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Office for Official Publications of the European Communities 1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 1 This document is meant purely as a documentation tool and the institutions do not assume any liability for its contents
COUNCIL DIRECTIVE
of 24 July 1986
on the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on cereals
►M1 Council Directive 88/298/EEC of 16 May 1988
►M2 Council Directive 90/654/EEC of 4 December 1990
►M3 Council Directive 93/57/EEC of 29 June 1993
►M4 Council Directive 94/29/EC of 23 June 1994
►M5 Council Directive 95/39/EC of 17 July 1995
►M6 Council Directive 96/33/EC of 21 May 1996
►M7 Council Directive 97/41/EC of 25 June 1997
►M8 CommissionDirective 97/71/EC of 15 December 1997
►M9 CommissionDirective 98/82/EC of 27 October 1998
►M10 CommissionDirective 1999/65/EC of 24 June 1999
►M11 CommissionDirective 1999/71/EC of 14 July 1999
►M12 CommissionDirective 2000/24/EC of 28 April 2000
►M13 CommissionDirective 2000/42/EC of 22 June 2000
►M14 CommissionDirective 2000/48/EC of 25 July 2000
►M15 CommissionDirective 2000/58/EC of 22 September 2000
►M16 CommissionDirective 2000/81/EC of 18 December 2000
►M17 CommissionDirective 2000/82/EC of 20 December 2000
►M18 CommissionDirective 2001/39/EC of 23 May 2001
►M19 CommissionDirective 2001/48/EC of 28 June 2001
►M20 CommissionDirective 2001/57/EC of 25 July 2001
►M21 CommissionDirective 2002/23/EC of 26 February 2002
►M22 CommissionDirective 2002/42/EC of 17 May 2002
►M23 CommissionDirective 2002/66/EC of 16 July 2002
►M24 CommissionDirective 2002/71/EC of 19 August 2002
►M25 CommissionDirective 2002/76/EC of 6 September 2002
►M26 CommissionDirective 2002/79/EC of 2 October 2002
►M27 CommissionDirective 2002/97/EC of 16 December 2002
►M28 Council Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 of 14 April 2003
►M29 CommissionDirective 2003/62/EC of 20 June 2003
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 2 ►M30 CommissionDirective 2003/60/EC of 18 June 2003
►M31 CommissionDirective 2003/113/EC of 3 December 2003
►M32 CommissionDirective 2003/118/EC of 5 December 2003
►M33 CommissionDirective 2004/2/EC of 9 January 2004
►M34 CommissionDirective 2004/61/EC of 26 April 2004
►A1 Act of Accession of Austria, Sweden and Finland
(adapted by Council Decision 95/1/EC, Euratom, ECSC) ►C1 Corrigendum, OJ L 262, 17.10.2000, p. 46 (2000/42/EC)
►C2 Corrigendum, OJ L 14, 21.1.2004, p. 55 (2003/60/EC)
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 3 COUNCIL DIRECTIVE
of 24 July 1986
on the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on
Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European EconomicCommunity, and in particular Articles 43 and 100 thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission (1), Having regard to the opinion of the European Parliament (2), Whereas crop productionplays a very important role inthe Commu-nity; Whereas the yield from that production is continually affected byharmful organisms and weeds; Whereas it is absolutely essential to protect plants and plant productsagainst these organisms, not only to prevent a reduction in yield ordamage to the products harvested but also to increase agriculturalproductivity; Whereas one of the most important methods of protecting plants andplant products from the effect of these harmful organisms is the useof chemical pesticides; Whereas, however, these pesticides do not have only a favourableeffect on plant production, since they are generally toxic substances orpreparations with dangerous side-effects; Whereas a large number of these pesticides and of their metabolites orbreakdown products may have harmful effects on consumers of plantproducts; Whereas these pesticides and the contaminants which may accompanythem can present dangers for the environment; Whereas, inorder to deal with these dangers, several Member Stateshave already fixed maximum levels for certainresidues inan Whereas the differences which exist between Member States as regardsthe maximum permissible levels for pesticide residues canhelp tocreate barriers to trade and thus hinder the free movement of goodswithinthe Community; Whereas, for this reason, in an initial stage, maximum levels should befixed for certainactive substances incereals, which must be observedwhen these products are put into circulation; Whereas, moreover, observance of the maximum levels will ensure thatthe cereals can circulate freely and that the health of consumers isproperly protected; (1) OJ No C 56, 6. 3. 1980, p. 14.
(2) OJ No C 28, 9. 2. 1981, p. 64.
(3) OJ No C 300, 18. 11. 1980, p. 29.
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 4 Whereas at the same time the Member States should be enabled toauthorize the monitoring of levels of pesticide residues in cerealsproduced and consumed in their territory by a system of surveillanceand related measures so as to provide safeguards equivalent to thoseresulting from the levels laid down; Whereas, inspecial cases, particularly of volatile liquid or gaseousfumigants, Member States should be authorized to permit for cereals,not intended for immediate consumption, higher maximum levels thanthose laid down, provided that a suitable check is made to ensure thatthese products are not placed at the disposal of the end user orconsumer until the residue content thereof no longer exceeds themaximum permissible levels; Whereas it is not necessary to apply this Directive to products intendedfor export to third countries, for the manufacture of products other thanfoodstuffs or for sowing; Whereas Member States should be allowed the reduce temporarily thelevels laid down if they unexpectedly prove to be dangerous to humanor animal health; Whereas it is appropriate inthat case to establish close cooperationbetween the Member States and the Commission within the StandingCommittee onPlant Health; Whereas, in order to guarantee compliance with this Directive whenthe products in question are put into circulation, the Member Statesmust provide for suitable control measures; Whereas Community methods of sampling and analysis should beestablished to be used at least as reference methods; Whereas methods of sampling and analysis are technical and scientificmatters, which should be determined by means of a procedure invol-ving Commission within the Standing Committee on Plant Health; Whereas it is appropriate that Member States make an annual report tothe Commission on the results of their control measures so as to enableinformation concerning levels of pesticide residues to be collected forthe Community as a whole; Whereas the Council should review this Directive before 30 June 1991with the aim of attaining a uniform Community system, This Directive shall apply to the products listed in Annex I, to the products obtained from them after drying or processing and to thecomposite foods inwhich they are in This Directive shall apply without prejudice to: (a) Council Directive 74/63/EEC of 17 December 1973 on the fixing of maximum permitted levels for undesirable substances andproducts infeedingstuffs (1); (b) Council Directive 76/895/EEC of 23 November 1976 relating to the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on fruitand vegetables (2); (1) OJ No L 38, 11. 2. 1974, p. 31. Directive as last amended by Directive 96/ 25/EC (OJ No L 125, 23. 5. 1996, p. 35).
(2) OJ No L 340, 9. 12. 1976, p. 26. Directive as last amended by Directive 96/ 32/EC (OJ L 144, 18. 6. 1996, p. 12).
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 5 (c) Council Directive 90/642/EEC of 27 November 1990 on fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues inand oncertainproducts ofplant origin, including fruit and vegetables (1); (d) Commission Directive 91/321/EEC of 14 May 1991 on infant formulae and follow-on formulae (2) and Commission Directive96/5/EC of 16 February 1996 onprocessed cereal-based foods andbaby foods for infants and young children (3). However, untilmaximum levels have beenestablished inaccordance with Article6 of Directive 91/321/EEC or Article 6 of Directive 96/5/EC theprovisions of Article 5a (1) and (3) to (6) of this Directive shallapply for the products concerned.
This Directive shall also apply to products referred to inpara- graph 1 intended for export to third countries. However, maximumpesticide residue levels set in accordance with this Directive shall notapply inthe case of products treated before export where it canbesatisfactorily proved that: (a) the third country of destination requires a particular treatment in order to prevent the introduction of harmful organisms into its terri-tory; or (b) the treatment is necessary in order to protect the products against harmful organisms during transport to the third country of destina-tionand storage there.
This Directive shall not apply to the products referred to in para- graph 1 where it can satisfactorily be proved that they are intended for: (a) the manufacture of products other than foodstuffs or animal feed; For the purposes of this Directive, ‘pesticide residues’ means resi- dues of the pesticides and of their metabolites, and breakdown or
reactionproducts ►M7
the products referred to inArticle 1.
For the purposes of this Directive, ‘putting into circulation’means any handing over, whether or not for a consideration, of the productsreferred to inArticle 1.
Member States shall ensure that the products referred to in Article 1 do not, from the time they are put into circulation, present a dangerto humanhealth as a result of the presence of pesticide residues.
Member States may not prohibit or impede the putting into circu- lationwithintheir territories of the products referred to inArticle 1 onthe grounds that they contain pesticide residues, if the quantity of suchresidues does not exceed the maximum levels specified in Annex II.
Notwithstanding Article 6, the products referred to in Article 1 shall not contain, from the time they are put into circulation, pesticideresidue levels higher thanthose specified inthe list referred to inAnnex II.
(1) OJ No L 350, 14. 12. 1990, p. 71. Directive as last amended by Directive 96/32/EC (OJ No L 144, 18. 6. 1996, p. 12).
(2) OJ No L 175, 4. 7. 1991, p. 35. Directive as last amended by Directive 96/4/ EC (OJ No L 49, 28. 2. 1996, p. 12).
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 6 The list of pesticide residues concerned and their maximum levels shallbe established in Annex II in accordance with the procedure laid downin Article 12, having regard to current scientific and technical knowl-edge.
Inthe case of dried and processed products for which maximum levels are not explicitly fixed in Annex II, the maximum residue levelapplicable shall be that laid down in Annex II, taking into account,respectively, the concentration caused by the drying process or theconcentration or dilution caused by processing. A concentration or dilu-tion factor covering the concentration and/or dilution caused by certaindrying or processing operations may be determined for certain dried orprocessed products inaccordan In the case of composite foods which contain a mixture of ingre- dients and for which maximum residue levels are not fixed, themaximum residue levels applied may not exceed the levels laid downin Annex II, taking into account the relative concentrations of theingredients in the mixture and also the provisions of paragraph 2.
Member States shall ensure, at least by check sampling, compli- ance with the maximum levels referred to in paragraph 1. Thenecessary inspections and monitoring shall be carried out in accordancewith Council Directive 89/397/EEC of 14 June 1989 on the officialcontrol of foodstuffs (1), except for Article 14 thereof, and CouncilDirective 93/99/EEC of 29 October 1993 onthe subject of additionalmeasures concerning the official control of foodstuffs (2), except forArticles 5, 6 and 8 thereof.
Where for a product belonging to a group referred to in Annex I, aprovisional maximum residue level applicable throughout the Commu-nity is set by the Commission in accordance with the provisions ofArticle 4 (1) (f) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC of 15 July 1991concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (3),this level will be indicated in Annex II with a reference to that proce-dure.
For the purposes of this Article a Member State of originshall be defined as the Member State in whose territory a product specified inArticle 1 (1) is either legally produced and marketed or put into freecirculation, and a Member State of destination as the Member Stateinto whose territory such product is introduced and put into circulationfor operations other than transit to another Member State or thirdcountry.
Member States shall introduce arrangements for establishing maximum residue levels, whether permanent or temporary, for productsreferred to inArticle 1 (1), brought into their territories from a MemberState of origin, taking into account good agricultural practice in theMember State of origin, and without prejudice to conditions necessaryto protect the health of consumers, in cases where no maximum residuelevels have beenestablished for these products inaccordance with theprovisions of Articles 4 (1) or 5.
— no maximum residue level has been established for a product referred to inArticle 1 (1) inaccordance with Articles 4 (1) or 5,and — that product, which satisfies the maximum residue levels applied by its Member State of origin, has been subjected in the Member State (1) OJ No L 186, 30. 6. 1989, p. 23.
(2) OJ No L 290, 24. 11. 1993, p. 14.
(3) OJ No L 230, 19. 8. 1991, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Directive 96/ 32/EC (OJ No L 144, 18. 6. 1996, p. 12).
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 7 of destination to measures whose effect is to prohibit or restrict itsputting into circulation, on the grounds that the product containspesticide residue levels inexcess of the maximum residue levelaccepted in the Member State of destination, and — either the Member State of destination has introduced new maximum residue levels or has altered the levels laid downinitslegislation, or it has made changes to its controls which are dispro-portionate and/or discriminatory compared with those for itsdomestic production, or the maximum residue level applied by theMember State of destination differs substantially from the corre-sponding levels established by other Member States, or themaximum residue level applied by the Member State of destinationrepresents a disproportionate level of protection compared with thelevel of protectionapplied by the Member State to pesticidescarrying a similar risk or to similar agricultural products or food-stuffs, the following exceptional provisions shall apply: (a) the Member State of destination shall communicate the measures adopted to the other Member State concerned and the Commissionwithin 20 days of their application. The notification shall documentthe facts involved; (b) onthe basis of the notificationreferred to in(a), the two Member States concerned shall contact each other without delay in order toremove, whenever possible, the prohibitive or restrictive effect ofthe measures adopted by the Member State of destination by meansof measures agreed betweenthem; the Member States shall submitall the requisite information to each other.
Within a period of three months of the notification referred to in(a), the Member States concerned shall inform the Commission ofthe result of such contacts and in particular the measures theyintend to apply, if any, including the maximum residue level theyhave agreed. The Member State of originshall in Member States of the result of such contacts; (c) the Commission shall immediately refer the matter to the Standing Committee on Plant Health and, if possible, submit a proposalaimed at establishing in Annex II a temporary maximum residuelevel, which shall be adopted inaccordan In its proposal, the Commission shall take account of existing tech-nical and scientific knowledge on the matter and in particular datasubmitted by the Member States with anin toxicological assessment and estimated ADI, good agriculturalpractice and the trial data which the Member State of origin usedto establish the maximum residue level, together with the reasonsgiven by the Member State of destination for deciding on themeasures inquestion.
The period of validity of the temporary maximum level shall belaid down in the legal act adopted and may not exceed four years.
That period may be linked to the supply, by the Member State oforigin and/or other Member States with an interest, of the trial datarequired by the Commissioninorder to set the maximum residuelevel inaccordan ce with Article 4 (1). At their request, the Commission and the Member States shall be kept informedregarding the programme of trials established.
Any measure provided for in paragraphs 2 or 3 shall be taken by a Member State with due regard for its obligations under the Treaty, inparticular Articles 30 to 36 thereof.
Council Directive 83/189/EEC of 28 March 1983 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technicalstandards and regulations (1) shall not apply to measures adopted and (1) OJ No L 109, 26. 4. 1983, p. 8. Directive as last amended by Decision 96/ 139/EC (OJ No L 32, 10. 2. 1996, p. 31).
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 8 notified by Member States in accordance with paragraph 3 of thisArticle.
Detailed measures for the implementation of the procedure set out inthis Article may be adopted inaccordance with the procedure laiddowninArticle 11a.
Member States may authorize the presence in and on the productsreferred to inArticle 1 of the pesticide residues listed inPart B ofAnnex II in greater quantities than those specified therein, providedthat those products are not intended for immediate consumption andan appropriate control system ensures that they cannot be made avail-able to the end user or to the consumer, if they are supplied directly tothe latter, until the residues no longer exceed the maximum levelsspecified in Part B. They shall inform the other Member States andthe Commissionof the measures taken. These measures shall be applic-able to all products covered thereby, irrespective of the originof theproducts.
Member States shall designate and authority to ensure that the monitoring specified in Article 4 (4) is carried out.
2. (a) By ►M10 30 September ◄ each year, Member States shall
send to the Commission their forward national monitoringprogrammes for the following calendar year. These forwardprogrammes shall specify at least: — the products to be inspected and the number of inspections to — the pesticide residues to be inspected, — the criteria applied indrawing up these programmes.
(b) By ►M10 31 December ◄ each year, the Commissionshall
submit to the Standing Committee on Plant Health a draftrecommendation setting out a coordinated Community moni-toring programme identifying the taking of specific samples tobe included in the national monitoring programmes. The recom-mendation shall be adopted in accordance with the procedurelaid downinArticle 11b. The basic objective of the Communitymonitoring programme shall be to make optimum use atCommunity level of the sampling of cereals included in thegroups listed in Annex I, produced in the Community orimported into it, when problems have been identified, in orderto ensure compliance with the maximum levels for pesticideresidues set out in Annex II.
By 31 August each year, Member States shall send to the Commission and the other Member States the results of the analysesof the samples taken during the previous year under their nationalmonitoring programmes and under the coordinated Community moni-toring programme. The Commission shall collate and compile thisinformation together with the results of the checks carried out in accor-dance with Directives 86/363/EEC (1) and 90/642/EEC and analyse: — infringements of the maximum residue levels, and — the average actual levels of residues and their relative values with respect to the maximum residue levels established.
The Commissionshould progressively work towards a system, whenpreparing the coordinated monitoring programme, which could permitthe estimationof actual pesticide dietary exposure.
(1) OJ No L 221, 7. 8. 1986, p. 43. Directive as last amended by Directive 96/ 33/EC (OJ No L 144, 18. 6. 1996, p. 35).
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 9 The Commissionshall forward this informationto the Member Statesin the framework of the Standing Committee on Plant Health before ►M10 31 December ◄ for each year, for review and adoption of
any necessary measures such as:
— any action to be taken at Community level in the case of reported — the desirability of publication of the collated and compiled informa- The following may be adopted in accordance with the procedure (a) amendments to paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Article in so far as these amendments concern the dates for notification; (b) detailed implementing rules necessary for proper functioning of the Not later than31 December 1999 the Commissionshall forward to the Council a report on the application of this Article, accompanied,if necessary, by any appropriate proposals.
The methods of sampling and analysis necessary for carrying out the checks, monitoring and other measures provided for in Article 4
and, where appropriate, Article 5, shall be determined in accordance
with the procedure laid downin►M7 Article 11a ◄. The existence
of Community analysis methods, to be used in cases of dispute, shall
not preclude the use by Member States of other scientifically valid
methods capable of achieving comparable results.
Member States shall inform the other Member States and the Commissionof the other methods used pursuant to paragraph 1.
Where a Member State, as a result of new information or of a reassessment of existing information considers that a maximum levelfixed in Annex II endangers human or animal health, and thereforerequires swift actionto be taken, that Member State may temporarilyreduce the level inits ownterritory. Inthat case, it shall immediatelynotify the other Member States and the Commission of the measures,attaching a statement of the reasons therefor.
The Commission shall quickly examine the reasons given by the Member State referred to in paragraph 1 and shall consult the MemberStates within the Standing Committee on Plant Health, hereinafterreferred to as ‘the committee’; it shall thendeliver its opinionforthwithand take the appropriate measures. The Commission shall immediatelynotify the Council and the Member States of any measures taken. AnyMember State may refer the Commission's measures to the Councilwithin 15 days of such notification. The Council acting by a qualifiedmajority may take a different decision within 15 days of the date onwhich the matter was referred to it.
If the Commissionconsiders that the maximum levels laid down in Annex II should be amended to resolve the difficulties mentioned inparagraph 1 and to guarantee public health protection, it shall initiatethe procedure laid downinArticle 13, with a view to adopting thoseamendments. In this case, the Member State which has taken measuresunder paragraph 1 may maintain them until the Council or theCommissionhas takena decisioninaccordan Without prejudice to the amendments made to the Annexes in accor-dance with Articles 5, 5a (3) and 9, amendments to the Annexes shallbe adopted inaccordance with the procedure laid downinArticle 12, 1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 10 having regard to current scientific and technical knowledge. In parti-cular, when establishing maximum residue levels, account shall betaken of a relevant dietary intake risk assessment and of the numberand quality of the data available.
The Commissionshall be assisted by a committee.
Where reference is made to this Article, Articles 5 and 7 of Deci- The period laid downinArticle 5(6) of Decision1999/468/EC shall beset at three months.
The committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.
The Commissionshall be assisted by a committee.
Where reference is made to this Article, Articles 5 and 7 of Deci- The period laid downinArticle 5(6) of Decision1999/468/EC shall beset at fifteendays.
The committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.
The Commission shall be assisted by the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health set up by Article 58 of Regulation(EC) No 178/2002 (2).
Where reference is made to this Article, Articles 5 and 7 of Deci- The period laid downinArticle 5(6) of Decision1999/468/EC shall beset at three months.
The committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.
Where the procedure laid downinthis Article is to be followed, the matter shall be referred without delay to the Committee by itschairman, either on his own initiative or at the request of a MemberState.
The representative of the Commission shall submit to the Committee a draft of the measures to be taken. The Committee shalldeliver its opinion within two days. The opinion shall be delivered bythe majority laid downinArticle 148 (2) of the Treaty inthe case ofdecisions which the Council is required to adopt on a proposal from theCommission. The votes of the representatives of the Member Stateswithin the Committee shall be weighted in the manner set out in thatArticle. The Chairmanshall not vote.
A1 3. ◄
Where the measures are in accordance with the opinion of the Committee, the Commissionshall adopt them and shall imple-ment them forthwith. Where they are not in accordance with theopinion of the Committee or if no opinion is delivered, the Commis-sionshall immediately submit to the Coun (1) OJ L 184, 17.7.1999, p. 23.
(2) OJ L 31, 1.2.2002, p. 1.
1986L0362 — EN — 06.05.2004 — 035.001 — 11 measures to be taken. The Council shall adopt the measures by a quali-fied majority.
If, within15 days of the date onwhich the matter was referred to it,the Council has not adopted any measures, the Commission shall adoptthe proposed measures except where the Council has voted by a simplemajority against the said measures.
Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and admin-istrative provisions necessary to ensure that the amendments in AnnexII resulting from decisions referred to in Articles 4 (1) and (2), 5, 5a(3), 9 (3) and 10 can be implemented in their territory within amaximum period of eight months from their adoption, and within ashorter implementation period when required for urgent reasons ofhumanhealth protection.
In order to safeguard legitimate expectations, Community legal imple-menting implementation of certain maximum residue levels allowing the normalmarketing of the harvested products.
In order to improve upon the Community system introduced by thisDirective, the Council, on the basis of a Commission report accompa-nied, if appropriate, by suitable proposals, shall re-examine thisDirective by 30 June 1991 at the latest.
Member States shall bring into force not later than 30 June 1988 thelaws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to complywith this Directive. They shall forthwith inform the Commissionthereof.
Member States shall communicate to the Commission the texts of themain provisions of national law which they adopt in the field governedby this Directive.
However, the Federal Republic of Germany is hereby authorized toplace onthe market inthe territory of the former GermanDemocraticRepublic, until 31 December 1992 at the latest, Annex I productswhose hydrogen cyanide level exceeds that fixed in Annex II; thisderogation shall apply only to products originating in the territory ofthe former GermanDemocratic Republic.
The permitted levels may under no circumstances exceed those applic-able under the legislation of the former German Democratic Republic.
The Federal Republic of Germany shall ensure that the products inquestion are not introduced into parts of the Community other thanthe territory of the former GermanDemocratic Republic.
This Directive is addressed to the Member States.
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