Presentations and posters from the last CIPAC Symposium in Athens, Greece, 2015


♦  Need for high and constant quality of pesticides for implementing Good Agriculture Practice
Á Ambrus and L Benke, Invited Speaker and National Food Chain Safety, Office, Directorate of Plant Protection, Soil Conservation and Agrienvironment, Hungary
The Growing Challenge Caused by Illegal Pesticide Trade
C Herrmann, Invited Speaker, Bayer CropScience, Germany
HCPA's stewardship projects on container management and anticounterfeit
F Ydraiou, Greece, Hellenic Crop Protection Association
The sustainable use of pesticides. The success story of LIFE + ECOPEST
K Machera, Greece, Benaki Phytopathological Institute
Illegal plant protection products marketed as parallel import products Cases in Greece
D Vlachos, Greece, Ministry of Reconstruction of Production, Environment and Energy Rural Development
Counterfeit and illegal pesticides: Strategies for addressing the issue in the analytical laboratory
H Karasali, Greece, Benaki Phytopathological Institute
Applications of advanced instrumental analytical techniques in the field of pesticide formulations (Impurities, illegal, counterfeit, spraying solutions and unknown samples)
G Balayiannis, Greece, Benaki Phytopathological Institute
Uncommon formulation for tailor-made applications
R Kober et al., BASF SE, Germany
A view on co-formulants – regulations and influence on formulation type
A Steer, Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), Germany
Biological products in Crop Protection
B Wiese, Bayer CropScience, Germany
Laboratory alternatives for small countries – two examples of outsourcing pesticide surveys
K Ziller, Germany

The laboratory accreditation for the analysis of the plant protection products: an Italian experience
A Santilio and P Stefanelli, National Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità), Italy

EU and national evaluation of active substances, plant protection products and biocidal products on E-Fate, chemical composition, physical properties and analytical methods
A Angouridou, K Dandika and P Gatos, Greece, Benaki Phytopathological Institute
The rules for pesticide residues in food
K Liapis, Greece, Benaki Phytopathological Institute
Storability of metaldehyde containing snail bait during summer season
U Streit, U Schaller, A Bächli, M Stüssi and B Patrian, Agroscope, Switzerland

Targeted versus non-targeted screening in pesticide residue analysis
J Garvey, The Pesticide Control Laboratory, Ireland

Horwitz Ratio (HorRat) - As an extended criterion fior the assessment of the reproducibility in collaborative trial
Michael Haustein, on behalf of DAPA (German speaking working group for ppp analysis)
Also available as ppt.


♦  Monitoring method requirements for pesticide and biocide active substances in the EU
P Liney, Exponent International Ltd., United Kingdom 
Water quality: determination of neonicotinoids by liquid chromatography
G Vyarych, A Grynko and V Mykhaylov, L I Medved’s Research Center of Preventive Toxicology, Food and Chemical Safety, Ministry of Health, Ukraine
Survey of the Quality of insecticides in aerosol products used in Public Health in Thailand
J Nitchanpansri, S Meethong and H Chivanit, Department of Medical Sciences, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
Matrine and Oxymatrine in Corroborant Plant Extract and Fertilizers: HPLC/MS-MS method development and single-laboratory validation
L Sabationo, M Scarangella, F Lazzaro, M Scordino, G Picariello, C Leotta, P Traulo and G Gagliano, Ministero delle politiche aricole alimentary e forestali MiPAAF) – Dipartimento dell’Ispettorato central della repression frodi e della qualità dei prodotti agro-alimentari (ICQRF) – Laboratorio di Catania, Italy
Comparison of release characteristics of polyethylene monofilament LLIN and polypropylene multifilament LLIN
S Anand, R Jayalakshmi and R Natarajan, Vector Control Innovation Private Ltd., India
Method for pesticides analysis in water using C18 SPE disk extraction and GC/MS/MS triple quadrupole analysis with large volume injection
V E Nakano, T A Kussumi, S B Rocha, V R R Lemes, , M C Cardeal de Oliveria and K S Ozawa, Instituto Adolfo Lutz, São Paulo, SP – Brazil and Department of Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Gel-permeation chromatography in analytical chemistry pesticides
V Chmil, L I Medved’s Research Center of Preventive Toxicology, Food and Chemical Safety, Ministry of Health, Ukraine
Data requirements for the EU approval of active substances and their plant protection products regarding the identity, the physicochemical properties and methods of analysis under Regulation EC 1107/2009
K Dandika, P Gatos, N Maragou, A Aggouridou and H Karasali, Benaki Phytopathological Institute, Greece
Laboratory Challenges against Illegal Trade. Are Screening methods a solution?
H Karasali, C J Anagnostpoulos, K Liapis, Benaki Phytopathological Institute, Greece
CIPAC – Recent Developments & Updates of Analytical and Phys/Chem Methods in a Global Network
R Kober, T Kröhl and P Falcigno (BASF SE) on behalf of CropLife/ECPA, Specifications Expert Group (SEG)