Before most government agencies will approve a chemical product for registration and use, they examine the product’s chemistry, environmental fate, and residue levels to determine the exposure risk to humans and the environment. This involves reviewing field studies and exposure models that predict how a product will interact with its target and the surrounding environment.
TSG’s chemists have many years of industrial experience preparing descriptions of the product manufacturing process, including the critical examination of impurities that might be formed during the process. Failure to identify and analyze for potential impurities can seriously delay product approvals, and TSG helps provide the proper oversight to prevent such delays.
TSG can help
- Compile chemistry volumes for registrations
- Place and monitor studies
- Provide data generation and compensation support
- Develop protocol guidelines
- Establish Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs)
- Analyze residue presence
- Develop exposure models
- Perform risk assessments