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•>EPA
               United States
               Environmental Protection
               Agency
              Pesticides And
              Toxic Substances
              (EN-342)
20T-1002
February 1990
Suspended, Cancelled,
And Restricted
Pesticides
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Suspended, Cancelled, and Restricted Pesticides List
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                          INDEX
Alar
Aldrin V

Amitraz

Arsenic Trioxide
Benomyl
BHC  /
Bithionol
Bromoxynil
Bromoxynil Butyrate
Cadmium
Calcium Arsenate
Captafol
Captan
Carbon  Tetrachloride
Chloranil
Chlordane
See Daminozide
Hexachlorohexahydro-endo, exo-dimethanonaphthalene
95 percent, and related compounds 5 percent (CAS No.
309-00-2)
N'-(2,4-Dimethylphenyl)-N-[[(2,4-dimethylphenyl) imino]
methyl] N-methyl-methaneimidamide (CAS No. 33089-
61-1)
Arseneous oxide (CAS No. 1327-53-3)
Methyl 1 -(butylcarbamoyl)-2-benzimidazolecarbamate
(CAS No. 17804-35-2)
Benzene hexachloride, other isomer of (CAS No. 608-73-
1)
2,2'-Thiobis(4,6-dichlorophenol) (CAS No. 97-18-7)
Benzonitrile, 3,4-dibromo-4-hydroxy (CAS No.  1689-84-5)
(CAS No. 3861-41-4)
(CAS No. 7440-43-9)
See Wood Preservatives
Cis-N-((1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethyl)thio)-4-cyclohexene-1,2-
dicarboximide (CAS No. 2939-80-2)
N-Trichloromethylthio-4-cyclohexene-1,2-dicarboximide
(CAS No. 133-06-2)
(CAS No. 56-23-5)
Tetrachloro-p-benzoquinone (CAS No. 116-29-0)
Octachloro-4,7-methanotetrahydroindane (CAS No. 57-
74-9)
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Index
Chlordimeform

Chlorobenzilate
Copper Arsenate
Creosote
Cyanazine

Cyhexatin
Daminozide
DBCP
ODD (IDE) ^
DDT  v
2,4-D
Diallate

Dicofol
Dieldrin v
Dimethoate
Dinocap

Dinoseb

Disinfectants
EBDCs
EDB
N.N-Dimethylformamidine, N'-(4-chloro-o-totyl) (CAS No.
6164-98-3)
Ethyl 4,4'-dichlorobenzilate (CAS No. 510-15-6)
(CAS No. 10103-61-4)
See Wood Preservatives
Propaneitrile, 2-((4-chloro-6-(ethylamino) 1,3,5-triazin-2-y-
1)amino)-2-methyl (CAS No. 21725-46-2)
Tricyclohexylhydroxystannane (CAS No. 13121-70-5)
Butanedioic acid, mono(2,2-dimethylhydrazide) (9CI)
(CAS No. 1596-84-5)
1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (CAS No. 96-12-8)
Dichloro diphenyl dichloroethane (CAS  No. 72-54-8)
Dichloro diphenyl trichloroethane (CAS  No. 50-29-3)
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (CAS No. 94-75-7)
S-(2,3-Dichloroallyl) diisopropylthiocarbamate (CAS No.
2303-16-4)
Benzenemethanol, 4-chloro-,alpha,-(4-chlorophenyl)-
,alpha,-(trichloromethyl) (CAS No. 115-32-2)
See Aldrin
O,O-Dimethyl S-((methylcarbamoyl)methyl)
phosphorodithioate (CAS No. 60-51 -5)
Dinitro (l-methylheptyl)phenyl crotonate (CAS No. 39300-
45-3)
Phenol,2-(1-methylpropyl)-4,6-dinitro (CAS No. 4097-36-
3)
 Ethylene bisthiocarbamates
 Ethylene dibromide (CAS No. 106-93-4)
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Index
Electromagnetic Pest
Control Devices
Electronic Mosquito
Repelling Devices
Endrin «/
EPN

Fluoroacetamide
Heptachlor  \/
Kepone
Lead Arsenate
Lindane v'
Mercury
Metaldehyde
Mi rex
Monocrotophos
OMPA
10,10'-
Oxybisphenoxarsine
Oxyfluorfen

Parathion

PCNB
Hexachloroepoxyoctahydro-endo-demethanonaphthalene
(CAS No. 72-20-8)
O-Ethyl O-(p-nitrophenyl)phenylphosphonothioate (CAS
No. 2104-64-5)
1081 (CAS No. 640-19-7)
See Chlordane
Decachlorooctahydro-1,3,4-metheno-2H-
cyclobuta[cd]pentalen-2-one (CAS No. 143-50-0)
(CAS No. 7784-40-9) See Wood Preservatives
1,2,3,4,5,6-Hexachlorocyclohexane, gamma isomer of
benzene hexachloride (CAS No. 58-89-9)
(CAS No. 7439-97-6)
2,4,6,8-Tetramethyl-1,3,5,7-tetroxcane (CAS No. 108-62-
3)
Dodecachlorooctahydro-1,3,4-methano-1 HCyclobuta[cd]
pentalene (CAS No. 2385-85-5)
3-(dimethoxyphosphinyloxy-N-methyl-cis-crotonamide
(CAS No. 6923-22-4)
Octamethylpyrophosphoramide (CAS No. 152-16-9)
(CAS No. 58-36-6)
2-Chloro-1(e-ethoxy-4-nitrophenoxy)-4-
(trofluoromethyl)benzene (CAS No. 42874-03-3)
O-Ethyl 0-(p-nitrophenyl)phenylphosphonothioate (CAS
No. 56-38-2)
Pentachloronitrobenzene (CAS No. 82-68-8)
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Index
Pentachlorophenol
Phenarsazine Chloride
PCBs
Polychlorinated
Terphenyls
Pronamide
Quaternary Ammonium
Compounds
Safrole
Seed Treatments
Si I vex

Sodium Arsenate
Sodium Arsenite
Sodium Cyanide
Sodium Fluoride
Sodium
Monofluoroacetate
Strobane

Strychnine
2,4,5-T
2,4,5-TCP
Thallium Sulfate
TOK
(CAS No. 87-86-5) See Wood Preservatives
(CAS No. 578-94-9)
Polychlorinated biphenyls
Arochlor
N-(1,1-Dimethylpropynyl) 3,5-dichlorobenzamide (CAS
No. 23950-58-5)
4-Allyl-1,2-(methylenedioxy)benzene (CAS No. 94-59-7)

2-(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy) propionic acid (CAS No. 93-
72-1)
(CAS No. 13464-38-5) See Wood Preservatives
(CAS No. 7784-46-5) See Wood Preservatives
(CAS No. 143-339)
(CAS No. 7681-49-4)
Compound 1080 (CAS No. 62-74-8)

Terpene polychlorinates (65% or 66% chlorine) consists
of chlorinated camphene, pinene, and related
polychlorinates (CAS No. 8001-50-1)
(CAS No. 57-24-9)
See Silvex
Phenol, 2,4,5,-trichloro-(8CI)(9CI)
(CAS No. 7446-18-6)
2,4,-Dichlorophenyl p-nitrophenyl ether (CAS No. 1836-
75-5)
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Index
Toxaphene


Tributyltin

Trifluralin


Vinyl Chloride

Wood Preservatives
(Calcium Arsenate)

Wood Preservatives
(Creosote)

Wood Preservatives
(Phenol, pentachloro-
(8CI)(9CI))

Wood Preservatives
(Sodium Arsenate)

Wood Preservatives
(Sodium Arsenite)
Technical Chlorinated Camphene (67-69% chlorine) (CAS
No. 8001-35-2)

Distannoxane, hexabutyl (CAS No. 56-35-9)

a,a,a-Trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-p-toluidine (CAS
No. 1582-09-8)

Chloroethylene (CAS No. 75-01-4)
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         Suspended, Cancelled,  and Restricted (SCR) Pesticides

                    Prepared by the Office of Compliance Monitoring,
                       Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances,
                      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
      This booklet has been compiled for the purpose of summarizing and clarifying
actions  taken by EPA for pesticides  that the Agency has suspended, cancelled, or
otherwise restricted because of concern for potentially adverse effects.*

      The following have been excluded from this booklet:

      a)     Pesticide registrations that have been cancelled for failure to pay the annual
             registration maintenance fee required by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,
             and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), as amended in 1988;

      b)     Cancellations on pesticide use patterns that were cancelled by Pesticide
             Regulation Notices based on "residue," "no residues," and "zero tolerances";

      c)     Pesticides that have been cancelled by some,  but not all, registrants; and

      d)     Pesticides that have been suspended as the result of Stop, Sale,  Use, or
             Removal Orders as defined under Section 3(C)(2)(B) of FIFRA.

      This listing identifies the current status and references the regulatory history of each
pesticide, as well as the criteria of concern for which the chemical was reviewed by the
Agency. This booklet was designed to provide EPA inspectors with a quick reference
guide, as well as to provide other government agencies, both domestic and foreign, with
current  information  on these pesticides. This guide should also prove useful to anyone
interested in  pesticides or involved in pesticide regulatory work.

      This publication was compiled  in conjuction  with technical, legal, and scientific
divisions within the Office of  Pesticides and Toxic Substances.  It represents  the  fifth
edition of the Suspended, Cancelled, and Restricted Pesticides booklet and replaces the
previous edition published in January 1985.  The material in this edition was compiled as
of February 1990.  Future Agency actions will necessitate updating this publication, and
inserts will be published periodically.
      *  The term restricted applies to pesticide uses that have been limited, revised, or restricted to
comply with specific label changes mandated by the Agency and does not include all restricted-use
pesticides, which require application by or under the direct supervision of a certified applicator as
defined under Section 3(d) of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). To obtain
a separate list of these restricted-use pesticides, please contact the EPA Registration Support Branch,
Registration Division, Office of Pesticide Programs (703) 557-7700.
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     Comments on the accuracy and completeness of this list should be addressed to:

           Office of Compliance Monitoring (EN-342)
           Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances
           Environmental Protection Agency
           Washington, D.C. 20460
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ALDRIN
Criteria of Concern        Carcinogenicity
                          Bioaccumulation
                          Hazard to wildlife
                          Other chronic effects

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.

Reference                PR Notice 71-4 March 18,1971; Accelerated Decision by
                          the Chief Administrative Law Judge May 27,1975; Order
                          declining Review of the Accelerated Decision of the
                          Administrative Law Judge issued by the Chief Judicial
                          Officer June 30, 1975; 37 FR 37246 October 18, 1974.
                          Letter to EPA from the Manufacturer requesting voluntary
                          cancellation of termiticide uses, May 15, 1987.
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BHC	


Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.


                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of BHC nongamma isomers is prohibited in the
                          U.S.

Reference                 43 FR 31432 July 21,1978.
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CHLORDANE
Criteria of Concern

Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicity

Voluntary cancellation of all chlordane/heptachlor
products by the registrant, Velsicol.  All other
chlordane/heptachlor products are either voluntarily
cancelled, or suspended for failure to meet EPA data
requirements.

The only commercial use of chlordane/heptachlor
products still permitted is for fire ant control in power
transformers.
Reference
              Existing Stocks Provisions

1.)    The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing
      stocks of all cancelled chlordane/heptachlor
      products is prohibited in the U.S. as of April 15,
      1988.

2.)    Commercial use of existing stocks of these
      products is also prohibited, except for fire ant
      control in power transformers.

3.)    Use of existing stocks of termiticide products in
      the possession of homeowners is also permitted.

PR Notice 74-11 December 2,  1974; 41 FR 7552
February 19, 1976; FIFRA Docket No. 336 et al. March  6,
1978; PR Notice 78-2 March 28,1978; ruling of D.C.
Judge February 23, 1988; 53 FR 11798 April 8, 1988; 54
FR 20194 May 10, 1989.
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DDD(TDE)
Criteria of Concern



Action/Use Affected


Reference
Carcinogenicity
Bioaccumulation
Hazard to wildlife and other chronic effects

Cancelled, all products containing ODD, a metabolite of
DDT.

PR Notice 71-5 March 18,1971.
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DDT
Criteria of Concern        Carcinogenicity
                          Bioaccumulation
                          Hazard to wildlife and other chronic effects

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.

Reference                 PR Notice 71 -1 January 15,1971; 37 FR 13369 July 7,
                          1972.
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DIELDRIN
                          See Aldrin.
Reference                 PR Notice 71-4 March 18,1971.  Accelerated decision by
                          the Chief Administrative Law Judge May 27,1975.  Order
                          declining review of the accelerated decision of the
                          Administrative Law Judge issued by the Chief Judicial
                          Officer June 30, 1975. 37 FR 37246 October 18,1974.
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ENDRIN
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                          Teratogenicity
                          Reduction in endangered and nontarget species

Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.

Reference                 Unnumbered PR Notice May 20,1964; 44 FR 43632 July
                          25, 1979; 49 FR 42792 October 24,1984; voluntary
                          cancellations 1984-85.
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LJNDANE
Criteria of Concern         Oncogenicity
                            Teratogenicity
                            Reproductive effects
                            Other chronic effects
                            Acute toxicity

Action/Use Affected        Cancellation of lindane products for use in vaporizers.

                            Cancellation of lindane products used for direct
                            application to aquatic environments.

                            In order to avoid cancellation, registrants  of lindane
                            products for all other uses must make the following
                            amendments to their registration:

                            1.)     Commercial Ornamentals. Avocados. Pecans,
                                   Livestock Sprays. Forestry. Christmas Trees.
                                   Structural Treatments. Dog Shampoos, and  Dog
                                   Dusts

                                   a.) These products must be  classified for
                                       restricted use, and their labels must include
                                       the following statements:

                                            Restricted Use Pesticide.

                                             For application only by  or under
                                            the direct supervision of a
                                            certified applicator.

                                   b.) Products for the above uses (except dog
                                       shampoos) must also include the following
                                       labeling statement:

                                            Applicators must wear the
                                            following protective clothing
                                            during the application process: a
                                            light-weight protective suit or
                                            coveralls; water-resistant hat;
                                            unlined, waterproof gloves; and
                                            unlined, light-weight boots.
                                            Mixers and loaders must also
                                            wear goggles or face shield,
                                            waterproof gloves, and a
                                            waterproof apron.

                            2.)     Additional Requirements for Dog Dust Use

                                   Labels of lindane products for dog dust use must
                                   include the following statement:
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LJNDANE
                                       This product should be applied in a well-
                                       ventilated area.

                            3.)     Additional Requirements for Structural Treatment

                                   Labels of lindane products for structural treatment
                                   use must contain the following statement:

                                       Applicators working in enclosed areas, such
                                       as crawl spaces must wear a respirator
                                       approved by OSHA. (29 CFR 1910.134)

                            4.)     Protective Clothing Requirements for Dog
                                   Shampoos

                                   Applicators of lindane-containing dog shampoos
                                   must wear waterproof, elbow-length gloves; a
                                   waterproof apron; and unlined, waterproof boots.

                            5.)     Homeowner Ornamentals

                                   Lindane  products for use on homeowner
                                   ornamentals must include the following labeling
                                   statement:

                                       Applicators must wear the following
                                       protective clothing during the application
                                       process: long-sleeved shirt, long pants,
                                       waterproof gloves, full foot covering, and a
                                       head covering.

                            6.)     Hardwood Logs and Lumber

                                   Lindane-containing products for use on
                                   hardwood  logs must include the following labeling
                                   statement:

                                       Applicators must wear the following
                                       protective clothing during the application
                                       process: light-weight protective suit or
                                       coveralls, unlined waterproof gloves, and
                                       unlined, lightweight boots.
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LINDANE
                            7.)     Dog Dips
                                   Lindane products for use in dog dips must be
                                   labeled as follows*:

                                   a.)  The following statement must appear on the
                                       product label beneath the Mix as Directed
                                       statement under Caution:

                                            AN INDIVIDUAL APPLICATOR
                                            MUST NOT APPLY THIS
                                            PRODUCT MORE THAN TWELVE
                                            TIMES PER YEAR.

                                   b.)  The following statement shall be located on
                                       the front panel  of the label, beneath the
                                       product name and in the same size type as
                                       the signal word:

                                            FOR KENNEL, COMMERCIAL,
                                            FARM, AND SPORT DOG USES
                                            ONLY.

                                   c.)  The last two sentences under Directions for
                                       Use  shall state the following:

                                            An individual applicator must not
                                            use this product more than
                                            twelve times per year. Each
                                            treatment of three dogs or fewer
                                            should be considered one use.

                                   d.)  Applicators must wear the following
                                       protective clothing during the treatment
                                       process:  elbow-length, waterproof gloves; a
                                       waterproof apron; and unlined, waterproof
                                       boots.

                                   e.)  The label shall  state that "improper dilution
                                       could cause serious injury to your dog."

                                   f.)  The label shall  state that children under the
                                       age of 13 should  not be allowed to handle or
                                       apply this product.
* One registrant contested the initial cancellation of all lindane dog dip products to control pests other
than mites.  Consequently, on June 27, 1984, the Agency agreed to continue registration of lindane dog
dips to control fleas, ticks, lice, sarcoptic mange, and scabies provided certain additional protective
measures were instituted.
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LINDANE
                                   g.) The label shall be revised in accordance with
                                       the provisions of the Notice of Intent to
                                       Cancel dated September 30,1983, regarding
                                       disposal of dips.

                            8.)     Moth Sprays

                                   Lindane products for use in moth sprays must
                                   include the following label statements:

                                       Applicators must wear MSHA/OSHA
                                       approved cartridge respirators when applying
                                       this product.

                            9.)     Seed Treatment

                                   Lindane-containing products  for use in seed
                                   treatments must be labeled as follows:
                            10.)
    Applicators who apply this product manually
    or without the use of a closed-system
    treatment procedure must wear the following
    protective clothing during the application
    process: long-sleeved shirt, long pants,
    gloves, and a disposable, paper dust mask
    that covers at least one-third of the face.

    This product should be applied in a well-
    ventilated area.

Protective clothing for automated or closed-
system treatment is not required.

Other Household Uses (Flea Collars. Shelf Paper.
and Household Sprays)
                                    Lindane products for these uses must be labeled
                                    with the following warnings:

                                        Do not allow children to handle or apply this
                                        product.

                                        Children and pets should not be allowed in
                                        treated areas until spray surfaces are dry.

                             11.)    Smoke Fumigation

                                    Lindane smoke fumigation products for outdoor
                                    use must include the following label statement:
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LINDANE
                                       Not for indoor use.

                                   Labels for all lindane products must be modified
                                   to meet the standards of 40 CFR 156.10. Labels
                                   must describe symptoms and proper practical
                                   treatment for poisoning, proper handling and
                                   disposal,  and warnings appropriate for the
                                   product's toxicity category. Where applicable,
                                   labels must include the following statement:

                                       Aerial  application of lindane is prohibited.

                                   Lindane products for residential use that contain
                                   more than 6.5 percent active ingredient must
                                   comply with the child-resistant packaging
                                   regulations described in 40 CFR 157, Subpart B.

                            12.)    Disposal of Dips

                                   Lindane products for dip uses (other than
                                   household uses) must be labeled with the
                                   following  provisions:

                                       Used dip solutions must be disposed of in
                                       accordance with the Resource Conservation
                                       and Recovery Act (RCRA). If the applicator
                                       generates more than 1,000 kg used dip
                                       solution in combination with other hazardous
                                       waste, the material must be treated as a
                                       hazardous waste subject to Subpart C of
                                       RCRA. Any user who wishes to treat, store,
                                       or dispose of hazardous waste must obtain a
                                       permit to serve as a hazardous waste facility
                                       pursuant to RCRA.
                                           Existing Stocks Provisions

                            1.)     The use of existing stocks of lindane products by
                                   end users is permitted until the supply is
                                   exhausted.

                            2.)     Any existing stocks of products within the
                                   possession of the registrant and within the
                                   possession of distributors other than the
                                   registrant, including retailers, must be disposed of
                                   in accordance with the Resource Conservation
                                   and Recovery Act.
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LINDANE
Reference               PR Notice 69-9 April 28,1969; IF&R Docket No. 19
                        December 2, 1974; 48 FR 48512 October 19, 1983; 49
                        FR 26282 June 27, 1984; 50 FR 5424 February 8, 1985.
                        Illinois District Court Memorandum Opinion and Order
                        February 9,  1987.
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ALAR	

                       See Daminozide.
Reference               54 FR 47492 November 14,1989.
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AMITRAZ
Criteria of Concern

Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicrty

All products containing amitraz as a sole active ingredient
may continue to be registered for sale, distribution,
reformulation, and use on pears, and on pears used as
feed for cattle and hogs, subject to the terms and
conditions specified in the EPA publication "Guidance for
the Reregistration of Pesticide Products Containing
Amitraz as the Active Ingredient."  Registrants must
provide, or agree to develop, additional data, specified in
the aforementioned publication in order to maintain
existing registrations or to permit new registrations.

In order to avoid cancellation, registrants must make the
following labeling amendments:

1.)    The following revised environmental hazard
       statement must appear on all manufacturing-use
       product labels:

            This pesticide is toxic to fish.  Do not
            discharge effluent containing this product into
            lakes, streams, ponds, estuaries, oceans, or
            public water unless this is specifically identified
            in an NPDES permit.  Do not discharge
            effluent containing this product into sewer
            systems without previously notifying the
            sewage treatment plant authority. For
            guidance, contact your State Water Board or
            Regional Office of EPA.

2.)    The reentry statement below must appear in the
       use directions of labels with the directions for use
       on pears:

            Do not reenter treated areas for 24 hours
            without protective clothing.

3.)    The worker protection statements listed below
       must appear as part of the precautionary
       statements for all end-use amitraz products:

            During mixing/loading or application, wear a
            protective suit which has long sleeves and
            long pants. Wear chemical resistant gloves, a
            hat, boots, and goggles or face shield.  A
            helmet with visor may be substituted for the
            hat and goggles during aerial application.
            Mixer/loaders should also wear a chemical
            resistant apron when handling the
            concentrated product. Wash thoroughly with
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AMITRAZ
                                         soap and water after handling and before
                                         eating, urinating, or smoking. Remove and
                                         wash clothing before reuse. Clothing should
                                         be laundered separately from household
                                         articles. Replace gloves frequently.  Clothing
                                         which has been drenched and used gloves
                                         should be disposed of in accordance with
                                         state and local regulations.  Instead of clothing
                                         specified above, the applicator can use an
                                         enclosed tractor cab or cockpit with  properly
                                         filtered air supply.

                             4.)    The following  environmental hazards statement
                                    listed below must appear on the end-use label in
                                    the Environmental Hazards section:

                                         This product is toxic to fish. Do not  apply
                                         directly to water. Drift and runoff from treated
                                         areas may be hazardous to fish in adjacent
                                         sites. Do not contaminate water by cleaning
                                         of equipment or disposal of wastes.

Reference                  44 FR 32736 June 7, 1979; 44 FR 59938 October 17,
                             1979. EPA Document:  Guidance for the Reregistration
                             of Pesticide Products Containing Amitraz as the Active
                             Ingredient,  October 1987.
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ARSENIC TRIOXIDE
                        See Wood Preservatives, nonwood uses.

Reference               PR Notice 67-2 August 1,1967; Interpretation No. 25
                        August 1968; 53 FR 5524 February 24, 1988; 53 FR
                        24787 June 30, 1988.
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BENOMYL
Criteria of Concern        Reduction in nontarget organisms
                           Mutagenicity
                           Teratogenicity
                           Reproductive effects
                           Hazard to wildlife

Action/Use Affected       In order to avoid cancellation of benomyl products for
                           aerial application uses, registrants with products
                           packaged in 5-pound or larger containers must include
                           the following labeling statement:

                                 Harmful if inhaled.  Wear a cloth or disposable paper
                                 dust mask during handling and mixing.

Reference                 47 FR 46747 October 20, 1982.
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BITHIONOL
Action/Use Affected
Reference
Cancelled, products intended for:

1.
                          2.
Direct contact with the skin or expected direct or
continuous contact with the skin.

Use in textiles or other materials likely to come in
contact with the skin.
3.     Household use.

PR Notice 68-13 August 14, 1968.
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BROMOXYNIL
Criteria of Concern

Action/Use Affected
Mutagenicity

In order to avoid cancellation, the sole registrant, Rhone-
Poulenc, was required to amend the registrations for its
two bromoxynil products, buctril and bronate.  These
products can no longer be used for turf and noncrop
areas.

These amendments include adding warning statements
to the product labels stating that exposure during
pregnancy causes birth defects in laboratory animals,
restricting its use to certified applicators, and requiring
additional protective clothing for mixers, loaders, and
applicators.

Rhone-Poulenc is also required to conduct an  extensive
notification and educational program for bromoxynil users
to inform them of the potential birth defect risks for
mixing, loading, and applying bromoxynil, as well as the
importance of following the new risk reduction  measures.

Rhone-Poulenc was also required to adhere to the
following shipment provisions:

1.)    By May 6,1989, the registrant was required to halt
      shipment of all bromoxynil products until approved
      amended stickers are affixed to each container
      within the company's possession.

2.)    By May 15,1989, the registrant was required to
      provide each distributor holding inventory of
      bromoxynil products sufficient stickers for such
      inventory.

3.)    By May 25,1989, the registrant was required to
      provide each reseller and retailer holding inventory
      of bromoxynil products sufficient  stickers for such
      inventory.

4.)    The registrant was also required to provide each
      distributor, reseller, and retailer with instructions
      concerning the manner in which the sticker must
      be affixed to each container, and to implement the
      attached labeling communication plan by the dates
      described therein.
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                          5.)    The registrant is also required to assume
                                 responsibility for ensuring that each distributor,
                                 reseller, or retailer attaches the sticker to each
                                 container that is sold or distributed by the
                                 distributor, reseller,  or retailer after the date the
                                 stickers are received.

                          6.)    After October 1, 1989, the registrant was required
                                 to ensure that all bulk containers released for
                                 shipment include a  mechanical transfer
                                 mechanism which terminates in a drip-free hard
                                 coupling that may be used only with a spray or
                                 mix tank that has been fitted with a compatible
                                 coupling.

                          7.)    By October 1, 1989, the registrant was required to
                                 establish  a program to provide assistance to users
                                 who do not own a mechanical transfer system
                                 which terminates in a drop-free  hard coupling and
                                 who wish to obtain  such a system or to  modify
                                 their present system.
                                         Existing Stocks Provisions

                           The shipment of bromoxynil products by the registrant
                           that do not include the amended labeling and restrictions
                           listed above was prohibited in the U.S. as of October 1,
                           1989.
Reference                 54 FR 24949 June 12,1989.
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BROMOXYNIL BUTYRATE
Criteria of Concern        Mutagenicity

Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.


                                       Existing Stocks Provisions

                         The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                         stocks by bromoxynil butyrate is prohibited in the U.S. as
                         of June 13,1989.

Reference                54 FR 24950 June 12,1989.
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CADMIUM
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                            Mutagenicity
                            Teratogenicity
                            Fetotoxicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancellation and denial of registrations of products that
                            contain cadmium for use on golf course fairways and
                            home lawns.

                            In order to avoid cancellations of cadmium products
                            labeled for use on golf course greens and tees,
                            registrants must make the label  modifications specified
                            below:

                                   RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE for retail sale to and use only
                                   by certified applicators or persons under the direct
                                   supervision of a certified applicator and only for those uses
                                   covered by the certified applicators' certification.

                                   Cadmium has been shown to produce kidney toxicity in
                                   humans, and tumors in laboratory animals.

                                   This product is only to be applied by power boom spraying
                                   equipment to golf course greens and tee areas only. Do not
                                   apply through portable, manned, or hand-held pump
                                   sprayers.

                                   Wear chemical resistant gloves, long-sleeved shirts, and
                                   long-legged pants. In addition, wear a chemical resistant
                                   apron during mixing and loading.

                                   Wash gloves with soap and water before removing. Launder
                                   all clothing worn during use before reusing and launder
                                   separately from household articles.
                                            Existing Stocks Provisions

                             1.)    No manufacturer may release for shipment after
                                   January 31,1988, existing stocks of any cadmium
                                   product unless the product bears the required
                                   amended label.

                             2.)    The sale or distribution of any cadmium product
                                   by a retailer or other person was prohibited after
                                   April 30,1988, unless the product bears the
                                   required amended label.

Reference                   52 FR 31076 August 19, 1987.
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CALCIUM ARSENATE
                       See Wood Preservatives, non-wood uses.

Reference               53 FR 5524 February 24,1988; 53 FR 24787 June 30,
                       1988.
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CAPTAFOL
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                          Acute and chronic wildlife effects

Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of captafol products is prohibited in the U.S.

Reference                52 FR 27576 July 22, 1987; 51 FR 11341 April 2, 1986.
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CAPTAN	


Criteria of Concern

Action /Use Affected
Oncogenicity

Cancellation and denial of registrations for products
containing captan as an active ingredient, except for the
following uses*:

1.)    All nonfood uses, including technical captan.

2.)    Seed treatments.

3.)    The following food uses:

      Almonds, apples (pre- and post-harvest), apricots,
      blackberries, blueberries, celery (plant-bed),
      cherries (pre- and post-harvest), dewberries,
      eggplant (plant-bed), grapes, green onions,
      lettuce, mangoes, nectarines, peaches, pears
      (post-harvest only), peppers (plant-bed), pimentos
      (plant-bed), plums/prunes, raspberries, spinach
      (plant-bed), strawberries, taro, tomatoes (plant-
      bed).

All captan uses other than those listed above are
cancelled.
Reference
               Existing Stocks Provisions

The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
stocks of cancelled captan products is prohibited in the
U.S. after February 24, 1990.

54 FR 8116 February 24, 1989.
   Captan is still being reviewed by EPA. Current requirements and restrictions are available from the
EPA Registration Division.
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CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
Criteria of Concern       Oncogenicity
                        Toxic effect on liver and kidneys

Action/Use Affected      Cancelled, all products.

Reference               51 FR 4104 November 12,1986.  FIFRA Sec. 3
                        registration cancelled for nonpayment of 1989
                        maintenance fee, October 12,1989.
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CHLORANIL
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
Reference                42 FR 3702 January 19,1977.
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CHLORDIMEFORM
Criteria of Concern

Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicity

Cancelled, all products.
Reference
              Existing Stocks Provisions

1.)    The sale and distribution of existing stocks of
      chlordimeform in the possession of registrants,
      retailers, and distributors was prohibited after
      February 19,1989.

2.)    The use of existing stocks of chlordimeform in the
      possession of end users was prohibited after
      October 1, 1989.

3.)    Registrants are required to recall those stocks that
      are in the hands of retailers and distributors.

53 FR 36422 September 19,1988; 54 FR 6242 February
8, 1989.
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CHLOROBENZILATE
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicity
Testicular effects

Cancellation and denial of registrations of chlorobenzilate
products for uses other than citrus in Florida, Texas,
California, and Arizona.

In order to avoid cancellation for citrus uses in these four
states, registrants must make the following labeling
modifications:
                              1.)      Restricted Use Pesticides

                                      For retail sale to and use only by certified applicators or
                                      persons under their direct supervision and only for those
                                      uses covered  by the certified applicator's certification.

                              2.)      General Precautions

                                      Take special care to avoid getting chlorobenzilate in eyes,
                                      on skin, or on clothing.

                                      Avoid breathing in vapors or spray mist.

                                      In case of contact with skin, wash as soon as possible with
                                      soap and plenty of water.

                                      If chlorobenzilate gets on clothing, remove contaminated
                                      clothing and wash affected parts of body with soap and
                                      water.  If the extent of the contamination is unknown, bathe
                                      entire body thoroughly. Change to clean clothing.

                                      Wash hands with soap and water each time before eating,
                                      drinking, or smoking.

                                      At the end of  the workday, bathe entire body with soap and
                                      plenty of water.

                                      Wear clean clothes  each day and launder before reusing.

                              3.)      Required  Clothing and Equipment for Application

                                      One-piece overalls that have long sleeves and long pants
                                      constructed of finely woven fabric as specified in the
                                      USDA/EPA Guide for Commercial Applicators.

                                      Wide-brimmed hat.

                                      Heavy duty fabric work gloves.
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CHLOROBENZILATE
                                     Any article of clothing that has been worn while applying
                                     chlorobenzilate must be cleaned before reusing. Clothing
                                     that has been drenched or has otherwise absorbed
                                     concentrated pesticide must be buried or burned.

                                     Face piece respirator of the type approved for pesticide
                                     spray applications by the National Institute for Occupational
                                     Safety and Health.

                                     Instead of the equipment and clothing specified above, the
                                     applicator can use an enclosed tractor cab that provides a
                                     filtered air supply. Aerial application may be conducted
                                     without the specified clothing and equipment.

                              4.)     Handling Precautions

                                     Heavy duty rubber or neoprene gloves and apron must be
                                     worn during loading, unloading, and equipment clean up.

Reference                   44 FR 9548 February 13,1979.
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COPPER ARSENATE (BASIC)
Criteria of Concern       Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected      Voluntary cancellation of the only product containing
                        copper arsenate (basic).

Reference               42 FR 18422 April 7, 1977; PR Notice 83-1 February 17,
                        1983.
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CREOSOTE
                       See Wood Preservatives, wood uses and nonwood
                       uses.

Reference              49 FR 28666 July 13,1984; 51 FR 1334 January 10,
                       1986; 53 FR 5524 February 24, 1988; 53 FR 24787 June
                       30, 1988.
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CYANAZINE
Criteria of Concern         Teratogenicity

Action/Use Affected        In order to avoid cancellation of their cyanazine products,
                            registrants must submit an application to amend the
                            registration of their product.  The application must
                            propose to amend the registration of the product to
                            include the following conditions and labeling
                            modifications:

                            1.)     Require the use of protective gloves when mixing
                                   or loading cyanazine or when adjusting, repairing,
                                   or cleaning equipment.

                            2.)     Require the following precaution concerning the
                                   washing of protective gloves:

                                       Protective gloves must be washed with soap
                                       and water after use and before removing
                                       from the hands.

                            3.)     Require the use of closed systems in connection
                                   with aerial use and chemigation (product
                                   formulations that cannot be used in a closed
                                   loading system must prohibit aerial use and
                                   chemigation).

                            4.)     Require use of a chemical resistant apron when
                                   mixing or loading.

                            5.)     Require that all "Restricted Use" statements
                                   include a statement that cyanazine products have
                                   been  classified for restricted use because
                                   cyanazine has caused birth defects in laboratory
                                   animals.

                            6.)     Include the following precaution concerning the
                                   washing of contaminated clothing:

                                       Cyanazine-contaminated clothing should be
                                       laundered separately from household laundry
                                       to prevent cross-contamination of the
                                       laundry.  Heavily contaminated or drenched
                                       clothing and protective equipment must be
                                       discarded or destroyed in accordance with
                                       state and local regulations.
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CYANAZINE
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          1.)     EPA will allow use of existing stocks of cyanazine
                                 products for up to 6 months after final
                                 cancellation or approval of an amendment to the
                                 registration. Existing stocks may be used after
                                 this 6-month period only in accordance with the
                                 modifications identified above.

                          2.)     Existing stocks of cyanazine products not
                                 relabeled as specified above must be disposed of
                                 in accordance with the Research Conservation
                                 and Recovery Act.

                          3.)     Existing stocks of cyanazine products voluntarily
                                 cancelled prior to January 13,1988, are not
                                 affected by these provisions.

Reference                53 FR 795 January 13,1988.
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CYHEXATIN
Criteria of Concern        Teratogenicity
Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
Reference                EPA's Environmental News November 1,1987.
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DAMINOZIDE
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all daminozide products, for food uses.
                          Remaining registrations for nonfood uses include cut
                          chrysanthemums and bedding plants.

                          Special review of nonfood uses continued, pending an
                          evaluation of the cancer studies in rats and mice with
                          unsymmetrical dimethyl hydrazine, a degradate and
                          metabolite of daminozide.  Final study results to be
                          submitted to EPA in January 1990.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of daminozide for food uses is prohibited in the
                          U.S.

Reference                54 FR 47492 November 14,1989.
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DBCP
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                          Mutagenicity
                          Reproductive effects
                          Ground water contamination

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          1.)    The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of
                                existing stocks of DBCP for Hawaiian pineapple
                                culture is prohibited in the U.S.

                          2.)    Existing stocks that are not exported must be
                                disposed of in accordance with the Resource
                                Conservation and Recovery Act.

Reference                FIFRA Docket Nos. 398, 399, and 400 October 27,1977;
                          42 FR 57543 November 3, 1977; FIFRA Docket No. 435
                          October 29, 1979; 46 FR 19592 March 31,1981; 50 FR
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2,4-D
Criteria of Concern        Carcinogenicity

Action/Use Affected       In order to avoid cancellation, registrants with 2,4-D
                            products must make the following labeling revisions:

                            1.)     Use Pattern Statements

                                    All manufacturing-use products must state
                                    that they are intended for formulation into
                                    end-use products for acceptable use
                                    patterns.

                            2.)     Disposal Statements

                                    Certain unused stocks are listed as toxic
                                    hazardous waste under the  Resource
                                    Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); others
                                    may be hazardous waste because of their
                                    chemical physical characteristics.  The following
                                    is the  appropriate pesticide disposal statement for
                                    all 2,4-D products, except those labeled for
                                    household use only:

                                        Pesticide wastes are toxic. Improper
                                        disposal of excess pesticide, spray mixture,
                                        or rinsate is a violation of federal law and
                                        may contaminate ground water. If these
                                        wastes cannot be disposed of by use
                                        according to label instructions, contact your
                                        state pesticide or environmental control
                                        agency or the hazardous waste
                                        representative at the nearest EPA Regional
                                        Office for guidance.

                                    Products labeled for household use  only must
                                    bear the following disposal statement:

                                        Securely wrap original container in several
                                        layers of newspaper and discard in trash.

                            3.)     Use Directions. End-Use Products

                                    The following statements are required in the use
                                    directions for all end-use products:
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                                        a.)   Liquid products.

                                             This product can reach ground water as a
                                             result of mixing and loading. To minimize
                                             ground water contamination from spills
                                             during mixing, loading and cleaning of
                                             equipment, take the following steps:

                                             Mixing and Loading. When mixing, loading,
                                             or applying this product, wear chemical-
                                             resistant gloves. Wash nondisposable gloves
                                             thoroughly with soap and water before
                                             removing.

                                                  The mixing and loading of spray
                                             mixtures into the spray equipment must be
                                             carried out on an impervious pad (i.e.,
                                             concrete slab or plastic sheeting) large
                                             enough to catch any spilled material. If spills
                                             occur, contain the spill by using an
                                             absorbent material (e.g., sand, earth, or
                                             synthetic absorbent).  Dispose of the
                                             contaminated absorbent material by placing
                                             in a plastic bag and following disposal
                                             instructions on this label.

                                                   Triple rinse empty containers and add
                                             the rinsate to the mixing tank.

                                             Cleaning of Equipment. When cleaning
                                             equipment, do not pour the washwater  on
                                             the ground - spray or drain over a large area
                                             away from wells and other  water sources.

                                        b.)  Granular products.

                                             This product can reach ground water from
                                             improper handling. To minimize ground
                                             water contamination from spills during
                                             loading and cleaning of equipment, take the
                                             following steps:

                                             Handling.  When handling this product, wear
                                             chemical-resistant gloves.  Wash
                                             nondisposable gloves thoroughly with soap
                                             and water before removing. If spills occur,
                                             collect the material and dispose of by
                                             following disposal instructions on this label.

                                             Cleaning of Equipment. When  cleaning
                                             equipment, do not pour the washwater on
                                             the ground - spray or drain over a large area
                                             away from wells and other  water sources.
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                                  c.)  Products for use on pastures and rangeland
                                      grasses.

                                      Labels for products registered for use on
                                      pastures  and rangeland grasses must be
                                      revised to reflect the following intervals, if
                                      such intervals are not currently on the label:

                                      i.)    A 7-day pregrazing interval for dairy
                                           cattle;

                                      ii.)   A 30-day preharvest interval for grass
                                           cut for hay; and

                                      iii.)   A 3-day preslaughter interval for meat
                                           animals.

                                  d.)  Products for certain food and feed uses.

                                      Label use directions for products registered
                                      for the following uses must be revised:
                                      potatoes, apples, pears, grapes,
                                      strawberries, barley and barley forage, corn
                                      and corn forage and fodder, millet, oats, rice
                                      and rice straw, rye, sorghum and sorghum
                                      forage and  fodder, wheat, rangeland and
                                      pasture grass, asparagus, and sugarcane.
                                      The revisions pertain to preharvest intervals,
                                      ranges of diluent, and maximum seasonal
                                      application  rates and/or specific
                                      requirements for each commodity. The
                                      registrants must propose the specific
                                      language.
                                         Existing Stocks Provisions

                           1.)     The shipment of existing stocks of 2,4-D products
                                  by registrants without the amended labeling
                                  specified above and in the September 1988
                                  Reregistration Guidance Package was prohibited
                                  as of October 1,1989.

                           2.)     The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing
                                  stocks of 2,4-D products by persons other than
                                  the registrant without the required amended
                                  labeling will be prohibited in the U.S. as of
                                  October 1,1990.
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2,4-D
Reference                PR Notice 67-7 October 12,1967.  Reregistration
                         Guidance Package 23-4; PR Notice 83-2; PR Notice 83-
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DIALLATE
Criteria of Concern         Oncogenicity
                             Mutagenicity

Action /Use Affected        In order to avoid cancellation of their diallate products,
                             registrants must modify the terms of registration to
                             include the following labeling provisions:

                             1.)      Restricted-Use Pesticide

                                     For retail sale to and use only  by certified applicators or
                                     persons under their direct supervision and only for those
                                     uses covered by the applicator's certification.  See FIFRA
                                     Section 3(d).

                             2.)      Protective Clothing Required

                                     The following items of clothing must be worn
                                     when mixing, loading, or applying Avadex:

                                         Long trousers and long-sleeved shirt or
                                         jacket of close-knit material.

                                         Gloves made of rubber or other similar
                                         impermeable material.

                                         Leather or rubber boots high enough to
                                         cover the ankle.

Reference                   47 FR 27109 June 23,1982.
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DICOFOL
Criteria of Concern        Ecological effects

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products containing greater than 0.1
                          percent DDTr.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing stocks of
                          dicofol products greater than 0.1 percent DDTr is
                          prohibited in the U.S.

Reference                51 FR 19508 May 29, 1986.
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DIMETHOATE
Criteria of Concern


Action/Use Affected
Reference
Oncogenicity
Mutagenicity

Cancelled, all dimethoate products for use in dust
formation.

In order to avoid cancellation for all other uses of
dimethoate products, registrants must include the
following labeling provisions:

1.)     Required Clothing and Equipment for Application

       All applicators, including homeowners and
       flaggers and personnel involved with the mixing,
       loading, and transferring operations, must wear
       the protective clothing and equipment
       enumerated below.  Pilots are exempt from this
       requirement. The protective clothing and
       equipment to be worn is as follows:

       a.)  Impermeable gloves (for example, rubber or
           plastic-covered gloves).

       b.)  Rubber or synthetic rubber boots or boot
           covers.

       c.)  Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, made of
           closely woven fabric.

       d.)  Wide-brimmed hat.

       e.)  Respirators must be worn by flaggers and
           mixer/loaders.

2.)     Dimethoate Products for Aerial Application

       These products must include the following
       statements:

           AUTOMATIC FLAGGING DEVICES SHOULD
           BE USED WHENEVER FEASIBLE.

           IF HUMAN FLAGGERS ARE EMPLOYED,
           THEY MUST WEAR THE PROTECTIVE
           CLOTHING AND RESPIRATOR SPECIFIED
           ON THIS LABEL

46 FR 5334 January 19, 1981.
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DINOCAP
Criteria of Concern         Teratogenicity

Action/Use Affected        In order to avoid cancellation of their dinocap products,
                             registrants must include the following developmental
                             toxicity warning statement on their product label:

                             1.)     Use of this product may be hazardous to your
                                    health.  This product has been determined to
                                    cause birth  defects in laboratory animals. The
                                    following products do not require any label
                                    changes, except No. 1  above:

                                    a.) Liquid and wettable powder formulations
                                        used on peaches/apricots, and field roses.

                                    b.) Liquid formulations used on pears, apples,
                                        and in greenhouses.

                                    c.) All home and garden uses.

                             2.)     All liquid formulation products that bear uses for
                                    pears must  limit the maximum application rate to
                                    0.47 pounds/acre.

                             3.)     All wettable  powder formulation products that
                                    bear uses for apples must bear the following label
                                    statement for use on apples:

                                    a.)  During the mixing and loading of
                                        concentrated dinocap, wear a protective suit
                                        of one or two pieces that covers all parts of
                                        the body except the head, hands, and feet.
                                        Wear chemical resistant gloves, apron, and
                                        shoes, and shoe coverings or boots. Wear
                                        goggles or a face shield. A hood or hat may
                                        also be worn.

                                    b.)  Whenever possible, it is recommended that
                                        application be made from a vehicle with a
                                        completely enclosed cab. All vents and
                                        windows of the cab should remain closed
                                        during application. During application from a
                                        completely enclosed cab, wear a long-
                                        sleeved shirt and long pants.  A clean set of
                                        protective clothing and equipment, as defined
                                        here, must be available in case you must exit
                                        the cab in treated areas. Always wear
                                        protective gloves upon exiting the cab.
                                        Remove  protective clothing and equipment
                                        before reentering the cab to prevent cab
                                        contamination.
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                                      c.)  If application from a vehicle with a completely
                                          enclosed cab is not possible and during
                                          repair and clean-up of equipment for reentry
                                          into treated areas prior to drying of the spray,
                                          wear a protective suit of one or two pieces
                                          that covers all parts of the body except the
                                          hands, feet, and head. Wear chemical
                                          resistant gloves and chemical resistant
                                          shoes, shoe coverings or boots. A hood or
                                          hat may also be worn.  During air blast or
                                          mist blower application a protective hood or
                                          wide-brim hat must be worn.

                                      d.)  Warning:  Wearing the protective suit for the
                                          prolonged periods required for application
                                          may produce heat stress at temperatures
                                          above 85° F. on a cloudy day or 80° F. on a
                                          sunny day. Application of this product must
                                          be conducted from enclosed cab vehicles
                                          when the temperature exceeds 85° F. (80° F.
                                          on sunny days) or delayed until the
                                          temperature drops.

                                      e.)  After application of the pesticide is
                                          completed, remove all clothes and shoes.
                                          Shower using soap and  water.  Redress only
                                          in clean clothes.  Do not use contaminated
                                          clothing. Wash nondisposable protective
                                          equipment with soap or detergent and water
                                          after each use.  Personal and nondisposable
                                          protective clothing worn during use must be
                                          laundered separately from household articles.
                                          Clothing or protective equipment heavily
                                          contaminated or drenched with dinocap must
                                          be destroyed according to state or local
                                          regulations. Heavily contaminated or
                                          drenched clothing cannot be adequately
                                          decontaminated.

                               4.)     All liquid  and wettable powder formulations that
                                      bear uses for grapes and field cucurbits and all
                                      wettable  powder formulations that bear uses for
                                      pears must bear the following label statement for
                                      use on these commodities:

                                      a.)  See  3.a. above.

                                      b.)  This product must be applied from a vehicle
                                           with an enclosed cab.  See 3.b. for required
                                           protection.

                                      c.)  See  3.c.

                                      d.)  See  3.e.
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DINOCAP
                                       Existing Stocks Provisions

                         The sale, distribution, and shipment of dinocap products
                         that do not bear the amended labeling as specified
                         above was prohibited in the U.S. as of August 6,1989.
Reference                54 FR 5908 February 6,1989.
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DINOSEB
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Teratogenicity
Reproductive effects
Acute effects

Cancelled, all products.
Reference
              Existing Stocks Provisions

1.)     The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing
       stocks of dinoseb for use on caneberries in
       Washington and Oregon  was prohibited after the
       1989 use season.

2.)     The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing
       stocks of dinoseb for all other uses is prohibited
       in the U.S.

51 FR 36634 October 14,1986; IF&R Docket No. 590
June 10,1988. U.S. Court of Appeals March 20,1989.
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DISINFECTANTS
Action/Use Affected


Reference
Cancelled, products bearing labeling claims involving the
terms germ proofing, germ proofs, and germ proof.

PR Notice 69-13 August 8,1969.
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EBDCs
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicity
Teratogenicity

All zineb products registered for agricultural food uses
are either suspended for failure to submit data to the
Agency, or cancelled.

All nabam products registered for agricultural food uses
are either suspended for failure to submit data to the
Agency or have had their registrations amended to delete
agricultural food uses from the product labels.

The following crop uses are retained:

Maneb          Almonds, bananas, potatoes, sugar
                beets, and sweet corn.

Metiram         Potatoes.

Mancozeb       Asparagus, bananas, cranberries, figs,
                grapes, onions, peanuts, potatoes,
                sugar beets, sweet corn, tomatoes, and
                wheat.

The following crop uses are deleted:
                           Maneb
                           Metiram

                           Mancozeb
                Peppers, tomatoes, onions, beans,
                broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupes,
                watermelon, other melons, cucumbers,
                squash, apples, spinach, stone fruits,
                carrots, celery, turnips, cauliflower,
                brussels sprouts, collards, mustard
                greens, kale, rhubarb, lettuce, Chinese
                cabbage, eggplant, endive, grapes, and
                pumpkins.

                Apples.

                PuPont Corporation has deleted:
                apples, crab apples, quince, pears,
                papayas, pineapples, carrots, celery,
                fennel, cucumbers,  melons, squash
                (summer and winter), tobacco (plant
                bed and field),  cotton (foliar), field corn,
                oats, barley, and rye.
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EBDCs
                                          Rohm and Haas Company has deleted:
                                          apples, barley, cantaloupes, carrots,
                                          celery, corn (field and hybrid seed
                                          corn), crab apples, cucumbers, fennel,
                                          melons, muskmelons, oats, papaya,
                                          pears, pineapples, quince rye, squash,
                                          and watermelons.

                                          Pennwalt Corporation has deleted:
                                          cucumbers, melons, summer squash,
                                          field corn, celery, carrots, apples, pears,
                                          crab apples, and quince.
                                         Existing Stocks Provisions

                           1.)     Zineb

                                  a.) The sale and distribution of existing stocks of
                                     zineb products labeled for agricultural food
                                     uses by registrants and supplemental
                                     distributors are prohibited.

                                  b.) Persons other than zineb registrants and
                                     supplemental distributors with these products
                                     in their possession may sell or distribute
                                     existing stocks of these zineb products until
                                     these stocks are exhausted.

                           2.)     Nabam

                                  a.) The sale and distribution of existing stocks of
                                     nabam labeled for agricultural use by
                                     registrants and supplemental distributors are
                                     prohibited.

                                  b.) Persons other than nabam registrants or
                                     distributors with these products in their
                                     possession may sell  or distribute existing
                                     stocks of these nabam products until these
                                     stocks are exhausted.

                           3.)     Maneb.  Metiram. Mancozeb

                                  a.) Rohm and Haas, DuPont, and BASF are
                                     responsible for ensuring that ail of their
                                     maneb, metiram, and mancozeb products
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                                      released for shipment or in the channels of
                                      trade after January 1,1990, bear the
                                      amended labeling specified above.

                                  b.)  Pennwalt is responsible for ensuring that all
                                      of its maneb and mancozeb products bear
                                      the amended labeling specified above, by the
                                      date listed in the February FR Notice.

                                  c.)  Products already in the possession of
                                      growers are not required to be relabeled.

                                  d.)  Formulators of end-use products may not
                                      use any relabeled maneb, metiram, or
                                      macozeb technical registered by Rohm and
                                      Haas, DuPont, Pennwalt, or BASF to
                                      formulate any end-use products that are
                                      labeled for a deleted use.

Reference                 47 FR 47669 October 27, 1982; 54 FR 50020 December
                           4, 1989; 55 FR? February ?, 1990.*
* At this writing, the Federal Register notice, including the latest restrictions for EDBCs, had not yet
been published. Please contact the Agency's Registration Division for further information regarding this
reference.
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EDB
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                          Mutagenicity
                          Reproductive effects

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.
                                       Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The use of existing stocks of EDB for beehive supers and
                          honeycombs is permitted.

Reference                 48 FR 46228 October 11,1983; 49 FR 4452 February 6,
                          1984; 49 FR 14182 April 10,1984; 50 FR 12072 March
                          27,1985; FIFRA Sec. 3 registration cancelled for
                          nonpayment of 1989 maintenance fee, October 12,1989.
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ELECTROMAGNETIC PEST CONTROL DEVICES
Action/Use Affected       Products ineffective in controlling rodents and insects.
                         Regulatory actions have been taken to remove them from
                         the marketplace.

Reference                EPA Publication No. EPA 340102-80-001, October 1980,
                         Investigation of Efficacy and Enforcement Activities
                         Relating to Electromagnetic Pesticide Control Devices.
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ELECTRONIC (SONIC) MOSQUITO REPELLING DEVICES
Action/Use Affected      Products ineffective in repelling mosquitoes. Regulatory
                       actions have been taken to remove them from the
                       marketplace.

Reference              EPA's Environmental News October 13,1976.
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EPN
Criteria of Concern        Neurotoxicity
                          Hazard to aquatic organisms

Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.

Reference                 48 FR 39494 August 31, 1983; 52 FR 27453 July 21,
                          1987.
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FLUOROACETAMIDE
Criteria of Concern        Acute toxicity to mammalian and avian species
                         Reduction in endangered and nontarget species
                         Acute toxicity without antidote

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.

Reference                Label amendment accepted by OPP November 2,1979;
                         45 FR 13189 February 28,1980; FIFRA Sec. 3 cancelled
                         registration for nonpayment of 1989 registration
                         maintenance fee, October 12, 1989.
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HEPTACHLOR
                        See Chlordane.

Reference               PR Notice 74-1  December 2,1974; 41 FR 7552 February
                        19, 1976; FIFRA Docket No. 336, et al., March 6,1978;
                        PR Notice 78-2  March 28,1978.
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KEPONE
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.

                          A summary of kepone products follows:

                          1.)     Inaccessible Products

                                 a.) Antrol Ant Trap (Reg. No. 475-11), Black Rag
                                    Ant Trap (Reg. No. 475-82), Grant's Roach
                                    Trap (Reg. No. 1663-22), Grant's Ant Control
                                    (Reg. No. 1663-24), and Dead Shot Ant Killer
                                    (Reg. No. 274-23) were cancelled as of May
                                    11, 1977.

                                 Inaccessible products includes those enclosed
                                 kepone traps made from metal or plastic, as well
                                 as metal stakes containing enclosed kepone bait
                                 that are hammered into the ground.

                                 b.) Black Leaf Ant Trap (Reg. No. 5887-63), Hide
                                    Roach and Ant Trap (Reg. No. 3325-4), Lily's
                                    Ant Trap with Kepone (Reg. No. 460-17),
                                    T.N.T.  Roach and Ant Killer (Reg. No. 2095-
                                    2), Johnston's No-Roach Traps (Reg. No.
                                    2019-19), Mysterious Ant Trap with Kepone
                                    (Reg. No. 395-19), Magikil Ant Trap with
                                    Kepone (Reg. No. 395-21), Magikil Roach
                                    Trap with Kepone (Reg. No. 395-25), Ant-
                                    Not Ant Trap (Reg. No. 358-20), Nott Roach
                                    Trapp (Reg.  No. 358-129), E-Z Ant Trap
                                    Contains Kepone (Reg. No. 506-109), Tat Ant
                                    Trap (Reg. No. 506-126), and Ant Check Ant
                                    Trap (Reg. No. 506-129) were effectively
                                    cancelled on May 1,1978.

                          2.)     Accessible Products

                                 All of these products were cancelled as of
                                 December 13, 1977.

                                 Accessible products includes those that, in
                                 normal use, would be removed from their
                                 containers, as well as foil or cardboard-covered
                                 traps.
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KEPONE
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          1.)     The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing
                                 stocks of inaccessible products formulated prior
                                 to May 11,1977, is permitted until such stocks
                                 are exhausted.

                          2.)     The sale, distribution, and shipment of existing
                                 stocks of accessible products is prohibited in the
                                 U.S.

Reference                41 FR 24624 June 17,1976; 42 FR 18885 April 11, 1977;
                          42 FR 38205 July 27, 1977; FIFRA Docket Nos. 392 et al.
                          October 27, 1977, and the affirmation of FIFRA Docket
                          Nos. 392 et al. by the Judicial Officer December 13,
                          1977.
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LEAD ARSENATE
                       See Wood Preservatives, nonwood uses.

Reference               53 FR 5524 February 24,1988; 53 FR 24787 June 30,
                       1988.
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MERCURY
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Reference
Hazard to aquatic organisms
Acute toxicity

Cancelled, all products, except for the following uses:

1.)     As a fungicide in the treatment of textiles and
       fabrics intended for continuous outdoor use;

2.)     As a fungicide to control brown mold on freshly
       sawn lumber;

3.)     As a fungicide treatment to control Dutch elm
       disease;

4.)     As an in-can preservative in water-based paints
       and coatings;

5.)     As a fungicide in water-based paints and coatings
       used for exterior application;

6.)     As a fungicide to control winter turf diseases*,
       such as Sc/erof/n/a boreales, and gray and pink
       snow mold subject to the following:

       a.) The use of these products shall be prohibited
           within 25 feet of any water body where fish
           are taken for human consumption.

       b.) These products can be applied only by or
           under the direct supervision of golf course
           superintendents.

       c.) The products are classified as restricted-use
           pesticides when they are reregistered and
           classified in accordance with Section 3(d) of
           FIFRA.

PR Notice 72-5 March 22,1972; FIFRA Docket No. 246
et al. December 22, 1975; 41 FR 16497 April 19, 1976; 41
FR 26742 June 29, 1976; 41 FR 36068 August 26, 1976.
* The term winter turf diseases refers to the forms of snow mold that can attack and damage the fine
turf of greens, tees, and aprons.
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METALDEHYDE
Criteria of Concern        Acute and chronic wildlife effects

Action/Use Affected       Registrants must include the following statement on the
                          front panel of the  product label:

                                 This pesticide may be fatal to dogs or other pets if
                                 eaten. Keep pets out of treated area.

Reference                PR Notice 74-7 July 1,1974.
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MIREX
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Carcinogenicity
Bioaccumulation
Hazard to wildlife and other chronic effects

Cancelled, all products.

Although all products are cancelled, existing stocks of
Harvester Bait 300, Reg. No. 38962-5, may only be sold
and used for the control of the pheidole ant, Argentine
ant, and fire ant on pineapples in Hawaii.

The application of Harvester Bait 300 is subject to the
following restrictions:

1.)     Aerial Application

       No longer permitted.

2.)     Ground Application

       a.)  Permissible in all areas of infestation provided
            that there is no ground application to aquatic
            and heavily forested areas or areas  where
            run-off or flooding will contaminate such
            areas.*

       b.)  Treatment shall be confined to areas where
            the imported fire ants are causing significant
            problems.


               Existing Stocks Provisions

The sale,  distribution, and use of Mirex products (with the
exception of Harvest Bait 300) is prohibited in the U.S.
Reference
FIFRA Docket No. 293 October 26, 1976; 41  FR 56694
December 29, 1976.
*  Aquatic areas encompasses, without limitation, estuaries, rivers, streams, wetlands (those land and
water areas subject to inundation by tidal, riverine, or lacustrine flowage), lakes, ponds, and other bodies
of water.
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MONOCROTOPHOS
Criteria of Concern

Action/Use Affected
Avian effects

Voluntary cancellation, all products.

July 30, 1989, was the last date for use of the product for
manufacturing purposes, and the last date for sale and
distribution by the registrant, DuPont.
Reference
              Existing Stocks Provisions

The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
stocks of monocrotophos products is prohibited in the
U.S.

Letter from registrant to EPA, June 13, 1988.
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OMPA	

Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
Reference                41 FR 21859 May 28, 1976.
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lOJO'-OXVBISPHENOXARSINE
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                         Mutagenicity
                         Teratogenicity

Action/Use Affected       In order to avoid cancellation, registrants must amend
                         product labels to eliminate use in wind breakers and
                         baby pants.

Reference                Special Pesticide Review Division's position document on
                         10,10'-oxybisphenoxarsine approved April 20, 1979.
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OXYFLUORFEN
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all oxyfluorfen products (Goal) for use on
                          nonbearing and bearing fruits and nuts, conifer
                          seedbeds, transplant and out-plantings, soybeans, and
                          field corn (in conjunction with the USDA Witchweed
                          Eradication Program), unless registrants modify the
                          conditions of registration as follows:

                          The perchloroethylene (PCE) contamination of
                          oxyfluorfen products (Goal) must not exceed 200 ppm.
                          This must be stated in the confidential statement of
                          formula for each registered oxyfluorfen product.

Reference                 47 FR 27118 June 23, 1982.
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PARATHION (ETHYL)
Criteria of Concern         Acute toxicity
                             Toxic to aquatic organisms

Action/Use Affected        Registration of ethyl parathion limited to those products
                             packed in one gallon containers or larger.

                             Manufacturers and formulators of registered ethyl
                             parathion should be in compliance with the standardized
                             safety label that was enclosed with PR 71-2.

                             Registrants must include the following label statement on
                             the front panel of their parathion products:

                                    RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE due to very high
                                    acute toxicity to humans and birds.  For retail sale
                                    to and use only by certified applicators or persons
                                    under their direct supervision and only for those
                                    uses covered by the certified applicator's
                                    certification. Direct supervision for this product is
                                    defined as the application, mixing, loading, repair,
                                    and cleaning of application equipment.
                                    Commercial certified applicators must also ensure
                                    that all persons involved in these activities are
                                    informed of the precautionary statements.

Reference                   PR Notice 71 -2 April 5,1971; 40 CFR 152.175.
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PCNB	


Criteria of Concern

Action/Use Affected
Reference
Onocogenicity

Voluntary cancellation of all dust-based formulations
except those used in planter box seed treatment.

Registrants of PCNB products must make the following
amendments:

1.)     Reduction of the hexachlorobenzene (HCB) level
       in technical  PCNB products to 0.1 percent or less
       because of  risks associated with  the oncogenic
       effects of HCB.

2.)     Granular Formulations Used in Parks and Golf
       Courses

       These products must include on  their labels the
       following precautionary statement:

           Do not apply directly adjacent to potable
           water supplies.

3.)     Homeowner Products

       These products must include on  their labels the
       following precautionary statement:

           Avoid contact with skin by wearing the
           following protective clothing:  long-sleeved
           shirt, long pants, socks, and shoes. Wash
           hands thoroughly after using.

4.)     Professional Applicator Products

       These products must include the following
       protective clothing requirements on their labels
       during mixing/loading procedures:

           Granular formulations:  gloves, long-sleeved
           shirt, long pants, socks, and shoes.

           Emulsifiable concentrate and liquid
           formulations:  respirator, gloves, long-sleeved
           shirt, long pants, socks, and shoes.

47 FR 18177 April 28, 1982.
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PENTACHLOROPHENOL
                      See Wood Preservatives, wood and nonwood uses.

Reference              49 FR 28666 July 13,1984; 51 FR 1334 January 10,
                      1986; 53 FR 5524 February 24, 1988.
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PHENARSAZINE CHLORIDE
Action/Use Affected      Voluntary cancellation, all products.
Reference               42 FR 59776 November 21,1977.
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POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS
Criteria of Concern       Oncogenicity
Action/Use Affected      Cancelled, all products.
Reference               PR Notice 70-25 October 29,1970.
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POLYCHLORINATED TERPHENYLS	

Criteria of Concern       Chronic toxicity to aquatic organisms
Action/Use Affected      Cancelled, all products.
Reference               PR Notice 70-25 October 29,1970.
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PRONAMIDE
Criteria of Concern         Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected        Cancelled, all pronamide products for hand spray
                            application, except those used on ornamentals and
                            nursery stock.

                            In order to avoid cancellation and denial of registrations
                            of all pronamide products registered for use on lettuce,
                            alfalfa, forage legumes, and other uses, registrants must
                            make the following amendments:

                            1.)     Wettable Powder Products

                                    Pronamide labels for wettable  powder products
                                    must include the following statement:

                                       RESTRICTED-USE PESTICIDE.  For retail
                                       sale to and use only by certified applicators
                                       or persons under their direct supervision and
                                       only for those uses covered by the
                                       applicator's certification.

                                       Because pronamide has produced tumors in
                                       laboratory animals, this product is for use
                                       only by certified applicators or  persons under
                                       their direct supervision and only for uses
                                       covered by the certified applicator's
                                       certification.

                            2.)     General Precautions

                                    Under general precautions, the labels must
                                    include the following statements:

                                       Take special care to avoid contact with eyes,
                                       skin, or clothing.

                                       Wash clothing and gloves after use.

                            3.)     Protective Clothing

                                    The following items of clothing are required when
                                    mixing or applying pronamide:

                                    a.) Long-sleeved shirts and long pants,
                                       preferably one piece (overalls).

                                    b.) Hat with brim.

                                    c.) Heavy duty fabric or rubber work gloves.
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                                   d.)  Hand-spray applications of pronamide will
                                        require the use of heavy duty leather or
                                        rubber boots.

                            4.)     Water-Soluble Packaging

                                   For all wettable powder products introduced in
                                   commerce, the label must include the following
                                   statement:

                                        Dilution Instructions

                                        The enclosed pouches of this product are
                                        water-soluble. Do not allow pouches to
                                        become wet prior to adding to the spray
                                        tank.  Do not handle the pouches with wet
                                        hands or gloves. Always reseal overwrap
                                        bag to protect remaining unused pouches.
                                        Do not remove except to add directly to the
                                        spray tank.

                                        Add the required number of unopened
                                        pouches as determined by the dosage
                                        recommendations into the spray tank with
                                        agitation.  Depending on the water
                                        temperature and degree of agitation, the
                                        pouches should dissolve completely within
                                        approximately five minutes from the time they
                                        are added to the water.

                            5.)      Granular Formulation for Turf  Use

                                    For turf use of granular formulation pronamide,
                                    the label  must include the statement:

                                        This product should be watered in within 24
                                        hours.

Reference                 44  FR 61640 October 26,1979; Registration Standard
                            issued May 15, 1987.
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QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS
Criteria of Concern        Other chronic effects
Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, for use as a san'rtizer in poultry drinking water.
Reference               PR Notice 73-5 August 29,1973.
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SAFROLE
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                          Mutagenicity

Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of Surf-Kote Pet Repellent, Reg. No. 1811-8, and
                          Scram Dog Repellent Spray, Reg. No. 239-2057, are
                          permitted only be persons other than the registrants.

Reference                42 FR 11039 February 25,1977; 42 FR 16844 March 30,
                          1977; 42 FR 29957 June 10,1977.
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SEED TREATMENTS
Criteria of Concern        Other chronic effects

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products not containing a dye or
                          discoloring agent that will impart an unnatural color to the
                          seed, unless labeling includes directions for adding a dye
                          at the time of treatment.  Exceptions to this are products
                          bearing directions for use solely as planter box
                          treatments.

Reference                 PR Notice 70-17 June 26,1970; PR Notice 70-24 October
                          28,1970.
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SILVEX/2,4,5-T
Criteria of Concern       Oncogenicity
                         Mutagenicity
                         Fetotoxicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.

Reference                PR Notice 70-22 September 28,1970; 44 FR 15917
                         March 15, 1979; 44 FR 41536 July 17,1979; 48 FR
                         48434 October 18,1983.  Ruling by an Administrative
                         Law Judge, January 2,1985.
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SODIUM ARSENATE
                       See Wood Preservatives, nonwood uses.

Reference               53 FR 5524 February 24,1988; 53 FR 24787 June 30,
                       1988.
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SODIUM ARSENITE
                        See Wood Preservatives, nonwood uses.

Reference               PR Notice 67-2 August 1,1967; Interpretation No. 25
                        August 1968; 53 FR 5524 February 24,1988; 53 FR
                        24787 June 30, 1988.
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SODIUM CYANIDE
Criteria of Concern        Toxicity to wildlife and endangered species
                           Acute toxicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled and suspended, all products for mammalian
                           predator control except the registration of sodium
                           cyanide capsules for use in the M-44 device is allowed
                           for the purpose of controlling certain wild canid predators
                           subject to the following 26 restrictions:

                           1.)    Use of the M-44 device shall conform to all
                                 applicable Federal, state, and local laws and
                                 regulations.

                           2.)    Applicators shall be subject to such other
                                 regulations and restrictions as may be prescribed
                                 from time to time by the EPA.

                           3.)    Each applicator of the M-44 device shall be
                                 trained in (1) safe handling of the capsules and
                                 device, (2) proper use of the antidote kit, (3)
                                 proper placement of the device, and (4)
                                 necessary recordkeeping.

                           4.)    The M-44 devices and sodium cyanide capsules
                                 shall not be sold or transferred to, or entrusted to
                                 the care of, any person not supervised or
                                 monitored by the registrant.

                           5.)    The M-44 device shall only be used to take wild
                                 canids suspected of preying on livestock, poultry,
                                 or federally designated threatened or endangered
                                 species.

                           6.)    The M-44 device shall not be used solely to take
                                 animals for the value of their fur.

                           7.)    The M-44 device shall only be used on or within 7
                                 miles of a ranch unit or  allotment where losses
                                 due to canid predation are occurring or where
                                 losses can be reasonably expected to occur
                                 based on recurrent prior experience of predation
                                 on the ranch unit or allotment. Full
                                 documentation of livestock depredation, including
                                 evidence that such losses were caused by wild
                                 canids, will be required before applications of the
                                 M-44 are undertaken.
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                          8.)     The M-44 device shall not be used in (1) national
                                 or state parks, (2) national or state monuments,
                                 (3) Federally designated wilderness areas, (4)
                                 wildlife refuge areas, (5) prairie dog towns, and
                                 (6) areas where exposure to the public and family
                                 pets is probable.

                          9.)     The M-44 shall not be used in areas where
                                 threatened or endangered species might be
                                 adversely affected.  Each applicator shall be
                                 issued a map, prepared by or with the
                                 consultation of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
                                 which clearly indicates such areas.

                          10.)    One person other than the individual applicator
                                 shall have knowledge of the exact placement
                                 location of all M-44 devices in the field.

                          11.)    In areas where more than one government
                                 agency is authorized to place M-44 devices, the
                                 agencies shall exchange placement information
                                 and other relevant facts to ensure the maximum
                                 number of M-44s allowed is not exceeded.

                          12.)    The M-44 devise shall not be placed within 200
                                 feet of any lake, stream, or other body of water.
                                 Natural depression areas that catch and hold
                                 rainfall only for short periods of time shall not be
                                 considered bodies of water for purposes of this
                                 restriction.

                          13.)    The M-44 device shall not be placed in  areas
                                 where food crops are planted.

                          14.)    M-44 devices shall be placed at least 50 feet or
                                 more from any public road or pathway as may be
                                 necessary to remove it from the sight of persons
                                 and domestic animals using any such public road
                                 or pathway.

                          15.)    The maximum density of M-44s placed  in any
                                 100-acre pastureland area shall not exceed 10,
                                 and the density in any one square mile of open
                                 range shall not exceed 12.
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                           16.)    No M-44 device may be placed within 30 feet of
                                  draw stations (livestock carcasses).  No more
                                  than four M-44 devices shall be placed per draw
                                  station; and no more than five stations shall be
                                  operated per square mile.

                           17.)    Supervisors of applicators shall check the
                                  records, warning signs, and M-44 devices of
                                  each applicator at least once a year to verify that
                                  all applicable restrictions, laws, and regulations
                                  are being strictly followed.

                           18.)    M-44 devices shall be inspected by the applicator
                                  at least once a week, weather permitting access,
                                  to check for interference or unusual conditions
                                  and shall be serviced as required.

                           19.)    Damaged or nonfunctional M-44 devices shall be
                                  removed from the field.

                           20.)    An M-44 device shall be removed from an area if,
                                  after 30 days, there is no sign that a target
                                  predator has visited the site.

                           21.)    All persons authorized to possess and use M-44
                                  capsules and devices shall store  said devices
                                  under lock and key.

                           22.)    Used sodium cyanide capsules shall be disposed
                                  of by deep burial or at a proper landfill site.

                           23.)    Bilingual warning signs in English and Spanish
                                  shall be used in all areas containing M-44
                                  devices. All such signs shall be removed when
                                  M-44 devices are removed.

                                  a.)  Main entrances or commonly used access
                                     points to areas in which M-44 devices are set
                                     shall be posted with warning signs to alert
                                     the public to the toxic nature of the cyanide
                                     and to the danger to pets. Signs shall be
                                     inspected weekly to ensure their continued
                                     presence and ensure that they are
                                     conspicuous and legible.

                                  b.) An elevated sign shall be placed within 6 feet
                                     of each individual M-44 device warning
                                     persons not to handle the  device.
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                          24.)   Each authorized or licensed applicator shall carry
                                 an antidote kit on his person when placing
                                 and /or inspecting M-44 devices.  The kit shall
                                 contain at least six pearls of amyl nitrate and
                                 instructions on their use.  Each authorized or
                                 licensed applicator shall also carry on his person
                                 instructions for obtaining medical assistance in
                                 the event of accidental exposure to sodium
                                 cyanide.

                          25.)   In all areas where the use of the M-44 device is
                                 anticipated, local hospitals, doctors, and clinics
                                 shall be notified of the intended use and informed
                                 of the antidotal and first-aid measures required
                                 for treatment of cyanide poisoning.  It is the
                                 responsibility of the supervisor to perform this
                                 function.

                          26.)   Each authorized M-44 applicator shall keep
                                 records dealing with the placement of the device
                                 and  results of each placement. Said records
                                 shall include, but need not be limited to:

                                 a.)   The number of devices placed.

                                 b.)   The location of each device placed.

                                 c.)   The date of each placement, as well as the
                                      date of each inspection.

                                 d.)   The number and location of devices that
                                      have been discharged and the apparent
                                      reason for each discharge.

                                 e.)   The species of animal taken.

                                 f.)   All accidents or injuries to humans or
                                      domestic animals.

Reference                PR Notice 72-2 March 9,1972.  10th Circuit Court's
                          Vacation of the Wyoming District Court's  Predicide
                          Injunction, December 2,1975. 40 FR 44726 September
                          29, 1975; 41 FR 21690 May 27, 1976; 42 FR 8406
                          February 10, 1977; 53 FR 9515 March 19,1988.
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SODIUM FLUORIDE
Action/Use Affected       Cancelled for home use, if the product contains more
                        than 40 percent of this compound.

Reference               PR Notice 70-14 June 1,1970.
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SODIUM MONOFLUOROACETATE (1080)
Criteria of Concern        Reduction in nontarget and endangered species

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products except those used for the
                          following:

                          a.)     Livestock collars for predicide use, provided label
                                 requirements established by EPA are followed.
                                 Exact label requirements can be obtained from
                                 the EPA Registration Division.

                          b.)     Control of certain rodents in California and
                                 Colorado, provided requirements established by
                                 EPA are followed. These uses are currently
                                 under review by the Registration Division of EPA.
                                 Exact requirements and restrictions can be
                                 obtained by contacting the  EPA Registration
                                 Division.

Reference                 PR Notice 72-2 March 9,1972. 10th Circuit Court's
                          Vacation of the Wyoming District Court's Predicide
                          Injunction, December 2,1975. 49 FR 4830 February 5,
                          1984; 50 FR 31012 July 31, 1985.
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STROBANE
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
Reference                41 FR 26607 June 28,1976.
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STRYCHNINE
Criteria of Concern        Reduction in nontarget and endangered species

Action/Use Affected       1.)     Cancellation and suspension of products used for
                                  mammalian predator control. Label should have
                                  instructions for predator use blocked out.
                                  Agency may consider registration of strychnine to
                                  control rabid skunks.

                           2.)     Cancellation of registrations and denial of future
                                  registrations for strychnine-containing products
                                  for the following uses:

                                  a.)  Control of deer mice, and chipmunks on
                                      rangeland, pasture, cropland, and
                                      nonagricultural sites; marmots/woodchucks
                                      on rangeland, cropland, and pasture; and
                                      cotton rats, kangaroo rats, mountain
                                      beavers, opossums, rabbits, and jackrabbits
                                      (except around airports) on nonagricultural
                                      sites.

                           3.)     Cancellation of registrations and denial of future
                                  applications  for registration for strychnine-
                                  containing products for control of the following
                                  rodents, unless certain specifications and label
                                  amendments are made:

                                  a.)  Ground  squirrels, prairie dogs, and meadow
                                      mice on rangeland, cropland, and
                                      nonagricultural sites.

                                  b.)  Cotton rats, kangaroo rats, and jackrabbits
                                      on rangeland, pastures, and cropland.

                                  c.)  Marmots/woodchucks on nonagricultural
                                      sites.

                                  d.)  Birds on croplands.

                                  e.)  Birds on nonagricultural sites.

                           The use of strychnine varies among states according to
                           the geographic location of certain endangered species
                           and the evidence of one or more black-footed ferrets in a
                           survey of land in which strychnine is to be applied.  Other
                           restrictions include placement of baits and disposal of
                           carcasses. Each state may designate an appropriate
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                          agency to conduct its strychnine program.  Consult with
                          the state or with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service prior to
                          use.

                          At this writing, the United States District Court for the
                          District of Minnesota has issued an order requiring the
                          temporary cancellation of all registrations of pesticides
                          containing strychnine for above-ground use. The
                          temporary cancellation does not affect registrations
                          limited to below-ground use.  If a registrant uses a
                          product that permits both above- and below-ground use,
                          a label permitting below-ground use only may be
                          requested from the EPA. This cancellation will remain in
                          effect until either the conditions established in the  court's
                          order are fulfilled or the order is overturned on appeal.

Reference                PR Notice 72-2 March 9, 1972. 10th Circuit Court's
                          Vacation of the Wyoming District Court's Predicide
                          Injunction, December 2,1975.  48  FR 48522 October 19,
                          1983; 51 FR 28623 August 8,  1986; 52 FR 6762 March 4,
                          1987; 53 FR 18952 May 25, 1988.
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2,4,5-T
                         See Silvex
Reference                PR Notice 70-22 September 28,1970; 44 FR 15917
                         March 15,1979; 44 FR 41536 July 17,1979; 48 FR
                         48434 October 18,1983. Ruling by an Administrative
                         Law Judge, January 2,1985.
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2,4,5-TCP AND ITS SALTS
Criteria of Concern        Oncogenicity
                          Fetotoxicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled, all products.
                                       Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of 2,4,5-TCP and its salts is prohibited in the U.S.
                          and must be disposed of in accordance with the
                          Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

Reference                 PR Notice 70-22 September 28,1970; PR Notice 70-13
                          May 1, 1970; 44 FR 15874 March 15, 1979; 44 FR 41531
                          July 17, 1979; 48 FR 48434 October 18,1983; 52 FR
                          15549 April 29, 1987.
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THALLIUM SULFATE
Criteria of Concern        Chronic and acute toxicity
                         Reduction in endangered and nontarget species
Action /Use Affected       Cancelled and suspended, all products.
Reference                PR Notice 72-3 March 9,1972.
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TOK	

Criteria of Concern        Other chronic effects
Action/Use Affected       Voluntary cancellation, all products.
Reference                 49 FR 2151 January 19,1984.
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TOXAPHENE
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicity
Population reduction in nontarget species
Acute toxicity to aquatic organisms
Chronic effects to wildlife

Cancelled, all products.
Reference
              Existing Stocks Provisions

1.)     The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of
       existing stocks of toxaphene products is
       prohibited in the U.S., except for the following
       uses:

       a.)  Cattle dip for scabies control.

       b.)  Pineapples in Puerto Rico.

       c.)  Bananas in the Virgin Islands.

       d.)  Emergency treatment of cotton, corn, and
           small grains.

2.)     All other stocks must be disposed of in
       accordance with the Resource Conservation and
       Recovery Act.

PR Notice 69-5 February 14, 1969; 47 FR 53784
November 29, 1982.
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TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT)
Criteria of Concern         Acute and chronic toxicity to nontarget organisms

Action /Use Affected        In order to avoid cancellation of their TBT paint products,
                            registrants must:

                            1.)     Comply with the Organotin Antifouling Paint
                                   Control Act (OAPCA) of 1988 average daily
                                   release rate limit of 4.0 ug organotin/cmVday.

                            2.)     Comply with OAPCA's  prohibition on the use of
                                   TBT antifouling paints on all  nonaluminum vessels
                                   under 82 feet (25 meters) in length (on deck).

                            3.)     Are classified as restricted-use pesticides,
                                   restricting their sale to  certified commercial
                                   applicators and their use to persons under the
                                   direct supervision of an on-site certified
                                   commercial applicator (except for products
                                   packaged in 16 ounce  or less spray-can
                                   containers that are labeled for use only on
                                   outboard motors, propellers, and other nonhull
                                   underwater aluminum components). This
                                   restricted-use classification of TBT begins March
                                   1, 1990.

                            4.)     Do not have labeling that requires compliance
                                   with applicable OSHA regulations and with  the
                                   following directions for  use:

                                       During and after paint removal and or
                                       application of new TBT paint, employ
                                       methods designed to prevent introduction of
                                       TBT paints into aquatic environments.

                                       Following removal of TBT paint and/or
                                       application of new TBT paint, all paint chips
                                       and spent abrasives, paint containers,
                                       unused paint, and any other waste products
                                       from paint removal or  application must be
                                       disposed of in a sanitary landfill.

                            5.)     Limit certain uses for some types of products, as
                                   specified herein.

                            The Agency is requiring that the  registrants develop and
                            submit a prototype training program for the use,
                            disposal, and removal of TBT paints and paint wastes
                            within 180 days from the date of application for
                            conditional registration.
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TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT)
                                       Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, and use of existing stocks of
                          cancelled tributyltin products is prohibited in the U.S.

Reference                 53 FR 39022 October 4, 1988; 50 FR 778 January 8,
                          1986; 52 FR 37510 October 7, 1987.
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TRIFLURALJN
Criteria of Concern         Oncogenicity
                            Mutagenicity

Action/Use Affected        In order to avoid cancellation of all trifluralin products,
                            registrants must amend the terms of registration as
                            follows:

                            1.)     Confidential Statement of Formula

                                   a.)  Registrants must amend the inert ingredients
                                        statement of formula for each technical
                                        registered product to read as follows:

                                            Total N-nitrosamine
                                            contamination: no greater than
                                            0.5 ppm.

                                   b.)  Registrations for formulated registered
                                        products must be amended to include the
                                        following statement in the confidential
                                        statement of formula:

                                            Total N-nitrosamine
                                            contamination: no greater than
                                            (number to be calculated as
                                            follows:  0.5 ppm total N-
                                            nitrosamine contamination
                                            allowed in technical trifluralin x
                                            X% technical trifluralin in the end-
                                            use product x 2 to allow for
                                            possible generation of
                                            nitrosamines during formulation).

                            2.)     Quality and Records

                                   Registrants of trifluralin pesticides products must
                                   maintain accurate records of their quality control
                                   efforts, which will be subject to EPA review and
                                   must inform EPA of the quality control
                                   procedures that they will adopt to ensure that the
                                   N-nitrosamine contamination limit listed in the
                                   confidential statement of formula will not be
                                   exceeded.

Reference                  47 FR 33777 August 4,1982.
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VINYL CHLORIDE
Criteria of Concern       Oncogenicity

Action/Use Affected       Cancelled and suspended, all pesticide products
                         containing this compound, whether as an active or inert
                         ingredient, for uses in the home, food-handling
                         establishments, hospitals, or in enclosed areas.

Reference                PR Notice 74-5 April 30,1974; 40 FR 3494 January 22,
                         1975.
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WOOD PRESERVATIVES
INORGANIC ARSENICALS, PENTACHLOROPHENOL, CREOSOTE
(WOOD USES ONLY)       		
Criteria of Concern       Oncogenicity
                       Mutagenicity
                       Teratogenicity

Action/Use Affected      In order to avoid cancellation, registrants must adhere to
                       the terms and conditions of the Federal Register notices
                       cited for creosote, pentachlorophenol, and inorganic
                       arsenicals - wood uses only.

Reference               49 FR 28666 July 13, 1984; 51 FR 1334 January 10,
                       1986.
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WOOD PRESERVATIVES
INORGANIC ARSENICALS, PENTACHLOROPHENOL, CREOSOTE
(NONWOOD USES ONLY)                      	
Criteria of Concern
Action/Use Affected
Oncogenicity
Mutagenicity
Teratogenicity
A.
Inorganic Arsenicals
                         All registered products, for nonwood use that contain the
                         inorganic arsenicals lead arsenate, calcium arsenate,
                         sodium arsenate, and sodium arsenite are cancelled and
                         applications denied, with the exception of the following:

                         1.)     Arsenic trioxide insecticide use (solid formulation
                                manufactured in a sealed metal container only)
                                for:

                                Domestic outdoor-domestic dwellings
                                Domestic indoor-domestic dwellings

                         2.)     Arsenic trioxide, mole, gopher, and pocket
                                gopher killer use (solid formulation only) for:

                                Domestic outdoor-domestic dwellings
                                Terrestial nonfood crops-golf courses
                                Ornamental plants, lawns, and noncrop areas

                         The following uses have been voluntarily cancelled:

                         1.)     Lead arsenate. Plant growth regulator use on
                                grapefruit.

                         2.)     Calcium arsenate.  Turf fungicide use.

                         The sodium arsenite fungicide use on grapes and the
                         desiccant uses of arsenic acid on okra (grown for seed)
                         and cotton are still under special review by the Agency.
                         After reviewing data, a final decision will be made
                         regarding these uses.
                                       Existing Stocks Provisions

                          1.)    Existing stocks of lead arsenate for plant growth
                                regulator use on grapefruit may continue to be
                                sold, distributed, shipped, and used until all
                                remaining stocks are exhausted.
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INORGANIC ARSENICALS, PENTACHLOROPHENOL, CREOSOTE
(NONWOOD USES ONLY)	
                         2.)     Existing stocks of calcium arsenate for turf
                                fungicide use may continue to be sold,
                                distributed, shipped, and used until all remaining
                                stocks are exhausted.

                         3.)     The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of all
                                other cancelled inorganic arsenical products is
                                prohibited after August 1,1988.
                         B.     Pentachlorophenol

                         Cancelled, all products for pentachlorophenol products
                         used in paper mills in the wet end of the paper making
                         process.  These uses were previously included among
                         the retained registrations.

                         Cancelled, any of the retained registrations for
                         pentachlorophenol uses in cooling towers, pulp paper
                         mills, and oil wells unless the registrations are amended
                         to comply with the following terms and conditions:

                         1.)    HxCDD Contaminant Limitations

                                After February 2, 1989, each batch of
                                pentachlorophenol manufacturing-use product or
                                portion thereof released for shipment will contain
                                no more than 4 parts per million (ppm) HxCDD,
                                and the average of all batches released in any
                                calendar month will not exceed 2 ppm HxCDD.
                                This reduction in content must be achieved
                                without increasing the amount of HCB beyond 75
                                ppm.  The manufacturing-use pentachlorophenol
                                products will not contain any 2,3,7,8-TCDD higher
                                than  1 part per billion (ppb).

                         2.)    End-Use Products

                                Registrants must include labeling provisions on all
                                end-use products to require use of either single,
                                treatment-sized water-soluble bags or closed-
                                system metering devices.
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WOOD PRESERVATIVES
INORGANIC ARSENICALS, PENTACHLOROPHENOL, CREOSOTE
(NONWOOD USES ONLY)
                          3.)    Cautionary Statements

                                These labels must include the following
                                cautionary statement:

                                    The U.S. EPA has determined that
                                    pentachlorophenol can produce defects in
                                    the offspring of laboratory animals. Exposure
                                    to pentachlorophenol during pregnancy
                                    should be avoided.

                                The Agency is continuing its review of the
                                retained nonwood uses (cooling water, paper mill,
                                and oil well operations) of pentachlorophenol.
                                After receiving and reviewing data, a final decision
                                will be made.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of cancelled pentachlorophenol products was
                          prohibited in the U.S. after February 24, 1989.
                          C.     Creosote

                          All nonwood creosote and coal tar products have been
                          cancelled, excluding those products for use on gypsy
                          moth egg masses.
                                        Existing Stocks Provisions

                          The sale, distribution, shipment, and use of existing
                          stocks of cancelled creosote products are prohibited in
                          the U.S. Disposal of creosote products must be in
                          accordance with the Resource Conservation and
                          Recovery Act.

Reference                50 FR 41943 October 16, 1985; 53 FR 5524 February 24,
                          1988; 53 FR 24787 June 30, 1988.
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