emergency spill response phone number (800-424-9300) on
many pesticide labels is for CHEMTREC. It is provided as a public service and
is available toll free.
CHEMTREC provides emergency responders with 24-hour access to information about
chemicals and hazardous materials. Emergency medical assistance is also available
for acute exposures to chemicals and hazardous materials. There is no charge
for this service and emergency responders do not need to be registered with CHEMTREC
to access this information.
Pesticides and Spill Management
- by Fred Whitford and Andrew Martin, Purdue Pesticide Programs, Chris
Berry, Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources, John
French, DowElanco, and Donald Horning, Countrymark Cooperative.
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