New Jersey Pesticides: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

New Jersey Pesticide Control Act, New Jersey Statutes Annotated (NJSA) 13:1F-1 et seq. and regulations at New Jersey Administrative Code (NJAC) 7:30-1.1 to 7:30-13.9

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Hazardous waste pesticides:

Listed waste: NJAC 7:26G-5.1

Farmer exemption: NJAC 7:26G-6.1

Restricted use pesticides: NJAC 7:30-2.10

Pesticide registration: NJAC 7:30-2.1, NJAC 7:30-2.2, and NJAC 7:30-2.6

Pesticide dealers: NJAC 7:30-3.1 to 7:30-3.13

Recordkeeping: NJAC 7:30-3.7

Pesticide dealer businesses:

Licensing: NJAC 7:30-4.1

Commercial pesticide operators: NJAC 7:30-5.1 to 7:30-5.8

Training: NJAC 7:30-5.2

Licensing: NJAC 7:30-5.3

Commercial pesticide applicators: NJAC 7:30-6.1 to 7:30-6.13

Commercial pesticide applicator categories: NJAC 7:30-6.3

Certification requirements: NJAC 7:30-6.2 and NJAC 7:30-6.4

Licensing: NJAC 7:30-6.4

Recordkeeping: NJAC 7:30-6.8

Pesticide applicator businesses:

Licensing: NJAC 7:30-7.1

Private pesticide applicators: NJAC 7:30-8.1 to 7:30-8.12

Recordkeeping: NJAC 7:30-8.8

Pesticide worker training: NJAC 7:30-12.8

Pesticide handler training: NJAC 7:30-12.16

Pesticide management rules:

Notifications: NJAC 7:30-9.10 to 7:30-9.16

Containment and storage: NJAC 7:30-9.5 and NJAC 7:30-9.6

Spills: NJAC 7:30-9.17 and NJAC 7:30-9.18

New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) permit: NJAC 7:14A-6.13

Fertilizers: New Jersey's Fertilizer Control Act, NJSA 58:10A-61 to 58:10A-69

Prohibited fertilizers: NJSA 4:9-15.8a and NJSA 4:9-15.13a

Honey bee preservation: NJAC 2:24-6.1 to 2:24-6.4

Regulatory Agencies

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Division of Pesticide Control and Land Use Enforcement Bureau of Pesticide Operations

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