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Control Programs for Pesticide Residues

To ensure compliance with maximum residue levels of pesticides and to assess the consumer exposure to pesticide residues in and on food of plant and animal origin Multiannual Control Programmes for Pesticide Residues (MACP) are run within the EU and EFTA. In addition every country runs its national control programs that are complementary to the MACP. The MACP scope is redesigned every year and updated regulations are published that cover a period of three years with the last two years being provisional.

A list of the MACP-Regulations and EFSA annual reports is listed below.

To help the member states in the design of their national control programs and give them persepctive as regards the potential inclusion of pesticides in future MACP-regulations the Commission anually publishes a non-binding Pesticides Working Document (WD, see below).

An overview of the Methods developed or validated by the EURLS on compounds included in the MACP-Regulations or the MACP-WDs can be found in the EURL Method Finder List (see below).

The LOQ Working Document gives recommendations on the summing up of LOQs in case of complex residue definitions: LOQ Working Document.



MACP Regulation for Working Document (WD)
EURL Method Finder List Annual Report
2019 - 2021      
2018 - 2020

SANCO/12745/2013 rev. 9(1)

21-22 Nov. 2017

List 2018 
(last update: 28.12.2017)

2017 - 2019

SANCO/12745/2013 rev. 7(3)

28-29 Nov. 2016
 List 2017
(last update: 17.03.2017)
2016 - 2018

SANCO/12745/2013 rev. 6(3)

30 Nov./1 Dec. 2015

List 2016  
2015 - 2017   List 2015 Report 2015 
2013 - 2015     Report 2014Report 2013
2012-2014     Report 2012
2011-2013     Report 2011
 2010-2012     Report 2010
 2009-2011     Report 2009
 2008     Report 2008
 2007     Report 2007

Report 2006,
Annex I, Annex II, Annex III

2005     Report 2005
2004     Report 2004
2003     Report 2003
2002     Report 2002
2001     Report 2001
2000     Report 2000
1999     Report 1999



Published 20-02-2008, 12:03:59

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