Pest Control Products Act Kenya

Pest Control Products Act Kenya

Extensive training in all areas of pest control Pest Control Products Board serves to execute the PCP Act of the government of Kenya, of Ed 1983. To ensure access to safe, quality and efficacious pest control products for animal, plant and human health while safeguarding their health and the environmental protection. How can the answer be improved? (2) No person shall export or re-export out of Kenya any pest control products unless he has complied with the requirement specified in regulations made under this Act. This Act regulates the import/export manufacture distribution and use of products which are used for the control of pests and of the organic function of plants and animals. These are products used to control pest (pesticides) this is an Act that regulates the import/export and use of pesticides. PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS ACT, CAP 346, 1982, KENYA An applicant who is not a resident in Kenya must appoint an agent permanently resident in Kenya. a. Biochemical pest control products containing a new active ingredient b. Biochemical pest control products where source of active and/or formulation is not identical to that of a registered Pest Control Products Board serves to execute the PCP Act of the government of Kenya, of Ed 1983. To ensure access to safe, quality and efficacious pest control products for animal, plant and human health while safeguarding their health and the environmental protection. Pest Control Products Board. The Pest Control Products Board is a Statutory organization of Kenya Government established under an Act of parliament, the Pest Control Products Act, Cap 346, Laws of Kenya of 1982 to regulate the importation and exportation, manufacture, distribution and use of pest control products.

Where the primary purpose of a pest control product is to control, prevent, destroy, mitigate, attract or repel a pest, the pest control product shall have a display panel with the information referred to in subparagraphs (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g) and (h) of regulation 3(2) on the principal display panel. Extensive training in all areas of pest control