Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-14.0095 - Pesticide Use, Storage and Disposal

(1) All empty pesticide containers shall be securely placed in a plastic bag and properly disposed into a garbage receptacle or in accordance with EPA pesticide disposal guidelines found at: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/regulating/disposal.htm, or disposed of according to the label on the product. Empty pesticide containers must not be reused to store any other substance other than the same kind of pesticide that originally came in the container.
(2) All common household pesticides, such as roach spray, chlorine bleach, kitchen and bathroom disinfectants, rat poison, insect and wasp sprays, repellents, baits, flea and tick shampoos, dips for pets and any other pesticide products applied in the migrant housing unit must be used according to the distributor or manufacturer's label on the product. All pesticide containers shall contain their original product and the containers shall be properly labeled. Pesticide containers found with products other than the original contents shall be discarded immediately.
(3) Containers containing common household pesticides used within migrant and seasonal farmworker housing units must be properly stored in a safe place, such as in a closet or cabinet away from food and other consumable items. In housing units where children reside, the common household pesticides must be stored out of the reach of children in a locked cabinet or closet away from children. Toxic chemicals must be stored out of the reach of children and in a locked area if children are residing in the home.
(4) Farming tools shall not be stored in the migrant and seasonal farmworker housing units.


Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-14.0095
Specific Authority 381.006, 381.0086(1) FS. Law Implemented 381.0086(1) FS.
New 9-30-08.

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