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Pesticides e-bulletin: Change to Contact Details for Pesticides Applicant Enquiries to the Health and Safety Executive's Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD)

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Change to Contact Details for Pesticides Applicant Enquiries to the Health and Safety Executive's Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD)

Regulatory Update: 05/2017

Issued: 13th March 2017

New Contact Point for General Enquiries from Pesticide Applicants

The email contact point for general pesticides enquiries made to CRD by Applicants is changing from 1 April 2017.

From 1st April all general enquiries from Applicants not relating to specific applications in relation to pesticides and detergents should be directed to:



Postal address:

Chemicals Regulation Division

Health and Safety Executive,

Room 1A,

Mallard House,

Kings Pool,

3 Peasholme Green,

York YO1 7PX.

All other contact points and helpline numbers can be found on the HSE website on the Pesticides site contact details page  (Note that the contacts page will be updated on 1st April to change the details for Applicant Enquiries).



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