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EDB (1,2-dibromoethane)

Category: Pesticide CAS number 106-93-4

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EDB (1,2-dibromoethane)

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Party Party response Decision Date published
Albania Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2013
Legislative or administrative measures:
Law no. 9362 dated 24/03/2005 on "Plant Protection Service", as amended.
Decision of the Council of Ministers no. 1555, dated 12.11.2008 "On approval of rules of registration and assessment criteria of Plant Protection Products (PPP)." According to paragraph 7.2, Chapter II, PPP may be registered for trade and use in the Republic of Albania, if its active substance(s) is/are included in Appendix II, attached to this decision. In this Annex, 1,2-dibromoethane (EDB) is not included.
Antigua and Barbuda Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2020
Legislative or administrative measures:
Final decision is based primarily on the fact that EDB is a highly hazardous chemical based on the WHO classification. It poses an unacceptably high risk to human health and the environment. The pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board is committed to registering only lowest risk pesticides for use in the country unless viable alternatives are unavailable. Viable alternatives are available for this product.
Argentina Final decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/12/2002
Conditions for import:
The Degree 3489/1958 established that all products determined for treatment and control of enemies of animals and plants cultivated or used, which are commercialized in the country, has to be registered in the National Register of Plant Therapy.
The Resolution SAGPy A No.; 350/99 established the registration requirements for phytosanitary products in the Republic of Argentine.
Remarks:
Product not commercialized in Argentine.
Armenia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2016
Legislative or administrative measures:
Severely restricted and banned chemical substances and pesticides' import-export in Armenia is regulated by the Rotterdam Convention On Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade.
Decision of the Government of the Republic of Armenia On implementation of the Republic of Armenia obligations under Rotterdam Convention signed September 10, 1998 (No. 1508-N dated October 29, 2004);
Decision of the Government of the Republic of Armenia On approval of the list of the chemicals and pesticides banned in the Republic of Armenia (No. 293-N dated March 17, 2005).
Australia Final decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/12/2004
Conditions for import:
Subject to approval, registration, exemption or permit under the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemical Code Act 1994, noting that approval of this pesticide was cancelled in 1998 (NRA Special Review Series 98.2).
Legislative or administrative measures:
Agricultural and Veterinary Chemical Code Act 1994.
Bahrain Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1996
Barbados Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/01/1995
Conditions for import:
Restricted use as a fumigant for certain crafts.
Remarks:
Non agricultural uses only.
Belize Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2005
Legislative or administrative measures:
Classified as a prohibited pesticide in Schedule IV of the Pesticides Control Act of 1985, Chapter 181B of the Laws of Belize, and in the Pesticides Control (replacement of Schedules) Order, 1995.
Benin Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/06/2014
Conditions for import:
Authorization of the Ministry of the environment after opinion of the National Committee for the Approval and the Control of Plant Protection Products.
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
Remarks:
Not registered.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2011
Legislative or administrative measures:
Chemical is not included in the List of active substances allowed for use in Plant Protection Products in Bosnia and Herzegovina ("Official Gazette of BiH" No 11/11)
Botswana Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2023
Legislative or administrative measures:
AGROCHEMICALS ACT OF 1999 - provides for registration and licensing of agrochemicals to control or regulate their importation, manufacture, distribution, use and disposal, so as to prevent pollution to the environment or harm to human, plant or animal life, and to provide for matters, incidental and connected to the foregoing.
Brazil Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2004
Legislative or administrative measures:
Law No. 7.802 of 11 July 1989 and Decree No. 4.074 of 04 January 2002 - Pesticides and its compounds need to be registered by the Federal Authority prior to produce, export, import, trade or use.
Bulgaria Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1995
Remarks:
Not registered.
Burkina Faso Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2006
Legislative or administrative measures:
Results of the Sahelian Pesticides Committee (CSP) meeting.
Burundi Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2003
Legislative or administrative measures:
Being genetically toxic and carcinogenic, its effects on reproduction and its high toxicity as well as its persistence in underground waters, EDB has been prohibited in Burundi as a pesticide for agricultural purposes. It is listed in the register of prohibited pesticides for agricultural purposes under N. 2001-04-P001.
Cabo Verde Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2008
Legislative or administrative measures:
The pesticide has not been registered by the Sahelian Pesticide Committee which is the regional organization in charge of pesticides registration according to national legislation, Act n 26/97
Cambodia Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2015
Legislative or administrative measures:
-Law on Pesticide Fertilizer Management, 2012
-Law of Banned Pesticides, 2012
Cameroon Interim decision No consent to import 12/06/2016
Canada Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1998
Chad Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Chile Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1995
Remarks:
Resolution No. 107 of 6/2/1985.
China Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Legislative or administrative measures:
Additional information related to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) related to the import response for Annex III chemicals:
Published: 12/06/2009;
Final decision on import: No consent to import.
Colombia Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1998
Remarks:
Importation, production and use prohibited by Resolution 1158 of 1985 (Ministry of Health).
Congo Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1995
Cook Islands Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/07/1995
Conditions for import:
Only by authorization and for application by Ministry of Agriculture for produce treatment against fruit flies.
Remarks:
Need more time.
Costa Rica Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Legislative or administrative measures:
Legislative or administrative measures - Banned by the "Decreto Ejecutivo No. 18346-MAG-S-TSS".
Côte d'Ivoire Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2004
Legislative or administrative measures:
It is prohibited to place on the market or sell this product. It is highly toxic to human health and the environment.
Cuba Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2008
Legislative or administrative measures:
National Decision in force under Resolution 49/2001 of the Ministry of Public Health
Remarks:
The adopted decision does not include the use of the product as a reference pattern or reactive used for the development of research and analysis activities.
Cyprus Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1998
Czechia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2001
Legislative or administrative measures:
Import of the substance is banned by the Act No. 147/1996 Code, on phytosanitary care and its implementing Decree No. 84/1997 Code, as last amended.
The import of the substance for research purposes is permitted.
Democratic People's Republic of Korea Final decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/12/2004
Conditions for import:
This chemical can be imported, put on sale and used only under the assurance that the damage to human health and environment will be minimized in the relevant using condition. The use for plant protection is severely restricted.
Legislative or administrative measures:
This pesticide is restricted for using as plant protection chemical by "The Law for Environment Protection" (April 9, 1984) and "The National Regulation of Pesticide Management", because of its toxicity to human and animals.
Democratic Republic of the Congo Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2012
Legislative or administrative measures:
Circular note No. 5011/0195/AGRI/PE.EL/2012 of 16 February 2012 concerning the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention, Section V, Article 19 : the use of all chemicals listed in Annex III of the Rotterdam Convention is prohibited in the DRC.
Dominica Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1996
Dominican Republic Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2014
Legislative or administrative measures:
Prohibited use and marketing by Decree N. 217-91, June 4, 1991.
Ecuador Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2001
El Salvador Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Equatorial Guinea Interim decision No consent to import 12/06/2016
Eritrea Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
Legal Notice N 113/2006.
Regulations for Importation, Handling, Use, Storage and Disposal of Pesticides
Eswatini Interim decision No consent to import 12/12/2015
Ethiopia Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2011
Legislative or administrative measures:
Not registered.
European Union Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2005
Legislative or administrative measures:
It is prohibited to place on the market or use all plant protection products containing EDB as an active ingredient according to Council Directive 79/117/EEC of 21 December 1978 prohibiting the placing on the market and use of plant protection products containing certain active substances (OJ L33, 8.2.1979, p.36), as last amended by Regulation (EC) 850/2004 of 29/04/2004 (OJ L 229 of 29/06/2004, p.5). Furthermore the chemical has not been identified or notified under the Community review programme for evaluation of existing active substances under Directive 98/8/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 February 1998 concerning the placing of biocidal products on the market (OJ L123, 24.4.1998, p.1). In accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No 1451/2007 of 4 December 2007 on the second phase of the 10-year work programme referred to in Article 16(2) of Directive 98/8/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the placing of biocidal products on the market the chemical is not allowed to be placed on the market for use as a biocidal product.
Gabon Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2017
Legislative or administrative measures:
Decision n0 2112/PM modifying and completing certain provisions of decision n0 00515/PM of 17th July 2010 laying down the import and use conditions of certain hazardous chemicals and pesticides.
Gambia Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
Georgia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2014
Legislative or administrative measures:
Severely Restricted and banned chemical substances and pesticides' import-export in Georgia is regulated by the Rotterdam Convention "On The Prior Informed consent Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade", and by the Georgian Law 1998 of "Pesticides and Agrochemicals".
Ghana Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/12/2004
Conditions for import:
The import should obtain import permit from the Environmental Protection Agency of Ghana containing information including but no limited to:
- Quantity of chemical to be imported;
- Source of chemical (exporting country);
- End use(s) of the chemical within Ghana.
Guatemala Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Guinea Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2006
Legislative or administrative measures:
1) Decision No 2395/MAE/SGG/2001 of 6/06/2001 restricting and/or prohibiting the use of active substances in agriculture.
2) National weakness in the toxicological and ecotoxicological analyses.
3) Human and environment protection.
Guinea-Bissau Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
The product has not been authorized by the Sahelien Pesticide Committee (CSP).
Guyana Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2007
Legislative or administrative measures:
Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control (Prohibited Pesticides) Order No. 22 of 2006 made under the Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Act 2000 (No. 13 of 2000).
Honduras Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Hungary Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
India Final decision Consent to import 12/07/1995
Remarks:
Use restricted to fumigation of food grains by Government organizations and pest control operators whose expertise is approved by Plant Protection Advisor to the Government of India.
Indonesia Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1995
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2000
Legislative or administrative measures:
Legislative or administrative measures - Based on Resolution of 30 December 1985, under "The Pesticides Control Act" 1968. This chemical has never been used in I.R. Iran.
Israel Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2012
Legislative or administrative measures:
1. Plant Protection Law, 1956
2. Hazardous Substances Regulations (Registration of Formulations for the Control of Pests Harmful to Man), 1994
Jamaica Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1998
Remarks:
Not registered.
Japan Final decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/12/2004
Conditions for import:
For agricultural pesticide, a domestic importer is required to register with both the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, and the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare or the Prefectural Governor.
No consent to import of pesticide except agricultural uses.
Legislative or administrative measures:
1. Agricultural Chemicals Regulation Law
2. Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law
3. Pharmaceutical Affairs Law
Jordan Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1995
Kazakhstan Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2020
Legislative or administrative measures:
Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan about ratification of Rotterdam Convention from 20 March 2007 N239-III, items 38-2, 38-6 of article 17 of ecological Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan from 9 January 2007 No 212-II.
Kenya Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1998
Remarks:
Not registered. Other pesticides available for similar use.
Kuwait Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1998
Legislative or administrative measures:
Not registered. Decree No. 95/1995.
Kyrgyzstan Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2004
Legislative or administrative measures:
Ordinance of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic of 27 June 2001 No. 376 on measures to protect the environment and health of the population from adverse effects of certain hazardous chemicals and pesticides.
Lao People's Democratic Republic Interim decision No consent to import 12/06/2015
Lebanon Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Lesotho Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2018
Legislative or administrative measures:
Environment Act 2008 prohibits importation of the chemical.
Liberia Interim decision No consent to import 12/12/2001
Libya Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
Not registration in the pesticide list for Libyan agriculture pesticide
Liechtenstein Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
1,2-dibromoethane is banned as agricultural chemical ( it is not listed on annex I of the Ordinance on Plant Protection Products, which entered into force in August 2005)
1,2-dibromoethane is not on the list of active substances to be examined under the EU review programme (Annex II of the COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 1451/2007 on the second phase of the 10-year work programme referred to in Article 16(2) of Directive 98/8/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the placing of biocidal products on the market). The Swiss Ordinance on Biocide Products (entered into force on Mai 2005) adopts the same biocide active ingredients as the EU. 1,2-dibromoethane is not authorized in biocide preparations.
Madagascar Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2011
Legislative or administrative measures:
Decree N4196/06 of 23 March 2006, prohibiting the sale and use in agriculture of any pesticide active subtance.
Malawi Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/06/2010
Conditions for import:
For use only in controlling nematodes
Malaysia Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Remarks:
Except for small quantities for research/ educational use through import permit.
Maldives Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2019
Legislative or administrative measures:
Description of the national legislative or administrative measure: banned through a public announcement. Please find below the link to access the banned list (Ministry of Fisheries Marine Resources and Agriculture Website) https://www.fishagri.gov.mv/category/ guidance_and_regulations/2a8b8da0-0e95-4b53-9ef8-5734e3a4062b national gazette announcement link (in Dhivehi)http://www.gazette.gov.mv/iulaan/ view/102762.
Mali Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2007
Legislative or administrative measures:
Act n 01-020 of 30yh May 2001 on pollution and nuisance
Decree n 01-2699/MICT-SG of 16th October 2001 listing the products the import and export of which are prohibited.
Malta Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Mauritania Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2006
Legislative or administrative measures:
This pesticide has not been registered by the Sahelian Pesticides Committee, the regional body for registration, under national legislative and regulatory texts (Act 042/2000 on plant protection).
Mauritius Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Mexico Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1997
Remarks:
Not registered.
Mongolia Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
Government resolution n 95/2007 Annex I "List of prohibited chemicals in Mongolia"
Montenegro Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2019
Legislative or administrative measures:
Law on chemicals (Official Gazette of Montenegro, 051/17), Article 44, Article 47, Article 48,
EDB (1,2- dibromoethane) is not entered in the list of registered chemicals in Montenegro and is not on the list of active substances permitted for use in the plant protection plant for 2018.
Morocco Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
Remarks:
No request for registration.
Mozambique Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1995
Remarks:
Import, production and use banned.
Namibia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2023
Conditions for import:
Link: <https://www.lac.org.na>, Fertilizers, Farm Feeds, Agricultural Remedies and Remedies ACT 36 of 1947, Section 7.
EDB pesticides was never registered, imported and used in Namibia.
Nepal Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1995
New Zealand Final decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/06/2006
Conditions for import:
The transitional provisions for EDB under the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 (HSNO) expire on 1st July 2006, when the Toxic Substances Regulations 1983 are revoked. From 1st July 2006, EDB will be transferred into the HSNO Act as a single existing substance. General conditions relating to the hazards of this chemical will then apply.
Legislative or administrative measures:
Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 (HSNO).
Remarks:
Small-scale use of this substances in a laboratory for research and development or teaching is exempt from a HSNO approval provided all the requirements of Section 33 of the HSNO Act are met.
Nicaragua Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Niger Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
Nigeria Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1998
North Macedonia Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2012
Legislative or administrative measures:
Chemical is not included in the List of active substances allowed for use in Plant Protection Products in R. Macedonia (Official Gazette of RM 159/2010).
Norway Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Oman Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Pakistan Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1995
Panama Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
Banned as pesticide use in agriculture by Resolution ALP 074 of 18 September 1997, been the substance No.33 listed as fumigant and nematicide insecticide.
Executive Decree No.305 of 4 September 2002, published in Official Gazette No.24634 of 9 September 2002. In its fifth Article states: All substances banned or severely restricted in, at least, four States, will be banned in our country too. Substance No.248 and 249 as EDB, of Annex I of this Executive Decree.
Paraguay Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1995
Peru Final decision No consent to import 12/06/1999
Philippines Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Qatar Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2005
Legislative or administrative measures:
Article No (26) from Environment Law (30) 2002
Republic of Korea Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1997
Remarks:
Ethylene dibromide has never been registered in Korea.
Republic of Moldova Interim decision No consent to import 12/06/2012
Remarks:
The chemical has never been manufactured in the Republic of Moldova.
Romania Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2004
Legislative or administrative measures:
Ministerial Order No. 396 /2002 on the banning of the use of plant protection products containing certain active substances on Romania's territory transposed partially the Directive 79/117/EEC of 21 December 1978 banning the placing on the market and use of plant protection products containing certain active substances, laid down in the Annex 1 at the Ministerial Order No.396/2002, excepting for research or laboratory analyses uses and export.
In the emergency situations which can not be solved through other means, the Interministerial Commission for the certification of plant protection products may authorize for a period of maximum 120 days the placing on the market or the use of the plant protection products containing one or several substances mentioned in the annex.
*Romanian final regulatory action bans all formulations in plant protection products
of the 1,2 dibromoethane (Ethylene dibromide).
Remarks:
The manufacturing and the import of plant protection products containing one or several of the active substances laid down in annex and which are certificated for their use in Romania are banned, the existing stocks to be consumed within 12 months from the entrance into force of the present order. This means, starting with 18 January 2003 as it is foreseen in the Ministerial order No. 396/2002.
Russian Federation Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2015
Legislative or administrative measures:
List of substances banned for use in cosmetics and toiletries products. Cosmetic Technical Regulation of the Customs Union N. 799 of 23.09.2011.
Federal law No 109-3 of 19.07.1997 concerning safe handling of pesticides and agricultural chemicals. Permitted for use on the territory of the Russian Federation. 2012 (approved by Ministry of Agriculture of Russia).
Rwanda Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Saint Kitts and Nevis Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2020
Legislative or administrative measures:
Administrative Measure: Policy decision to prohibit the product for use as a pesticide.
Samoa Final decision No consent to import 12/12/1999
Sao Tome and Principe Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2015
Saudi Arabia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2007
Legislative or administrative measures:
Ministerial decision based on recommendation from the relevant technical departments.
Remarks:
It was registered in the past, but its registration was cancelled because it was proven risky to human health, animal and the environment.
Senegal Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2006
Legislative or administrative measures:
EDB (1-2 dibromoethane) has not been registered by the Sahelian Pesticides Committee and is not listed in the National Profile of Chemicals management of Senegal.
Serbia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2011
Legislative or administrative measures:
Cannot be placed on the market according to the Law on Plant Protection Products (Official Gazette RS No 41/09)
Singapore Final decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/12/2003
Conditions for import:
A hazardous Substance License is required for the import of the chemical.
Legislative or administrative measures:
The chemical is controlled as a Hazardous Substance under the Environmental Protection and Management Act (EPMA) and its regulations. A license is required for the import, use and sale.
Slovakia Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1998
Remarks:
Never registered.
Slovenia Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2003
Legislative or administrative measures:
Order on prohibition, restriction or use of phytopharmaceutical products, which contain specific active ingredients (O.J. 105/01).
South Africa Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/06/2006
Conditions for import:
Only for nematode control (soil fumigation)
Sri Lanka Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
Remarks:
Not registered.
State of Palestine Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2020
Legislative or administrative measures:
Palestinian Environmental Law No7 for the year 1999.
Article (14) the Ministry, in coordination with the specialized agencies shall designate the environmental conditions for the import, distribution, manufacturing, use, and store of pesticides, substances, and agro-chemicals fertilizers, which may pose hazards to the environment.
Article (15), the Ministry, in coordination with the specialized agencies shall set instructions and standards specified for agrichemicals, that are allowed to be imported, manufactured and distributed in Palestine, and shall ensure observance of it.
2. Palestinian agricultural law No. 2of 2003 give responsabilities to the Ministry of Agriculture to establish national scientific committee to register pesticides and specify technical specifications and information related to pesticides.
3. agricultural pesticides bylaw No9 for the year 2012
Article (4) It is prohibited to register any pesticide of the following pesticides: 1. Banned pesticides in Palestine. 2. Banned pesticides in the origin country for health or environmental reasons. 3. Pesticides classified by the World Health Organization and the US Environmental Protection Agency as containing chemicals that cause cancerous tumors, congenital malformations, genetic mutations or highly toxic to humans or animals. 4. Pesticides that cause contamination of groundwater.
4. The national scientific committee of agricultural pesticides adopt national Guide list of agricultural pesticides allowed to be used in state of Palestine.
5. The National Technical Committee for the Management of Chemicals and Hazardous Wastes reviewed the chemicals have been listed in Annex III of the Rotterdam Convention and Stockholm convention and adopted import responses.
Sudan Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Suriname Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2003
Legislative or administrative measures:
Decree negative list imports and exports, September 1, 1999, SB 34 (State Gazette).
Sweden Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Switzerland Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2010
Legislative or administrative measures:
1,2-dibromoethane is banned as agricultural chemical (it is not listed on annex I of the Ordinance on Plant Protection Products, which entered into force in August 2005).
1,2-dibromoethane is not on the list of active substances to be examined under the EU review programme (Annex II of the COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 1451/2007 on the second phase of the 10-year work programme referred to in Article 16(2) of Directive 98/8/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the placing of biocidal products on the market). The Swiss Ordinance on Biocide Products (entered into force on May 2005) adopts the same biocide active ingredients as the EU. 1,2-dibromoethane is not authorized in biocide preparations.
Remarks:
Syrian Arab Republic Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Thailand Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1993
Togo Interim decision No consent to import 12/01/1995
Remarks:
Legislation pending.
Tonga Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2015
Legislative or administrative measures:
Hazardous Waste and Chemicals Act
Pescitice Act
Trinidad and Tobago Final decision No consent to import 12/06/2001
Legislative or administrative measures:
Legislative or administrative measures - Banned according to notice No 1 of 1994 of the Ministry of Trade and Industry issued under section 10 of the Trade ordinance No 19 of 1958: Negative list which has been effective since January 28, 1994.
Tunisia Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2017
Legislative or administrative measures:
This pesticide has not been registered by the General Direction of the protection and quality control of agricultural products (DGPCQPA ) (MARHP).
Türkiye Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1994
Remarks:
Not registered.
Uganda Final decision No consent to import 12/06/1999
Remarks:
Not registered
United Arab Emirates Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1995
United Republic of Tanzania Interim decision Consent to import only subject to specified conditions 12/01/1995
Conditions for import:
For restricted and well-supervised application on soil.
Remarks:
Pending approval of alternative fumigants.
Uruguay Final decision No consent to import 12/07/1996
Vanuatu Interim decision No consent to import 12/01/1998
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Interim decision No consent to import 12/06/2010
Viet Nam Final decision No consent to import 12/01/1994
Yemen Final decision No consent to import 12/12/2007
Legislative or administrative measures:
List of Banned and Severely Restricted Pesticides in Yemen.
Zimbabwe Interim decision Consent to import 12/12/2001