(Exempt EPA Products)
The EPA has a program that does not subject pesticides to federal registration if the active and inert ingredients are “minimum risk” and are included on both the acceptable list of active ingredients and inert ingredients respectively.
These products are allowed to make claims that they kill and repel their pests without registration, but they are not allowed to make public health claims or that they protect human health. For example, they can claim they kill mosquitoes, but the label cannot say that it prevents malaria by killing mosquitoes.
The Association of American Pesticide Control Officials (AAPCO) 25(b) Workgroup created a label guidance list to help companies comply with state regulations. This list is for guidance purposes and does not guarantee that your product will be accepted in all states.
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Review Label for Exempt Product
(plus applicable state fee)