In the realm of toxicology, it is widely known that pesticides play imperative roles in our daily lives. Agricultural industries in particular rely upon the safety and efficacy of chemicals used on food items to prevent pest-related spoilage. One might think that a pesticide database such as the EPA Establishment Number Database or the Pesticide Action Network serves as a crucial resource for helping researchers identify and analyze proposed agricultural chemicals.
The problem, however, is that an EPA pesticide database does not exist for streamlined use. Instead, arduous search algorithms exclude potentially important documents such as international studies and unpublished abstracts, and complicate the user’s progress. While the EPA is an invaluable warehouse of information, we are here to explain a better way to obtain results from a pesticide database. For more information about the best methods, tools, and resources for obtaining chemical research, download our free whitepapers!
Stringent Regulations Call for Unfaltering Databases
Pesticides are highly regulated substances. Since manufacturers require permits for products that employ pesticides, it is extremely important for chemical researchers to quickly find the correct literature. Often, these manufacturers need to supply additional literature for the purpose of renewing their permit. Under traditional circumstances, this process could take months.
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This Pesticide Database Contains an Archive Collection from:
- Pesticides Abstracts (PESTAB)
- Health Aspects of Pesticides Abstract Bulletin (HAPAB)
- Environmental Mutagen Information Center File (EMIC)
- Environmental Teratology Information Center File (ETIC)
- Hazardous Materials Technical Center (HMTC)
- Poisonous Plants Bibliography (PPBIB)
And much more!
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- Work directly with chemicals in the workplace or environment
- Create educational or training materials
- Implement chemical approval processes
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- Author and verify MSDS and product labels
- Create regulatory submission documents
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