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New Label Language Approved for Dominion 2L

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CSI announces EPA approval of the addition of Exterior Perimeter/Interior Spot Treatment post-construction termite treatment language to the Dominion 2L label.

| January 16, 2013

PASADENA, Texas — CSI announces EPA approval of the addition of Exterior Perimeter/Interior Spot Treatment post-construction termite treatment language to the Dominion 2L label.

The addition of EP/IST termite treatment language now allows pest management professionals the option to perform either a full conventional post-construction termite treatment or an EP/IST termite treatment depending on the needs of their customer using Dominion 2L.

“The addition of termite treatment language to the Dominion 2L label is an example of how we at CSI strive to deliver what our customers truly want and need. We are proud to provide PMPs the highest quality liquid termiticide products available and to offer the market a true choice when it comes to product selection,” said Curtis Clark, vice president of sales and marketing, CSI.

Dominion 2L with the newly added EP/IST label language will be available immediately in all currently registered states (CA and NY pending) via a supplemental label available on CSI’s website. http://www.controlsolutionsinc.com/product.asp?id=139

 

 

 

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