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The Union list of approved active substances mentioned in Article 9(2) of the BPR is publicly available on the website of DG Environment of the European Commission:
ECHA maintains a similar list on its website:
Pursuant to Article 67(1) of the BPR, as amended by Regulation (EU) No 334/2014, approved active substances are added on this list from the date on which the Commission adopts an implementing Regulation providing that an actice substance is approved.
Yes, an annual fee is payable to ECHA also for a Union Authorisation granted through the Same Biocidal Product Regulation (Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 414/2013).
Fee payable to ECHA (ref. (EU) No 564/2013 – Biocides Fee Regulation):
A fee for “Union authorisation of a same biocidal product” is specified in Annex II, Table 1 of the Biocides Fee Regulation. Whether the application is for a product or for a whole family, the fee is the same.
In addition, there is an annual fee for all authorised biocidal products (single product and family) specified in Annex III of the Biocides Fee Regulation. It is applicable also to biocidal products authorised via the same biocidal product application.
A fee for “notification to the Agency of an additional product within a biocidal product family” is specified in Annex II, Table 1 and it is applicable also to families authorised via the same biocidal product application.
Fee payable to eCA:
Please note that the fees related to UA applications payable to the evaluating Competent Authority (eCA) may vary between the CAs and are established in the national legal acts of each MS. The applicant is responsible for checking and paying the specified amount of fees to the chosen eCA. For more information about the CA fees, the applicant should contact the CA or its helpdesk. The contact information for national helpdesks is available at: https://echa.europa.eu/support/helpdesks