24th International Akademie Fresenius AGRO Conference "Behaviour of Pesticides in Air, Soil and Water" +++ONLINE CONFERENCE+++

08.06. - 09.06.2022, Online Conference | Die Akademie Fresenius GmbH

24th International Akademie Fresenius AGRO Conference "Behaviour of Pesticides in Air, Soil and Water" +++ONLINE CONFERENCE+++

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Übersicht

Highlights

Regulatory issues

  • Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 update
  • FOCUS Version Control Model Testing 
  • Update on the Aged Sorption Guidance 
  • Update on the regulatory regime for Great Britain
  • A Northern zone view and update
  • An overview from the Central zone
  • A feedback from France 

Environmental fate

  • Atmospheric entries and deposition of plant protection products by volatilisation
  • Building sustainable cropping and landscape management strategies to limit pesticide pollution risks

Exposure, risk assessment and risk mitigation

  • Exposure assessment goals to operationalise the exposure assessment for the risk assessment of bees
  • Update on exposure assessment of pesticides in Latin America 
  • Updates on pesticide risk assessments in Canada
  • New hazard classes: PMT/vPvM substances
  • Precision agriculture with spotwise application
  • Soil photo transformation products in groundwater – EFSA Guidance Document
  • Recap on the TOPPS Water Protection Project

 

Who do you meet?

Groups that should take part:

Managing directors, boards of directors, members of supervisory boards, managers and scientists in the fields of:

  • Environmental behaviour
  • Field inspection
  • Research & development
  • Legal & regulatory affairs
  • Registration
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Exposure & risk assessment
  • Monitoring & computer modelling

Sectors that should take part:

  • Agrochemical industry
  • Research institutes from the area of agriculture, soil, hydrology and air
  • Authorities (agricultural inspection offices, registration and control authorities)
  • Water supply enterprises
  • Professional associations

Programm

PLEASE NOTE: The indicated times refer to Central European Summer Time CEST. 

For further time zones, please view here

Wednesday, 8 June 2022

8.30 Opening of the virtual meeting room

9.00 Welcoming speech by the organisers and the Chairs

Colin Brown, University of York, UK

Christopher Leake, Bayer Crop Science Division, Germany

Harry Vereecken, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

The presentation slots include sufficient time for questions and answers.

Regulatory issues

9.10 FOCUS Version Control Model Testing and Maintenance Programme

  • Status of FOCUS and FOCUS models, overview of recent and pending developments
  • Step by step testing strategy – FOCUS Surface Water Repair as a case study
  • Parallel industry software development and testing activities for other regulatory science software 
  • Observations with experiences and benefits of a robust testing framework and adaptation for the future 

Neil Mackay, FMC, UK

9.40 Aged Sorption Guidance

  • Update
  • Regulator’s instructions 

Michael Stemmer, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES), Austria

10.10 Short break

10.20 Update on the regulatory regime for Great Britain

  • Background to Great Britain regime following EU exit
  • Procedural issues – products and active substances
  • Northern Ireland protocol
  • Technical issues – adoption of EU guidance

Andy Massey, Health and Safety Executive, Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD), UK

10.50 Northern zone view, update 2022

Nadja Stadlinger, Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI), Sweden (virtual presence)

11.20 Short break

11.30 Environmental risk assessment in the Central zone – an overview

Joachim Dayteg, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES), Austria

12.00 Feedback from France on risk assessment in the Southern zone

Emilie Farama, Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES), France

12.30 Lunch break

Environmental fate

13.30 Update on atmospheric entries and deposition of plant protection products by volatilisation

Anna Peters, German Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), Germany

14.00 Building sustainable cropping and landscape management strategies to limit pesticide pollution risks in vineyard areas 

Marc Voltz, French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE), France

14.30 Short break

Exposure, risk assessment and risk mitigation

14.40 Updates on pesticide risk assessment in Canada – Update on what Canada is doing to establish the new National Water Monitoring for Pesticides Programme

Janice Villeneuve, Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA), Canada

15.10 Update on exposure assessment of pesticides in Latin America

Bernhard Jene, BASF, Germany

15.40 End of the first conference day

PLEASE NOTE: The indicated times refer to Central European Summer Time CEST. 
For further time zones, please view here

Thursday, 9 June 2022

Exposure, risk assessment and risk mitigation

9.20 New hazard classes: PMT/vPvM (persistent, mobile and toxic and very persistent and very mobile) substances 

Bernhard Jene, BASF, Germany

9.50 Exposure assessment goals to operationalise the exposure assessment for the risk assessment of non-target organisms, including bees

Paulien Adriaanse, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

10.20 Short break

Regulatory issues

10.30 Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 update

Mark Williams, European Commission, Belgium

11.30 Lunch break

Exposure, risk assessment and risk mitigation

12.30 An overview on exposure and risk assessments: Where have we come from and where are we heading?

  • The current and future role of crop protection in agriculture
  • What are the environmental safety challenges?
  • How did we start? Where are we now? Where are we heading?

Christopher Leake, Bayer Crop Science Division, Germany

13.00 Precision agriculture with variable and spotwise application: A calculation example and possible consequences for the risk assessment

  • Some background information on precision agriculture
  • Example calculation for leaching to groundwater and discussion on possible consequences for the risk assessment
  • Some issues for implementing precision application as part of the risk assessment for in-soil organisms (ecotoxicological perspective)

Mechteld ter Horst, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

13.30 Short break

13.40 Latest development on the assessment of soil photo transformation products in groundwater – making of and status quo on the new EFSA Guidance Document

Franziska Jentzsch, German Environment Agency (UBA), Germany

14.10 Recap on the TOPPS (Train Operator and Promote Best Practices & Sustainability) Water Protection Project by CropLife Europe (2005 to 2021)

  • Toolbox of TOPPS BMPs (best management practices) to enable structured risk management
  • Web-based Tools provide decisions support for farmers: Newest addition is the TOPPS-DROPS Point Source Tool
  • Training concepts and stakeholder perceptions

Volker Laabs, BASF, Germany

14.40 Short break

14.50 Working Group on risk mitigation measures (RMM) on active substance level 

  • The merit and aims of the Working Group
  • The projected scheme for assessing RMM at active substance level
  • First experiences of a pilot project 

Maarten Klunder, Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides – Ctgb, The Netherlands

15.20 End of the conference

Referenten

Name

Unternehmen

Adriaanse

Paulien Adriaanse

Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands

Paulien Adriaanse is a Senior Scientist at Wageningen University & Research. She works on environmental fate and exposure modelling of pesticides mainly in the area of surface waters. She has been a member of the EFSA Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues since 2015. Since September 2019 she has been a member of the EFSA WG on the Revision of the EFSA Guidance on the risk assessment for bees.

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Brown

Colin Brown

University of York, UK

Colin Brown is a Professor in Environmental Science at the University of York/UK. He has more than 20 years experience of research into the fate and effects of organic contaminants in the environment.

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Dayteg

Joachim Dayteg

Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES), Austria

Joachim Dayteg joined the Institute for Plant Protection Products of AGES Vienna in 2008 as an Environmental Fate and Behaviour Risk Assessor. He is the initiator of the harmonisation efforts in fate and behaviour in the Central zone.

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Farama

Emilie Farama

Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES), France

Emilie Farama has been the Deputy Head of the Ecotoxicology and E-Fate Risk Assessment Unit for Pesticides and Fertilisers at ANSES since 2018. She joined ANSES in 2006 as an Environmental Fate and Behaviour Risk Assessor for active substances and plant protection products.

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Wolfgang Janzen

German Environment Agency (UBA), Germany

Jene

Bernhard Jene

BASF, Germany

Bernhard Jene is an Environmental Scientist at BASF in Limburgerhof with a PhD in soil physics. He has more than 20 years of experience in the area of environmental fate and exposure modelling of pesticides.

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Jentzsch

Franziska Jentzsch

German Environment Agency (UBA), Germany

Franziska Jentzsch is a chemist with interest in photolytically processes, analytically methods and the behaviour of chemicals in the environment. She works in the Unit of Plant Protection Products at the German Environment Agency (UBA).

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Klunder

Maarten Klunder

Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides - Ctgb, The Netherlands

Maarten Klunder is working as a Team Leader (fate and behaviour) at the plant protection product authorisation authority in the Netherlands (Ctgb). He has worked nine years in the field of fate and behaviour of pesticides of which two years in the industry and seven years as Dutch Regulatory Authority (Ctgb).

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Laabs

Volker Laabs

BASF, Germany

Volker Laabs has been with BASF for 9 years and is currently leading the Global Product Stewardship Team. He has more than 15 years experience in the area of environmental fate of pesticides.

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Leake

Christopher Leake

Bayer Crop Science Division, Germany

Christopher Leake is an Environmental Safety Manager at Bayer Crop Science Division responsible for the areas of environmental fate, ecotoxicology and risk assessment. He has over 30 years of experience in this area.

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Mackay

Neil Mackay

FMC Agricultural Solutions, UK

Neil Mackay is an Environmental Fate Modelling specialist in FMC Agricultural Solutions. He is active in strategic product development and regulatory exposure and risk assessment activities. His previous work experience includes employment as a Senior Research Scientist in the Environment Safety Assessment Group of DuPont Crop Protection and as a consultant to both industry and government bodies, primarily in Europe.

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Andy Massey

Health and Safety Executive, Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD), UK

Andy Massey works for the Chemicals Regulation Division of the Health and Safety Executive in York, where he is involved in environmental fate assessment of chemicals for registration purposes in the UK.

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Peters

Anna Peters

German Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), Germany

Anna Peters is a Chemist and has been working as a Scientist in the Department of Plant Protection Products (PPP) at the German BVL since 2019.

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Peter Rainbird

Syngenta Crop Protection, Switzerland

Peter Rainbird is an Environmental Fate Modelling and regulatory specialist in Syngenta Crop Protection AG, Switzerland. He is principally engaged in setting strategy for regulatory exposure, risk assessment and exposure modelling for European risk assessments. With a background in computational fluid mechanics in the environment, his previous work experience includes employment as technical software engineer in various fields including space science, race car aerodynamics and windfarm design.

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Stadlinger

Nadja Stadlinger

Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI), Sweden

Nadja Stadlinger is an Ecotoxicologist and joined the Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI) in Sundbyberg, Sweden, in 2021. Since then she has been working at the unit of environmental assessment with pesticide fate evaluations. She has a previous background as a researcher at Stockholm University.

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Michael Stemmer

Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES), Austria

Michael Stemmer started to work at the Austrian AGES in 2005 as an Environmental Risk Evaluator for the use of pesticides. He has been a member of the EFSA PPR Panel from 2015-2018. He joined the working groups on PEC in soil, aged sorption and FOCUS surface water repair action.

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Vereecken

Harry Vereecken

Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

Harry Vereecken is a Professor and the Director of the Institute Agrosphere within the Department of Bio- and Geosciences at the Forschungszentrum Jülich.

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Villeneuve

Janice Villeneuve

Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA), Canada

Janice Villeneuve has been working with the Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency in the Environmental Assessment Directorate since 2000. She has 22 years of experience working in the area of environmental risk assessment of pesticides and has experience in many aspects of environmental risk assessment and mitigation. Recently Janice has moved to the role of National Manager Water Monitoring.

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Marc Voltz

French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE), France

Marc Voltz has been working as Research Director at the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment,(INRAE) in Montpellier. He used to be head of the Laboratory for the Study of Soil-Agrosystem-Hydrosystem interactions (LISAH), a research unit under INRAE, IRD and Institut Agro, and then was leader of the air, water and soil research topic at the Environment and Agronomy Division at INRAE. Marc is also an Adjunct Professor in Soil Hydrology at L'Institut Agro, the School of Agronomy in Montpellier.

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Williams

Mark Williams

European Commission, Belgium

Mark Williams has a background in biochemistry and biomedicine and is a Policy Officer in the Pesticides and Biocides Unit at DG SANTE. Mark is working primarily on the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009, focussed on topics related to the approval of active substances and the decision making process for new substances, renewal of approval and confirmatory information. In addition, Mark works on the development of new legislation and guidance, including most recently the new implementing rules for renewal of approval and the guidance on emergency authorisations. He is also involved in various activities related to groundwater and drinking water, and is responsible for the implementation of the Plant Protection Products Application Management System (PPPAMS). Before joining the Commission in 2015 he worked at the Health and Safety Executive in the UK.

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Mechteld ter Horst

Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

Mechteld ter Horst is a Scientist at Wageningen Environmental Research. She is part of a team that develops and applies the pesticide fate models for surface waters, TOXSWA and leaching to groundwater, PEARL. She is working in national and international projects on fate and exposure modelling of pesticides and on development of guidance and methods for the environmental risk assessment of pesticides. She is experienced in higher-tier modelling techniques as calibration, sensitivity analysis and optimisation of model parameters.

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