Public health is the science of preventing or controlling disease, prolonging life and promoting human health. Today, public health faces many challenges. The negative effects caused by flying and crawling insects (mosquitoes, flies, bed bugs, ticks, cockroaches…), and the proliferation of bacteria or vector-borne diseases, e.g. Lyme disease, can be controlled using biocidal products.
The Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR, Regulation (EU) 528/2012) addresses the sale and use of biocidal products to protect humans, animals, materials or articles against harmful organisms, by way of active substance(s) in the biocidal product. This regulation aims to improve how the biocidal products market operates in the EU, while ensuring a high level of protection for humans and the environment. These products include household disinfectants, pest control products (insecticides, anti-tick products, rodenticides), water treatments, and wood preservatives.
Your business with us
Our translation agency works with major chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies that need to translate documents such as product registrations, marketing material or digital content. Pharmaceutical contract research organisations (CRO) and laboratories are also part of our client base. Agrooh also works for large market research companies specialised in public and human health.
Why work with Agrooh?
Our translation agency has been specialised in the bioscience industry for over 20 years. Agrooh can translate complex terminology and specific jargon on public health and biocides. We understand the complexity of technical jargon and so, we assign content to native-speaking translators with a sufficient scientific background to render a professional result with ease. Our experts include vets, agronomists, chemists, doctors and biologists.
What kind of content do we translate?
- Regulatory and advertising documents related to public health for the biocides industry.
- Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC) for biocide product families, product labels and safety data sheets (SDS).
- Research reports and articles.
- A lot of market research studies.
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