The European Commission has published a Delegated Regulation, 492/2014, which covers the renewal of national authorisations for biocidal products under the Biocidal Products Directive, having been previously subject to mutual recognition.
This requires, amongst other things, applicants to provide “a draft summary of the biocidal product characteristics containing the information required under Article 22(2) of Regulation (EU) No 528/2012, in the official languages of the reference Member State and of the Member States concerned which, where relevant, may differ between Member States in accordance with Article 1(3) of this Regulation”, which would include identification of the biocidal active substance(s), and all relevant compositional data. If data is to be recognised by mutual recognition, we would expect that the methodology used to produce such data be produced using an accredited test method, which would be recognised across all signatories of the ILAC convention.
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