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REVIEW QUESTIONS

1.

As soon as practical, after contacting emergency response agencies, report all spills of pesticides, no matter where they occur, to the

A. Local fire department B. Sheriff’s office C . L o c a l c o u n t y a g r i c u l t u r a l c o m m i s s i o n e r s o f fi c D. Department of Pesticide Regulation e

  • 2.

    After placing material cleaned up from a pesticide spill into a sealable drum, label it with the following:

    • A.

      “Contents: Hazardous Waste”

    • B.

      “Contents: Hazardous Waste” plus pesticide disposal instructions

    • C.

      “Contents: Hazardous Waste” plus date and name and address of respon- sible party

    • D.

      “Contents: Hazardous Waste” plus the pesticide name, signal word, and name and address of responsible party

3.

For instructions on how to decontaminate a concrete surface after a pesticide spill, consult the

A. Pesticide manufacturer B. Local pesticide dealer C. Pesticide label and MSDS D . L o c a l c o u n t y a g r i c u l t u r a l c o m m i s s i o n e r s o f fi c e

4.

A spill cleanup kit for liquids should always include

. A sturdy water hose Several large paper bags A supply of absorbent material A B. C.

D. A mop and mop bucket

  • 5.

    For information on how to dispose of waste from a pesticide spill, contact the

    • A.

      Department of Pesticide Regulation

    • B.

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    • C.

      Local county office of emergency services

    • D.

      Local county agricultural commissioner

Turn to Page 71 for Review Question Answers

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