All biocidal products must comply with certain regulatory provisions before being placed on the European market (Biocidal Products Regulation 528/2012). They depend on the status of the active substance, the type of product and the Member State(s) in which the biocidal product will be made available.
Anticipating the different steps to be taken before submitting a dossier is therefore essential to control your strategy for placing a biocidal product on the market.
For this webinar, we will take the practical case of the active substance ‘active chlorine generated from sodium chloride by electrolysis’, which will soon be approved at European level, for product type 1 (human hygiene - skin disinfection) , for product types 2 and 4 (surface disinfection), for product type 3 (veterinary use) and product type 5 (disinfection of drinking water).
We will present a strategy for biocidal products’ family dossier with active chlorine generated by electrolysis for PT1, 2 and 4.
Regulatory toxicologist -
REACH & biocides
Gwenaëlle holds a engineering degree specialised in toxicoolgy and risk assessment. After a first experience with French authorities, she joined EcoMundo as regulatory toxicologist to carry out REACH and biocides projects.
Strategy & Projects
Environmental engineer who graduated from the Paris engineer school of Mines, Fang joined EcoMundo in 2009 to bring his expertise on regulatory projects. He currently holds the position of Strategy and Projects Director.