

BRM Agencies

Cheshire House

164 Main Road

Goostrey CW4 8JP

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1477) 54 40 52

Fax (44-1477) 53 71 70

brianmartin@cheshirehouse.co.uk

CAL-FR

Calliope SAS

Route d'Artix

BP 80

F-64150 Noguères

Téléphone (33) 559 60 92 92

Télécopieur (33) 559 60 92 19

fleconte@calliope-sa.com

CAP-FR

Capiscol

160 route de la Valentine

F-13011 Marseille

Téléphone (33) 491 24 45 45

Télécopieur (33) 491 24 46 11

anne.coutelle@capiscol.com

CAT-PT

Cafum

Centro Agro Técnico de Fumigações Lda.

Rua de Moçambique 159 A2

PT-3000 Coimbra

Tel.: (351-239) 40 10 60 ou (351-239) 40 59 70

Fax: (351-239) 70 43 76

cafum@cafum.pt

CEL-DE

Scotts Celaflor GmbH

Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 30

D-55218 Ingelheim

Tel.: (49) 6132 78 03-0

Fax: (49) 6132 20 67

otto.schweinsberg@scotts.com

CEQ-ES

Cequisa

Muntaner, 322, 1o

E-08021 Barcelona

Tel. (34) 932 40 29 10

Fax (34) 932 00 56 48

xavier@cequisa.com

CER-FR

Cerexagri SA

1 rue des Frères Lumière

F-78373 Plaisir

Téléphone (33) 130 81 73 00

Télecopieur (33) 130 81 72 50

mark.egsmose@cerexagri.com

CFP-FR

Nufarm SA

Département ‘Homologations et Règlementation’

28 boulevard Camélinat

F-92230 Gennevilliers

Téléphone (33) 140 85 50 20

Télecopieur (33) 140 85 51 56

claude.chelle@fr.nufarm.com

CFW-DE

Chemische Fabrik Wülfel GmbH & Co. KG

Hildesheimer Straße 305

D-30519 Hannover

Tel.: (49) 511 984 96-0

Fax: (49) 511 984 96-40

cfw@wuelfel.de

CGL-GB

Catalytic Generators UK Limited

Mariel T Monk

2 Priory Court Pilgrim Street

London

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-207) 236 14 14

Fax (44-207) 329 87 87

london@merricks.co.uk

CHE-DK

Cheminova A/S

Registration Department

P.O. Box 9

DK-7620 Lemvig

Tel. (45) 96 90 96 90

Fax (45) 96 90 96 91

info@cheminova.dk

CHM-FR

Chemimpex SA/Mauer

1817 Route de Tutegny

F-01170 Cessy

Téléphone (33) 450 41 48 60

amselian@aol.com

CLM-NL

CLM research and advice Plc

PO Box 10015

Amsterdamsestraatweg 877

NL-3505 AA Utrecht

Tel.: (31-30) 244 13 01

Fax: (31-30) 244 13 18

clm@clm.nl

CNA-ES

Carus Nalon SL

Barrio Nalon s/n

E-33100 Trubia/Oviedo

Tel. (34) 985 78 55 13

Fax (34) 985 78 55 10

carus@carusnalon.com

COL-FR

Coleacp

5 rue de la Corderie

CENTRA 342

F-94586 Rungis Cedex

Téléphone (33) 141 80 02 10

Télécopieur (33) 141 80 02 19

coleacp@coleacp.org

CPS-ES

Cepsa

Av. Partenón, 12

Campo de las Naciones

E-28042 Madrid

Tel. (34) 913 37 96 69

Fax (34) 913 37 96 09

aranzazu.guzman@madrid.cepsa.es

CRO-GB

Crompton Europe Limited

Kennet House

4 Langley Quay, Langley

Slough SL3 6EH

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1753) 60 30 48

Fax (44-1753) 60 30 77

phil.pritchard@cromptoncorp.com

CRT-GB

Certis

1b Mills Way

Boscombe Bown Business Park

Amesbury SP4 7RX

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1980) 67 65 00

Fax (44-1980) 62 65 55

certis@certiseurope.co.uk

CRU-IT

Cerrus sas

Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 84

I-21040 Uboldo (VA)

Tel. (39) 02 96 78 21 08

Fax (39) 02 96 78 29 01

cerrus@tiscalinet.it

PZD-NL

Plantenziektenkundige Dienst

PO Box 9102

NL-6700 HC Wageningen

Tel.: (31-31) 749 69 11

Fax: (31-31) 742 17 01

p.jellema@pd.agro.nl

CVX-BE

ChevronTexaco Technology Ghent

Technologiepark — Zwijnaarde 2

B-9052 Gent/Zwijnaarde

Tel. (32) 9 240 71 11

Fax (32) 9 240 72 22

arickjl@chevrontexaco.com

DEN-NL

DeruNed bv

Marconistraat 10

NL-2665 JE Bleiswijk

Tel.: (31-10) 522 15 14

Fax: (31-10) 522 02 50

deruned@deruned.nl

DET-DE

Detia Freyberg GmbH

Dr.-Werner-Freyberg-Straße 11

D-69514 Laudenbach

Tel.: (49) 6201 708-0

Fax: (49) 6201 708-427

zulassung@detia-degesch.de

DKI-NL

Denka International B.V.

Hanzeweg 1

NL-3771 NG Barneveld

Tel.: (31-34) 245 54 55

Fax: (31-34) 249 05 87

info@denka.nl

DUS-DE

Degussa Texturant Systems Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

Ausschläger Elbdeich 62

D-20539 Hamburg

Tel.: (49) 40 789 55-0

Fax: (49) 40 789 55 83 29

reception.hamburg@degussa.com

DXN-DK

Duxon ApS

Skovgaardsvænget 628

DK-8310 Tranbjerg J

Tlf. (45) 96 23 91 00

Fax (45) 96 23 91 02

duxon@mail.tele.dk

ECP-DE

Elefant Chemische Produkte GmbH

Ringstraße 35—37

D-70736 Fellbach

Tel.: (49) 711 58 00 33

Fax: (49) 711 58 00 35

elefant-gmbh@web.de

ECY-GB

ECOspray Ltd

Grange Farm

Cockley Cley Road

Hilborough Thetford

IP26 5BT

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-176) 75 61 00

Fax (44-176) 75 63 13

enquiries@ecospray.com

ERO-IT

Euroagro s.r.l.

via Lazzaretti 5/A

I-42100 Reggio Emilia

Tel. (39) 0522 51 86 86

Fax (39) 0522 51 49 91

euroagro_italia@libero.it

ESA-NL

ECOstyle BV

Vaart Noordzijde 2a

NL-8426 AN Appelscha

Tel.: (31-51) 643 21 22

Fax: (31-51) 643 31 13

info@ecostyle.nl

ESS-IT

Esseco SpA

Via San Cassiano 99

I-28069 Trecate (Novara)

Tel. (39) 0321 790-1

Fax (39) 0321 790-215

chemsupport@esseco.it

FBL-DE

FiBL Berlin e.V.

Dr. K. Wilbois

Rungestraße 29

D-10179 Berlin

Tel.: (49) 6257 50 54 89

Fax: (49) 6257 50 54 98

klaus-peter.wilbois@fibl.de

FER-GB

Feralco (UK) Limited

Ditton Road

Widnes WA8 0PH

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-151) 802 29 10

Fax (44-151) 802 29 99

barry.lilley@feralco.com

FIN-GB

Fine Agrochemicals Ltd

Hill End House

Whittington

Worcester WR5 2RQ

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1905) 36 18 00

Fax (44-1905) 36 18 10

enquire@fine-agrochemicals.com

FLU-DE

Flügel GmbH

Westerhöfer Straße 45

D-37520 Osterode/Harz

Tel.: (49) 5522 823 60

Fax: (49) 5522 843 26

info@fluegel-gmbh.de

FOC-GB

Forestry Commission

Forestry Commission Silvan House

231 Corstorphine Road

Edinburgh EH12 7AT

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-131) 334 03 03

Fax (44-131) 334 30 47

james.dewar@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

FRB-BE

Mr. John Ivey

Les Clos des Coulerins

F-74580 Viry

Téléphone (33) 450 04 76 01

Télécopieur (33) 450 04 76 01

JIvey94819@aol.com

FRU-DE

Frunol Delizia GmbH

Dübener Straße 145

D-04509 Delitzsch

Tel.: (49) 34202 65 30-0

Fax: (49) 34202 65 30-9

info@frunol-delicia.de

GER-FR

Germicopa SAS

1 allée Loeiz-Herrieu

F-29334 Quimper Cedex

Téléphone (33) 298 10 01 00

Télécopieur (33) 298 10 01 42

jeanyves.abgrall@germicopa.fr

GLO-BE

Globachem NV

Leeuwerweg 138

B-3803 Sint-Truiden

Tel. (32-1) 178 57 17

Fax (32-1) 168 15 65

globachem@globachem.com

GOB-IT

L. Gobbi s.r.l.

Registration Department

Via Vallecalda 33

I-16013 Campo Ligure (GE)

Tel. (39) 010 92 03 95

Fax (39) 010 92 14 00

info@lgobbi.it

GOM-ES

Gomensoro Química SA

Torneros, 14

Polígono Industrial Los Ángeles

E-28906 Getafe, Madrid

Tel. (34) 916 95 24 00

Fax (34) 916 82 36 99

gomenki@arrakis.es

GSO-GB

Growing Success Organics Limited

Hill Top Business Park

Devizes Road

Salisbury SP3 4UF

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1722) 33 77 44

Fax (44-1722) 33 31 77

info@growingsucess.org.uk

GTL-GB

Growth Technology Ltd

Unit 66, Taunton Trading Estate

Taunton TA2 6RX

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1823) 32 52 91

Fax (44-1823) 32 54 87

info@growthtechnology.com

GYL-SE

Gyllebo Gödning AB

Vessmantorpsvägen 16

S-260 70 Ljungbyhed

Tfn (46-435) 44 10 40

Fax (46-435) 44 10 40

gyllebo.plantskydd@telia.com

HAS-GR

House of Agriculture Spirou Aebe

Dr Dinos Chassapis, Assistant

Professor in Chemistry

5, Markoni Str.

GR-122 42 Athens

Τηλ.: (30) 210-349 75 00

Φαξ: (30) 210-342 85 01

agrospir@spirou.gr

HLA-GB

Headland Agrochemicals Ltd

Norfolk House

Great Chesterford CB10 1PF

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1799) 53 01 46

Fax (44-1799) 53 02 29

stephen.foote@headlandgroup.com

HOC-GB

Hockley International Limited

Hockley House

354 Park Lane

Poynton Stockport SK12 1RL

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1625) 87 85 90

Fax (44-1625) 87 72 85

mail@hockley.co.uk

HRM-BE

Hermoo Belgium NV

Zepperenweg 257

B-3800 Sint-Truiden

Tel. (32-1) 168 68 66

Fax (32-1) 170 74 84

hermoo@hermoo.be

HTO-GB

Tioxide Europe Ltd

Haverton Hill Road

Billingham TS23 1PS

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1642) 37 03 00

Fax (44-1642) 37 02 90

greg_s_mcnulty@huntsman.com

IAB-ES

IAB, SL (Investigaciones y Aplicaciones Biotecnológicas, SL)

Ctra. Moncada-Náquera, km 1,7

E-46113 Moncada (Valencia)

Tel. (34) 961 30 90 24

Fax (34) 961 30 92 42

iab@iabiotec.com

IAS-SE

Interagro Skog AB

Eliselund

S-247 92 Södra Sandby

Tfn (46-46) 532 00

Fax (46-46) 532 08

walde@interagroskog.se

IBT-IT

Intrachem Bio Italia Spa

Via XXV Aprile 44

I-24050 Grassobbio Bergamo

Tel. (39) 035 33 53 13

Fax (39) 035 33 53 34

info@intrachem.it

IDB-ES

Idebio SL

Bell, 3 — Polígono El Montalvo

E-37188 Carbajosa De La Sagrada

Salamanca

Tel. (34) 92 31 92 40

Fax (34) 92 31 92 39

idebio@helcom.es

IOI-DE

Imperial-Oel-Import Handelsgesellschaft mbH

Bergstraße 11

D-20095 Hamburg

Tel.: (49) 4033 85 33-0

Fax: (49) 4033 85 33 85

info@imperial-oel-import.de

ISA-IT

Isagro S.p.A.

Via Caldera 21

20153 Milano

Tel. (39) 0240 90 11

Fax (39) 0240 90 12 87

agiambelli@isagro.it

JAH-GB

J A Humphrey Agriculture

189 Castleroe Road

Coleraine BT51 3QT

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-28) 70 86 87 33

Fax (44-28) 70 86 87 35

rhumphrey@nicobrand.com

JCA-ES

Julio Cabrero y Cía, SL

Puerto De Requejada

E-39312-Requejada (Cantabria)

Tel. (34) 942 82 40 89

Fax (34) 942 82 50 57

julio.cabrero@juliocabrero.com

JEY-GB

Jeyes Ltd

Brunel Way

Thetford IP24 1HF

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1842) 75 45 67

Fax (44-1842) 75 76 83

nigel.cooper@jeyes.co.uk

JSC-GB

JSC International Ltd

Osborne House

20 Victoria Avenue

Harrogate HG1 5QY

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1423) 52 02 45

Fax (44-1423) 52 02 97

terry.tooby@jsci.co.uk

KBS-NL

Koppert Beheer BV

Department R&D Microbials and Regulatory Affairs

Veilingweg 17/PO Box 155

NL-2650 AD Berkel en Rodenrijs

Tel.: (31-10) 514 04 44

Fax: (31-10) 511 52 03

info@koppert.nl

KIR-NL

Kemira Chemicals B.V.

PO Box 1015

NL-3180 AA Rozenburg

Tel.: (31-18) 128 25 40

Fax: (31-18) 128 25 36

dees_van.kruyssen@kemira.com

KRO-DE

Kronos International, INC.

Peschstraße 5

D-51373 Leverkusen

Tel.: (49) 214 356-0

Fax: (49) 214 421 50

kronos.leverkusen@nli-usa.com

KWZ-AT

F. Joh. Kwizda GmbH

Sarea Saatguttechnik

Freilingerstraße 44

A-4614 Marchtrenk

Tel.: (43) 7243 535 26-0

Fax: (43) 7243 535 26-12

office@sarea.at

LGO-FR

Laboratoires GOËMAR SA

ZAC La Madeleine

Avenue Général-Patton

F-35400 Saint-Malo

Téléphone (33) 299 21 53 70

Télécopieur (33) 299 82 56 17

labo@goemar.com

LIP-FR

LiphaTech SA

201 rue Carnot

F-94126 Fontenay-sous-Bois

Téléphone (33) 143 94 55 50

Télécopieur (33) 148 77 44 31

ahoussin@merck.fr

LLC-AT

Consep GmbH

Furth 27

A-2013 Gollersdorf

Tel.: (43) 2954 30244

Fax: (43) 2954 30245

wmaxwald@lander.es

LON-DE

Lonza GmbH

Morianstraße 32

D-42103 Wuppertal

Tel.: (49) 202 245 38 33

Fax: (49) 202 245 38 30

gisbert.mehring@lonzagroup.com

LUX-NL

Luxan B.V.

Industrieweg 2

NL-6662 PA Elst

Tel.: (31-48) 136 08 11

Fax: (31-48) 137 67 34

luxan@luxan.nl

MAK-BE

Makhteshim-Agan International Coordination Centre (MAICC)

Avenue Louise 283

B-1050 Bruxelles

Téléphone (32-2) 646 86 06

Télécopieur (32-2) 646 91 52

steve.kozlen@maicc.be

MAS-BE

Mitsui AgriScience International SA/BV

Boulevard de la Woluwe 60

Woluwedal 60

B-1200 Brussel

Tel.: (32-2) 331 38 94

Fax: (31-2) 331 38 60

thorez@certiseurope.fr

MEL-NL

Melchemie Holland B.V.

Postbus 143

NL-6800 AC Arnhem

Tel.: (31-26) 445 12 51

Fax: (31-26) 442 50 93

info@melchemie.com

MEU-GB

Mycotech Europe LTD.

12 Lonsdale Gardens

Tunbridge Wells TN1 1PA

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1580) 88 20 59

Fax (44-1580) 88 20 57

fjr@agrilexuk.com

MFS-GB

Macfarlan Smith Limited

Wheatfield Road

Edinburgh EH11 2QA

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-131) 337 24 34

Fax (44-131) 337 98 13

melanie.jackson@macsmith.com

MGK-GB

MGK Europe Limited

21 Wilson Street

London EC2M 2TD

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-207) 588 08 00

Fax (44-207) 588 05 55

glazer.barry@dorseylaw.com

MIB-NL

Micro Biomentor BV

PO Box 50

Middelbroekweg 67

2675 ZH Honselersdijk

Tel.: (31-17) 462 67 63

Fax: (31-17) 461 40 76

info@microbiomentor.nl

NDC-SE

NIM Distribution Center AB

Stigbergsvägen 4

S-141 32 Huddinge

Tfn (46-8) 740 26 30

Fax (46-8) 740 2618

info@bionim.com

NEU-DE

W. Neudorff GmbH KG

An der Mühle 3

D-31860 Emmerthal

Tel.: (49) 5155 624-126

Fax: (49) 5155 60 10

wilhelmy@neudorff.de

NLI-AT

Nufarm GmbH & Co KG

Registration Department

St.-Peter-Straße 25

A-4021 Linz

Tel.: (43) 732 69 18-0

Fax: (43) 732 69 18-2004

eric.gibert@at.nufarm.com

NOV-FR

Novance SA

Venette

BP 20609

F-60206 Compiègne

Téléphone (33) 344 90 70 96

Télécopieur (33) 344 90 70 70

p.ravier@novance.com

NSA-GB

National Sulphuric Acid Association Limited

19 Newgate Street

Chester CH1 1DE

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1244) 32 22 00

Fax (44-1244) 34 51 55

tomfleet@nsaa.org.uk or pamlatham@nsaa.org.uk

NSC-GB

Novigen Sciences Ltd

2D Hornbeam Park Oval

Harrogate HG2 8RB

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1423) 85 32 00

Fax (44-1423) 81 04 31

charris@novigensci.co.uk

OGT-IE

Oilean Glas Teoranta

Meenmore

Dungloe

County Donegal

Ireland

Tel. (353-75) 213 19

Fax (353-75) 218 07

smgo11@gofree.indigo.ie

OLE-BE

Oleon nv

Assenedestraat 2

B-9940 Ertvelde

Tel.: (32-9) 341 10 11

Fax: (32-9) 341 10 00

info@oleon.com

OMX-GB

Omex Agriculture Ltd

Bardney Airfield

Tupholme

Lincoln LN3 5TP

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1526) 39 60 00

Fax (44-1526) 39 60 01

enquire@omex.com

ORI-GB

Organic Insecticides

Parkwood, Maltmans Lane

Gerrards Cross SL9 8RB

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1494) 81 65 75

Fax (44-1494) 81 65 78

OSK-ES

Osku España, SL

Polígono Industrial El Zurdo, nave 13

Ctra. de la Estación

E-Abarán, Murcia

Tel. (34) 968 77 06 23

Fax (34) 968 77 06 12

oskuesp@oskuesp.e.telefonica.net

PAB-SE

Perstorp Specialty Chemicals AB

S-284 80 Perstorp

Tfn (46-435) 380 00

Fax (46-435) 381 00

perstorp@perstorp.com

PBC-ES

Procesos Bioquímicos Claramunt-Forner, SL

Senda de les Deu, 11

E-46138 Rafelbunol, Valencia

Tel. (34) 961 40 21 69

Fax (34) 961 40 21 69

ana.perez@acgbioconsulting.com

PBI-GB

pbi Home & Garden Ltd

Durhan House

214-224 High Street

Waltham Cross EN8 7DP

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1992) 78 42 00

Fax (44-1992) 78 49 50

teresa.jones@pbi.co.uk

PBK-AT

Manfred Pfersich, Kenya Pyrethrum Information Centre

Kenya Pyrethrum Information Centre

Haslaustraße 807

A-5411 Oberalm

Tel.: (43) 6245 83 38 10

Fax: (43) 6245 823 56

manfred.pfersich@kenya-pyrethrum.com

PEL-GB

PelGar International Ltd.

Index House, Peak Centre

Midhurst Rd

Liphook GU30 7TN

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1428) 72 22 50

Fax (44-1428) 72 28 11

info@pelgar.demon.co.uk

PET-PT

Petrogal, S.A.

Rua Tomás da Fonseca, Torre C

PT-1600-209 Lisboa

Tel.: (351-21) 724 26 08

Fax: (351-21) 724 29 53

luis.brito.soares@galpenergia.com

PGM-GB

Pet and Garden Manufacturing plc

Queens Rd.

Sanquhar DG4 6DN

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1223) 84 04 89

Fax (44-1223) 84 04 89

hancock@chemregservs.co.uk

PHS-FR

Physalys

3 rue de l'Arrivée — BP 215

F-75749 Paris Cedex 15

Téléphone (33) 143 21 70 62

Télécopieur (33) 143 21 70 63

ybassat@physalys.com

PHY-GR

Phytophyl N·G· Stavrakis

Averof 16

GR-104 33 Athens

Τηλ.: (30) 22620 586 70

Φαξ: (30) 22620 587 35

nista@otenet.gr

PKA-DE

Probis GmbH & Andermatt Biocontrol Taskforce

Daimlerstraße 16/1

D-75446 Wiernheim

Tel.: (49) 7044 91 42 21

Fax: (49) 7044 91 42 25

probis.knoch@t-online.de

PLS-IT

Polisenio srl.

Via S. Andrea 10

I-48022 Lugo (RA)

Tel. (39) 0545 245 60

Fax (39) 0545 245 87

polisenio@lamiarete.com

PNP-NL

PNP Holding bv

Nijverheidsplein 21 G

NL-3771 MR Barneveld

Tel.: (31-34) 240 47 60

Fax: (31-34) 240 47 67

info@axcentive.com

PPP-FR

Plant Protection Projects

Le Pont Neuf

Route de Gordes

F-84220 Cabriéres d'Avignon

Téléphone (33) 432 52 17 51

Télécopieur (33) 490 76 80 71

stephen.shires@wanadoo.fr

PRO-ES

Probelte, SA

Ctra. Madrid, km. 384,6 Polígono Industrial

El Tiro

E-30100 Espinardo (Murcia)

Tel. (34) 968 30 72 50

Fax (34) 968 30 54 32

probelte@probelte.es

PSD-GB

Pesticides Safety Directorate

Mallard House, Kings Pool

3 Peasholme Green

York YO1 7PX

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1904) 64 05 00

Fax (44-1904) 45 57 33

Information@psd.defra.gsi.gov.uk

PUN-DK

Punya Innovations

Almevej 180

DK-3250 Gilleleje

Tlf (45) 48 30 17 27

Fax (45) 48 30 22 27

punya@worldonline.dk

PYC-FR

Pyco SA

Route de Saint-Sever — Haut-Mauco

BP 27

F-40001 Mont-de-Marsan Cedex

Téléphone (33) 558 05 89 37

Télécopieur (33) 558 05 89 36

alain.dini@bayercropscience.com

RAG-DE

agrostulln GmbH

Werksweg 2

D-92551 Stulln

Tel.: (49) 9435 39 32 27

Fax: (49) 9435 39 32 28

m.meier@agrostulln.de

RHZ-NL

Rhizopon B.V.

PO Box 110

NL-2394 ZG Hazerswoude

Tel.: (31-71) 341 51 46

Fax: (31-71) 341 58 29

info@rhizopon.com

RLE-ES

Repsolypf Lubricantes y Especialidades

Orense, 34

E-28020 Madrid

Tel. (34) 913 48 78 00

Fax (34) 913 23 70 32

msalinasg@repsolypf.com

RML-IT

R.A.M.OIL S.p.A.

Via Filichito 16/A

Tavernanova di Casalnuovo

I-80013 Napoli

Tel. (39) 081 519 51 11

Fax (39) 081 842 10 79

info@ramoil.it

RUS-GB

Russell Fine Chemicals Ltd

68 Third Avenue

Deeside Industrial Park

Deeside CH5 2LA

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1244) 28 13 33

Fax (44-1244) 28 18 78

alzaidi@Russellipm.com

SAA-PT

Sapec Agro, S.A.

Rua Victor Cordon, 19

PT-1200-482 Lisboa

Tel.: (351-21) 322 27 49

Fax: (351-21) 322 27 35

cesmeraldo@agro.sapec.pt

SAG-FR

JP Industrie

16 avenue des Chateaupieds

F-92565 Rueil-Malmaison

Téléphone (33) 155 47 96 60

Télécopieur (33) 155 47 96 69

service.client@jp-industrie.com

SAM-FR

Samabiol SA

La Grande Marine

F-84800 Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Téléphone (33) 490 21 44 44

Télécopieur (33) 490 38 10 55

samabiol@samabiol.com

SAP-FR

Saphyr

ZI des Terriers

F-06600 Antibes

Téléphone (33) 493 74 73 13

Télécopieur (33) 493 74 82 30

saphyr@rotenone.com

SBS-IT

Serbios S.r.l.

VIA E.FERMI, 112

I-45021 Badia Polesine (RO)

Tel. (39) 0425 59 06 22

Fax (39) 0425 59 08 76

info@serbios.it

SDQ-ES

Sociedad Española de Desarrollos Químicos, SA (SEDQ)

Avenida Diagonal, 352, entresuelo

E-08013 Barcelona

Tel. (34) 934 58 40 00

Fax (34) 934 58 40 07

jcastella@sedq.es

SEI-NL

Shin-Etsu International Europe B V

World Trade Center Amsterdam

Strawinskylaan B-827

NL-1077 XX Amsterdam

Tel.: (31-20) 662 13 59

Fax: (31-20) 664 90 00

shinint@attglobal.net

SFS-FR

Scotts France SAS

21 chemin de la Sauvegarde

BP 92

F-69136 Écully Cedex

Téléphone (33) 472 86 67 00

Télécopieur (33) 472 86 67 86

nicolas.le-brun-keris@scottsco.com

SHC-FR

SiberHegner & Cie. (France) S.A.

1475 quai du Rhône — BP 266

F-01702 Miribel Cedex

Téléphone (33) 478 55 78 73

Télécopieur (33) 478 55 78 87

thomas.steinmann@SiberHegner.com

SIC-IT

SICIT 2000 S.p.A.

Via Arzignano 80

I-36072 Chiampo (VI)

Tel. (39) 0444 62 31 32

Fax (39) 0444 62 59 03

sicitspa@tin.it

SIP-IT

Sipcam SpA

Via Sempione 195

I-20016 Pero (Milano)

Tel. (39) 02 35 37 84 00

Fax (39) 02 339 02 75

sipcam@sipcam.it

SLY-FR

Solvay SA

12 cours Albert 1er

F-75383 Paris cedex 08

Téléphone (33) 140 75 80 00

Télécopieur (33) 142 89 12 57

frederik.degraeve@Solvay.com

SML-GB

M/s Sulphur Mills Limited

C/o Unity Garments Ltd

Unity House, Fletcher Street

Bolton BL36 N3

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1204) 49 73 78

Fax (44-1204) 49 73 78

sml@sulphurmills.com

SOL-GB

Solvay Interox Ltd

PO Box 7

Warrington WA4 6HB

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1925) 64 35 12

Fax (44-1925) 65 58 56

tom.candy@solvay.com

SOX-GB

Sorex Limited

St Michael's Industrial Estate

Widnes WA8 8TJ

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-151) 420-7151

Fax (44-151) 495-1163

rogers@sorex.com

SPL-GB

Sphere Laboratories (London) Ltd

The Yews

Main Street

Chilton OX11 0RZ

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1235) 83 18 02

Fax (44-1235) 83 38 96

bobn@jrfint.demon.co.uk

SPU-DE

Spiess-Urania Chemicals GmbH

Heidenkampsweg 77

D-20097 Hamburg

Tel.: (49) 4023 65 20

Fax: (49) 4023 65 22 80

mail@spiess-urania.com

STG-GB

Stephenson Group Limited

PO Box 305

Listerhills Road

Bradford BD7 1HY

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1274) 72 38 11

Fax (44-1274) 37 01 08

ssc@stephensongroup.co.uk

STI-IT

S.T.I. — Solfotecnica Italiana S.p.A.

Via Evangelista Torricelli, 2

I-48010 Cotignola (RA)

Tel. (39) 0545 99 24 55

Fax (39) 0545 90 82 87

aamenta@solfotecnica.com

SUM-FR

Valent BioSciences

Parc d'affaires de Crécy

2 rue Claude-Chappe

F-69370 Saint-Didier-au-Mont-d'Or

Téléphone (33) 478 64 32 60

Télécopieur (33) 478 47 70 05

denise.munday@valentbiosciences.ch

SUN-BE

Sun Oil Company Belgium NV

Ingberthoeveweg 4

B-2630 Aartselaar

Tel.: (32-3) 458 12 30

Fax: (31-3) 458 14 78

info@sunoco.be

SYN-GB

Syngenta

European Regional Centre

Surrey Research Park, Priestley Road

Guildford GU2 7YH

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1483) 26 02 40

Fax (44-1483) 26 00 19

simon.baker@syngenta.com

TAE-DE

Earth BioScience, Inc. (formerly Taensa, Inc.)

c/o Bayer AG

Agricultural Centre Monheim

D-51368 Leverkusen

dhd@dhd-consulting.de

TBE-ES

Tratamientos Bio-Ecológicos, SA

Polígono Industrial Los Urreas, 31

E-30730 San Javier (Murcia)

Tel. (34) 968 57 20 04

Fax (34) 968 19 22 51

trabe1@telefonica.net

TEM-DE

Temmen GmbH

Ankerstraße 74

D-65795 Hattersheim

Tel.: (49) 6145 99 19-0

Fax: (49) 6145 99 19-19

temmen@aol.com

TOM-FR

Arysta Paris SAS

18 avenue de l'Opéra

F-75001 Paris

Téléphone (33) 142 96 14 56

Télécopieur (33) 142 97 52 91

oudar@par.tomen.co.uk

TOT-FR

Total Solvants

51 esplanade du Général-de-Gaulle

La Défense 10

F-92069 Paris-La Défense

Téléphone (33) 141 35 59 83

Télécopieur (33) 141 35 51 34

christian.varescon@totalfinaelf.com

TRD-FR

La Toulousaine de Recherche et de Développement

Zone industrielle de Pompignal

F-31190 Miremont

Téléphone (33) 561 50 61 58

Télécopieur (33) 561 50 84 42

anne.paulhe@latoulousaine.fr

TRF-DE

Trifolio-M GmbH

Sonnenstraße 22

D-35633 Lahnau

Tel.: (49) 6441 631 14

Fax: (49) 6441 646 50

info@trifolio-m.de

UPL-GB

United Phosphorus Ltd

Chadwick House

Birchwood Park

Warrington XWA3 6AE

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-1925) 85 90 09

Fax (44-1925) 85 19 51

julie@uplukreg.demon.co.uk

VAL-IT

Valagro S.p.A.

Zona Industriale

I-66040 Piazzano di Atessa — Chieti

Tel. (39) 0872 88 11

Fax (39) 0872 88 13 95

o.larocca@valagro.com

VIO-GR

Vioryl S.A.

36 Viltaniotis St.

Kato Kifissia

GR-145 64 Athens

Τηλ.: (30) 210-807 46 03

Φαξ: (30) 210-807 46 81

vioryl@vioryl.gr

VIT-GB

Vitax Ltd

Owen Street

Coalville LE67 3DE

United Kingdom

Tel. (44-530) 51 00 60

Fax (44-530) 51 02 99

tech@vitax.co.uk

VRA-FI

Verdera Oy

P.O. Box 330

Porkkalankatu 3

FI-00101 Helsinki

Tel. (358) 10 86 15 11

Fax (358) 108 62 11 26

maiju.heith@kemira.com

XED-FR

Xeda International SA

2 ZA de la Crau

F-13670 Saint-Andiol

Téléphone (33) 490 90 23 23

Télécopieur (33) 490 90 23 20

xeda.int@wanadoo.fr

XOM-FR

ExxonMobil

2 rue des Martinets

F-92500 Rueil-Malmaison

Téléphone (33) 147 10 60 00

Télécopieur (33) 147 10 66 03

olivier.traversaz@exxonmobil.com

ZOL-IT

Zolfital SpA

Via di S. Teresa 23

I-00198 Roma RM

Tel. (39) 06 854 10 96

Fax (39) 06 854 31 49

zolfital@tin.it


ANNEX III

Co-ordinating authority in the Member States (more details are available at the following webside: http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/food/fs/ph_ps/pro/index_en.htm)

 

AUSTRIA

Bundesamt für Ernährungssicherheit

Landwirtschaftliche Untersuchungen und Forschung Wien

Spargelfeldstraße 191

A-1220 Wien

 

BELGIUM

Service public fédéral Santé publique, Sécurité de la Chaîne alimentaire et Alimentation

Direction-générale Animaux, Végétaux et Alimentation

Centre administratif de l'État, bâtiment Arcades

B-1010 Bruxelles

 

CYPRUS

Ministry of Agriculture,

Natural resources and Environment

Department of Agriculture

Loukis Akritas Ave.

1412 Lefkosia

 

CZECH REPUBLIC

State Phytosanitary Administration,

PPP Division

Zemědělská 1A

61300 Brno

 

DENMARK

Ministry of Environment and Energy

Danish Environmental Protection Agency

Pesticide Division

Strandgade 29

DK-1401 Copenhagen K

 

ESTONIA

Estonian Plant Production Inspectorate

Plant Protection Department

Teaduse 2

75501 Saku

Harju Country

Estonia

 

FINLAND

Plant Production Inspection Centre

Pesticide Division

P.O. BOX 42

FI-00501 Helsinki

 

FRANCE

Ministère de l’agriculture, de l’alimentation, de la pêche et des affaires rurales

Sous direction de la qualité et de la protection des végétaux

Bureau de la réglementation et de la mise sur le marché des intrans

251, rue de Vaugirard

F-75732 Paris Cedex 15

 

GERMANY

Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit (BVL)

Abteilung 2, Pflanzenschutzmittel

Dienststelle Braunschweig

Messeweg 11—12

D-38104 Braunschweig

 

GREECE

Hellenic Republic

Ministry of Agriculture

General Directorate of Plant Produce

Directorate of Plant Produce Protection

Department of Pesticides

3-4 Hippokratous Street

GR-10164 Athens

 

HUNGARY

Central Service for Plant Protection and Soil conservation

Budaörsi út 141–145.

1118 Budapest

 

IRELAND

Pesticide Control Service

Department of Agriculture and Food

Abbotstown Laboratory Complex

Abbotstown, Castleknock

IRL-Dublin 15

 

ITALY

Ministero della Salute

Direzione Generale della Sanità Pubblica Veterinaria, degli Alimenti e della Nutrizione

Piazza G. Marconi, 25

I-00144 Roma

 

LATVIA

State Plant Protection Service

Plant Protection Department

Republikas laukums 2,

Riga, LV-1981

Latvia

 

LITHUANIA

State Plant Protection Service

Kalvarijų 62

09304 Vilnius

Lithuania

 

LUXEMBOURG

Administration des Services Techniques de l’Agriculture

Service de la protection des Végétaux

Boîte postale 1904

16, route d’Esch

L-1019 Luxembourg

 

MALTA

Ministry for rural Affairs & The Environment

Plant Health Department

Plant Biotechnology Centre

Annibale Preca Street

 

NETHERLANDS

College voor de Toelating van Bestrijdingsmiddelen

PO Box 217

NL-6700 AE Wageningen

 

POLAND

Ministerstwo Rolnictwa i Rozwoju Wsi

Departament Hodowli i Ochrony Roślin

ul. Wspólna 30

00-930 Warszawa

 

PORTUGAL

Direcção-Geral de Protecção das Culturas,

Quinta do Marquês

P-2780 Oeiras

 

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Ministry of Agriculture of the Slovak Republic,

Plant Commodities Department

Dobrovičova 12

81266 Bratislava

 

SLOVENIA

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food,

Phytosanitary Administration Republic of Slovenia

6 Einspielerjeva,

SI-1000 Ljubljana

 

SPAIN

Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación

Dirección General de Agricultura

Subdirección General de Medios de Producción Agrícolas

Avda. Alfonso XII, 62

E-28014 Madrid

 

SWEDEN

The Swedish Chemicals Inspectorate, KemI

P.O. Box 2

SE-172 13 Sundbyberg

 

UNITED KINGDOM

Pesticides Safety Directorate

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mallard House,

Kings Pool,

3 Peasholme Green,

York, YO1 7PX


ANNEX IV

Organisations in the Member States to be contacted concerning further details on the payment of the fees referred to in Article 30 and to which such fees have to be paid

 

AUSTRIA

Bundesamt für Ernährungssicherheit

Landwirtschaftliche Untersuchungen und Forschung Wien

Spargelfeldstraße 191

A-1220 Wien

 

BELGIUM

Fonds budgétaire des matières premières et des produits

Service public fédéral Santé publique, Sécurité de la Chaîne alimentaire et Alimentation

Direction-générale Animaux, Végétaux et Alimentation

Centre administratif de l'État, bâtiment Arcades

B-1010 Bruxelles

 

CYPRUS

Ministry of Agriculture,

Natural resources and Environment

Department of Agriculture

Loukis Akritas Ave.

1412 Lefkosia

 

CZECH REPUBLIC

State Phytosanitary Administration,

PPP Division

Zemědělská 1A

61300 Brno

 

DENMARK

Ministry of Environment and Energy

Danish Environmental Protection Agency

Strandgade 29

DK-1401 Copenhagen K

 

ESTONIA

Estonian Plant Production Inspectorate

Plant Protection Department

Teaduse 2

75501 Saku

Harju Country

Estonia

 

FINLAND

Plant Production Inspection Centre

Pesticide Division

PO BOX 42

FI-00501 Helsinki

Bank and account:

Nordea Bank

Account: 166030-101330

IBAN: FI3716603000101330

SWIFT: NDEAFIHH

FI-00501 Helsinki

 

FRANCE

Ministère de l’Agriculture et de la Pêche

Bureau de la Réglementation des Produits antiparasitaires — 251 rue de Vaugirard

F-75732 Paris Cedex 15

 

GERMANY

Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit (BVL)

Abteilung 2, Pflanzenschutzmittel

Dienststelle Braunschweig

Messeweg 11—12

D-38104 Braunschweig

 

GREECE

Hellenic Republic

Ministry of Agriculture

General Directorate of Plant Produce

Directorate of Plant Produce Protection

Department of Pesticides

3-4 Hippokratous Street

GR-10164 Athens

 

HUNGARY

Central Service for Plant Protection and Soil conservation

Budaörsi út 141–145.

1118 Budapest

 

IRELAND

Pesticide Control Service

Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development

Abbotstown Laboratory Complex

Abbotstown, Castleknock

IRL-Dublin 15

 

ITALY

Tesoreria Provinciale dello Stato di Viterbo

N. di conto corrente postale n. 52744570

IBAN: IT 43

CIN: E

BIC: BPPIITRRXXX

ABI: 7601

CAB: 14500

 

LATVIA

State Plant Protection Service

Plant Protection Department

Republikas laukums 2,

Riga, LV-1981

Latvia

 

LITHUANIA

State Plant Protection Service

Kalvarijų 62

09304 Vilnius

Lithuania

 

LUXEMBOURG

Administration des Services Techniques de l’Agriculture

Boîte postale 1904

L-1019 Luxembourg

 

MALTA

Ministry for rural Affairs & The Environment

Plant Health Department

Plant Biotechnology Centre

Annibale Preca Street

 

THE NETHERLANDS

College voor de Toelating van Bestrijdingsmiddelen

PO Box 217

NL-6700 AE Wageningen

 

POLAND

Ministerstwo Rolnictwa i Rozwoju Wsi

Departament Hodowli i Ochrony Roślin

ul. Wspólna 30

00-930 Warszawa

 

PORTUGAL

Direcção-Geral de Protecção das Culturas,

Quinta do Marquês,

P-2780 OEIRAS

Número de conta: 003505840003800793097

Banco: Caixa Geral de Depósitos

 

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Ministry of Agriculture of the Slovak Republic,

Plant Commodities Department

Dobrovičova 12

81266 Bratislava

 

SLOVENIA

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food,

Phytosanitary Administration Republic of Slovenia

6 Einspielerjeva,

SI-1000 Ljubljana

 

SPAIN

Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación

Dirección General de Agricultura

Subdirección General de Medios de Producción Agrícolas

Avda. Alfonso XII, 62

E-28014 Madrid

 

SWEDEN

The Swedish Chemicals Inspectorate, KemI

P.O. Box 2

SE-172 13 Sundbyberg

National Giro Account: 4465054 – 7

 

UNITED KINGDOM

Pesticides Safety Directorate

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mallard House,

Kings Pool,

3 Peasholme Green,

York, YO1 7PX


ANNEX V

Details to be notified by producers in new Member States

The notification must be made on paper and by e-mail.

The notification shall contain the following information:

1.

IDENTIFICATION DATA ON THE NOTIFIER

1.1.

Manufacturer of the active substance as defined in point (b) of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002 (name, address, including location of plant):

1.2.

Name and address of the producer as defined in point (a) of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1112/2002 including the name of the (natural) person responsible for the notification and further engagements resulting from this Regulation.

1.2.1.

(a)

Telephone No

(b)

Telefax No

(c)

E-Mail Address

1.2.2.

(a)

Contact:

(b)

Alternative:

2.

INFORMATION TO FACILITATE IDENTIFICATION

2.1.

Common name (proposed or ISO-accepted where appropriate) specifying, where relevant, any variants thereof such as salts, esters or amines produced by the manufacturer. For micro-organisms the species, and where relevant, subspecies name

2.2.

Chemical name (IUPAC and CAS nomenclature) (where appropriate).

2.3.

CAS, CIPAC and EEC numbers (if available).

2.4.

Empirical and structural formula, molecular mass (where appropriate).

2.5.

Any other information considered necessary to facilitate identification, for example method of manufacture/extraction or origin of materials from which the substance is manufactured.

2.6.

Specification of purity of the active substance in g/kg or g/l (as appropriate).

3.

FURTHER INFORMATION

3.1.

For each Member State a list of crops/uses for which plant protection products containing the active substance are currently authorised or used.

4.

UNDERTAKING

The notifier undertakes to submit to the designated coordinating authority of the designated rapporteur Member State the dossiers within the time limits provided for in Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 2229/2004.

The notifier declares that he is aware that he will be charged a fee by Member States at the time of the submission of the full dossier.

The notifier confirms that the above information is honest and correct.

The notifier declares that an authorisation by the manufacturer to act as his sole representative for the purpose of complying with this Regulation is enclosed if necessary.

Signature (of the person competent to act for the manufacturer mentioned under 1.1.)


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