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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 2012

CONTACT:

John Dalley, deputy director
NCDA&CS Structural Pest Control and Pesticides Division
919-733-3556

Structural Pest Control Committee
approves settlement agreements

RALEIGH — The following settlement agreements were recently approved by the N.C. Structural Pest Control Committee:

  • Camillius C. Lay, a former assistant department head for the Clemson University Department of Pesticide Regulation in Pendleton, S.C., agreed to pay $1,000 for performing structural pesticide work in North Carolina without a license.

  • Tim Brown, owner of State-Line Exterminating in Portland, Tenn., agreed to pay $600 for performing structural pesticide work in North Carolina under the name of a licensee for a another company.

  • Benjamin Scheffer, of Integrity Pest Control in Greensboro, agreed to pay $300 for performing structural pesticide work without a license.

  • Roy B. Goforth Jr., of Arrow Exterminating of Fayetteville, agreed to pay $400 for applying rodenticide Quintox Mouse Seed in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. The rodenticide was applied to a building in Fayetteville to kill sparrows. It is not labeled for bird control.

  • Salvatore P. Galati, of Suburban Pest Control of North Carolina in Raleigh, agreed to pay $1,000 for allowing his license to be used by another company in which he was not personally engaged in the supervision of the structural pest control work being performed.

  • Joseph Brissette, of Dodson Brothers Exterminating in Greensboro, agreed to pay $400 for failing to supervise employees performing structural pest control work under his license.

  • Jason Crist, of Dodson Brothers Exterminating in Greensboro, agreed to pay $400 for failing to include observed wood destroying insect conditions in two written Borate Service Agreements for structural pest control work performed at a home in Julian.
  • Benjamin Morrison, of Dodson Brothers Exterminating in Greensboro, agreed to pay $400 for applying pesticide Tim-bor in a manner inconsistent with its labeling, for failing to trench and treat foundation soil as required by the pesticide label, and for applying Tim-bor instead of Bora-care as outlined in a Borate Service Agreement.

  • In the same case above, Samuel Shelton, of Dodson Brothers Exterminating in Greensboro, agreed to pay $400 for applying pesticide Tim-bor in a manner inconsistent with its labeling, for failing to trench and treat foundation soil as required by the pesticide label, and for applying Tim-bor instead of Bora-care as outlined in a Borate Service Agreement.

  • Wayne Taylor, of Dodson Brothers Exterminating in Greensboro, agreed to pay $1,200 for failing to indicate wood-destroying insects, wood-decaying fungi, treated areas and moisture-meter readings as required on several Borate Service Agreements.

  • Larry R. Snipes, of Pest Arrestor in Wilmington, agreed to pay $800 for applying insecticide Adonis 75 WSP PPC in a manner inconsistent with its labeling and for failing to register an employee as a technician within 75 days of employment.

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Physical Address: 2 West Edenton Street, Raleigh NC 27601
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