We offer a wide range of regulatory studies including those shown below, and with our strong track record in each we can meet the high standards of testing you are looking for.
Our risk assessment services are supported by our extensive GLP-compliant analytical chemistry capability.
With over 100 analytical chemists and over 50 mass spectrometers, our state of the art laboratories are extremely well equipped with modern, sophisticated analytical instrumentation.
We offer two tiers of testing including algal growth inhibition tests and fish testing. All of our Aquatic Toxicology Testing is available with full GLP compliance.
We have state of the art analytical capability to perform the studies including Adsorption/Desorption Using a Batch Equilibrium Method and Leaching in Soil Columns, among others.
The use of in silico methods allows for the estimation of necessary data to help comply with regulatory schemes for a range of applications, such as agrochemicals, biocides, cosmetics, human and animal medicines, food additives and industrial chemicals under REACH, including their impurities, metabolites and degradation products.
Fera offer a wide range of GLP compliant terrestrial effect studies that may be required for your REACH registration (soil organisms tests) in support of product development, innovation and registration for the plant protection, biocides, veterinary medicinal industries and chemical industries.
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Fera can support our partners with our new end-to-end offer which will provide you with a complete service to get your chemicals REACH registered. Our regulatory specialists and scientists are highly experienced in working through the challenges of REACH and can help you addressing requests from the authorities if your REACH registered substances have been chosen for.
We can investigate the fate of chemicals under non-standard scenarios performed to GLP standards for registration purposes including:
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