New Jersey Administrative Code Title 7 Chapter 30
Please note that the following are nonjudicial versions of the NJDEP/Pesticide Control Program regulation subchapters and are provided as a public service. The text contained, however, should accurately reflect the judicial text as printed in the New Jersey Administrative Code.
To obtain an official copy of the Pesticide Control Program regulations, contact LexisNexis Publishing at 1-800-223-1940 and request theNew Jersey Administrative Code Title 7 Chapter 30.
Subchapter 1 - Scope and Definitions
Subchapter 2 - Pesticide Product Registration and General Requirements, Prohibited and Restricted Use Pesticides
Subchapter 3 - Pesticide Dealers
Subchapter 4 - Pesticide Dealer Business
Subchapter 5 - Commercial Pesticide Operators
Subchapter 6 - Commercial Pesticide Applicators
Subchapter 7 - Pesticide Applicator Businesses
Subchapter 8 - Private Pesticide Applicators
Subchapter 9 - Pesticide Exposure Management
Subchapter 10 - Pesticide Use
Subchapter 11 - Pesticide Grace Period Regulations
Subchapter 12 - Agricultural Worker Protection
Subchapter 13 - Integrated Pest Management in Schools
NJ DEP Decals
Multi-Family Residence Decal
- 15 Sq Inches & Legible from 3 feet
- Left for at least 60 Days after treatment
- Applicatopr Information (Name & Telephone)
- Contain Statement; "As part of a good sanitation program, this faciltiy may be treated with pesticides. See the manager or building administrator for further information."
- Must conform to advertising requirements - NJAC 7:30-2.12 Advertising
- Kitchen cabinet or closet door
Pesticide Control Program
Record Keeping Policy
Since incorporating federal rules on record keeping into our own rules, there is an obvious need for policy guidance when it comes to amount of pesticide used. The new rules call for recording the total amount of concentrate used, and the total amount of diluent used.
Pesticide Applicator or Dealer Storage Inventory and Cover Letter Submittal Due May 1st to your local Fire Department.
All licensed pesticide applicators and dealers who store pesticides are required per N.J.A.C. 7:30-9.5 to maintain a list of the pesticides stored or likely to be stored during the license year. Click below to download the Pesticide Storage Inventory Form and Cover Letter from the Rutgers NJAES Pest Management Office.