The abbreviation CIPAC stands for Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council. We are an international, non-profit-oriented and non-governmental organization (see Contact) devoted to:

 

  promote the international agreement on methods for the analysis of pesticides and physico-chemical test methods for formulations;
  ♦  promote inter-Iaboratory programmes for the evaluation of test methods

 

The methods are proposed by companies and are tested by laboratories all over the world. After evaluation of the results and adoption, the methods are published in the CIPAC Handbooks (see "CIPAC Methods" and "CIPAC Publication").


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Next CIPAC meeting: 9 -18 June, 2020 in Geneva, Switzerland  

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16.09.2019 

CIPAC Information Sheet no. 323

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Collaborative trial November 2019 - January 2020. Those who wish to participate should contact the organizer by 4th of October 2019.

Note: The trial is limited to maximum 18 participating laboratories because of the availability of samples. The selection is based on the application order.

The information sheet with further information can be downloaded here.

16.09.2019 

CIPAC Information Sheet no. 322

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Collaborative trial October 2019 - December 2019. Those who wish to participate should contact the organizer by 30th of September 2019.

The information sheet with further information can be downloaded here.

16.09.2019 

CIPAC Information Sheet no. 321

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Collaborative trial November 2019 - March 2020. Those who wish to participate should contact the organizer by 30th of September 2019.

Note: The trial is limited to maximum 15 participating laboratories because of the availability of samples. The selection is based on the application order.

The information sheet with further information can be downloaded here.

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