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This directive outlines the requirements for the registration of microbial pest control agents and products proposed for pest management in Canada at this time.
The purpose of this document is to outline the current toxicological data requirements for chemical pest control products in Canada.
The purpose of this Directive is to inform registrants, user groups, and other stakeholders about the Pest Management Regulatory Agency's strategy for the implementation of the Federal Government's Toxic Substances Management Policy (TSMP) for products regulated under the Pest Control Products Act.
The purpose of this regulatory directive is to advise registrants and other interested groups and agencies of revisions to Regulatory Directive Dir93-16, Registration Requirements for Electrical Devices Intended for the Control of Flying Insect Pests. This revised regulatory directive more accurately reflects the current regulatory status of this type of control product.
The purpose of this document is to communicate a revised procedure for amending the Product Register to reflect a change in a registrant's name or a change in registrant.
Disposal statements for commercial and restricted class control product containers used in agricultural and non-crop land sites have been revised in consultation with the Crop Protection Institute and the Federal/Provincial/Territory Committee on Pest Management and Pesticides. These statements are applicable to specific, defined container types and reflect the unique disposal requirements associated with each type.
The aim of the regulation of pest control products is to ensure that pest control products offered for sale and use in Canada are safe to use, effective, and provide a demonstrated benefit or value. Value assessment is an important element of the pre-market evaluation of pest control products. Value assessments, as conducted by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA), consist of three components: assessments of efficacy, of economic benefits and competitiveness, and of a pest control product's contribution to sustainability.
This regulatory directive outlines the Pest Management Regulatory Agency's (PMRA) re-evaluation program. It applies to technical active ingredients as well as to active ingredients in end-use products registered prior to December 31, 1994. The re-evaluation will include all end-use products associated with an active ingredient.
The purpose of this Regulatory Directive is to inform registrants, other interested parties and agencies about registration requirements for adjuvant products.
The purpose of this document is to inform pesticide registrants and other interested groups and agencies about the current regulatory status of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's) under the authority of the Pest Control Products Act.