Title 40 published on 2012-07-01
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With this final rule EPA declares a prion ( i.e., proteinaceous infectious particle) to be a “pest” under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and amends the regulations to expressly include prion within the regulatory definition of pest. This final rule also amends existing pesticide product performance data requirements to clarify that efficacy data are required for pesticide products with prion-related claims. In addition, EPA is announcing the availability of final test guidelines on generating the product performance data for prion-related pesticide products.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 136 - Definitions
§ 136a - Registration of pesticides
7 USC § 136a–1 - Reregistration of registered pesticides
§ 136b - Transferred
§ 136c - Experimental use permits
§ 136d - Administrative review; suspension
§ 136e - Registration of establishments
§ 136f - Books and records
§ 136g - Inspection of establishments, etc.
§ 136h - Protection of trade secrets and other information
§ 136i - Use of restricted use pesticides; applicators
7 USC § 136i–1 - Pesticide recordkeeping
7 USC § 136i–2 - Collection of pesticide use information
§ 136j - Unlawful acts
§ 136k - Stop sale, use, removal, and seizure
7 USC § -
§ 136m - Indemnities
§ 136n - Administrative procedure; judicial review
§ 136p - Exemption of Federal and State agencies
§ 136q - Storage, disposal, transportation, and recall
§ 136r - Research and monitoring
7 USC § 136r–1 - Integrated Pest Management
§ 136s - Solicitation of comments; notice of public hearings
§ 136t - Delegation and cooperation
§ 136u - State cooperation, aid, and training
§ 136v - Authority of States
§ 136w - Authority of Administrator
7 USC § 136w–1 - State primary enforcement responsibility
7 USC § 136w–2 - Failure by the State to assure enforcement of State pesticide use regulations
7 USC § 136w–3 - Identification of pests; cooperation with Department of Agriculture’s program
7 USC § 136w–4 - Omitted
7 USC § 136w–5 - Minimum requirements for training of maintenance applicators and service technicians
7 USC § 136w–6 - Environmental Protection Agency minor use program
7 USC § 136w–7 - Department of Agriculture minor use program
7 USC § 136w–8 - Pesticide registration service fees
§ 136x - Severability
§ 136y - Authorization of appropriations
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 40 CFR 152 after this date.
EPA is proposing to more clearly describe the active and inert ingredients permitted in products eligible for the exemption from regulation for minimum risk pesticides. EPA is proposing to reorganize these lists with a focus on clarity and transparency by adding specific chemical identifiers. The identifiers would make it clearer to manufacturers; the public; and Federal, state, and tribal inspectors which ingredients are permitted in minimum risk pesticide products. EPA is also proposing to modify the label requirements in the exemption to require the use of specific common chemical names in lists of ingredients on minimum risk pesticide product labels, and to require producer contact information on the label. Once final, these proposed changes would maintain the availability of minimum risk pesticide products while providing more consistent information for consumers, clearer regulations for producers, and easier identification by states, tribes and EPA as to whether a product is in compliance with the exemption.
This document notifies the public as required by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) that the EPA Administrator has forwarded to the Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) a draft regulatory document concerning Declaration of Prion as a Pest Under FIFRA; Related Amendments; and Availability of Final Test Guidelines. The draft regulatory document is not available to the public until after it has been signed and made available by EPA.