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RECORD NUMBER: 18 OF 23
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Pest control in the school environment : adopting integrated pest management.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Pesticide Programs.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs,|
|Report Number||EPA 735-F-93-012|
|Subjects||Schools--United States. ; Pests--Control--United States. ; Pest control ; Integrated control measures ; Children ; Policies ; Monitoring ; Decision making ; Pesticides ; Environmental monitoring ; Health risks|
|Additional Subjects||Pest control ; Integrated control measures ; Schools ; Children ; Policies ; Monitoring ; Decision making ; Pesticides ; Environmental monitoring ; Health risks|
|Collation||ii, 43 pages : color illustrations ; 15 x 23 cm|
;Contents: Can Children's Exposure to Pesticides be Reduced in the School Environment; What is Integrated Pest Management; Establishing an IPM Program for Schools; Evaluating the Costs and For more Information.
Shipping list no.: 93-0704-P. "August 1993." "EPA 735-F-93-012."
Acknowledgements -- Can Children's Exposure to Pesticides be Reduced in the School Environment? -- What is Integrated Pest Management? -- Establishing an IPM Program for Schools -- Developing an Official Policy Statement for School Pest Management -- Designating Pest Managements Roles -- Setting Pest Management Objectives for Sites -- Inspecting, Identifying, and Monitoring -- Setting Action Thresholds -- Applying IPM Strategies -- Evaluating Results and Record Keeping -- Evaluating the Costs -- Potential Added Costs -- Procurement -- "In-house" or Contracted Services -- For More Information.