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Thailand intends to ban the use of insecticides in consumer goods and agricultural products
Recently, the Thai Food and Drug Administration issued a revised draft to reclassify the insecticide multi-worm as a Type 4 hazardous substance
Previously, the substance was classified as a Type 3 hazardous substance, and this change will result in a ban on the use
of polypesticides in consumer and agricultural products.
Thailand's Food and Drug Administration has investigated the substance for human life and health in a variety of ways, including toxic residues in agricultural products provided by the U.
Environmental Protection Agency, the World Health Organization and other relevant studies.
Due to its high toxicity and acute hazard to human health, authorities recommend a ban on the use
of polyinsecticides in household products and agricultural products.
Thai regulations stipulate that a license is required for Type 3 hazardous substances, while Type 4 hazardous substances are prohibited from being produced or imported/exported
According to the revised draft, polyinsecticides will be banned from production or import/export