On one hand, the people have already voted for Brexit. On the other, nobody knew what Brexit meant when they voted. During the referendum debates, Brexiteers were able to promote emotional fantasies about the future outside the EU and Bremainers promoted an agenda based on the fear rather than the benefits of membership. Neither side was edifying. Fortunately, we now have a much better idea of what Brexit really means.
Enviresearch will now be providing dedicated chemical registration services for the Southern European area with the opening of a new office in Lisbon, Portugal. The new office, headed by our Senior Regulatory Specialist, José Sobreiro, will provide a link between our clients in Southern Europe and our main office in the UK. Clients targeting registrations within the Southern zone can now take advantage of our full support in product registrations with a convenient point of first contact.
Enviresearch’s own efate specialist, Dr Scott Hawley, is presenting at the BCPC Congress in Brighton this week. He will be discussing the use of spatial data within the context of environmental risk assessments of plant protection products (PPPs) under EC Regulation 1107/2009. In particular, he will outline how the registration and usage of PPPs within the UK could be improved through wider-scale utilization of high resolution geospatial modeling. You can find the full program here http://www.bcpccongress.org/programme/