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110 STAT. 1504 PUBLIC LAW 104-170—AUG. 3, 1996 "(iii) RESTRICTION ON SALE. —^A registrant may not sell or distribute a product bearing a disapproved modification. "(iv) OBJECTION. —^A registrant may file an objection in writing to a disapproval under clause (ii) not later than 30 days after receipt of notification of the disapproval. "(v) FINAL ACTION.—^A decision by the Administrator following receipt and consideration of an objection filed under clause (iv) shall be considered a final agency action. "(D) USE DILUTION.— The label or labeling required under this Act for an antimicrobial pesticide that is or may be diluted for use may have a different statement of caution or protective measures for use of the recommended diluted solution of the pesticide than for use of a concentrate of the pesticide if the Administrator determines that — "(i) adequate data have been submitted to support the statement proposed for the diluted solution uses; and "(ii) the label or labeling provides adequate protection for exposure to the diluted solution of the pesticide.". SEC. 224. REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ANTIMICROBIAL PES- TICIDES. Section 3 (7 U.S.C. 136a), as amended by section 106(b), is further amended by adding at the end the following: " (h) REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ANTIMICROBIAL PES- TICIDES.— "(1) EVALUATION OF PROCESS.—To the maximum extent practicable consistent with the degrees of risk presented by an antimicrobial pesticide and the type of review appropriate to evaluate the risks, the Administrator shall identify and evaluate reforms to the antimicrobial registration process that would reduce review periods existing as of the date of enactment of this subsection for antimicrobial pesticide product registration applications and applications for amended registration of antimicrobial pesticide products, including— "(A) new antimicrobial active ingredients; "(B) new antimicrobial end-use products; "(C) substantially similar or identical antimicrobial pesticides; and "(D) amendments to antimicrobial pesticide registrations. "(2) REVIEW TIME PERIOD REDUCTION GOAL. —Each reform identified under paragraph (1) shall be designed to achieve the goal of reducing the review period following submission of a complete application, consistent with the degree of risk, to a period of not more than— "(A) 540 days for a new antimicrobial active ingredient pesticide registration; "(B) 270 days for a new antimicrobial use of a registered active ingredient; "(C) 120 days for any other new antimicrobial product;