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2,100+ FIFRA Violations Earn Record Civil Penalty

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regulations for pesticides are designed to ensure that pesticide products are registered, appropriately classified, that associated claims and hazards are approved, and that labels comply with applicable standards. When it comes to advertising pesticide products, it is also required that only approved claims may be used and that any such claims also agree with the label information. When there is a disconnect between what is approved or on the label and what is provided to the public in advertisements, the repercussions can be costly.


New Infographic from Abanaki Highlights the Top Reasons to Separate Oil from Water

Did you know that oil and water don’t mix?