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Regulations to Facilitate Compliance with the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act by Producers of Plant-Incorporated Protectants (PIPs)

a.k.a. PIPs & FIFRA Compliance


RIN: 2070-AJ32 (What's this?)

Docket No.: Not yet available (What's this?)

Current Phase: Pre-Proposal (What's this?)

Abstract:
Plant-Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) are pesticides regulated by EPA under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), including issuing experimental use permits and commercial registrations.

This rulemaking effort is intended to tailor the existing regulatory structure concerning establishment registration and reporting, recordkeeping, pesticide labeling, and pesticides intended for export only in recognition of the unique nature of PIPs. This effort is intended to improve the ability of the EPA to identify and respond to violations of FIFRA and the FFDCA associated with PIPs. For those activities that the Agency does not believe warrant regulation, EPA is considering exempting those activities, as appropriate, from FIFRA in whole or in part.
Timeline

MilestoneDate
Initiated07/14/2006
ANPRM: Sent to OMB for Regulatory Review03/07/2007
ANPRM: Received by OMB03/07/2007
ANPRM: Regulatory Review Concluded03/12/2007
ANPRM: Comment Period Open04/04/2007
ANPRM: Published in FR04/04/2007
Public Meeting: Published in FR04/11/2007
Public Meeting: Public Meeting05/02/2007
Public Meeting: Public Meeting05/22/2007
ANPRM: Comment Period Extension Published in FR05/23/2007
ANPRM: Comment Period Closed06/13/2007
ANPRM: Comment Period Closed with Extension07/13/2007
NPRM: Published in FR00/0000 (projected)

Potential Effects

Federal Government - other agencies
Likely to be involved in the implementation of this rule.

Small Entities
EPA notifies the public when a rulemaking is likely to 1) have any adverse economic impact on small entities even though a Regulatory Flexibility Analysis may not be required and/or 2) have significant adverse economic impacts on a substantial number of small entities. The term "small entities" includes small businesses, small governments, and small not-for-profits. (Read a longer explanation on our Small Entities web page.) This rulemaking is likely to impact small entities in the following way(s):
  • Likely to have any adverse economic impact on:
    • small businesses

State Governments
Likely to be involved in the implementation of this rule.

Tribal Governments
Likely to be involved in the implementation of this rule.

Participate / Learn More Regulatory Review

Some of EPA's rulemakings undergo regulatory review (What's this?), as prescribed by Executive Order 12866 and coordinated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The following list describes which of this rulemaking's stages have completed review and published in the Federal Register, if any, and provides links to the review documents where available. Consult the "Timeline" section of this Web page for the dates of each review.

  • NPRM - No Information Available.
Citations & Authorities

Federal Register Citations

Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Citation
40 CFR 174 40 CFR 152 40 CFR 156 40 CFR 167 40 CFR 168 40 CFR 169 40 CFR 172

Legal Authority
7 USC 136a et seq

Disclaimer

This site provides summaries of priority rulemakings and priority retrospective reviews of existing regulations. We update most of the site at the beginning of each month, though some data is updated more frequently if it is time sensitive. The information on this site is not intended to and does not commit EPA to specific conclusions or actions. For example, after further analysis, EPA may decide the effects of a rule would be different or it may decide to terminate a rulemaking.


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