Endocrine disruptor blog posts

16 April, 2019

The best of SOT - EU assessment of endocrine disrupting chemicals

By Carey Rooks

Did you make it along to this year’s Society of Toxicology (SOT) Annual Meeting? We did, and it proved to be just as interesting and inspiring as previous years. But if you weren’t able to come along - don’t worry.

Here, you’ll find a summary of one of the most popular sessions we hosted. John Carter, Head of Cell and Molecular Sciences and David Myers, Senior Toxicologist at Envigo gave a presentation entitled “Endocrine Disruptor (ED) assessment in the EU: From conceptual framework to reality.” Below you’ll discover key insights and advice they shared with their appreciative audience.

John, David and their teams will be presenting the session in a live webinar on May 15, 2019, in case you missed it. They'll also share some additional informative and thought-provoking case studies. Register for the endocrine disrupting chemicals live webinar.

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12 December, 2018

Are you aware of the new criteria for Endocrine Disruptors?

By Hyacinth Chin Sue

The new EU requirements for endocrine disruptor identification will impact any active ingredients (AIs) going through the renewal process and the industry is expecting a decision very soon.

Read on to find out what these requirements mean and how you can meet them.

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23 April, 2017

Will the proposed ECHA ED guidance disrupt your biocidal and PPP projects?

By David Arrowsmith

Here’s everything you need to answer that vital question. . .

In December 2016, ECHA released details of important new guidance being developed. The guidance covers how to identify substances with endocrine-disrupting (ED) properties, in plant protection and biocidal products.

It is essential to begin by defining the scope of the draft guidance. Here you’ll discover exactly what’s being proposed, and how it could affect your registration.

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