What is the EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a functional department of the US government. It is mainly responsible for Environmental Protection, including the Protection of air quality, water, soil, plants and animals. The EPA enforces the law under Title 40 (40 CFR), United States Code.
As more and more products such as insecticides, antibacterial agents and pesticides are used in People's Daily life and production, these active agents and devices are bound to have a certain impact on the environment (including water, soil, plants and animals, etc.). The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) has been used with The formulation of The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act by The EPA in order to provide better management of Insecticide, antimicrobial and Insecticide products. Products regulated by the Act include devices (which work by means of physical principles) and active agents (various chemical components). Disinfectants and disinfectants used on surfaces are among them.
EPA Certification Process
For products regulated under the FIFRA act, distributors and manufacturers must be registered with the EPA. Among them, the U.S. distributor needs to obtain the Company Number or EPA Register Number, and any factory that manufactures and distributes these devices or surfactants must obtain the EPA Establishment Number. A company number or registration number may be associated with more than one firm.
The relevant Number must be marked on the outer packing with EPA Establishment Number. Also, packaging and labeling should meet the requirements of EPA regulations.
Any plant registered with the EPA must report its sales volume for the previous year, including specific product categories, models and quantities sold, to the AGENCY by March 1 of each year. The first registered manufacturer, within one month after acquiring the EPA firm, must submit the previous year's sales situation to the EPA.
For fungicides, pesticides and other products, if the active ingredients that have not been approved by THE EPA are applicable, relevant data must be submitted to the EPA to prove the safety of the active ingredients to the link. At the same time, the labeling of such products must be filed with the EPA.
Antiseptic wipes and disinfectants used on surfaces are required to be certified and registered by the EPA before entering the United States. Disinfecting wipes and disinfectants belong to the registration of antibacterial pesticides certified by EPA in the United States. Our company is specialized in EPA registration for many years
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