Регламент N 649/2012 Европейского парламента и Совета Европейского Союза «Об экспорте и импорте опасных химикатов (в новой редакции)» [рус., англ.] Часть 9

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Article 24

The budget of the Agency

 

  1. For the purposes of this Regulation, the revenues of the Agency shall consist of:

(a) a subsidy from the Union, entered in the general budget of the Union (Commission Section);

(b) any voluntary contribution from the Member States.

  1. Revenues and expenditure for activities under this Regulation and those relating to activities under other Regulations shall be dealt with separately, through different sections in the Agency’s budget.

The revenues of the Agency referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used for carrying out its tasks under this Regulation.

  1. The Commission shall examine whether it is appropriate for the Agency to charge a fee for the services provided to exporters within five years of 1 March 2014 and, if necessary, submit a relevant proposal.

 

Article 25

Formats and software for submission of information to the Agency

 

The Agency shall specify formats and software packages and make them available free of charge on its website for any submission of information to the Agency. Member States and other parties subject to this Regulation shall use those formats and packages in their submissions to the Agency pursuant to this Regulation.

 

Article 26

Exercise of the delegation

  1. The power to adopt delegated acts is conferred on the Commission subject to the conditions laid down in this Article.
  2. The power to adopt delegated acts referred to in Article 23(4) shall be conferred on the Commission for a period of five years from 1 March 2014. The Commission shall draw up a report in respect of the delegation of power not later than nine months before the end of the five-year period. The delegation of power shall be tacitly extended for periods of an identical duration, unless the European Parliament or the Council opposes such extension no later than three months before the end of each period.
  3. The delegation of power referred to in Article 23(4) may be revoked at any time by the European Parliament or by the Council. A decision to revoke shall put an end to the delegation of the power specified in that decision. It shall take effect the day following the publication of the decision in the Official Journal of the European Union or at a later date specified therein. It shall not affect the validity of any delegated acts already in force.
  4. As soon as it adopts a delegated act, the Commission shall notify it simultaneously to the European Parliament and to the Council.
  5. A delegated act adopted pursuant to Article 23(4) shall enter into force only if no objection has been expressed either by the European Parliament or the Council within a period of two months of notification of that act to the European Parliament and the Council or if, before the expiry of that period, the European Parliament and the Council have both informed the Commission that they will not object. That period shall be extended by two months at the initiative of the European Parliament or of the Council.

 

Article 27

Committee procedure

  1. The Commission shall be assisted by the committee established by Article 133 of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. That committee shall be a committee within the meaning of Regulation (EU) No 182/2011.
  2. Where reference is made to this paragraph, Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 shall apply.

 

Article 28

Penalties

Member States shall lay down the rules on penalties applicable to infringements of the provisions of this Regulation and shall take all measures necessary to ensure correct implementation of these provisions. The penalties provided for must be effective, proportionate and dissuasive. If they have not already done so before the entry into force of this Regulation, Member States shall notify those provisions to the Commission by 1 March 2014 and shall notify it without delay of any subsequent amendment affecting them.

 

Article 29

Transitional period on the classification, labelling and packaging of chemicals

 

References in this Regulation to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 shall be construed, where appropriate, as references to the Union legislation which applies by virtue of Article 61 of that Regulation and in accordance with the timetable set out therein.

 

Article 30

Repeal

Regulation (EC) No 689/2008 shall be repealed with effect from 1 March 2014.

References to Regulation (EC) No 689/2008 shall be construed as references to this Regulation and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table in Annex VII.

 

Article 31

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

It shall apply from 1 March 2014.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

 

Annex I

LIST OF CHEMICALS (REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 7)

Part 1

List of chemicals subject to export notification procedure (referred to in Article 8)

 

It should be noted that where chemicals listed in this part of the Annex are subject to the PIC procedure, the export notification obligations set out in Article 8(2), (3) and (4) shall not apply provided that the conditions laid down in points (b) and (c) of the first subparagraph of Article 8(6) have been fulfilled. Such chemicals, which are identified by the symbol «#» in the list below, are listed again in Part 3 of this Annex for ease of reference.

It should also be noted that where the chemicals listed in this part of the Annex qualify for PIC notification because of the nature of the Union’s final regulatory action, those chemicals are also listed in Part 2 of this Annex. Such chemicals are identified by the symbol «+» in the list below.

Chemical CAS No Einecs No CN code Subcategory <1> Use limitation <2> Countries for which no notification is required
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 200-756-3 2903 19 10 i(2) b
1,2-Dibromoethane (Ethylene dibromide) <#> 106-93-4 203-444-5 2903 31 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
1,2-Dichloroethane (ethylene dichloride) <#> 107-06-2 203-458-1 2903 15 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
i(2) b
Cis-1,3-dichloropropene ((1Z)-1,3-dichloroprop-1-ene) 10061-01-5 233-195-8 2903 29 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
1,3-dichloropropene <3> <+> 542-75-6 208-826-5 2903 29 00 p(1) b
2-aminobutane 13952-84-6 237-732-7 2921 19 80 p(1) — p(2) b-b
2-Naphthylamine (naphthalen-2-amine) and its salts <+> 91-59-8, 553-00-4, 612-52-2 and others 202-080-4, 209-030-0, 210-313-6 and others 2921 45 00 i(1) b
i(2) b
2-Naphthyloxyacetic acid 120-23-0 204-380-0 2918 99 90 p(1) b
2,4,5-T and its salts and esters <#> 93-76-5 and others 202-273-3 and others 2918 91 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
4-Aminobiphenyl (biphenyl-4-amine) and its salts <+> 92-67-1, 2113-61-3 and others 202-177-1 and others 2921 49 80 i(1) b
i(2) b
4-Nitrobiphenyl <+> 92-93-3 202-204-7 2904 20 00 i(1) b
i(2) b
Acephate <+> 30560-19-1 250-241-2 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Acifluorfen 50594-66-6 256-634-5 2916 39 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Alachlor <+> 15972-60-8 240-110-8 2924 29 95 p(1) b
Aldicarb <+> 116-06-3 204-123-2 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) sr-b
Ametryn 834-12-8 212-634-7 2933 69 80 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Amitraz <+> 33089-61-1 251-375-4 2925 29 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Anthraquinone <+> 84-65-1 201-549-0 2914 61 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Arsenic compounds p(2) sr
Asbestos Fibres <+>: 1332-21-4 and others Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Crocidolite <#> 12001-28-4 2524 10 00 i b
Amosite <#> 12172-73-5 2524 90 00 i b
Antophyllite <#> 77536-67-5 2524 90 00 i b
Actinolite <#> 77536-66-4 2524 90 00 i b
Tremolite <#> 77536-68-6 2524 90 00 i b
Chrysotile <+> 12001-29-5 or 132207-32-0 2524 90 00 i b
Atrazine <+> 1912-24-9 217-617-8 2933 69 10 p(1) b
Azinphos-ethyl 2642-71-9 220-147-6 2933 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Azinphos-methyl <+> 86-50-0 201-676-1 2933 99 80 p(1) b
Azocyclotin <+> 41083-11-8 255-209-1 2933 99 80 p(1) b
Benfuracarb <+> 82560-54-1 2932 99 00 p(1) b
Bensultap 17606-31-4 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Benzene <5> 71-43-2 200-753-7 2902 20 00 i(2) sr
Benzidine and its salts <+> 92-87-5, 36341-27-2 and others 202-199-1, 252-984-8 and others 2921 59 90 i(1) — i(2) sr-b
Benzidine derivatives <+> i(2) b
Bifenthrin 82657-04-3 2916 20 00 p(1) b
Binapacryl <#> 485-31-4 207-612-9 2916 19 50 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
i(2) b
Bitertanol <+> 55179-31-2 259-513-5 2933 99 80 p(1) b
Butralin <+> 33629-47-9 251-607-4 2921 49 00 p(1) b
Cadmium and its compounds 7440-43-9 and others 231-152-8 and others 8107

3206 49 30 and others

i(1) sr
Cadusafos <+> 95465-99-9 n.a. 2930 90 85 p(1) b
Calciferol 50-14-6 200-014-9 2936 29 90 p(1) b
Captafol <#> 2425-06-1 219-363-3 2930 50 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Carbaryl <+> 63-25-2 200-555-0 2924 29 95 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Carbofuran <+> 1563-66-2 216-353-0 2932 99 85 p(1) b
Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 200-262-8 2903 14 00 i(2) b
Carbosulfan <+> 55285-14-8 259-565-9 2932 99 85 p(1) b
Cartap 15263-53-3 2930 20 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Chinomethionat 2439-01-2 219-455-3 2934 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Chlorate <+> 7775-09-9 231-887-4 2829 11 00 p(1) b
10137-74-3 233-378-2 2829 19 00
7783-92-8 and others 232-034-9 2843 29 00
Chlordimeform <#> 6164-98-3 228-200-5 2925 21 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Chlorfenapyr <+> 122453-73-0 2933 99 90 p(1) b
Chlorfenvinphos 470-90-6 207-432-0 2919 90 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Chlormephos 24934-91-6 246-538-1 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Chlorobenzilate <#> 510-15-6 208-110-2 2918 18 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Chloroform 67-66-3 200-663-8 2903 13 00 i(2) b
Chlorthal-dimethyl <+> 1861-32-1 217-464-7 2917 39 95 p(1) b
Chlozolinate <+> 84332-86-5 282-714-4 2934 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Cholecalciferol 67-97-0 200-673-2 2936 29 90 p(1) b
Cinidon-ethyl <+> 142891-20-1 n.a. 2925 19 95 p(1) b
Coumafuryl 117-52-2 204-195-5 2932 29 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Creosote and creosote related substances 8001-58-9 232-287-5 2707 91 00
61789-28-4 263-047-8
84650-04-4 283-484-8 3807 00 90
90640-84-9 292-605-3
65996-91-0 266-026-1 i(2) b
90640-80-5 292-602-7
65996-85-2 266-019-3
8021-39-4 232-419-1
122384-78-5 310-191-5
Crimidine 535-89-7 208-622-6 2933 59 95 p(1) b
Cyanamide <+> 420-04-2 206-992-3 2853 00 90 p(1) b
Cyanazine 21725-46-2 244-544-9 2933 69 80 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Cyclanilide <+> 113136-77-9 419-150-7 2924 29 98 p(1) b
Cyfluthrin 68359-37-5 269-855-7 2926 90 95 p(1) b
Cyhalothrine 68085-85-8 268-450-2 2926 90 95 p(1) b
Cyhexatin <+> 13121-70-5 236-049-1 2931 90 90 p(1) b
DBB (Di—oxo-di-n-butylstannio- hydroxyborane/dioxastannaboretan-4-ol) 75113-37-0 401-040-5 2931 00 95 i(1) b
Diazinon <+> 333-41-5 206-373-8 2933 59 10 p(1) b
Dichlobenil <+> 1194-65-6 214-787-5 2926 90 95 p(1) b
Dicloran <+> 99-30-9 202-746-4 2921 42 00 p(1) b
Dichlorvos <+> 62-73-7 200-547-7 2919 90 90 p(1) b
Dicofol <+> 115-32-2 204-082-0 2906 29 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Dicofol containing < 78% p, p’-Dicofol or 1 g/kg of DDT and DDT related compounds <+> 115-32-2 204-082-0 2906 29 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Didecyldimethylammonium chloride 7173-51-5 230-525-2 2923 90 00 p(1) b
Dimethenamid <+> 87674-68-8 n.a. 2934 99 90 p(1) b
Diniconazole-M <+> 83657-18-5 n.a. 2933 99 80 p(1) b
Dinitro-ortho-cresol (DNOC) and its salts (such as ammonium salt, potassium salt and sodium salt) <#> 534-52-1 208-601-1 2908 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
2980-64-5 221-037-0
5787-96-2
2312-76-7 219-007-7
Dinobuton 973-21-7 213-546-1 2920 90 10 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Dinoseb and its salts and esters <+> 88-85-7 and others 201-861-7 and others 2908 91 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
2915 36 00 i(2) b
Dinoterb <+> 1420-07-1 215-813-8 2908 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Diphenylamine 122-39-4 204-539-4 2921 44 00 p(1) b
Dustable powder formulations containing a combination of: 3808 99 90 Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Benomyl at or above 7% 17804-35-2 241-775-7 2933 99 90 p(1) b
Carbofuran at or above 10% 1563-66-2 216-353-0 2932 99 85 p(2) b
and Thiram at or above 15% <#> 137-26-8 205-286-2 2930 30 00
Endosulfan <+> 115-29-7 204-079-4 2920 90 85 p(1) b
Ethalfluralin <+> 55283-68-6 259-564-3 2921 43 00 p(1) b
Ethion 563-12-2 209-242-3 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Ethoxysulfuron <+> 126801-58-9 n.a. 2933 59 95 p(1) b
Ethoxyquin <+> 91-53-2 202-075-7 2933 49 90 p(1) b
Ethylene oxide (Oxirane) <#> 75-21-8 200-849-9 2910 10 00 p(1) b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Fenarimol <+> 60168-88-9 262-095-7 2933 59 95 p(1) b
Fenitrothion <+> 122-14-5 204-524-2 2920 19 00 p(1) b
Fenpropathrin 39515-41-8 254-485-0 2926 90 95 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Fenthion <+> 55-38-9 200-231-9 2930 90 85 p(1) sr
Fentin acetate <+> 900-95-8 212-984-0 2931 00 95 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Fentin hydroxide <+> 76-87-9 200-990-6 2931 00 95 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Fenvalerate 51630-58-1 257-326-3 2926 90 95 p(1) b
Ferbam 14484-64-1 238-484-2 2930 20 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Fluoroacetamide <1> 640-19-7 211-363-1 2924 12 00 p(1) b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Flurenol 467-69-6 207-397-1 2918 19 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Flurprimidol <+> 56425-91-3 n.a. 2933 59 95 p(1) b
Furathiocarb 65907-30-4 265-974-3 2932 99 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Guazatine <+> 108173-90-6

115044-19-4

236-855-3 3808 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 200-666-4 2903 19 80 i(1) sr
Hexazinone 51235-04-2 257-074-4 2933 69 80 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Iminoctadine 13516-27-3 236-855-3 2925 29 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Indolylacetic acid <+> 87-51-4 201-748-2 2933 99 80 p(1) b
Isoxathion 18854-01-8 242-624-8 2934 99 90 p(1) b
Malathion 121-75-5 204-497-7 2930 90 99 p(2) b
(a) Maleic hydrazide, and its salts, other than choline, potassium and sodium salts 123-33-1 204-619-9 2933 99 90 p(1) b
(b) Choline, potassium and sodium salts of maleic hydrazide containing more than 1 mg/kg of free hydrazine expressed on the basis of the acid equivalent 61167-10-0, 51542-52-0, 28330-26-9 257-261-0, 248-972-7 2933 99 90
Mercury compounds, including inorganic mercury compounds, alkyl mercury compounds and alkyloxyalkyl and aryl mercury compounds except mercury compounds listed in Annex V <#> 62-38-4, 26545-49-3 and others 200-532-5, 247-783-7 and others 2852 00 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Metam 144-54-7 205-632-2 2930 20 00 p(1) b
137-42-8 205-239-0
Methamidophos <4> <+> 10265-92-6 233-606-0 2930 50 00 p(1) b
Methamidophos (Soluble liquid formulations of the substance that exceed 600 g active ingredient/l) <#> 10265-92-6 233-606-0 2930 50 00

3808 50 00

p(2) b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Methidathion 950-37-8 213-449-4 2934 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Methomyl 16752-77-5 240-815-0 2930 90 99 p(2) b
Methyl bromide <+> 74-83-9 200-813-2 2903 39 11 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Methyl-parathion <+> <#> 298-00-0 206-050-1 2920 11 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Metoxuron 19937-59-8 243-433-2 2924 21 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Monocrotophos <#> 6923-22-4 230-042-7 2924 12 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Monolinuron 1746-81-2 217-129-5 2928 00 90 p(1) b
Monomethyl-dibromo-diphenyl methane 99688-47-8 402-210-1 2903 69 90 i(1) b
Tradename: DBBT <+>
Monomethyl-Dichloro-Diphenyl methane; 400-140-6 2903 69 90 i(1) — i(2) b-b
Tradename: Ugilec 121 or Ugilec 21 <+>
Monomethyl-Tetrachlorodiphenyl methane; 76253-60-6 278-404-3 2903 69 90 i(1) — i(2) b-b
Tradename: Ugilec 141 <+>
Monuron 150-68-5 205-766-1 2924 21 90 p(1) b
Nicotine <+> 54-11-5 200-193-3 2939 99 00 p(1) b
Nitrofen <+> 1836-75-5 217-406-0 2909 30 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Nonylphenols C6H4(OH)C9H19 <+> 25154-52-3 (phenol, nonyl-), 246-672-0 2907 13 00 i(1) sr
84852-15-3 (phenol, 4-nonyl-, branched) 284-325-5
11066-49-2 (isononylphenol), 234-284-4
90481-04-2, (phenol, nonyl-, branched), 291-844-0
104-40-5(p-nonylphenol) and others 203-199-4 and others
Nonylphenol ethoxylates (C2H4O)nC15H24O <+> 9016-45-9, 26027-38-3, 68412-54-4, 37205-87-1, 127087-87-0 and others 3402 13 00 i(1) sr
p(1) — p(2) b-b
Octabromodiphenyl ether <+> 32536-52-0 251-087-9 2909 30 38 i(1) sr
Omethoate 1113-02-6 214-197-8 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Oxadiargyl <+> 39807-15-3 254-637-6 2934 99 90 p(1) b
Oxydemeton-methyl <+> 301-12-2 206-110-7 2930 90 85 p(1) b
Paraquat <+> 4685-14-7 225-141-7 2933 39 99 p(1) b
1910-42-5 217-615-7
2074-50-2 218-196-3
Parathion <#> 56-38-2 200-271-7 2920 11 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Pebulate 1114-71-2 214-215-4 2930 20 00 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Pentachlorophenol and its salts and esters <#> 87-86-5 and others 201-778-6 and others 2908 11 00

2908 19 00 and others

p(1) — p(2) b-sr Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) C8F17SO2X (X = OH, Metal salt (O-M+), halide, amide, and other derivatives including polymers) <+>/<#> 1763-23-1 217-179-8 2904 90 95 i(1) sr
2795-39-3 220-527-1 2904 90 95
70225-14-8 274-460-8 2922 12 00
56773-42-3 260-375-3 2923 90 00
4151-50-2 223-980-3 2935 00 90
57589-85-2 260-837-4 2924 29 98
68081-83-4

and others

268-357-7 3824 90 97
Permethrin 52645-53-1 258-067-9 2916 20 00 p(1) b
Phosalone <+> 2310-17-0 218-996-2 2934 99 90 p(1) b
Phosphamidon (soluble liquid formulations of the substance that exceed 1 000 g active ingredient/l) <#> 13171-21-6 (mixture, (E) & (Z) isomers) 236-116-5 2924 12 00

3808 50 00

p(1) — p(2) b-b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
23783-98-4 ((Z)-isomer)
297-99-4 ((E)-isomer)
Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) except hexabromo-biphenyl <#> 13654-09-6, 27858-07-7 and others 237-137-2, 248-696-7 and others 2903 69 90 i(1) sr Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCT) <#> 61788-33-8 262-968-2 2903 69 90 i(1) b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Procymidone <+> 32809-16-8 251-233-1 2925 19 95 p(1) b
Propachlor <+> 1918-16-7 217-638-2 2924 29 98 p(1) b
Propanil 709-98-8 211-914-6 2924 29 98 p(1) b
Propham 122-42-9 204-542-0 2924 29 95 p(1) b
Propisochlor <+> 86763-47-5 n.a. 2924 29 98 p(1) b
Pyrazophos <+> 13457-18-6 236-656-1 2933 59 95 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Quintozene <+> 82-68-8 201-435-0 2904 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Rotenone <+> 83-79-4 201-501-9 2932 99 00 p(1) b
Scilliroside 507-60-8 208-077-4 2938 90 90 p(1) b
Simazine <+> 122-34-9 204-535-2 2933 69 10 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Strychnine 57-24-9 200-319-7 2939 99 00 p(1) b
Tecnazene <+> 117-18-0 204-178-2 2904 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Terbufos 13071-79-9 235-963-8 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Tetraethyl lead <#> 78-00-2 201-075-4 2931 00 95 i(1) sr Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Tetramethyl lead <#> 75-74-1 200-897-0 2931 00 95 i(1) sr Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Thallium sulphate 7446-18-6 231-201-3 2833 29 90 p(1) b
Thiobencarb <+> 28249-77-6 248-924-5 2930 20 00 p(1) b
Thiocyclam 31895-22-4 250-859-2 2934 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Thiodicarb <+> 59669-26-0 261-848-7 2930 90 85 p(1) b
Tolylfluanid <+> 731-27-1 211-986-9 2930 90 85 p(1) b
Triazophos 24017-47-8 245-986-5 2933 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
All tributyltin compounds, including: 2931 00 95 p(2) b Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Tributyltin oxide 56-35-9 200-268-0 2931 00 95
Tributyltin fluoride 1983-10-4 217-847-9 2931 00 95
Tributyltin methacrylate 2155-70-6 218-452-4 2931 00 95
Tributyltin benzoate 4342-36-3 224-399-8 2931 00 95
Tributyltin chloride 1461-22-9 215-958-7 2931 00 95
Tributyltin linoleate 24124-25-2 246-024-7 2931 00 95
Tributyltin naphthenate <#> 85409-17-2 287-083-9 2931 00 95
Trichlorfon <+> 52-68-6 200-149-3 2931 00 95 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Tricyclazole <+> 41814-78-2 255-559-5 2934 99 90 p(1) b
Tridemorph 24602-86-6 246-347-3 2934 99 90 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Trifluralin <+> 1582-09-8 216-428-8 2921 43 00 p(1) b
Triorganostannic compounds other than tributyltin compounds <+> 2931 00 95 and others p(2) sr
i(2) sr
Tris (2,3-Dibromopropyl) phosphate <#> 126-72-7 204-799-9 2919 10 00 i(1) sr Please refer to PIC circular at www.pic.int/
Tris-aziridinyl-phosphinoxide (1,1′,1′-phosphoryltriaziridine) <+> 545-55-1 208-892-5 2933 99 90 i(1) sr
Vamidothion 2275-23-2 218-894-8 2930 90 85 p(1) — p(2) b-b
Vinclozolin <+> 50471-44-8 256-599-6 2934 99 90 p(1) b
Warfarin 81-81-2 201-377-6 2932 20 90 p(1) b
Zineb 12122-67-7 235-180-1 2930 20 00 or 3824 90 97 p(1) b
<1> Sub-category: p(1) — pesticide in the group of plant protection products, p(2) — other pesticide including biocides. i(1) — industrial chemical for professional use and i(2) — industrial chemical for public use.

<2> Use limitation: sr — severe restriction, b — ban (for the sub-category or sub-categories concerned) according to Union legislation.

<3> This entry does not affect the existing entry for cis-1,3-dichloropropene (CAS No 10061-01-5).

<4> This entry does not affect the existing entry for soluble liquid formulations of methamidophos that exceed 600 g active ingredient/l.

<5> Except motor fuels subject to Directive 98/70/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 1998 relating to the quality of petrol and diesel fuels (OJ L 350, 28.12.1998, p. 58). CAS No = Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number.

<#> Chemical subject or partially subject to the PIC procedure.

<+> Chemical qualifying for PIC notification.

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