Chlorfenapyr
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US Maximum Residue Levels in Food Commodities
 
 

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A  February 15, 2005, check at the Code of Federal Regulations for Chlorfenapyr: this insecticide is permitted in or on 17 food commodities in the United States.

Also, a new tolerance of 0.01 ppm was established in January 2005 for residues of chlorfenapyr in or on all food commodities as a result of application of chlorfenapyr to crack, crevice and spot applications in food/feed handling areas where food/feed products are prepared, held, processed, or served .

[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 40, Volume 22]
[Revised as of July 1, 2004]
From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access
[CITE: 40CFR180.513]
[Page 488]

TITLE 40--PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT

CHAPTER I--ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

PART 180_TOLERANCES AND EXEMPTIONS FROM TOLERANCES FOR PESTICIDE CHEMICALS
IN FOOD--Table of Contents

Subpart C_Specific Tolerances

Sec. 180.513 Chlorfenapyr; tolerances for residues.
(a) General. Tolerances are established for residues of the
insecticide chlorfenapyr [4-bromo-2-(4-chlorophenyl)-1-(ethoxymethyl)-5-
(trifluoromethyl)-1H-pyrrole-3-carbonitrile] in or on the following raw
agricultural commodities:
Commodity

As of
January 5,
2002

PPM

As of
November 24,
2003

PPM

As of
February 15,
2005

PPM

Vegetables, fruiting, group 8

(RE: Final Rule, September 26, 2003, Federal Register)

This group includes 17 commodities - see Ref. 1 below.

Not listed 1.0 1.0
CATTLE, FAT
0.10
Not listed Not listed
CATTLE, MEAT
0.01
Not listed Not listed
CATTLE, MEAT BYPRODUCTS
0.3
Not listed Not listed
COTTON, GIN BYPRODUCTS
2.0
Not listed Not listed
COTTON, UNDELINTED SEED
0.5
Not listed Not listed
GOAT, FAT
0.10
Not listed Not listed
GOAT, MEAT
0.01
Not listed Not listed
GOAT, MEAT BYPRODUCTS
0.3
Not listed Not listed
HOG, FAT
0.10
Not listed Not listed
HOG, MEAT
0.01
Not listed Not listed
HOG, MEAT BYPRODUCTS
0.3
Not listed Not listed
HORSE, FAT
0.10
Not listed Not listed
HORSE, MEAT
0.01
Not listed Not listed
HORSE, MEAT BYPRODUCTS
0.3
Not listed Not listed
MILK
0.01
Not listed Not listed
MILK, FAT
0.15
Not listed Not listed
SHEEP, FAT
0.10
Not listed Not listed
SHEEP, MEAT
0.01
Not listed Not listed
SHEEP, MEAT BYPRODUCTS
0.3
Not listed Not listed

[Re: FINAL RULE, January 26, 2005, Federal Register]

(2) A tolerance of 0.01 parts per million is established for
residues of chlorfenapyr in or on all food commodities (other than
those covered by a higher tolerance as a result of use on growing
crops) in food/feed handling areas where food/feed products are
prepared, held, processed, or served
and in accordance with the
following prescribed conditions:

(i) Application shall be no greater than a 0.5% active ingredient
solution for spot crack and crevice use in food/feed handling
establishments, where food and food products are held, processed,
prepared and/or served.

(ii) Application may only be undertaken when the facility is not in
operation, and provided exposed food has been covered, or removed from
the area being treated prior to application.

(iii) Food contact surfaces and equipment should be throughly
washed with an effective cleaning compound, and rinsed with potable
water after each use of the product.

(iv) Contamination of food or food contact surfaces shall be
avoided. Application excludes any direct application to any food, food
packaging, or any food contact surfaces.

(v) To assure safe use, the label and labeling shall conform to
that registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and it
shall be used in accordance with such label and labeling.

[68 FR 55527, Sept. 26, 2003]

Reference

(Ref 1) Vegetable, fruiting, group 8. This group includes 17 commodities.

chili, postharvest • eggplant • groundcherry • pepino • pepper • pepper, bell • pepper, nonbell • pepper, nonbell, sweet • tomatillo • tomato • tomato, concentrated products • tomato, dried pomace • tomato, paste • tomato, puree • tomato, wet pomace • vegetable, fruiting • vegetable, fruiting, group

 
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