PA Pesticide Laws and Regulations for Private Applicators

Information in Pennsylvania laws and regulations that pertain to private pesticide applicators are highlighted in this publication.
PA Pesticide Laws and Regulations for Private Applicators - Guides and Publications
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Description

Pennsylvania Pesticide Laws and Regulations for Private Applicators provides important details of the Pennsylvania Pesticide Control Act of 1973, as amended; the Worker Protection Standard; and the Pennsylvania Title 7 Chapter 128 Pesticide Regulations. (Please note that the entire content of these laws and regulations are not covered in this guide. Refer to the actual laws and regulations to answer any questions.)

Who is this for?

Private pesticide applicators

What will you learn?

The requirements for private applicator certification; requirements for maintaining applicator certification; the special requirements for using restricted-use fumigants; Pennsylvania Pesticide Control Act of 1973, as Amended; Pennsylvania Title 7 Chapter 128 Pesticide Regulations; record-keeping for pesticide applications; fumigation by a private applicator; worker protection standard for agricultural pesticides; pesticide container and containment regulations; additional laws; the label is the law and so are a few other things; handling, transportation, storage, use, and disposal of pesticides

Authors

Pesticide Safety

More by Sharon I Gripp 

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