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EPA Honors NPMA With National Pesticide Program Partners Award

The award was given as a part of EPA’s Office of Pesticide Program’s first-ever Honor Awards Ceremony, which aims to highlight core values and principles of EPA and encourage their widespread practice.

| December 17, 2009

FAIRFAX, Va. — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) with its National Pesticide Program Partners Award. The award was given as a part of EPA’s Office of Pesticide Program’s first-ever Honor Awards Ceremony, which aims to highlight core values and principles of EPA and encourage their widespread practice. The award recognizes the work of NPMA’s GreenPro program, the largest green certification program for pest management professionals in the world.
 

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