Biocidal products commonly used in medicine, agriculture, forestry, and industry. These products are intended to control organisms which are harmful to human or animal health or damage natural or manufactured materials. Also, biocidal products can pose risks to the environment, human and animals. Did you know that even a pocket hand sanitizer you are buying, might be in the scope of BPR? During the pandemic, there is an increased demand for different types of biocidal products – we all need surface disinfectants, veterinary and human hygiene products, and many other types of disinfection. How to comply with EU BPR requirements? What internal requirements EU Member States have? How long does it take? How much does it cost? In PCMC 2020 you will learn about the Biocidal Products Regulation 528/2012 (BPR), and found out, how widely biocides are used, how to make your biocidal products available on the market and what risk management can be applied to protect our health and environment.