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Adrian R. Jaszewski
Regulatory Affairs Manager   AGRO consulting

Adrian is Director and Regulatory Affairs Manager of AGROconsulting. He worked as a Chemistry Evaluator in the Pesticides Section of the Australian federal regulator of pesticides and veterinary medicines. Adrian had been also analysing agrochemicals in a GLP/NATA accredited lab based in Sydney. With MSc in Chemistry and PhD in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, he has over 11 years of academic career and over 13 years of solid professional experience in chemical laboratories.

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  • Parliament of Australia accepted changes to the pesticide registration regime   2013-07-04

    After a very short second reading debate, which was limited to 30 minutes by the Labor Party trying to pass as much legislation as possible before the coming federal elections, the “Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment Bill 2012” passed the Senate on 28 June 2013

    After a very short second reading debate, which was limited to 30 minutes by the Labor Party trying to pass as much legislation as possible before the coming federal elections, the “Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment Bill 2012” passed the Senate on 28 June 2013

  • New APVMA application fees to be introduced from 1 July 2013   2013-06-19

    As announced by the APVMA on 17 June 2013, the new application fees and levies will be introduced this year, starting from 1 July 2013, despite the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Australia delaying until 1 July 2014 the implementation of new regulations, as outlined in the 'Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment Bill 2012'.

    As announced by the APVMA on 17 June 2013, the new application fees and levies will be introduced this year, starting from 1 July 2013, despite the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Australia delaying until 1 July 2014 the implementation of new regulations, as outlined in the 'Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment Bill 2012'.

  • Latest update on the changes to the pesticide registration in Australia   2013-05-22

    On May 15th, one day after presenting very disappointing federal budget with a A$19.4 billion deficit, which only cemented voters' decision to remove current government of Julia Gillard from office in the coming elections, the Labor Party proceeded with their 2010 election commitments.

    On May 15th, one day after presenting very disappointing federal budget with a A$19.4 billion deficit, which only cemented voters' decision to remove current government of Julia Gillard from office in the coming elections, the Labor Party proceeded with their 2010 election commitments.

  • Changes to the Australian registration regime for pesticides and veterinary medicines   2013-05-03

    To increase efficiency and effectiveness of the current regulations of agvet chemicals, the Australian Government introduced new legislation which will amend the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994, known as the AgVet Code.

    To increase efficiency and effectiveness of the current regulations of agvet chemicals, the Australian Government introduced new legislation which will amend the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994, known as the AgVet Code.

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