Pesticide Information for Professionals

Pesticide Information for Professionals

NEW EPA SOIL FUMIGANT TOOLS

FORMS AND APPLICATIONS

Includes available forms and applications for download.

LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION

Includes Pesticide Applicator Certification and Business Licensing Requirements, Pest Control Categories, Commercial/Public Agency Pesticide Applicator Certification Exam Dates, Commercial/Public Agency Approved Pesticide Recertification Sessions, Private Applicator Approved Pesticide Recertification Sessions, Private Applicator Optional Pre- Exam Training and Examination Dates for Certification and Study Material Suppliers for Commercial/Public Agency Examinations

ENFORCEMENT

Includes Pesticide Applicator's Law, Section 18 Exemptions for Maryland, Regulations Pertaining to the Pesticide Applicators Law 15.05.01, Regulations for Integrated Pest Management Notification of Pesticide Use in a School Building or on School Grounds 15.05.02, Enforcement Alert - Termite Pre-Treats and WDI Inspections, and Storage and Transport of Pesticides

PESTICIDE DISPOSAL PROGRAM

In an effort to alleviate the potential for human exposure or environmental impact from certain pesticides, MDA obtained grant money from EPA to conduct a pilot program in 1995 for the disposal of unusable pesticides.

MD's END​ANGERED SPECIES PROTECTION

The endangered species found in Maryland have diverse habitat requirements. In some cases, suitable and available habitat is a limiting factor to the recovery of the protected species.

EPA's ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTION

EPA is required to ensure that the registration of pesticides and their use are not likely to jeopardize endangered species.