EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines 810 Series and Situ Biosciences

Conformance with EPA’s FIFRA and TSCA Regulations for GLP Testing

At Situ Biosciences, we are committed to providing comprehensive and reliable product efficacy testing services for antimicrobial products. Our state-of-the-art laboratory and experienced team allow us to adhere to the highest standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). We follow the EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines 810 Series, particularly focusing on 810.2000 and 810.2200, and conduct efficacy testing using recognized standards, including:

What are the EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines?

The EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines outline the recommended methods and protocols for evaluating the effectiveness of antimicrobial products. These guidelines serve as a framework for conducting tests that assess the ability of products to kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms, as well as provide guidance on data submission for product registration.

GLP Testing and Regulatory Audits

Situ Biosciences operates under the principles of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), which ensure the reliability, integrity, and quality of our testing processes. As part of our commitment to maintaining the highest standards, we undergo regular audits to demonstrate conformance with the EPA’s Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) regulations.

Our rigorous GLP compliance and audits validate the accuracy of our testing methods, data recording, and reporting procedures. By adhering to these regulations, we ensure that our clients can confidently rely on the results of our efficacy testing for their antimicrobial products.

Focus on EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines 810.2000 and 810.2200

The EPA’s Product Performance Test Guidelines 810.2000 and 810.2200 are specifically designed to assess the effectiveness of antimicrobial products. At Situ Biosciences, we specialize in these guidelines to provide accurate and reliable testing for our customers.

EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines 810.2000 covers the testing of disinfectants and other antimicrobial products against various microorganisms. It outlines the specific methodologies and criteria for evaluating the product’s antimicrobial efficacy, helping manufacturers and suppliers understand the requirements for registration.

EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines 810.2200 focuses on the evaluation of antimicrobial products intended for use on hard, non-porous surfaces. It provides detailed procedures and criteria for testing the efficacy of these products against specific microorganisms.

Unique Guidance and Services for Antimicrobial Product Registration

At Situ Biosciences, we understand the complex process of submitting antimicrobial products for registration. We offer our customers unique guidance and support throughout this process, ensuring that their submissions meet the necessary requirements and regulations.

Following the EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines, we specialize in efficacy testing for the following claims for hard non-porous surface disinfectants:

  • Limited spectrum disinfectant
  • Broad-spectrum disinfectant
  • Hospital or healthcare disinfectant
  • Fungicidal disinfectant
  • Virucidal disinfectant 
  • Tuberculocidal disinfectant
  • Additional bacterial

By leveraging industry-accepted methods, we provide comprehensive testing services that cover a wide range of antimicrobial product applications.

Trust Situ Biosciences for Reliable Efficacy Testing

When it comes to product efficacy testing and regulatory compliance, Situ Biosciences is a trusted partner. Our adherence to the EPA Product Performance Test Guidelines, GLP standards, and additional recognized methods ensures the accuracy and integrity of our testing processes. With our guidance and support, our customers can confidently prepare their antimicrobial product submissions for registration.

Contact Situ Biosciences today to learn more about our efficacy testing services and how we can assist you in meeting regulatory requirements.