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Insects Limited to Hold Indiana 7D Fumigation Training and Exam

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Insects Limited, Inc. will be holding an Indiana 7D Fumigation Training Session prior to the Indiana State Chemist Office administering the 7D Exam on Jan. 28.

| January 8, 2010

WESTFIELD, Ind. — Insects Limited will be holding an Indiana 7D Fumigation Training Session prior to the Indiana State Chemist Office administering the 7D Exam on Jan. 28. 

The full day of training, complete with the exam at the end, will be held at Insects Limited’s headquarters in Westfield, Ind. This training will allow those who are in need of taking the 7D exam to gain a better understanding and knowledge of the products and information that will be on the exam as well as job duties once they receive their license.

Visit www.InsectsLimited.com for further information on this upcoming training and exam, or contact Kalah at (800) 992-1991 or k.schmitz@insectslimited.com if you have questions, or to register.

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