Label Review Training: Module 1: Label Basics, Page 24
Section 6: Which labels require review?
- The nine label types that require EPA review include submissions involving:
- new active ingredients and new uses;
- technical grade and manufacturing–use products;
- new products containing existing active ingredients;
- fast track;
- me–too registrations;
- products for which efficacy data must be submitted;
- special local needs; and
- experimental use permits.
- The three label types that do not require EPA review include submissions involving:
- supplemental distributor;
- minimum risk pesticide exemptions; and
- notification or non-notification.
- What are the two kinds of amendment submissions?
- If a registrant modifies the net weight of a registered product, is the registrant required to notify EPA?
Amendments that require data review and amendments that do not require data review.
No. This is a modification that can be made without notifying EPA (known as non–notification).