Pesticide Registration Improvement Renewal Act (PRIA 2)
Fee Determination Decision Tree
Note: EPA no longer updates this information, but it may be useful as a reference or resource.
Decision Tree Resources:
Fiscal Year 2011 & 2012
FY11/FY12 Decision Time
|New product; requires amendment to existing inert tolerance exemption (e.g., adding post-harvest use); applicant initiated||
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|Action Code Interpretation:||An application for registration of a new end-use or manufacturing use pesticide product containing an active ingredient that is currently registered in the US for the proposed uses. The proposed formulation contains an inert ingredient that has an exemption from a tolerance and the product’s use will require amending the tolerance exemption of the inert ingredient only. In addition to the request for a pesticide product registration, the application contains a petition to amend the existing exemption(s) from a tolerance for all uses covered by the pending registration application. Appropriate tolerances exist for the active ingredient for the uses proposed in the application.
The request to amend an inert ingredient‘s tolerance exemption must include an application for registration of a new pesticide product. All data (inert ingredient and end use product) and the petition and Notice of Filing (NOF) for the inert ingredient or tolerance exemption must be submitted with the application. If a new product registration is not sought, then the request for food use inert ingredient tolerance falls outside of the scope of PRIA.
Approval of a safener does not fall within this category, but falls within the applicable new active ingredient category.
Inert ingredients are found in section 180.910 – 960 [Note: A number of exemptions have expiration dates.]
All applications require the following:
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