Form PQ-MP "Request to Register a Microbial Product" - Hawaii

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Form PQ-MP
State of Hawaii
Rev. 08/11
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Plant Quarantine Branch
1849 Auiki Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
A REQUEST TO REGISTER A MICROBIAL PRODUCT
PART I. APPLICATION FOR MICROBIAL PRODUCT REGISTRATION.
In accordance with the provision of Chapter 4-71A,
Hawaii Administrative Rules, the following information is required to register a microbial product for shipment into the State of Hawaii.
Complete one form for each product. The microbial product registration fee is $150.00. Please make check payable to the Hawaii
Department of Agriculture. Please type or print clearly all information.
Section A. Registrant information
1. Name (Company, Institution or Individual)
2. Responsible Person
3. Address
4. City
5. State
6. Zip Code
7. Telephone No.
8. Ext.
9. Facsimile No.
10. E-Mail
Section B. Microbial Product Information
1. Product Name
2. Quantity
3. Microorganism Scientific Name(s)
To list additional microorganisms, continue listing on another application form and attach forms.
3a.
3b.
3c.
3d.
3e.
3f.
3g.
3h.
3i.
3j.
3k.
3l.
4. Product Use: □ Remediate □ Degrade □ Augment □ Control Pest (pesticide) □ Other, explain:
5. Provide product specimen label, which includes the name of the product, ingredient statement, directions for use, caution or
warning statement, product disposal methods, expiration of product, name and address of manufacturer or person for whom
manufactured. The label must be legible on 8 ½” x 11” or 8 ½” x 14 sheet.
6. Provide an abstract of the microorganisms including the following:
a.
Are any of the microorganisms genetically modified? □ Yes
□ No
If yes, provide detailed information on how the
microorganism was genetically modified; the function, stability, effectiveness of introduced genetic material; whether
introduced genetic material encodes production of infectious entity, etc. Attach additional sheet.
b.
Are the microorganisms from stock culture? □ Yes □ No If No, explain where the microorganisms originated and
how they were processed to manufacture the product.
7. Mode of Shipment: □ U.S.Mail □ Boat □ Air Cargo □ United Parcel Service □ Federal Express □ Handcarry □ Other, specify:
For Official Use Only
Fee: $ __________
Receipt No. ____________
□ Approve
Signature of Plant Quarantine Branch Chief
□ Disapprove
Date: ___________ Processed by: __________
□ Withdrawn
Product Name:
Registration No:
Expiration Date:
Form PQ-MP
State of Hawaii
Rev. 08/11
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Plant Quarantine Branch
1849 Auiki Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
A REQUEST TO REGISTER A MICROBIAL PRODUCT
PART I. APPLICATION FOR MICROBIAL PRODUCT REGISTRATION.
In accordance with the provision of Chapter 4-71A,
Hawaii Administrative Rules, the following information is required to register a microbial product for shipment into the State of Hawaii.
Complete one form for each product. The microbial product registration fee is $150.00. Please make check payable to the Hawaii
Department of Agriculture. Please type or print clearly all information.
Section A. Registrant information
1. Name (Company, Institution or Individual)
2. Responsible Person
3. Address
4. City
5. State
6. Zip Code
7. Telephone No.
8. Ext.
9. Facsimile No.
10. E-Mail
Section B. Microbial Product Information
1. Product Name
2. Quantity
3. Microorganism Scientific Name(s)
To list additional microorganisms, continue listing on another application form and attach forms.
3a.
3b.
3c.
3d.
3e.
3f.
3g.
3h.
3i.
3j.
3k.
3l.
4. Product Use: □ Remediate □ Degrade □ Augment □ Control Pest (pesticide) □ Other, explain:
5. Provide product specimen label, which includes the name of the product, ingredient statement, directions for use, caution or
warning statement, product disposal methods, expiration of product, name and address of manufacturer or person for whom
manufactured. The label must be legible on 8 ½” x 11” or 8 ½” x 14 sheet.
6. Provide an abstract of the microorganisms including the following:
a.
Are any of the microorganisms genetically modified? □ Yes
□ No
If yes, provide detailed information on how the
microorganism was genetically modified; the function, stability, effectiveness of introduced genetic material; whether
introduced genetic material encodes production of infectious entity, etc. Attach additional sheet.
b.
Are the microorganisms from stock culture? □ Yes □ No If No, explain where the microorganisms originated and
how they were processed to manufacture the product.
7. Mode of Shipment: □ U.S.Mail □ Boat □ Air Cargo □ United Parcel Service □ Federal Express □ Handcarry □ Other, specify:
For Official Use Only
Fee: $ __________
Receipt No. ____________
□ Approve
Signature of Plant Quarantine Branch Chief
□ Disapprove
Date: ___________ Processed by: __________
□ Withdrawn
Product Name:
Registration No:
Expiration Date:
Product Name: _____________________________________________________________________ Date: _____________________
Section C. Importer(s) in Hawaii
(Attach additional sheet, if necessary.)
Name
Address, City, Zip Code
Contact
Telephone
1.
2.
3.
PART II. AGREEMENT AND WAIVER
I request permission to introduce into Hawaii the microbial product listed above under Section B.
I request that the Department of Agriculture (Department) inspect the microorganisms (microbial products) upon arrival into Hawaii.
I agree to be responsible for all costs, charges, or expenses incident to the inspection or treatment of the imported microorganisms
(microbial products).
I agree to comply with all of the microbial product registration conditions listed below.
I further agree that damages incident to the inspection or the fumigation, disinfection, quarantine, or destruction of the microorganisms
(microbial products), if any treatment is deemed necessary, by an authorized agent of the Department, shall not be the basis of a claim
against the Department or the inspectors for the damage or loss incurred.
Signature ______________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________________
Print Name _____________________________________________________________ Title _____________________________________
MICROBIAL PRODUCT REGISTRATION CONDITIONS
The microbial product named above is approved for entry into Hawaii under registration and shall be subject to the conditions of
registration listed below. Failure to comply with the conditions of registration is a violation of chapter 4-71A, Hawaii Administrative
Rules (HAR) and shall be subject to penalties provided for under section 150A-14, Hawaii Revised Statutes.
a.
A registered microbial product is allowed import for distribution, sales, or individual use.
b.
A registered microbial product shall be used in accordance with the product label.
c.
The registrant shall immediately notify the Plant Quarantine Branch PQB Chief (Chief) in writing of any changes made to the
registered microbial product including to the microorganisms contained in the product, product label and use of the product. The
written notification shall be submitted to the Chief in advance of shipment.
d.
A microbial product imported into Hawaii are subject to the pre-entry and inspection requirements pursuant to §4-71A-8, HAR,
and §4-71A- 9, HAR, as listed below.
§4-71A-8, HAR, Pre-entry: All parcels or containers of microorganisms shall be marked as follows:
a.
Any microorganism (microbial product) imported into Hawaii by mail or air express as individual parcels shall be plainly and legibly
marked on the outer packaging, “Live Organism” and “This Parcel May be Opened and Delayed for Agriculture Inspection; or
b.
Any microorganism (microbial product) imported into Hawaii by means other than listed above, shall be accompanied by a bill of
lading, waybill, or other shipping document that is plainly and legibly marked “Agriculture Inspection Required.”
c.
Any microorganism (microbial product) imported into Hawaii by mail or any other means, shall be accompanied by an invoice, packing
list or other document indicating the quantity and the name of each microbial product contained in the shipment.
§4-71A-9, HAR, Inspection upon entry:
a.
All microorganisms shall enter Hawaii through the port of Honolulu.
b.
The importer or transportation company, as applicable, shall notify the Plant Quarantine Branch Chief (Chief), in writing, immediately
upon arrival of the microorganism, of the arrival, giving the waybill number; container number; name and address of the consignor;
name and address of consignee or the consignee’s agent in Hawaii; number of packages; description of contents of each package;
port of entry; and other pertinent information determined necessary by the Chief.
c.
The microorganism shall be held at the approved port of entry for inspection by the Department of Agriculture (Department).
d.
Upon inspection, the microorganism (microbial product) may be refused entry, seized, held in quarantine, disinfected, treated
chemically or manually, or destroyed at the expense of the importer, as appropriate in the Department’s discretion for any violation.
Form PQ-MP
Rev. 08/11
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