DESIGNATED – LICENSED CHINESE RODENTICIDE
‘Designated-site Rodenticides’, a direct translation based on the Chinese language, means the active ingredients of rodenticides legally manufactured in China that must be approved by 3 State Ministries: (1) Pesticide (rodenticides) Registration in MOA, (2) Production site (environmental & safety) Evaluation by MIIT, (3) Qualified manufacturing (standard) Authorisation by AQSIQ.
China MIIT has so far approved the manufacturing of 2 rodenticide active ingredients, which are, Brodifacoum and Bromadiolone, at only 2 designated sites (2 legal manufacturers) including Siyang under the safety laws and environmental regulations.
RESTRICTED – RODENTICIDE CONTROLLED IN CHINA
Since the latest 2005 National Industrial Policy of “Regulations on Promoting Industrial Structure Adjustment” with the “Catalogue for Guiding Industry Restructuring (updated to 2019)” were promulgated, China has banned any new rodenticide manufacturers and production projects.
According to 2017 MOA Order No. 2567, the Chinese Rodenticide (6 Active Registrations: Flocoumafen, Sodium Diphacinone, Warfarin, Coumatetralyl, Bromadiolone, Brodifacoum) will be subject to designation marketing management, mainly traceable ID-verified purchase and Restricted-license sales at the State designated sites.