Secret Site Map
Monday, April 20, 2015

Home News Environmental Chemical Company to Host Termite Workshop

Environmental Chemical Company to Host Termite Workshop

Industry Events

Environmental Chemical Co., in cooperation with Syngenta Professional Products, will present “Termite Management & The Latest Innovations in Control,” on April 30, at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

| March 17, 2014

Environmental Chemical Co., in cooperation with Syngenta Professional Products, will present “Termite Management & The Latest Innovations in Control,” on April 30, at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Environmental Chemical Co., in cooperation with Syngenta Professional Products, will present “Termite Management & The Latest Innovations in Control.” The discussion will focus on Altriset, a new reduced risk termiticide that was recently registered in New York. The meeting is scheduled for April 30, starting at 7 p.m., and should conclude by 9 p.m. The presentation will be made by Jonathan Davis, territory manager for Syngenta.

This is a free presentation and NYS DEC CEU’s have been applied for.

The location is: Cornell Cooperative Extension 10 Patriot Hills Dr Stony Point NY 10980-3535

Coffee and cake will be offered.

Space is limited. RSVP is required: 845/356-2837 or barryeld@envirochemco.com
 

Top news

Family Believed to be Sickened by Pesticide at Virgin Islands Resort

A Delaware family is back home and in the hospital after getting sick while on vacation, due to possible exposure to methyl bromide.

Terminix Acquires Team Too Termite & Pest Control

Team Too, headquartered in Corona, Calif., has five offices throughout California and specializes in commercial and multi-family accounts.

Termidor SC Can Now Be Applied Up to Four Times Per Year

BASF announced the approval of new label use directions by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that allow Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide to be used up to four times per year.

Catseye Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Florida Office

The company's customers and other guests celebrated the one-year anniversary of Catseye's Bonita Springs, Fla., office.

Tick-Borne 'Bourbon Virus' Cause of Kansas Man's Death

Researchers have identified the cause of a Kansas farmer's mysterious death last summer.

x