Water Contamination by Pesticides


Number of Hours: 1

Course Offered Until: 07/31/2020

Approved by the Maine Board of Pesticides Control for 1 hour of continuing education.

By actively participating in this class, the student should:

  • Understand the water system, the use and regulations of pesticides and the process of pesticides entering surface and ground water.

  • Discuss the factors that influence a pesticides’ potential to contaminate water through indirect and direct contamination.

  • Understand that the course alone is not sufficient to become successful and competent in preventing water contamination.

    Understand the health effects of common water contaminants.

  • Acknowledge the importance of preventing water sources from pesticide contamination.

Please contact the state for clarification on additional licensing and continuing education requirements: www.maine.gov/agriculture/pesticides/

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*You have up to 90 days to complete the course or until the expiration date of the course. The expiration date is listed in the course description and is set by the state licensing board.

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