Regarding "EFSA Scientific Report (2007) 108, 1-82, Conclusion on the peer review of chloridazon"

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Dear European Food Safety Authority,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

I would like access all the studies/documentation which the Efsa' conclusions of "EFSA Scientific Report (2007) 108, 1-82, Conclusion on the peer review of chloridazon" is based upon.

An example of this is the studies which the data in appendix's is based upon.

I would also like access to information showing who paid for these studies/documentation, information on which specific persons who made the studies, and information on if these studies was sponsored/paid for by private organizations or other parties.

Yours faithfully,
Jens Holm
Journalist at (Denmark)
Phone: +45 2371 3358, Europäische Behörde für Lebensmittelsicherheit

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Yours sincerely,


Maria Simona Isidori



EFSA Public Access to Documents team

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Dear Mr. Holm,
With reference to your request for public access to documents registered
with EFSA as PAD 2018/097, we would like to point out that the scientific
background documentation regarding EFSA's ‘Conclusion regarding the peer
review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active substance
chloridazon’ ([1] is
publicly available in EFSA’s Register of Questions, where you can find:

* EFSA’s Peer Review Report on Chloradizon, dated 16 April 2007 (444
* Final addendum to the Draft Assessment Report (DAR) on the active
substance Chloridazon, dated May 2007 (297 pages)

You are able to access the documents in EFSA’s Register of Questions by
using this direct link:
Please be informed that the DAR on the active substance Chloridazon is
also accessible on EFSA’s website:
We hope these documents may satisfy your request and you find them
interesting. Since your public access request contained a specific
reference to studies in relation to this active substance, we would ask
you in accordance with Article 6(2) of the PAD Regulation (EC) No
1049/2001 to further clarify which studies you may be interested in, based
on the reference lists provided in the Volume 2 of the DAR
([4] ).
Thank you very much  in advance for any your further clarification on your
request, which will be dealt with in accordance with the PAD Regulation.
Kind regards,
Claus Reunis
Public Access Team
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

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