Saturday, 26 October 2013

Proposed changes to the Integrated Pest Management Regulation

The ministry has announced major changes to pesticide application and sale. The IEPMA  and other organization's have lobbied hard to allow the continued use of safe effective products. The Ministry of Environment has taken the majority of the reccomendations from the Special Committee on Pesticides and will be implementing them over the next two years. There is a public consultation period which ends on Dec 8 2013. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the changes and make comments back to the ministry before Dec 8.

Click here to go to the ministry website and follow the link on the intentions paper

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