Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)
Emissions from Pesticides

Products Proposed for Cancellation

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In April 2006, the Department of Pesticide Regulation proposed cancellation of nearly 100 pesticide products because registrants failed to provide data requested in a February 2005 reevaluation notice, PDF (154 kb). The notice required registrants to submit data on volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in their products by December 31, 2005. (This press release provides more detail on the proposed cancellation action.)

Cancellation hearings were scheduled for late June 2006. Before they could be held, the 53 registrants of the affected products complied with the reevaluation notice. Therefore, their products are no longer subject to cancellation. The list below notes why each proposed action was withdrawn (data submitted, exemption request granted, or product withdrawn from the California market).