FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 2011
John Dalley, deputy director
NCDA&CS Structural Pest Control and Pesticides Division
Structural Pest Control Committee
approves settlement agreements
RALEIGH — The following settlement agreements were approved by the N.C. Structural Pest Control Committee on Dec. 7:
- Michael L. Howard, licensee of B&G Exterminating Co. in Winston-Salem, agreed to pay $1,000 for failing to install FirstLine Defense System as outlined on its labeling. Howard failed to maintain bait stations and replace wooden monitors as needed. In addition, he failed to include bait station locations and specific information about liquid treatments in the required foundation diagram of the treatment area.
- Scott A. Ingle, licensee of Eastline Pest Control in New Bern, agreed to pay $400 for failing to drill and treat a slab in New Bern in a consistent manner with the regulations outlined in the North Carolina Structural Pesticides Law.
- Taylor Johnson and Brian Aman, registered technicians at Clegg’s Termite and Pest Control in Clinton, each agreed to pay $200 for applying I MaxxPro 2F in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. The pesticide was applied within five feet of a well, and the label states it should be applied between five and 10 feet.
- Frank Holland, licensee of Clegg’s Termite and Pest Control in Clinton, agreed to pay $200 for failing to supervise the structural pest control performed by his employees working under his license.
- Robert L. Jones, owner of ValuePest.com in Matthews, agreed to pay $1,800 for failing to include specific information about a liquid termiticide treatment and failing to inspect and maintain a FirstLine GT Plus Termite Bait System as outlined on its labeling.