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5th International Fresenius Conference "Environmental Risk Assessment of Biocides"

Regulatory Aspects

- ECHA: Latest developments of guidance documents
- Mixture toxicity for product authorisation
- New guidance on substances of concern
- Endocrine Disruptors

Effect/Hazard Assessment

- Technical equivalence Tier II assessment for biocides
- Industry and Member States view on assessment of persistence, bioaccumulation and toxicity (PBT) of biocides
- New guidance on disinfection by-products

Exposure assessment

- Member State experience with product authorisation under the BPR – Challenges on the risk assessment side
- Industry view on challenges in the exposure assessment of biocides
- Use of the new MAMPEC Model for antifoulings
- Working with software COMLEAM: Processes, challenges and advantages for assessments
- Environmental exposure assessment for Veterinary Medicinal Products compared to biocides

Scope

The registration fee includes the following benefits:

- conference participation
- conference documentation
- lunch
- coffee breaks and conference beverages
- the evening event on 23 March 2017

Representatives of an authority or a public university are therefore eligible for a reduced fee of € 795.00 plus VAT per person (please provide evidence). The reduced fee cannot be combined with other rebates.

Group reductions

For joint bookings received from one company we grant a 15 % discount from the third participant onwards (it doesn’t apply for representatives of an authority or a public university).

Event Date: 23-Mar-2017 to 24-Mar-2017
08:30 to 15:30
Event Location: Lindner Congress Hotel Düsseldorf
Lütticher Straße 130
40547 Duesseldorf
Germany
Language: English
Number of participants: 50
Attendance Fee: € 1.795,00 zzgl. MwSt.
Event Organiser: Die Akademie Fresenius GmbH
Frau Rebecca Keuters
Alter Hellweg 46
44379 Dortmund
Germany
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