Regulation of veterinary medicines streamlined

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has streamlined the regulation of veterinary medicines by issuing four new group standards covering formulated medicines and active ingredients used in the manufacture of veterinary medicines and agrichemicals.

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has streamlined the regulation of veterinary medicines by issuing four new group standards covering formulated medicines and active ingredients used in the manufacture of veterinary medicines and agrichemicals.


The standards were developed following applications by ARPPA and Agcarm, seeking a more efficient system of approval. Previously, veterinary medicines required individual approvals from the EPA.

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