Meet with our industry experts at Booth N°1 at SETAC Europe in Nantes, France.
22 May 2016
26 May 2016
SGS will exhibit at SETAC Europe, the 26th annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, in Nantes, May 22-26.
Our experts will be on hand, at booth #1, to meet you and discuss the range of services we offer that can meet your needs. Developing and registering agricultural inputs, such as pesticides, seeds or fertilizers, requires the support of a range of expert resources.
Our contract research services support the development and registration of agricultural inputs, and help you to ensure safety and regulatory compliance, including:
- Ecotoxicology studies
- Environmental fate studies
- Field trials
- GLP residue studies
- Regulatory services
- Resistance management
As a world leader in contract research services, we offer you unrivalled agricultural experience and expertise, the latest technologies and a unique global network. This means we can offer you innovative and customized solutions that help you bring your products to market.
About SETAC Europe
One of five Geographic Units (GU) of the global Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), SETA Europe was established to promote and undertake activities of SETAC in Europe, and to support activities of SETAC in the Middle East and Russia.
SETAC Europe is dedicated to the use of multidisciplinary approaches to examine the impacts of stressors, chemicals, and technology on the environment. The Society also provides an open forum for scientists and institutions engaged in the study of environmental problems, management and regulation of natural resources, education, research and development, and manufacturing.
Environmental contaminants ignore boundaries and ecosystem limits. Under the general theme "Environmental contaminants from land to sea: continuities and interface in environmental toxicology and chemistry", experts from academia, government and industry will share the most recent advanced knowledge in environmental sciences in order to improve chemical risk assessment and support current and future policies. Among the keynotes approached, "Plastic waste in the aquatic environments", "Fate and effect of cosmetics and personal care products - Regulatory perspectives", and "Climate change and environmental contamination by chemicals: do they combine to modulate ecological and health effects?" will put frames of debates of international interests.