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Brazil Bans New Electrical Equipment PCBs

Dec-20-2021 POPs restricted substances in EEE Electrical and electronics

On the 25th of November 2021, the Brazilian National Congress sanctioned a legislation concerning the mandatory controlled disposal of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). Law 14250/2...

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Brazil Chemical Inventory approved by the Environmental Commission

Dec-20-2021 Chemical Category Chemical inventory

The Brazilian Deputies’ Chamber approved Law Bill 6.120/2019, which proposes the creation of a national chemical inventory aimed at consolidating information of chemicals imported into the ...

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Brazil: The National Chemical Inventory is a step ahead

May-30-2021 Chemical inventory risk management

The Law Bill 6.120/2019 is in possession of the Environment and Sustainable Development Commission (CMADS) of the Deputies’ Chamber since early December 2019, aiming to create the National Inven...

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ANVISA proposes to update methodologies on agrochemical residues 

Apr-03-2021 Risk assessment

On April 8, 2021, the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) opened a public consultation on the criteria for conducting Pesticide Residue Studies and for the es...

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Brazil: The National Inventory of Chemical Substances is a step ahead

Mar-31-2021 Chemical inventory Chemical notification/ registration Brazil

The Law Bill 6.120/2019 is in possession of the Environment and Sustainable Development Commission (CMADS) of the Deputies’ Chamber since early December 2019, aiming to create the National Inven...

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Brazil: Pesticide revision in process

Mar-31-2021

Brazil is the world’s largest user of pesticides and has been the market for many agrochemical companies. The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA), ...

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Brazil: WTO Notification and public consultation for diverse chemical substances

Feb-20-2021

The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) has been submitting several proposals of the country’s agrochemical standards to the WTO in February. All of the modification proposals are op...

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