The Pesticide Regulation entered into force on 14 June 2011 and has altered several of the procedures to which applicants and authorities have been accustomed. Active substances are still approved at EU level and products are authorised by individual Member States but the new rules mean, for instance, that the authorisation of plant protection products is now given for one of three geographical zones. Denmark is in the North Zone.
The new regulations will be phased in as existing authorisations will be valid until their expiry date. Several requirements will enter into force at a later date.
This section is an introduction to the requirements for applying for product authorisation in Denmark in accordance with the new EU regulation.
This website is intended only as a guide. Only the legislation itself is legally binding.
Important points - the new Pesticides Regulation
Application form for mutal recognition and zonal applications (word)Pre-notification form for planned zonal applications (word)Guideline on collaboration and in particular re-evaluations ind the North zone
Guidance document on evaluation of efficacy in the North zone
Guidance document on work-sharing in the Northern zone, version 2.0.Guidance document on zonal evaluation and mutal recognition under Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009Application form for parallel trade permits
Pesticide Regulation No 1107/2009Classification Regulation (CLP) No 1272/2008Dangerous Preparation Directive 1999/45Labelling Regulation No 547/2011
Danish legislation can be found at www.retsinfo.dk and www.lovtidende.dk
EU legislation is available at http://eur-lex.europa.eu