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3501 et seq. (OMB Control No. 2070-0060). Responses to this
collection of information are mandatory (40 CFR 158). An agency
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of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response. Send
comments on the Agency's need for this information, the accuracy of
the provided burden estimates and any suggested methods for
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completed form to this address.
4. Rcgistlation Number/Filc Symbol: Enter the EPA registration number
12. EPA Reg. No.: Specify the EPA registration number, if any, for each
5. EPA Product Manager/Team Number: Enter the name and team
data required under 40 CFR Part 158.
or file symbol, if known for this product
number of the EPA Product Manager assigned to this product, if known.
6. Country Where Formulated: Specify the country where this product is
7. Weight per Gallon/Bulk Density: For a liquid product specify pounds per
gallon of formulated product. For a powder or granular product, enter the
hulk density of formulated product (as used). Enter weight per unit if the
product is produced as a tablet, briquette, or other uniformly shaped product
8. pH: Enter the pH of aqueous formulations and products which are either
dispersible or soluble in water. If not applicable enter "N/A".
9. Flash Point/Flame Extension: Specify the flash point as determined by
the regulations for pressurized products and/or products known or suspected
to burn. State the results of the flame extension test for pressurized products
including positive flashbacks.
10. Components in Formulation: List as actually introduced into the
The complete chemical composition of each pesticide must be known so it can
he evaluated for registration under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and
Rodenticide Act, as amended.
This form is designed for reporting the ingredients used in the formulation of
a pesticide product. It must be completed and submitted with each application
for new registration of a pesticide and application for amended registration if
the revision involves a formula change.
Block A: Check the appropriate action for which you are submitting the
Block B: Number all pages consecutively. Enter on each page the total
number of pages submitted. If more than one page is required, number them
"1 of 2", "2 of2", "3 of 3", etc.
1. Name and Address of Applicant/Registrant: Enter the name and
address of your firm or authorized agent.
2. Name and Address of Producer: Specify the name of the producer and
the address of the site where this product will be produced.
formulation. For each component in your formulation, provide the product
name, commonly accepted chemical, the trade name, and the Chemical
Abstract (CAS) number for each identifiable ingredient present in the product.
CAS numbers may be obtained from the Chemical Abstract Service of the
American Chemical Society, Columbus, OH. For each original and
alternate source of each active ingredient in the product, indicate the percent
purity of the manufacturing use product, technical product, or other source
of active ingredient. If one or more components will be obtained from more
than one source, enter all alternate sources and all alternate EPA Reg. Nos.
in blocks 10, 11, and 12 or on a separate attachment.
Attention: (Special Instructions for Columns 10, 13, and 14) Any impurities
greater than or equal to 0.1% (or less than 0.1% if the impurity is
13. Each Component in Formulation a. Amount: Specify the quantity of
each component as actually introduced into the formulation. Units (e.g.,
pounds, grams, gallons, liters) should be expressed as used in the
formulation. If the quantity is a liquid measure, enter the volume and the
specific gravity or the pounds per gallon of the
a. Percent by Weight: Specify the weight percentage of each component in
your formulation. Check Your Calculations. Note that the weight percentage
in many cases will not agree with that shown on the label ingredient statement
where the weight percentage of the per active ingredient(s) must he declared.
Attention: Producers of Microbial Products: Special Instructions for
Column 13b.) Please state the percent of active ingredient in British
International Units (BIUs). International Toxic Units (ITUs). Polyhedral
Inclusion Bodies (PIBs)(viruses), Colony Forming Units (CFUs)(Fungi), as
appropriate, and include an equivalent statement of active ingredient per
milligram, ounce, pound, etc. of product (e.g., a 50% active Bacillus
thuringiensis product may have an equivalency value of 1.59 million
Aedis aegypti ITU per pound of product.
14. Certified Limits: These limits are to be set based on representative
sampling and chemicnl analysis (i.e., quality control) of the product.
a. Upper Limit: Specify the maximum percentage of each active ingredient,
intentionally added inert ingredient, and any impurities greater than 0.1% to
he permitted in the product.
b. Lower Limit: Specify the minimum percentage of each active ingredient
and intentionally added inert ingredient to he permitted in the product.
of n technical grade (manufacturing or reformulating use) product or an end
15. Purpose In Formulation: Specify the purpose of each ingredient both
active and inert. (For example, disinfectant, herbicide, synergist surfactant,
defoamer, sequestrant, etc.) If space is insufficient, abbreviate.
upper certified limits in columns I3 and 14.
16. Typed Name of Approving Offirial: Complete this item for
toxicologically significant) which are associated with the active ingredient(s)
use product produced by an integrated formulations system should also be
listed in column 10, and the corresponding amount, percent by weight, and
11. Supplier Name and Address: Provide the name and address of the
supplier of each component in the formulation. If one or more components
will be obtained from more than one source, specify the names addresses
of the alternate sources also.
3. Product Name: Specify the complete name of this pesticide product as it
will appear on the label. This name must be the same as that which appears
on the application form.
EPA Form 8570-4 (Rev. 8-94) Reverse
active ingredient in the formulation. If an unregistered active ingredient is
used, have the suppliers submit the chemical specifications, as well as any
*U.S. GOP: 2000-519-239/94558
identification of individual to he contacted if necessary
17. Total Weight: Specify the total weight of the batch (column 13a.) 1821: Complete these items for identification of individual to be contacted if
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