Pesticide Registration Fees
The Pesticide Registration Improvement Act (PRIA) of 2003 (PDF) establishes pesticide registration service fees for registration actions in three pesticide program divisions: Antimicrobials, Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention, and the Registration Divisions. PRIA also requires EPA to publish an annual report describing actions taken under PRIA during the past fiscal year. PRIA annual reports include a review of the progress made in carrying out the Agency’s obligations under the Act, a description of the staffing and resources associated with the review of and decision-making on applications, and a review of its progress in meeting the reregistration and tolerance reassessment timeline requirements.
EPA issues annual reports describing activities and accomplishments relating to pesticides. Report content varies by year, but in general reports cover core topics such as science and research, reregistration and tolerances, outreach and education, international coordination, also special coverage areas, for example administration initiatives. The purpose of this page is provide a single resource where the public and other interested parties can find out information about our pesticide activities each year.
Note: This information is provided for reference purposes only. Although the information provided here was accurate and current when first created, it is now outdated.
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- Office of Pesticide Programs Annual Report 2006 (21 pages, 875 Kb)
- Excerpt from Report
- Fiscal Year 2006 New Chemical Registrations
- Office of Pesticide Programs Annual Report 2005 (36 pages, 420 Kb)
- Office of Pesticide Programs Annual Report 2004
- Report on 2003 Activities of the Environmental Stewardship Branch
- Office of Pesticide Programs Annual Report 2003