The report published today concludes that processes laid down in the Regulation, such as the active substance approval, product authorisation, or the comparative assessment of biocidal products which aims the phasing-out of dangerous substances where less hazardous alternatives are available, are important contributions to the objective of fostering the sustainable use of biocidal products. The report also concludes that the completion of this on-going assessment of all active substances and the authorisation of biocidal products containing these active substances shall be the main priority in view of promoting the sustainable use of biocidal products.

The report also highlight best practices for the use of biocidal products can also be achieved through the development of appropriate guidance and standards.

See the report.

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