EBIC Statutes with amendments approved by members on 29 June 2015.
EBIC Bylaws with amendments approved by members on 29 June 2015.
Committees and working groups
- The Committee on Registration Issues is concerned primarily with the regulatory framework for biostimulants.
- The Public Affairs Committee looks at how biostimulants can contribute to a broad range of European policies, including soil protection, sustainable agriculture, water quality, innovation, waste management and sustainable economic growth, among others.
- The External Communication Committee is responsible for the consortium’s relations with external stakeholders.
- Ad hoc task forces and working groups are formed to address specific issues. For example, EBIC has a number of task forces that consider the issues and questions related to specific biostimulant technologies/components and to help ensure coordination with national-level policy discussions.
EBIC actively participates in the Fertilisers Working Group of DG Enterprise and its ad hoc sub-groups.
A consultancy-based secretariat provides supporting services to EBIC’s committees and manages the cutting-edge collaboration tools that allow the consortium to work efficiently and cost-effectively.