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CEHTRA is an independent consultancy specialising in global chemical regulation and risk assessment, with offices in France, Belgium, UK, India and Canada. The company has specialists in toxicology, ecotoxicology, environmental and analytical chemistry, industrial hygiene, human and environmental exposure.

With in-depth experience supporting biocide active substances and products, CEHTRA experts have been involved in the preparation of over 30 active substance approval dossiers (ca. 10% of total existing active substances supported under the Review Programme) and the submission of biocidal product authorisation applications under the EU BPR and existing global national schemes.

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Steptoe & Johnson LLP has an internationally respected practice in the field of antimicrobial and biocide regulation covering the United States, the European Union, and China. Pesticides have been a principle focus of the practice for more than 25 years, with a particular emphasis on antimicrobials and biocides.

Steptoe’s multi-disciplinary team brings together legal, regulatory, and scientific specialists to efficiently deliver the broad range of services needed to be effective in this complex area. The firm has more than 500 lawyers and other professionals in offices in Beijing, Brussels, Century City, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, New York, Palo Alto, Phoenix, and Washington.

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European biocides information network (EBIN) is a network initiative operated by CW Research Ltd in cooperation with the Austrian Ministry for Environment and other supporters. It has been developed to primarily serve small and medium enterprises, but also industry and authorities.

EBIN is updated on a regular basis and serves as a time saving one-stop-shop platform with pre-selected and commented hyperlinks, articles and documents. Its main focus is to keep the structure as lean as possible to enable a fast overview. Thanks to the commitment of the sponsors of this project EBIN provides free password protected access to this source of information for all interested parties.

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