This project will help to contribute to the harmonization and implementation of the EU Acquis Communautaire in the area of public health, specifically focusing on reduction of threats caused by biocidal products on human, animal and environmental health. With this project, Türkiye will prepare a draft legislation in line with the EU Acquis for the alignment and enforcement of the 528/2012/EU Regulation on the use of biocidal products (BPR); will improve the technical capacity of the staff of Ministry of Health, the provincial directorates, laboratories acting in the field of biocidal products; will increase awareness on using biocidal products towards obtaining commitments on legal obligations among governmental institutions, NGOs, relevant stakeholders and sectors within the scope of the alignment and enforcement of the new regulation on BPR.

Extended TitleTechnical Assistance for Harmonization of Regulation (EU) No 528/2012 on biocidal products (BPR)
Extended Description

Technical Assistance for Harmonization of Regulation (EU) No 528/2012 on biocidal products (BPR)

Publication Date2023-05-26
Procurement StatusFuture
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeServices
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationMinistry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change (MoEUCC) - General Directorate of European Union and Foreign Relations – Department of European Union Investments
AddressMustafa Kemal Mahallesi 2082. Cadde No:52 Çankaya
Postal Code06530
Class Code90700000
Class DescriptionEnvironmental services
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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