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Fumigation Service & Supply has organized a ‘Back to the Basics’ Fumigation Seminar in December.

| November 6, 2009

WESTFIELD, Ind.  –Fumigation Service & Supply has organized a ‘Back to the Basics’ Fumigation Seminar in December.  The first seminar will be held on December 8th in Evansville, IN and the second on December 10th in Westfield, Ind.  Topics included Properties of Fumigants & Types of Fumigations, Basic Fumigation, Respiratory Protection, MSDS/Label Review, and Insect Identification / Calculations.  Visit www.fumigationzone.com for upcoming training information. Credits have been applied for in the following states: Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
 

 

 

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