Updated: Jan 20, 2022
The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) requires companies to provide efficacy data for antimicrobial pesticides claiming to disinfect, sanitize, reduce, or mitigate growth or development of microbiological organisms, in addition to the expansive list of data requirements that apply to all pesticides. Selecting the appropriate efficacy tests and navigating the testing process can be a complex endeavor.
Dr. Lauren Howell, Associate Scientist at Burdock Group discusses EPA guidelines and selection criteria for antimicrobial pesticide efficacy testing.
Lauren A. Howell, Ph.D.
Associate Scientist, Burdock Group
Dr. Howell is an Associate Scientist at Burdock Group, the leading food-safety consulting firm, headquartered in Orlando, FL. Dr. Howell earned a bachelor’s in Biology from the College of Charleston and a doctorate in Biomedical Sciences from Florida State University College of Medicine. She has eight years of experience in biomedical science research and has co-authored ten peer-reviewed manuscripts.
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