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Status of Actual/Anticipated Residue Tolerance Review Process

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As of October 31, 2013, EPA has screened dietary assessments for 296 pesticides or pesticide groupings with tolerance decisions made between August 1996 and the end of Fiscal Year 2010 (September 30, 2010). The Agency has determined that 286 continue to meet the FQPA safety standard and the next scheduled review for these chemicals will be conducted as part of the Registration Review process.

Further review is necessary for the remaining ten chemicals or chemical groups:

For many of the ten chemicals or chemical groups, new risk assessments are being conducted, risk assessments have been completed recently for other purposes, or more comprehensive risk assessments are planned. Consequently, the Agency decided to defer its final determination for these chemicals until the risk assessments are completed and any new risk management decisions are made. New assessments are conducted using the most recent monitoring data and risk assessment methodologies.

The tables below list the 296 reviewed chemicals or chemical groups according to the year the original tolerance decision was made. The table for 2010 contains recently reviewed chemicals, whereas the remaining tables reflect reviews conducted in previous years.

EPA’s goal is to complete its screening review approximately three years after the initial tolerance decisions. For example, by the end of 2014, all of the 2011 initial assessments will be screened and review determinations will be completed for most of the chemicals.

aPAD:
Acute Population Adjusted Dose
LOQ:
Level of Quantification
AR:
Anticipated or Actual Residue
MBS:
Market Basket Survey
cPAD:
Chronic Population Adjusted Dose
PCT:
Percent Crop Treated
D#
Tracking code for OPP Risk Assessments
PDP:
Pesticide Data Program
FDA:
Food and Drug Administration
RA:
Risk Assessment
FQPA:
Food Quality Protection Act
RAC:
Raw Agricultural Commodity
FRN:
Federal Register Notice
RED:
Reregistration Eligibility Decision
FT:
Field Trial
TRED
Tolerance Reassessment Decision
LOD:
Level of Detection    

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Summary of Tolerance Decisions

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2010 (9 Chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (9)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Flutriafol
128940
Tolerance level – Review Complete 75FR26668
05/12/10
 
Fenpyroximate
129131
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR63074
12/02/09
 

Fluoxastrobin
028869

Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR67108
12/18/09
75FR60327
09/30/10
 
Prosulfuron
129031
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR67114
12/18/09
 
Dinotefuran
044312
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR67098
12/18/09
 
Dithianon
099201
Field trial – Review Complete 75FR5518
02/03/10
Not registered – Import only
Aminopyralid
005100
Tolerance level – Review Complete 75FR17579
04/07/10
 
Cyromazine
121301
Tolerance level – Review Complete 75FR22252
04/28/10
 
S-Metolachlor
108800
Tolerance level – Review Complete 75FR56897
09/17/10
 

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2009 (10 Chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (10)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Saflufencil
118203
Tolerance level – Review Complete 743FR46683
09/11/09
 
Meptyldinocap
036000
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR48391 09/23/09 Not registered – Import only
Ipconazole
125618
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR69554 11/18/08  
Etofenprox
128965
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR75601 12/12/08  
Propoxycarbazone
122019
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR9373 03/04/09  
Quinoxyfen
055459
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR14738 04/01/09  
Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium
122021
Tolerance level – Review Complete 74FR23640 05/20/09  
Acibenzolar-S-methyl 061402 Field Trial - Review Complete 74FR24705 05/26/09  
d-Phenothrin 069005 Tolerance level - Review Complete 74FR32437 07/08/09  
Fenpyroximate 129131 Tolerance level - Review Complete 74FR37612 07/29/09  

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2008 (26 Chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (26)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Chlorantraniliprole
090600
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR25518 05/07/08  
Flubendiamide
027602
Field Trial – Review Complete 73FR47057 08/13/08  
Mandipropamid
036602
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR2812 01/16/08  
Pyridalyl 295149 Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR25528 05/07/08  
Pyroxsulam
108702
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR10398 02/27/08  
Spirotetramat
392201
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR39251 07/09/08  
Thiencarbazone
015804
Tolerance level – Review Complete D339777 06/25/08 Registered 09/30/08 Global Review
Acequinocyl
006329
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR17906 04/02/08  
Acetamiprid
099050
Field Trial - Review Complete 72FR67256 11/28/07 73FR2809 01/16/08  
Carfentrazone-ethyl
128712
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR9217 02/20/08  
Clothianidin
044309
Field Trial - Review Complete 73FR6851 02/06/08  
Cyazofamid
085651
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR21834 04/23/08  
Cyproconozole
128993
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR27756 05/14/08  
Cyprodinil
288202
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR50548 08/27/08  
Etoxazole
107091
Tolerance level - Review Complete 72FR72958 12/01/08  
Fenhexamid
090209
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR19150 04/09/08  
Flonicamid
128016
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR17918 04/02/08  
Fluazinam
129098
Field Trial - Review Complete 72FR60255 10/10/08  
Forchlorfenuron
128819
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR47841 08/15/08  
Flumioxazin
129034
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR11826 03/05/08 73FR39247 07/09/08  
Mesotrione
122990
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR1508 01/19/08 73FR9222 02/20/08
Metconazole
125619
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR22823 04/28/08  
Methoxyfenozide
121027
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR11820 03/05/08  
Pyraflufen-ethyl
030091
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR51738 09/05/08  
Spiromesifen
024875
Tolerance level – Review Complete 73FR13136 03/12/08 73FR52603 09/10/08  
Uniconazole
128976
Tolerance level - Review Complete 73FR51732 09/05/08  

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2007 (21 Chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (21)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Orthosulfamuron
108209
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR8928 02/28/07  
Prothioconazole
113961
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR11777 03/14/08  
Fluopicolide
027412
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR14443 03/28/08  
Fenazaquin
044501
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR44393 08/08/07  
Pyrasulfotole
000692
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR45649 08/15/07  
Tembotrione
012801
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR55078 09/28/07  
Florasulam
129108
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR55073 09/28/07  
Spinetoram
110008
Field Trial – Review Complete 72FR57489 10/10/07  
Dimethomorph
28800
Tolerance level – Review Complete 71FR76173 12/20/06  
Boscalid
128008
Tolerance level – Review Complete 71FR76185 12/20/06  
Fluroxypyr
128959
Tolerance level – Review Complete 71FR76200 12/20/06  
Fluthiacet-methyl
108803
Tolerance level – Review Complete 71FR77620 12/27/08  
Tribenuron-methyl
128887
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR11784 03/14/07  
Rimsulfuron
129009
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR41909 08/01/07  
Penoxsulam
119031
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR40759 07/25/07  
Pyriproxyfen
129032
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR46914 09/22/07  
Propylene oxide
042501
Field Trial – Review Complete 72FR49646 08/29/07  
Trifloxystrobin
129112
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR53440 09/17/07  
Sulfosulfuron
085601
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR54569 09/26/07  
Tepraloxydim
128974
Tolerance level – Review Complete 72FR54584 09/26/07  
N-Methyl Carbamates PDP – Review to be completed as part of Registration Review RED 09/24/07 Registration Review has been initiated on most N-methyl carbamates.
Aldicarb (098301) Formetanate HCl (097301) Oxamyl (103801)
Carbaryl (056801) Methiocarb (100501) Propoxur (047802)
Carbofuran (090601) Methomyl (090301) Thiodicarb (114501)

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2006 (32 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (32)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Biteranol
117801
Tolerance level – Review Complete TRED 11/30/05 D323894

Imazaquin
128848

Field Trial – Review Complete TRED 12/19/05 D302939
Tridemorph
121401
Tolerance – Review Complete TRED 01/11/06 D322126 & 8
Acetochlor
121601
Tolerance level - Review Complete TRED 03/14/06 D292336
MCPB
019201 & 02
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 03/27/06 D314047
Permethrin
109701
PDP Data used - Review Complete1 RED 04/03/06 D324993
Fomesafen
123802
Tolerance level – Review Complete 71FR25945 05/03/06 D325797
Dicloran DCNA
031301
PDP for most uses - Review Complete2 RED 06/14/06 D294460
Ethephon
099801
PDP for apples and grapes, FT - Review Complete3 TRED 06/15/06 D328666
Cacodylic Acid
012501
Canceled – Review Complete RED 2006 Moved from 2002
Oxytetracycline
006308
Field Trial – Review Complete TRED 06/30/06  
Streptomycin
006306
Tolerance Level – Review Complete TRED 06/30/06 D310386
Pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB)
056502
PDP - Review Complete4 RED 07/11/06 D312691
Sulfur Dioxide
077601
Tolerances Levels 5 - Review Complete RED 07/11/06 Inorganic Sulfites
Mineral Oil
063502
Study Data – Review Complete RED 07/12/06 Aliphatic Solvents
Sodium Cyanide
074002
Study Data – Review Complete TRED 07/13/06  
Propiconazole
122101
Tolerance Level – Review Complete RED 07/18/06 D329668
Ethylene Oxide
042301
Study Data – Review Complete TRED 07/24/06  
O-Phenylphenol
064108
Tolerance Level – Review Complete RED 07/28/06  
Amitraz
106201
Study Data – Review Complete TRED 07/31/06 D310227
Inorganic Bromides
081500 or 053200
Study Data – Review Complete TRED 08/01/06  
Methyl Bromide
053201
Study Data – Review Complete TRED 08/01/06  
TCMTB
035603
Tolerance Level – Review Complete RED 08/01/06 D322597
Triadimefon
109901
PDP or FDA monitoring on many fruit including Apples, Grapes, Pears, Pineapples, and Raspberries RED 08/01/06 D330611 Further Review Needed6
Triadimenol
127201
PDP or FDA monitoring on many fruit including Apples, Grapes, Pears, Pineapples, and Raspberries TRED 08/01/06 D330611 Further Review Needed – See Triadimefon
Fenbuconazole
129011
Field Trial – Review Complete 71FR55293 9/22/06 D316607
Spinosad
110003
Field Trial – Review Complete 71FR11519 3/8/06  
Paraquat dichloride
061601
Tolerance Level – Review Complete 71FR52487 9/6/06  
Difenoconazole
128847
Field Trial – Review Complete 71FR53979 9/13/06  
Synthetic Pyrethoids
Esfenvalerate Field trial  and monitoring data (PDP & FDA)   AR review will be conducted as a part of the cumulative risk assessment for the synthetic pyrethroids which will be conducted as part of the registration Review process.
Piperonyl Butoxide
067501
Some PDP, Field Trial and high end estimates until new FT data are submitted RED 06/14/06 Same as above 
Pyrethrins
069001
Primarily PDP RED 06/07/06 Same as above 
Triazines
Atrazine
080803
PDP for many fruits and vegetables, milk  RED 04/06/06 Further Reviews7
Propazine
080808
Tolerance level RED 04/06/06  
Simazine
080807
No detects in PDP or FDA monitoring RED 04/06/06 No dietary risk
Organophosphate Pesticides PDP – Review to be completed as part of
Registration Review
RED 07/31/06 Registration Review
has been initiated on all
OPs, including those
with import tolerances.
Acephate (103301) Disulfoton (032501) Oxydemeton Methyl (058702)
Azinphos Methyl (058001) Ethoprop (041101) Parathion (ethyl) (057501)
Bensulide (009801) Fenamiphos (100601) Phorate (057201)
Chlorpyrifos (059101) Fenitrothion (105901) Phosalone (097701)
Chlorpyrifos Methyl (059102) Malathion (055701) Phosmet (059201)
Diazinon (057801) Methamidophos (101201) Pirimiphos-methyl (108102)
Dichlorvos (084001) Mevinphos (105901) Profenofos (111401)
Dicrotophos (035201) Naled (034401) Terbufos (105001)
Dimethoate (035001)  

1Because the highest dietary risk is fairly low (17% of the aPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

2Because the highest dietary risk is fairly low (13% of the aPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

3Because the PDP residue levels used in the risk assessment are much lower than the field trial data levels, it is unlikely that new monitoring data would increase risk to above the LOC.

4Because the highest dietary risk is fairly low (34% of the cPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

5Because the tolerance level is well below the level that is generally regarded as safe (GRAS), dietary is not likely to be of exposure of concern.

6 New data currently being evaluated.

7 The dietary risk from this group of chemicals is very low (< of the PAD). However, because the most widely used of these chemicals is undergoing extensive peer review, the AR review will be deferred.

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2005 (31 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (31)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating
Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Nicosulfuron
129008
Tolerance level – Review Complete TRED 12/22/04 D302694
2, 4-D
030001
Field Trial, PDP for milk – Review Complete8 RED
06/21/05
D316597
2,4-DB
030801
Tolerance, Field Trial – Review Complete RED 01/31/05
06/21/05
D290486
Imazamethabenz
128842
Tolerance level – Review Complete TRED 02/28/05 D303060
Phenmedipham
098701
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 03/31/05 D327029
Nitrapyrin
069203
Field Trial and other study data – Review Complete RED 04/29/05 D298455
Procymidone
129044
Tolerance level – Review Complete TRED 07/11/05 D317735
Dimethipin
118901
Tolerance level (except for meat study data were used) – Review Complete RED 08/16/05 D299124
Flumiclorac-pentyl
128724
Tolerance level – Review Complete TRED 08/23/05 D302019
Metiram
014601
Field Trial and MBS - Review Complete9 RED 08/29/05 D291661
Maneb
014505
Field Trial and MBS - Review Complete10 RED 08/31/05 D295409
Pyrazon
069601
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/01/05 D302751
Aminopyridine
069201
All tolerances revoked - Review Complete 70FR55263 09/21/05 D336326
Ametryn
080801
Tolerance and Field Trial Studies – Review Complete RED 09/13/05 D316695
Fluazifop-butyl
122809
Tolerance Level – Review Complete TRED 09/13/05 D316891
Mancozeb
014504
Field Trial and MBS – Review Complete11 RED 09/20/05 D317416
Maleic Hydrazide
051501
Tolerance level – Review Complete TRED 09/22/05 D326315
Napropamide
103001
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/27/05 D312976
Ethofumesate
110601
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/28/05 D304056
Thidiazuron
120301
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/28/05 D311632
Bromine
008701
No food Uses - Review Complete TRED 09/30/05 D312659
Chloroneb
027301
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/30/05 D319995
Dodine
044301
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/30/05 D314321
Endothall
038901
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED 09/30/05 D322035
Ferbam
034801
Tolerance and Filed Trial – Review Complete RED 09/30/05 D304864
Fluometuron
035503
Field Trial and other study data – Review Complete RED 09/30/05 D300569
Tau-fluvalinate
109302
Tolerance level – Review Complete RED
09/30/05
D300201
Pyriproxyten
129032
Field Trial – Review Complete 70FR55733
9/23/05
D312387
Iprovalicarb
098359
AR for tomatoes - Review Complete 70FR55277
9/21/05
D317045
Spirodiclofen
124871
Field Trial - Review Complete 70FR40202
7/13/05
D285047
Tetraconazole
120603
Field Trial - Review Complete 70FR20821
4/22/05
D314309

8Because the highest dietary risk is fairly low (42% of the aPAD) and monitoring data were PDP residues in milk, it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

9Use of PDP and older MBS data continues to be protective because use patterns have not changed in such a way that would significantly increase dietary exposure.

10Use of PDP and older MBS data continues to be protective because use patterns have not changed in such a way that would significantly increase dietary exposure.

11Use of PDP and older MBS data continues to be protective because use patterns have not changed in such a way that would significantly increase dietary exposure.

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2004 (25 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (25)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue
Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Ethyl Naphthalene Acetate
056008
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 05/26/04 D295168
Avermectin
122804
Field Trail, MBS, & PDP (milk)
MBS for apples, celery, oranges, orange juice, pears, potatoes & tomatoes Review Complete12
70FR7876
02/16/05
65FR80353
12/21/00
D297225
Oryzalin
104201
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 05/26/04 D288403
Benfluralin
084301
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 07/31/04 D294493
Desmedipham
104801
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 07/31/04 D301539
Trifluralin
036101
Field Trial – Review Complete TRED 08/31/04  
Thifensulfuron Methyl
128845
Tolerance Level - Review Complete 69FR55975
09/17/04
D332697
12/12/06
Dimethenamid
129051
Tolerance Level - Review Complete 69FR57197
09/14/04
D304790
Flumetsulam
129016
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 09/16/04 D306239
Fluridone
112900
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 09/20/04 D306456
Chlorimuron
128901
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 09/24/04 D301317
Ethoxyquin
055501
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 09/27/04 D310459

Cycloate
004130
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 09/30/04  
MCPA
030501
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 09/30/04 D307892
Naptalam Sodium Salts
030703
Field Trial – Review Complete RED 09/30/04  
Thiram
079801
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 09/30/04 D293295
Pyraclostrobin
099100
Field Trial – Review Complete 69FR63083
10/29/04
D323632
11/30/05
Mepanipyrim
288203
Field Trial – Review Complete 69FR60820
9/30/04
D305695
Pyrimethanil
288201
Field Trial – Review Complete 69FR52434
8/26/04
D284866
DCPA
078701
FDA monitoring for lettuce only – Review Complete13 69FR51571
8/20/04
D283580
Spiroxamine
120759
Field Trial  - Review Complete 69FR42560
7/16/04
D284789
Novaluron
124002
Field Trial - Review Complete 69FR31013
6/2/04
D295824
Imidacloprid
129099
Tolerance Level – Review Complete 69FR30076
5/26/04
D337873
Fosthiazate
129022
Field Trial - Review Complete 69FR18263
4/7/04
D291003
Sulfuryl fluoride
078003
Magnitude of Residue – Review Complete 69FR3240
1/23/04
D312659

13Many uses were dropped during the reregistration process including the lettuce use.

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2003 (11 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (11)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue
Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Carboxin
090201
Tolerance level - Review Complete 67FR72846 12/09/02 RED issued on 06/26/06 based on D288406 (12/17/03)
4-chlorophenoxy -acetic acid
019401
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 04/02/03 D288835 (03/12/03)
Dinocap
036001
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 05/29/03 D278615 (11/07/01)
Lactofen
128888
Field Trial - Review Complete TRED 09/24/03 D269621 (01/15/02)
Sodium Acifluorfen Field Trial - Review Complete RED 09/26/03 D279497 (01/15/02)
Ziram
034805
Field Trial - Review Complete TRED 09/29/03 D280356 (01/29/02)
Famoxadone
113202
Field Trial - Review Complete 68FR39462
7/2/03
D276070 (04/29/03)
Thiacloprid
014019
Field Trial - Review Complete 68FR55503
9/26/03
D278485 (07/23/03)
Cyromazine
121301
ARs for ruminants - Review Complete 68FR72585
12/6/02
D284528 (07/1603)
Bifenthrin
128825
PDP, Field Trial for both acute and chronic Review Complete14 68FR23056
4/30/03
D283796 (09/04/02)
Bifenazate
000586
Field Trial (tomatoes only) - Review Complete 68FR55494
9/26/03
D286170 (05/30/03)

14Because the highest dietary risk is fairly low (< 22% of the cPAD) and all other PADs are below 10%, it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

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2002 (31 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (31)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue
Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Pymetrozine
101103
Field Trial - Review Complete 66FR66786
12/27/01
D279321 (12/20/01)
Ethalfluralin 113101 Tolerance level - Review Complete 67FR2333 01/17/02 D273508 (06/14/01) Residue values from 1995 RED used and tolerance level for new uses
Difenzoquat
106401
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 04/25/02 D279988 (02/07/02)
Diquat Dibromide
032201
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 04/25/02 D281200 (03/10/02)
Thiabendazole
060101
PDP and Field Trial – Review Complete15 RED 5/01/02 D381074 (08/12/10)
Propanil
028201
Field Trial - Review Complete TRED 05/20/02 D281147 (02/28/02)
Cyhalofop-butyl
082583
Field Trial (rice) - Review Complete 67FR38407
06/4/02
D277695 (04/10/03)
Fenbutatin Oxide 104601 PDP Monitoring data Review Complete16 TRED 05/31/02 D282791 (05/03/02)
Linuron
035506
Field Trial - Review Complete TRED 05/31/02 D271950 (04/16/02)
Norflurazon
105801
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 05/31/02 D279777 (12/20/01)
Triflumizole
128879
Field Trial - Review Complete 67FR40219
06/12/02
D280864 (04/25/02)
Metolachlor
108801
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 06/17/02 D282964 (05/23/02)
Propyzamide
101701
PDP & FDA Monitoring - Review Complete17 TRED 07/05/02 D275194 (03/08/02)
Tebuthiuron
105501
Magnitude of Residue - Review Complete TRED 07/05/02 D274580 (04/22/02)
Imazalil
111901
PDP Monitoring TRED 07/12/02 D280708 (02/07/02)
Further Review Needed18
Butylate
041405
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 07/19/02 D284229 (07/10/02)
Chlorpropham
018301
Chronic & Cancer – PDP Monitoring for potatoes TRED 07/19/02 D284229 (07/10/02)
Further Review Needed19
Primisulfuron
128973
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 07/23/02 D283729 (06/20/02)
Metsulfuronmethyl
122010
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RD 07/24/02 D281907 (06/26/02)
Chlorsulfuron
118601
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RD 07/30/02 D266070 (07/18/02)
Diuron
035505
Field Trial - Review Complete TRED 07/30/02 D291567 (07/03/03)
Endosulfan
079401
Field Trial and PDP & FDA Monitoring – Review Complete20 RED 07/31/02 D250471 (05/30/02)
Hexazinone
107201
Tolerance Level - Review Complete TRED 08/01/02 D275621 (06/05/02)
Methoprene
105401
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Asulum
106901
Field Trial - Review Complete TRED 08/01/02 D276505 (02/28/02)
Fenarimol
206600
FDA monitoring for apples, bananas, cherries, grapes, and pears  – Review Complete21 TRED 08/01/02 D283429 (06/07/02)
Oxyfluorfen
111601
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 08/02/02 D279694 (12/18/01)
Thiophanate-methyl
102001
MBC residues from benomyl derived from PDP data, Field Trial data used for TM 67FR55137
08/28/02
D275774 (04/25/02)
Further Review Needed22
Triclopyr
116001
ARs (chronic, acute) for rice, fish, shellfish, livestock commodities 67FR58712
09/18/02
This information provide by RD
Tolylfluanid
309200
Field Trial - Review Complete 67FR60130
09/25/02
D275570 (08/14/02)
Fenamidone
046679
Field Trial - Review Complete 67FR60966
09/27/02
D297216 (06/23/04)

15Because the highest dietary risk is low (< 5% of the cPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

16Because the highest dietary risk is very low (< 1% of the cPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the remigration review process.

17Because the highest dietary risk is very low (< 1% of the cPAD) and cancer risk is about 1 X 10-7, it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next

18Because cancer risk is very close to the Agency’s level of concern, further review considering newer data is needed.

19Because cancer risk is very close to the Agency’s level of concern, further review considering newer data is needed. Consequently, registration review will begin in 2010.

20Because the highest dietary risk is low (< 6% of the aPAD and cPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that the dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

21Because the highest dietary risk is fairly low (< 1% of the cPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that estimated dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

22Because cPAD is very close to the Agency’s level of concern, further review considering if newer data are needed. A new assessment is being scheduled.

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2001 (8 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (8)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Clopyralid
117403
Tolerance level - Review Complete 66FR2308
1/11/01
D270885
Clomazone
125401
Tolerance level - Review Complete 66FR68908
02/14/01
D280762
Flutolanil
128975
Tolerance level - Review Complete 66FR10196
02/20/01
D268880
Imazethapyr
128922 & 23
Review Complete 66FR14846
03/14/01
D232428 (04/23/02)
Thiamethoxam
060109
PCT and study data for chronic analysis - Review Complete 65FR80343
12/21/00;
66FR28386
5/23/01
D285545 (11/26/02)
Buprofezin
275100
Field Trial data for chronic - Review Complete 66FR46381
9/5/01
D244349 (06/06/00)
Metalaxyl
113501 & 02
Review Complete 66FR47994
09/17/01
 
Propargite
097601
Field Trial and PDP for grapes, citrus, potatoes, nectarines
Review Complete23
RED 09/28/01  

23Because the highest estimated dietary risks are low (1.8 X 10-7 and 2% of the aPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that estimated dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

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2000 (5 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (5)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue
Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Diclofop-methyl
110902
Field Trial - Review Complete 08/10/00-RA
RED 09/00
Some monitoring data - not used
Terrazole
(Etridiazole) 084701
Field Trial - Review Complete 06/06/00-RA
RED 09/00
No AR chronic and acute, and ½ LOQ for cancer
Triallate
078802
Field Trial - Review Complete 04/18/00-RA
RED 03/01
Some monitoring data - not used
Bentazon
103901
Field Trial - Review Complete 11/15/99-RA
FR 03/08/00
Only AR is  for succulent beans
Indoxacarb
067710
Field Trial - Review Complete 08/22/00-RA
FR 09/29/00
 

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1999 (36 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (36)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue
Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Captan
081301
Field Trial and monitoring data Review Complete24 RED 11/99
3-Carbamyl-2,4,
5-trichorobenzoic acid
599991
Exemption from tolerance - Review Complete    
Dichlorbenil
111001
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Dicofol
010501
Field Trial and monitoring data Review Complete25 RED 11/98  
EPTC
041401
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 12/99 citrus processing study needed
Folpet
081601
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 11/99 hops (imported) added in 2002
hops and avocado added in 2004
Magnesium Phosphide
066504
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 12/98
FR 06/09/99
LOD used
Methomyl
090301
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 12/98 Aggregate with thiodicarb
Pebulate
041403
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 11/98 ½ LOD for all RAC
Propachlor
019101
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 11/99  
TPTH
083601
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 9/99 ½ LOQ for metabolites & cooking study
Azoxystrobin
128810
Some Field Trial - Review Complete FR 3/17/99 AR for raisins and grapes only
Clofentezine
125501
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Dicamba
029801
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Difenoconazole
128847
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 06/02/99 No AR for acute
Emamectin
benzoate 122806
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 05/19/99 Acute - ½ LOD Chronic - no AR
Hexaconazole
128925
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 06/30/99 RA 4/20/99
Kresoxim-methyl
129111
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 06/10/99 Concentration factors
Picloram
005101
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Pyridate
128834
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Hexythiazox
129949
Tolerance Level - Review Complete Review Complete26    
Fosetyl-Al
123301
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Capsaicin
070701
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Coppers
(multiple #s)
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Tebuconazole
128997
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 01/08/99 Acute-AR, Chronic-TMRC
Cinnamaldehyde
040506
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Beauvaria bassiana
090305
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Trichoderma viride
119201
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Quinclorac
128974
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Tebufenozide
129026
Tolerance Level - Review Complete FR 04/07/99  
Halosulfuron
128721
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Aqueous ext of seaweed meal
900613
25(b) - Review Complete    
Ethylene
041901
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Gibberellic acid
043801
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Indolebutyric acid
046701
25(b) - Review Complete    
Pelargonic acid
031802
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    

24The Captan RED that was approved in November 1999 included the initial tolerance decision. Over the period from 1994-2003, total use has declined, particularly for high consumption foods such as apples. PDP monitoring data indicate similar or lower residue levels than those used for the initial assessment. Also, the highest acute risk is 36% of the PAD, the highest cPAD is <2%, and cancer risk is 1.3 X 10-7. Based on the stable use, stable or declining residues in available monitoring data and the portion of the risk cup available, the Agency believes that that residue levels used in its initial assessment would not increase in a way that would alter its initial safety finding. Therefore, the review is complete. Next scheduled review will be completed during registration review.

25The Dicofol RED that was approved in December 1999 included the initial tolerance decision. For acute risks, EPA only used study data and as such, the review is complete. However, extensive monitoring data were used for the chronic risk assessment used in making the safety determinations for existing tolerances. Over the period from 1994-2003, total use has remained stable, particularly for high consumption foods. PDP monitoring data indicate similar or lower residue levels than those used for the initial assessment. Also, the highest chronic risk is 38% of the PAD for children 1-6 years old. Commodities (apples and grapes) commonly consumed for this age group have stable use. Based on the stable use, stable or declining residues in available monitoring data and the portion of the risk cup available, the Agency believes that that residue levels used in its initial assessment would not increase in a way that would alter its initial safety finding. Therefore, the review is complete. Next scheduled review will be completed during registration review.

26A 2009 risk assessment indicates no risk of concern using tolerance and 100% crop treated.

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1998 (29 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (29)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Alachlor
090501
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 12/98 Metabolite data needed
Aluminum phosphide
066501
Field Trial - Review Complete RA 6/22/98 <10% cPAD
Chlorothalonil
081901
Field Trial and monitoring data (PDP & FDA)
Review Completed27
RED 04/99 See 2001 table
Hydramethylnon
118401
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Iprodione
109801
Field Trial  and monitoring data (PDP & FDA) RED 11/98 Further Review Needed28
Thiodicarb
114501
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 12/98  
Bacillus thuringiensis
(multiple #s)
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Clethodim
112011
Tolerance Level - Review Complete FR 04/08/98  
Cyfluthrin
128831
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 06/30/99 FT/PCT on existing uses
Cymoxanil
129106
Tolerance Level - Review Complete FR 06/30/99  
Cypermethrin
109702
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 09/11/98  
Deltamethrin
097805
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 08/26/98 All Field Trial - 07/17/03
Fenoxaprop-ethyl
129092
Tolerance Level - Review Complete 02/02/98 D242374
Fludioxonil
071503
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Flufenacet
121903
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Isoxaflutole
123000
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 09/23/98  
Myclobutanil
128857
Tolerance Level - Review Complete FR 05/12/98  
Prometryn
080805
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Sulfosate
128501
Tolerance Level - Review Complete
Tefluthrin
128912
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Tralomethrin
121501
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 11/26/97  
Zeta-cypermethrin
129064
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Hydroprene
486300
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Fenvalerate
109301
Field Trial  and monitoring data (PDP & FDA) FR 11/26/97 Voluntary Cancellation in Process
Cryolite
075101
Field Trial - Review Complete   12/18/01 D279010
Bensulfuron methyl
128820
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Dimethoxyprimidinylaminocarb Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Quizalofop-ethyl
128711
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Triasulfuron
128969
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    

27New assessment completed in support of tolerance decision for snow peas in 2007. Because the highest estimated dietary risk is low (8% of the cPAD), it is unlikely that changes in residues detected in monitoring studies would increase to the extent that estimated dietary risks would increase to near the level of concern even if use increased significantly. Therefore, the next scheduled review will be during the registration review process.

28New assessment is being conducted. Final decision regarding the anticipated residue review will be made after the current action is completed.

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1996-97 (23 chemicals reviewed)
Chemical (23)
Type(s) of Data Used for Estimating Residue Levels
Citation
Comments
 
Colletotrichum Gloeosporioides
122817
Exemption from tolerances - No further action required    
Mepiquat Chloride
109101
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Bromacil
012301
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Butralin
106501
All tolerances revoked    
Diflubenzuron
108201
Field Trial - Review Complete RED 8/97 New assessment 4/30/04
Diphenylamine
038501
Tolerance Level - Review Complete RED 4/98 No acute endpoint
Metribuzin
101101
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Pendimethalin
108501
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Terbacil
012701
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Thiobencarb
108401
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Zinc Phosphide
088601
Review Complete - dietary risk not assessed in RED    
Abamectin
122804
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 03/24/97 Monitoring used in 2004
Bromoxynil
035301
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 05/13/98  
Fenpropathrin
127901
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 11/26/97  
Fipronil
129121
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 11/26/97  
Glufosinate-ammonium
128850
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Lambda-cyhalothrin
128897
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 11/26/97  
Vinclozolin
113201
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 07/18/97 D261993 02/09/00
Phosphinothrin acelyltransterase
817305
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Bt Cryac
(multiple #s)
Exemption from tolerances - Review Complete    
Glyphosate
103601
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Sethoxydim
121001
Tolerance Level - Review Complete    
Carbon Disulfide
016401
Field Trial - Review Complete FR 05/16/97  

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