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Pesticide Registration

EPA Decision Documents for Emergency Exemption Requests for Use Of Grignard Pure

On Thursday, January 14, 2021, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an emergency exemption for an antiviral air treatment, Grignard Pure, to be used in certain indoor spaces where social distancing can be challenging. This exemption has been granted to Georgia and Tennessee. After carefully reviewing safety and efficacy data, EPA has determined the product will provide another tool to assist Americans during the current public health emergency.

These documents explain EPA’s decision to approve these Section 18 requests and provide information on the proper use of these products.

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