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FIGURE 3-2.

Before sale or delivery of pesticides, dealers must obtain a copy of the qualified applicator license or certificate, private applicator certificate, or a signed statement that contains all of the information in this sample.

LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION

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I am a certified applicator authorized by the scope of my

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , to use the restricted l i c e n s e / c e r t i f i c a t e , Number ______________________________ material(s) I am purchasing. My license/certificate is valid until ____________________ (date).

_____________________________________ Certified Applicator’s Signature

_________ Date

commercial or private applicator, unless otherwise required by the agricultural commissioner. Licensed pest control dealers who sell restricted materials that require a permit for use or possession must obtain a copy of the purchaser’s permit before they sell or deliver the pesticide. Also, before sale or delivery the dealer must obtain a copy of the qualified applicator license or certificate, private applicator certificate, or a signed statement that contains the information included in Figure 3-2.

Certain federal restricted use materi- als are designated as having the potential to pollute ground water when they are used according to the label in agricultural, outdoor institutional, or outdoor industrial settings. Dealers must sell or deliver these materials only to certified applicators, although a possession or use permit is not re- quired.

Periodically, the county agricultural commissioner will inspect the dealer’s records to check their licensing status, their supervision by a qualified person, their record maintenance, their sale and delivery of appropriate pesticides, and other record requirements.

Dealer Requirements for Ground Water Protection Materials. Refer to Chapter 9.

Dealer Requirements for Antifoul- ing Paints or Coatings Containing Tributyltin. Antifouling paints or

coatings containing tributyltin may be applied only to and sold only

  • for aluminum vessel hulls

  • when the vessel hull is 82 feet or more in length

  • for outboard motors and lower drive units

Except as provided above, antifouling paints or coatings containing tributyltin may not be applied to any surface or object that will come into contact with fresh water or marine environments. This prohibition includes, but is not limited to, use on docks, piers, nets, and other fishing equipment.

Prior to selling these materials, the pest control dealer must obtain a copy of the vessel registration to verify the vessel has either an aluminum hull or its hull length is 82 or more feet. If no vessel registration exists, or the paint or coating will be applied to an out- board motor or lower drive unit, the pest control dealer must obtain a sworn statement from the purchaser to verify that the use corresponds to one or more of the three requirements speci- fied above. The sworn statement must be made using the same (or substan- tially similar) wording as in the example in Figure 3-3.

The dealer must prepare and main- tain the following records for all sales of antifouling paints that contain tributyltin:

  • the name and address of the vessel

owner

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